’90s hairstyles were anything but boring. Youthful and playful, hair in the ’90s gave birth to several iconic styles. “The Rachel” was the most popular haircut of the decade with women everywhere taking photos of Jennifer Aniston’s Friends character to their salons. Choppy layered and framing the face, “The Rachel” epitomizes ’90s hair. For those who didn’t do the chop in the ’90s, up-dos were standard.  The half-up-half-down look was modern and simplistic while the schoolgirl look gave us pigtails which morphed into two mini buns. Adding more fun to ’90s hairstyles were an array of hair accessories. Scrunchies, butterfly clips, bandanas, and colored hair streaks were all worn with pride. And how could we ever forget about crimping?
Sterling Archer can rejoice, the tactical turtleneck is back along with other ‘70s-inspired fall/ winter 2019-2020 fashion trends. Your personal inspiration might be Michel Foucault, Greta Garbo, Steve Jobs or Audrey Hepburn, or you might like a turtleneck because it’s another item that’ll keep your neck warm in the coming autumn and winter. They can be worn in many different ways, as designers and stylists showed us on the runways.

Early 90s Fashion Trends For Men


While lace-up gladiators are key in the sandal game next spring, the most surprising footwear trend to come out of the SS20 shows was the boot. In what can be seen perhaps as a signal of the loosening of seasonality, numerous designers chose to accessorise their spring collections with what was previously winter-appropriate footwear. Christopher Kane did it with the cowboy, Saint Laurent made it slouchy, while Prada and Pyer Moss championed the leather knee-high and Molly Goddard and Loewe gave boots a summertime spin with an injection of bright colour.

Fashion Trend Forecast 2020 Vogue


Designers are digging in their luxury heels when it comes to the almighty dot—simply put, the trend shows no sign of slowing. The innovative duo that is Dries Van Noten and Christian Lacroix found a place for the polka dot on a maxi skirt-and-simple tank pairing, topped off with a head feather, while Balmain embraced volume for the enchanting print, and Wes Gordon at Carolina Herrera went fitted, '90s, and sheer for one of his takes on dots.

Fashion Trends Fall Winter 2019/20


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Men's Fashion Trends 2018 Summer


At Gucci, the flap on a long gray trench worked to sharpen the shoulders, contributing to another one of the fall 2019 fashion trends, and also added a unique element, since the flaps at the front had a sharp triangular shape. Agnona presented a Matrix-y leather trench that had two extra-long flaps at the front, giving the whole look a priestly feel paired as they were with a Roman collar.

Break out your steamer, because satin is back in a big way. Versace brought back their '90s satin dresses, updating them in neon hues with contrasting lace edges. Christopher Kane, Off-White and Brandon Maxwell also got on the satin trend with bright evening wear that is more than your average slip. The silky look makes sense for formal events, but make it work for an average day at the office with a button-down shirt.
Leopard wasn’t the only popular print for the Spring/Summer ’19 show season. Tartan also appeared on the streets of New York, London, Paris and Milan. Of course, in true fashion week style, the traditional print wasn’t worn subtly. It was donned all over in eye-catching colours by the fashion pack. Want to try the look for yourself? Pick up a tartan suit, jacket or pair of pants that features the classic pattern in unique and bold colours, such as red, blue, green and yellow.
Let’s face it, In the 90s we did not have a sense of style, let alone being fashionistas. Our clothes were always our mother’s choice, and we would wear whatever she felt was cool and fashionable. It was all good, except they were not fashionable according to me. But, when you look at your throwback pictures and skim through the latest fashion diaries, you start to see a resemblance. Don’t you? It was not that bad after all. Sorry, mom! Once a memory, always a memory.

Fashion Trends 1995


The resurgence of '90s fashion has resulted in a truly mixed bag of emotions. While the '90s can be credited with providing us with now-favorable slip dresses and kitten heels, there's also a raft of trends we'd like to keep in the past. After reaching out to the rest of the Who What Wear team, we reminisced about all the pieces we used to be so proud to own but can't imagine ever wearing again (we think), as well as the celebrity looks we'd happily revisit time and again.
While lace-up gladiators are key in the sandal game next spring, the most surprising footwear trend to come out of the SS20 shows was the boot. In what can be seen perhaps as a signal of the loosening of seasonality, numerous designers chose to accessorise their spring collections with what was previously winter-appropriate footwear. Christopher Kane did it with the cowboy, Saint Laurent made it slouchy, while Prada and Pyer Moss championed the leather knee-high and Molly Goddard and Loewe gave boots a summertime spin with an injection of bright colour.

Fashion Trend Forecast 2020 Vogue


Today’s kids do not relate to this or might not even agree that Britney Spears is an icon who has been a fashion influence. Remember her white eye makeup, the hats, pigtails, sheer crop tops, tube tops, bell bottoms, low cut jeans and the list is endless. So if you are looking for ideas from the 90s, just replicate one of her looks. Thanks for everything Britney!

Even the "'80s lady" you'll get to know ahead is up to your own interpretation. You can easily pick up some bold polka-dot prints, or you can go all out and give a voluminous '80s prom dress a go, with its bubble hem and gathering of fabric at the waist. Alternatively, tap into your athleisure-chic side with drawstring details, and find out what brilliant colors are going to make a splash in your wardrobe. Scroll through for a complete breakdown, or jump ahead to the trend you want to explore right off the bat.
Every year Pinterest compiles a handy list of emerging search terms that it predicts will be the major trends over the following 12 months. The company released its Pinterest 100 report last December, forecasting what people on the internet (and on its platform) will likely be engaging with in 2019, based on its users' search data and behavior. It covers everything from travel and food to home decor and, yes, beauty and fashion. On the apparel and accessories fronts, it predicted that trends like statement sneakers, bike shorts, and snake prints would rule—something that, as we near the end of 2019, has been confirmed by Fashion Week, street style, and celebrity outfits. Ahead, we break down Pinterest's top 10 fashion trends for 2019, and all the ways you can shop ’em before 2020.
Just when you think all of the possible forgotten looks from the 1990s have remained hidden, along comes another one. How much do you want a really ridiculously small bag right now? And how much better would it be if it had tiny handles and was rendered in silk-satin (see Kate Beckinsale below)? Or what about those '90s Kate Moss images you come back to time and again for inspiration on what to wear on a night out? We've recently rediscovered a love for old-school SJP and combat trousers, too. The revivals are coming in thick and fast, people. Thick and fast.

Awful 2000s Fashion Trends