Didn’t you hear? The ’90s are back! From multicolored scrunchies to plastic chokers, trends from almost 30 years ago are making a huge comeback. Check out our list of ’90s trends we are still waiting on to make it to this decade.
Skinny jeans are a thing of the past! Bellbottoms are a much comfier alternative. This 90s trend is for the brave ones who are ready to let go of their ripped skinny jeans and try something new.
Pair your bellbottoms with a cute crop top and sneakers for a casual fit. Add some heels and a cropped blouse for a more dressed up look.
2. Platform Shoes
Unleash your inner Spice Girl! Platform shoes are sure to elevate even the most casual of looks. Pair them with a cute summer dress or cut off jeans and you are good to go! This is a comfy alternative to high heels that are still sure to make a statement.
Remember: the higher the better.
3. Leather Jackets
Faux leather jackets can really never go out of style. Invest in a really good one and it will be with you for life. Faux leather jackets will add a little edge to any outfit.
Go all black or wear it over a cute sundress. Want to dress down? Layer it over a simple t-shirt and jeans and your outfit will look all the more thought out. The possibilities are endless!
4. Statement Bottoms
Neutral tones have taken over and that needs to stop ASAP. We are all for adding pops of bright colors to your outfits.
We can leave the neon in the 90s but try swapping your plain black or brown bottoms with bright red, blue, or even orange. Add some accessories to match and you have your new night out outfit!
5. High Pony Tails
The ’90s gave us iconic hairstyles, but nothing says ’90s baby like a high ponytail paired with a scrunchie. Messy buns are out and this casual high half-up hairdo is a cute and simple alternative.
The scrunchie makes for a cute accessory, and you can match it with whatever outfit you’re wearing.
6. Chunky Belts
This 90s trend is a must! Spice up any outfit with a cute belt.
Look for belts with patterns or an interesting buckle to add interest to your look. Accentuate your waist with a chunky belt over a simple dress or tuck your shirt into your jeans to show off the buckle.
7. Acid Wash Denim
The trend may have originated way before the 90s, but the trend carried over. Acid wash jackets and mini skirts are a much better modern-day alternative to the vests and jeans seen in the 90s.
Match your acid wash mini with a chunky belt and faux leather jacket for the ultimate 90s look. Of all the 90s trends acid wash denim is the most versatile. Mix and match different patterns to find the look that suits you best!
Whoever said overalls aren’t cute obviously didn’t know how to style them. Overalls are a more daring alternative to rompers or jumpsuits but you can still dress them up or down.
Feeling lazy? Wear a plain white t-shirt underneath with a pair of your favorite sneakers. Want a more dressy look? Throw on a pair of strappy heels and a sheer blouse.
These 90s trends are just a few of the iconic looks we hope to see make a revival soon. (This obviously doesn’t include candy necklaces and flavored lip smackers.)