We all know that fashion is circling. Trends and styles that were once considered modern belong to the past, only to be reborn and reused decades later. And this circle seems to turn faster than ever before. Less than 20 years ago, fashion that was considered cool in the 1990s is cool once again. Whether it’s on the catwalks, the streetstyle or on the stores, the ’90s trends are everywhere.

Fashion in the 90s

Fashion in 1990s created a youthful movement and offered endless forms. Grunge and minimalism were the main trends of the decade, with hip-hop and sexy schoolgirl models also dominating. Designers such as Marc Jacobs and Alexander McQueen lead the grunge and were inspired by the paved streets. A new generation of supermodels was created with Kate Moss being an obvious symbol of the era. Music and fashion influenced each other and the fans replicate the unique styles of their idols.

1. Flare Jeans

Long before skinny jeans become go-to denim, flare jeans reigned. Thanks to a preference for loose silhouettes, these pants were particularly favored during the 1990s.


Bershka High waist flared jeans


H&M Mini Flare High Jeans


Stradivarius Flared jeans


Zara Premium Skinny Flare Jeans


2. Chokers

When it comes to accessories in the 90s, chokers were the main choice. These tight collars around the neck added a strong element to the clothes. Many were made of elastic plastic and were designed to look like a tattoo. In 2017, chokers actually came back to fashion and they can give you a range of outfits with a chic 90s touch.



3. Hoop Earrings

Chokers were not the only type of jewelry that reached the top of popularity in the 1990s. Hoop earrings also had an important moment during the decade. The only rule while wearing some of this sassy jewelry was to make them as big as possible.


Stradivarius Set of 4 pairs of large hoop earrings


H&M 2 pairs of earrings

4. Crop Tops

To wear an outfit of the ’90s in 2017, a crop top is a must-have. These jerseys were a basic piece of fashion for the ladies in the 90s and are once again a trend. Today, you can relive a better version of the decade by combining a crop top with a pair of mom jeans. This sleek combination is one of the favorite outfits of celebrities. To make a more fashionable look, just replace a cotton crop top with a cropped sweater or a shirt or a hoodie.


Pull&Bear Sadie Sink slogan hoodie


Stradivarius Printed T-shirt

5. Overalls

If you lived in the 90s, chances are that you wore overalls. These sleeveless denim jeans have been a key element of fashion for the decade and are also worn by ladies and men everywhere.


Bershka Long denim dungarees


Stradivarius Short denim dungarees

6. Scrunchies

The hair of the 90s brought accessories and, of course, the scrunchies. Scrunchies were one of the most beloved pieces of the decade and they completed the look. From simple satin to shiny plush designs, scrunchies were available in a range of choices and could be worn with a ponytail or a bun.


Pull&Bear Pack of 2 scrunchies

7. Shoes of the 90s

Like clothes, 90’s shoes fell into the same trend categories. The grunge movement created an army of men and women, wearing heavy-duty fighting boots. They were durable and combined with everything from dresses and florals to jerseys and worn jeans. The minimalist trend also had its basic shoe on the Birkenstocks path. Simple and comfortable, Birkenstocks came in a variety of styles and colors, but still had this uniform feel. The platforms were spread from pop music, especially by Spice Girls.


H&M Trainers


Pull&Bear Fabric heeled ankle boots