After all of this, if you still do not know where to begin, raid your mother’s closet, visit a thrift store or go to the flea market (you can also save big). Ebay, maybe? Because the 90s fashion is slowly erupting, one style at a time and before you know, it’s everywhere. As for me, I always love loose boyfriend shirts, the dungarees, plaid shirt, etc. and these are all oh-so-comfortable. So, I’m one happy soul. What is your favorite style from the 90s? What is that one style that you think deserves a comeback? And, what style defines you the most? Let us know. Lastly, I hope you enjoyed this trip down the memory lane. I sure did!
From Maryam Nassir Zadeh we loved the fleece lining on a dark brown bomber jacket, which looked old-school cool and provided solid insulation for winter months. There was also a white all-fleece zip-up worn over a pleated skirt, combining casual and professional. Coach 1941 used fleece for the sleeves on masculine coats, while Sandy Liang and 3.1 Phillip Lim both kept things sporty yet feminine.
The jumpsuit that most exemplifies this trend for me is the brown one that opened up the Emilia Wickstead show. The elegant tailoring on it, the simple leather belt, and the way the cuffs were slightly rolled up on the pants looked as sophisticated as can be. A similar light blue jumpsuit that came up later in the show also measured up to the same standard of elegance.
Platform sneakers were definitely for those who loved the comfort of sneakers but still wanted to look six inches taller — Baby Spice was a huge fan. Gucci helped bring the '90s trend back with its multicolor striped platform sneakers (pictured here), along with brands like Superga, Converse, and Vans, which also offer platform versions of their popular shoes.
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Power suits are always in and if you're already a fan, or eager to try out the style, good news: They'll be in abundance come fall/winter. Designers like Joseph Altuzarra (left) debuted smart suiting options for women in the pre-fall 2019 collection and he isn't the only one. You'll find tailored sets from the likes of Proenza Schouler and Givenchy.
After looking at all the fall 2019 collections my coats started to feel so...short. Tory Burch, Max Mara and others presented longline coats that will provide extra warmth this winter. These longline coats aren't your typical lightweight dusters either. Instead, find them super structured and made of heavy wool. Basloe agrees, noting that fall is all about the statement coat. "A coat with some kind of drama is a must-have for fall," she said, suggesting a bright yellow puffer that skims your ankles.