It's impossible to conjure an image of the '90s without picturing the cast of Friends (and, in particular, Jennifer Aniston's now-famous Rachel haircut). In 1995, co-stars Aniston and Matthew Perry walked the 47th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards red carpet in ensembles that defined the decade: Aniston opted for a strapless, floor-length gown, complete with a pair of silky gloves, while Perry paired a classically '90s vest with an ill-fitting suit.

Tweed is synonymous with Chanel in fashion, but also with the fall/ winter 2019-2020 fashion trends, since we saw this cozy autumnal material not only on the Chanel runway aplenty, but also in the fall collections of other major names. Tweed appeared in any way in the recent fashion lineups, from the outerwear to classic office-ready skirt suits to pants to romantic dresses.


Galaxy blue denim was big at Chloé, with a sleeveless denim top worn over denim jeans being a particularly cool look. There were a few denim-on-denim looks at Christian Dior with a particularly chic vibe. One of the other season’s trends, pleated skirts, was combined with dark blue denim and then paired with a denim blouse, creating a romantic denim-on-denim look.
Wow! The very sound of it makes me nostalgic. From the flower printed ones to the front slit, buttoned, A-line, distressed, midi and polka dots, we were spoilt for choice. One good thing with denim skirts was the fact that it would suit anyone irrespective of the age, personality or body type. I can’t remember what went wrong back then, but they were taken away just like that. But, we are just so thankful that these are coming back slowly but surely. So, if you’ve seen a denim skirt and are in two minds, just go for it already!
The affinity designers have for displaying the female form continues well into the fall/ winter 2019 fashion trends, with all manner of see-through fabrics used for shirts and dresses. This year the creations were often worn under a coat or a blazer (it’s cold in autumn and winter, after all), but were just as provocative as they had been in previous years.

Board shorts, of course, were typically worn by surfers. But that didn't stop young people in the '90s from wearing Roxy, Billabong, or O'Neill shorts when they were nowhere near the ocean. The guys' version was super long and the girls' was extra short. But they were pretty practical—instead of buttons and zippers, the fly was typically made of velcro.

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We'll spare you the groundbreaking florals this season and instead, look to '60s and '70s wallpaper for your print fix. Retro prints ruled the runways—bringing both major color and pattern to all the top collections. Serving up mod home decor realness, vintage wallpaper (and couch) prints were channeled in the form of suiting at Prada and Marc Jacobs. Christopher Kane opted for a more psychedelic wallpaper print in the form of spring dresses, while Etro and Alberta Ferretti delivered a more bohemian-print option.
Pleats are something that will always come and go, with the fall/ winter 2019-2020 fashion trends marking their return in the form of skirts – much more sensible than last season’s pleated blouses, we must say. You don’t have to buy a new designer garment, you’ve probably already had a pleated skirt sitting in the back of the closet ready to be Konmari’d. Now, you don’t have to give it away – this coming autumn it will spark joy yet again!
Ripped pants, band Ts, layers upon layers of textured denim and plaid, and intimidating Doc Martens were all elements in what lead to a perfect 2019 take on Nineties grunge at R13. At Paco Rabanne, the Nineties inspiration, which was admittedly combined with ‘70s elements, showed through in copious camisole dresses, often layered over T-shirts or long-sleeved shirts à la Kate Moss, or leopard print coats, also à la ‘90s Kate Moss.
Pleats are something that will always come and go, with the fall/ winter 2019-2020 fashion trends marking their return in the form of skirts – much more sensible than last season’s pleated blouses, we must say. You don’t have to buy a new designer garment, you’ve probably already had a pleated skirt sitting in the back of the closet ready to be Konmari’d. Now, you don’t have to give it away – this coming autumn it will spark joy yet again!

Patchwork is no longer just a craft that your grandma enjoys. It’s also one of fashion’s latest trends. Spotted on the streets outside fashion shows from Paris to New York, patchwork appeared on dresses, jumpsuits, pants and more. As colourful as it is creative, the look sews together contrasting pieces of fabric to achieve an eclectic and eye-catching design. To rock the look yourself, allow your patchwork piece to be the focus of your outfit by teaming it with simple, block-coloured garments and accessories.
An elegant silhouette is hard to resist, and no silhouette is as elegant for evening wear as one that lengthens the body. Dresses that seemed to drape over models, flowing gently all the way to the floor and giving a slinky yet sophisticated vibe were some of our favorite fall/ winter 2019-2020 fashion trends – dresses that we hope to see on the red carpet soon.
The eye candy isn't a bad distraction either!! Both sides have loads of eye candy in all different flavors. Enjoy, Relax, and keep on this good course into 2020!!! Far to many people resort to popping pills either from a doctor or on the streets!P.S. - We've been addicted to Yellowstone lately. A great distraction from the banter of everyday 'business as usual' and the annoying tweet storms that seem to plague the US.

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