The millennials are all sulking about this, and do not relate to the excitement around the revival of the mommy jeans, but we are glad and think it’s about time. Thanks to Britney and other pop stars, the mom jeans slowly disappeared from the nineties fashion wardrobe, malls, and brands. The style guides suddenly stopped mentioning these, and they became extinct. And, that’s why we have to explain what this is about now. Fine – they were just a pair of airy, comfortable, cotton denim pants that sat beautifully at the waist and were out near the thighs (unlike the painfully tight ones). There are a lot of variations, but this breathable pair of trousers is something we all need, and it’s time they were revived, at least as an option to some of us.
The inspiration for Michael Kors’ fall runway came from his days partying at the famous Studio 54, the logo of which he secured for the collection. The styling was as Seventies as it gets, as models were clad in long, belted dresses, earth-toned leather, neckerchiefs, with their hair styled to look big and fluffy. One model was clearly styled after Diana Ross, in a shimmery purple dress, big boa, and gorgeous curls.
The new year is just around the corner, and I’m betting my bottom dollar on my 2020 fashion trend forecast that I am about to bestow upon you. Here, let me prove my credibility: I spend a heck ton of time thinking about clothes. As a fashion editor, it’s my literal job to stay on top of fashion trends, and I do that by both studying the runways and shopping. A lot. Like a lot, a lot (sorry, bank account). Not only that, but I also keep my eyes peeled for any style moments that may pop up on my newsfeed and shape an entire generation (e.g., Crocs are back, and it’s all thanks to the rise of VSCO girls). But, ahem, just in case you still don’t quite trust me, I’ve roped in a fashion stylist to share her thoughts on what trends will hit big next year. So now together, we are unstoppable and super credible.

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One thing about the TV show ‘Friends’ is that everyone relates to the show after two decades. A futuristic show in every sense. Be it, the style, jokes, characters, lifestyle or their problems. OK, if I get started about friends, there is no stopping me. So, anyway pick up a look by Monica, Phoebe or Rachel, and your 90s style statement is equal part fashionable and appropriate.
When the 90s trend was initially picking up, it felt like a very temporary thing and a fad that will eventually fade. Surprisingly that’s not the case, and the designers are only expanding horizons. One such trend was the backpacks that felt so old school, but now brands like Chanel, Burberry, and many other big brands have signed up to this style. And, you should too.

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As one of the most beloved couples of the '90s, Brad and Gwyneth's relationship was well-documented until the pair parted ways in 1997. The duo was often photographed on the red carpet in coordinating outfits—and for a short period, matching haircuts—and their looks spanned the spectrum of '90s trends, from stark minimalism to grunge to preppy chic.
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.

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The saying “what goes around comes around” may be intended to describe karma but it also works perfectly to explain the cycle of fashion. Trends and styles that were once considered modern and daring become old and ugly, only to be reborn and re-worn decades later. And that cycle seems to be turning quicker than ever. Less than 20 years later, fashion that was considered cool in the ’90s is cool once again. Whether it’s on the catwalk, on the street or in the stores, ’90s trends are appearing everywhere. So, embrace those crop tops, chokers, and Doc Martens, and we’ll show you the modern way to rock them. Here is our guide to ’90s fashion and how to wear it today.
A mid-'90s British invasion came in the form of five bubbly ladies in some seriously flashy outfits. The Spice Girls celebrated girl power and individuality: Scary, Baby, Ginger, Sporty, and Posh each contributed unique looks that young women all over the world admired. We can credit the Spice Girls with the popularity of platform shoes, pigtail buns, and—of course—body glitter.

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.

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We also saw more designers use vegan and sustainable materials to craft their garments and fall 2019 accessories. Almost everyone, from young designers to major fashion houses, played with gender in some way for the winter 2020 fashion trends. Some did so by crafting menswear-inspired items for women, while others did so by presenting unisex garments. As a result, some of the major fall/ winter 2019-2020 fashion trends are suits, loose trousers, and big-shouldered jackets and blazers.

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If you lived through the ’90s, the chances are that you wore overalls. These sleeveless denim jumpsuits were an essential fashion item for the decade and worn by both ladies and gents everywhere. No longer just for farmers, the ’90s made overalls a casual and comfortable wardrobe staple. To rock this look in pure ’90s style, try partnering a pair of classic blue overalls with a crop top and sneakers.
From frayed jeans to flannel shirts they are all coming back in full circle. Turns out that fashion works in a two-decade cycle or something. Shirts that were considered a relic of the bygone era are now all over the place. You can wear these shirts either as a layer over a tank or just as a regular shirt, or maybe just tie it around the waist. Yes, tying it around the waist, is back in vogue too.
Just as yellow reigned supreme on the autumn/winter catwalks, another bright colour was prevalent for the new season with designers across the cities injecting tangerine orange into their collections. Seen in ballgown form at Valentino and Emilia Wickstead, in day dresses at Stella McCartney and Rejina Pyo and in separates at Prada and Ferretti, there is no bolder way to brighten up your SS20 wardrobe.

An Oscar de la Renta gown is always guaranteed to be luxurious and dramatic, and this certainly applied to the quilted strapless evening dresses that were presented in this season’s collection. Quilting was used for the inner lining of coats at Gabriela Hearst and Prabal Gurung, so it only appeared as an accent where items were folded or when material opened up on the runway with the models’ movement.
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