90s-outfits

90s-outfits

The 90's Fashion

I’ve never considered myself stylistically-stuck in any one particular decade. For me, style is always an evolution. That being said, as a certified “nineties kid,” from time to time I find myself nostalgically revisiting the many nineties fashion fads—probably because they happened to coincided with my formidable teenage years, which coincidentally coincided with a lot of fashion experimentation along the lines of flannel shirts, mom jeans, and slip dresses. What do the ’90s translate into now circa 2018? Understandably anything Alexander Wang and Azzedine Alaia women! For a more piece-by-piece ensemble assembling, especially inspired by the decades most notable fashion icons—from the supers (Christy Turlington, Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista) to indie’s heartthrobs (Winona Ryder, Drew Barrymore, Chloe Sevigny), and then, of course, the coordinated red carpet power couples (Gwyneth Paltrow and Brad Pitt, Kate Moss and Johnny Depp, Courtney Love and Kurt Cobain)—look to standout styles like Juan Carlos Abando’s open-back lurex cowl halter top, raver nation-inspired broken chain earrings by Annelise Michelson, and mock neck turtle neck top by Vetements. In this day-and-age, where we’ve all seem to have adopted an appetite for high-speed newness, it’s not such a bad idea to pay homage to a deca de of great fashion. Be it grunge or school girl prep, the key to mastering the decade’s quintessential style moments is: go logo-mania or go home, baggier is better, always, and you can’t go wrong with Calvin Klein 205W39NYC.

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