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90s Fashion Trends

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Hello guys, we're still reminiscing and we're going back to the 80s and the 90s! This time, we're visiting the fashion trends that rocked the 90s. If you check that box of clothes your mother has kept somewhere-- never to be worn again-- you'll probably find most of them there. Good thing about these outfits is some of them are making a huge comeback so you can still wear them and look great (well, some of them)   1. Overalls  [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="310"] Source: clearchannel.com[/caption] Overalls were the rave in those days, even children had it (maybe you didn't, I did). Usually, they are worn with a T-shirt inside and they're mainly denim. They looked fashionable back then, I don't know what happened. Oh, and bonus points if you wore them with one strap undone.    2. Denim    [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="320"] Source: styletastic.wordpress.com[/caption] Denim was so fashionable, that they had jackets to go alongside the trousers. Back then, daddies and mummies felt  fashionable leaving the house in this. Now? I think they're used strictly for cold days. You can hardly find someone wearing a denim jacket and a denim trouser today considering the weather. Stick with chambray, people.    3. Shoulder pads   [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="203"] Source: popeighties.com[/caption] These things screamed money and power back in the 80s. It implied having massive shoulders, and since shoulder implants weren't the norm, people opted to pad their clothing.   4. Mini skirts [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="400"] Source: prettily.net[/caption] "The tighter and shorter the skirt, the better and more fishes you catch".  Ladies rocked this one to the end.    5. Parachute pants/baggy pants [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="504"] Source: dailyedge.ie[/caption] These baggy pants spilled over from the late 80s and into the early 90s. Break-dancers were the only ones who seemed to take them seriously. They look very fashionable to me however.    6. Hypercolor   [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="480"] Source: Pinterest.com[/caption] This one, moved over to the early 2000s before it was swept away. The appeal was simple: clothing that changed colors depending on temperature.   7. Non-blue jeans   [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="513"] Source: wanelo.com[/caption] I'm guessing it was an experiment (a failed one if you ask me) to try out coloured/non-blue jeans.   8. Ripped jeans [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="258"] Source: thegreat90s.com[/caption] This, unfortunately,  is still in vogue today. I can't understand how humans are comfortable walking around in jeans looking like they were attacked by rabid wolverines.   9. Backwards cap   [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="438"] Source: ghettogenius.com[/caption] This was very popular amongst the men folk, with women following afterwards.    10. The Flannel shirt   [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="575"] Source: sayilovemary.blogspot.com[/caption] Any shirt with a plaid or tartan pattern was reffered to as 'flannel shirt' back then and it dominated the early 90s fashion for men. Even the ladies got to wearing it also.   Other not so popular trends from the 90s include:  
  • Cropped cardigans.
  • Pantsuits.
  • Jelly shoes.
  • Bandanas.
  • Baby Gs
  • Slap bracelets.
  • Butterfly clips
  • Bucket hats.
  By Franklin Ugo

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