Goodbye with the new, and hello to the old

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   Women’s fashion–    Fashion is always out with the old, and in with the new however, 2020 has decided that the main fashion trends consist of comebacks from the 90’s. Women in the 90’s had elaborate styles that consisted of oval sunglasses, baggy boyfriend fit jeans, small chic tops, dainty silk dresses, dark jackets, and mini skirts with plaid color. As famous Italian fashion designer, Donatella Versace once said, “The early 90s were an especially marvelous period of fashion, because it was the peak of glamour and there were no limits as to what you could do.”  One of the Fashion icons of the 90’s was the emblematic Jenifer Aniston. She  inspired the majority of teenage girls in 2020 to dress how she once did. Aniston wore cardigan sweaters, high waisted light wash/dark wash jeans, block-framed sunglasses, and a plethora of  mini skirts. The 90’s was the time of expressive creativity through fashion that should never go out of style. 

   Men’s Fashion–    90’s fashion for men was pure streetwear. Streetwear had come from New York Hip-hop style, then shifted to California surfskate culture. From Erik Brunetti, streetwear/lifestyle designer, “In the early ’90s, we were all rooted in some sort of subculture. For example, skateboarding or graffiti or punk rock. Versus brands today, they’re not really rooted in any sort of subculture. They just sort of appeared out of nowhere.” After surfing the web for current fashion trends for men, there are few men who possess authentic style; however, men’s fashion thirty years ago had purpose and personality. Men had outfits that consisted of baggy basketball shorts/ jeans, oversized graphic T-Shirts,bucket hats, as well as chains and shoes such as Adidas Oregon Ultra Tech (released in 1991). Fashion has always been eccentric throughout the world, and the 90’s has proved to be one of the most prominent and influential periods of fashion. 

 

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