We’re taking you on a trip down memory lane.
Taking it back to the era of boy bands, the Spice Girls, dungarees, mini skirts and platform shoes.
The ’90s are making a major comeback on the streets and catwalks – you’ll be wishing you didn’t misplace those old butterfly clips and chokers!
The best thing about ’90s footwear was the chunky platforms that were easy to walk in and didn’t hurt our feet. Plus, they made all of us at least three inches taller which is always a bonus. These shoes from Rocket Dog are chic and look good with everything.
When it comes to ’90s footwear, the sky is the limit! Unleash your inner Spice Girl with some chunky platform shoes this season. We’re loving the Vans Slip-on Checkerboards, Or you can add a little shine to your step with the Converse CT AS Lift Ox Trainers in Silver. Did we mention these are our favourites?
Jellies were the best! They’re bright, they go with everything, and they make your feet look great. These would look extra cute with jean shorts, a simple tank dress, or pleated skirt. If you rocked up to the school disco in a pair of these bad boys everyone knew you were ready to party.
A crop top is a must-have. These tops were an essential fashion item for every girl the ’90s and are on-trend to this day. You can pair a crop top with a pair of mom jeans. This combination is a favourite of celebrities.
When it came to accessories in the ’90s, chokers were the in thing. These necklaces sat tightly around the neck and added an edgy element to outfits. While many were made of stretchy plastic and designed to resemble a tattoo, others boasted a fabric construction and featured charms and jewels. Even today, chokers are well and truly back in fashion.
Chokers weren’t the only item of jewellery in the ’90s. Hoop earrings were a must have, these ring-shaped earrings added attitude to every outfit. The only rule while wearing this item was to make them as big as possible. After all, what’s the point in wearing jewellery, if it doesn’t make a statement?
Scrunchies were a favourite fashion item of the decade and completed every outfit. From simple satin styles to glamorous velvet designs, scrunchies were available in a range of options and could be worn with a ponytail, bun or pigtails.
Hairstyles were definitely not boring in the 90’s. “The Rachel” was the most popular haircut of the decade with girls everywhere taking photos of Jennifer Aniston’s the Friends character to their hairdressers.
For those who weren’t brave enough for the chop in the ’90s stuck with the standard hair do’s. The half-up-half-down look was modern and simplistic. while the pigtails and two mini buns added more fun to ’90s hairstyles. And how could we ever forget about crimping?