Not just the calamities, or the way people adapt to things, but the fashion trends too. Forget the short dresses, pink bellies or even ombre hair, trends like berry lips, and bell bottom jeans can be spotted on the red carpet.
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This British-made boot has been making a drastic comeback as of late. Although this boot never truly left the market, sticking around in certain fashion genres, the chunky style has started regaining popularity across all aspects of the fashion world. Paired with everything from dresses to jeans, this boot is the epitome of 90s fashion.
Made popular by movies such as Buffy the Vampire Slayer, the leather jacket was a fashion staple in the 1990s. Despite still being housed in many closets, this sleek outwear seemed to disappear in the early to mid-2000s but has been pushing its way back out over the last several seasons.
Grunge is back in full force, and the plaid shirt is leading the revolution. In the 90s, the plaid shirt could be found in almost every music video, mall, or high school lobby. Loose-fitted and often wrinkled, the plaid shirt can once again be found in just about every store across the U.S.
This dress made waves back in the 90s with its sexy appearance and ultra-revealing material. While this minxy little dress faded away with the end of the 1990s, it has been resurfacing in fashion magazines, appearing on red carpets, and showing up at local high school proms once again.
Checkered, plaid, floral... You name it, and it's back. The patterned trousers have been making headway in the fashion world once again. Made famous in the 90s by celebs like Jennifer Anniston and Gwen Stefani, these pants are just as fun to wear as they are to look at.
The world is loving the reemergence of the off-the-shoulder tops. Or at least, that's how it would appear. These shirts, which were all the rage in the mid to late 90s, can be worn with both shoulders down or just one side. No matter how you choose to wear them, they are cute, cute, cute!
It's back, folks! The skater dress is as comfortable as it is cute, so it's no surprise that this dress is back in stores. Mostly found in floral prints during its 1990's appearance, the skater dress has been showing up in much cuter patterns and solid colors this go-around.