’90s Fashion Trends That Are Coming Back 2020

It’s time for some throwback and we don’t care if it is Thursday or not. The 90s was undoubtedly one of the most fashionable decades of all time. But, as they say, fashion tends to repeat itself. In keeping with the same, some of the most iconic 90s fashion trends have made a huge comeback in the last few years. So here, we are going to tell you some of the old-school fashion trends that are getting readmission in the new fashion school.

1. Oversized Patchy Denim Jacket

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Denim tends to never get out of trend. According to vivamanchester.co.uk, denim has become a new smart dress code at work, as well as other, casual places, but, here, we are talking about jackets. The patchy, oversized denim jackets are back in town and we have seen several singers and celebrities wearing these 90s jackets in music videos or casual outwear.

Patches on denim jackets and denim pants were a cool thing, especially since it was believed to be a famous way of expressing a person’s personality. But, with the beginning of the new century, this trend seemed to be lost in the cloud, however, this trend is now coming back.

2. High Waist Pants

The 90s were literally the era of high-waist lovers and new fashion gurus make sure that the new decade also becomes an era for high-waist pants. The contemporary high-waist jeans have had some major modifications over the years. Add-ons with several buttons in the place of the zipper, these jeans are perfect for wearing anytime and anywhere.

3. Bum Bags

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Bum bags are also back in trend. Bollywood divas such as Deepika Padukone, Jacqueline Fernandez or international fashion icon Kendall Jenner have been seen stepping down with their new, upgraded, and stylish bum bags and they are absolutely slaying this specific style. With the latest upgrade, this 90s fashion really looks appealing on the waist.

4. Chain Belts

If you are a millennial then you might remember the days when we used to wear chain belts on a casual dress day at school or at someone’s party – and they are even cooler with the denim jeans. Of course, not all people are fans of this accessory trend, but, they were a huge hit in the 90s and they are probably going to be a hit trend in 2020 as well. Chain belts can easily be combined with ripped jeans, one-piece (LBD), or even the latest pinstripes pants.

5. Velvet

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Just like denim, velvet is definitely not going anywhere anytime soon. Do you remember the time when everything was velvet – from blouses to skirts, and even jeans! Well, the 90s fabric trend is now back and people seem to really love it. Some major Hollywood celebrities have been spotted wearing velvet dresses and blazers, and needless to say, they rocked the style flawlessly.

6. Chunky Trainers

Back in that era, chunky trainers were used to be called “ugly” or “dad” trainers. Some people really enjoyed wearing them, some thought they weren’t cool in the 90s but this footwear trend is now back. Colorful chunky trainers are being offered by all the big footwear brands and celebrities such as Kendal Jenner and Bella Hadid have been seen killing this retro style.

7. Scrunchies

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Scrunchies are some of the 90s accessories that haven’t gone out of trend completely. If you remember, in the 90s, kids with hair accessories were considered cool in school and it has become a new trend these days. Recently, we have seen Lara Jean’s – the lead character from Netflix’s “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” – love for scrunchies, and now, Balenciaga has launched this accessory with a modern twist for sale.

8. Round Glasses

These glasses were once considered nerdy and funny, however, nowadays, they are making a drastic comeback. Firstly, people were excited to see them in the sunglasses category, but, now, people also opt for this shape for prescription glasses as well. There is nothing that will get you in the ‘90s mood than a good pair of rounded glasses.

9. Combat Boots

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There was once a period where women and men chose to dress similarly, especially during the entire grunge movement. And, that is exactly how the heavy-duty combat boots trends started in the first place. These boots can be worn with almost anything, including slip dresses, jeans, and shorter skirts. And, you will definitely look fashionable and funky, while at the same time being extremely comfortable.

10. Big And Comfortable T-Shirts

The last ten years meant that wearing anything loose was a sin – especially since a lot of people consider themselves to be fashionable if they wear clothing items that are tight. However, nowadays, that is not the case anymore. Loose shirt, especially the ones you took from your boyfriend are both comfortable and stylish. And, let’s be honest, everyone loves wearing these comfy t-shirts all the time.

11. Crop Tops

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You might have heard that fashion changes, but styles endure – and although we are happy that some trends are forgotten, others have reappeared into the fashion world. Crop tops are back, and we can rest assured that they will not go anywhere, especially since they can be paired with everything from jeans to super-long skirts, pairing a crop top will be quite easy.

12. Matching Sets

What was once considered sleek is now considered elegant. Matching sets are back and there is a lot of them to choose from, you can match a skirt with a crop top or shirt, jacket and trousers, and so on. Another interesting thing about these sets is that they can be both formal and informal, meaning that you can wear them for various occasions.

Conclusion

As you can see, there is a wide range of ‘90s fashion trends that are slowly, but surely, becoming more and more popular all over the world. One of the best things about the items mentioned in the list above is that they can be paired with almost all other trends happening today.

So, now that you have learned what trends you might want to follow during this year, you should really not waste any more time and start browsing through both online and brick-and-mortar businesses in order to find these ‘90s items that will take you back to your childhood.

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