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.

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Princess Di wore this daring LBD the same night Prince Charles' tell-all interview about their life came out. It was dubbed the "revenge dress" because the princess didn't let anyone, or anything, hold her down from shining that night. The off-the-shoulder design and asymmetrical hemline made a major style statement and is one of the most iconic looks of British royalty to date.

If you weren’t rocking a grunge or minimalistic style in the ’90s, you were probably sporting a hip-hop outfit. Popular in urban areas, hip-hop fashion was represented by overside, loose silhouettes, casual fabrics, and sports details. Like grunge, the style corresponded with the music genre of the same name. As such, hip-hop stars were icons of this style and provided the best outfit inspiration.

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Miuccia Prada made cloaks a part of both her Prada and Miu Miu collections. The Prada cloaks were a little dark, made of dark brown or black lace, in a collection that took its inspiration from gothic horror. The Miu Miu cloaks were more romantic (and also decidedly warmer), with a bulkier design and large buttons in black, navy blue, and even a few in camo!
Possibly winning the most extreme (borderline tacky) take on this trend is a purple dress at Moschino that was partially crafted through wrapping, to facilitate its revealing nature. On the right, the openings revealed the model’s side from rib to hip, while on the other side the opening only showed the waist. The dress was styled with big hair and lots of bling, if only to push the boundaries of good taste even further, but we’re sure that with slightly different styling an R&B diva can make it work.
Gender play at Vaquera consisted of male models in suede skirts, and comfy, oversized, and even ridiculously oversized garments, including a series of items made to look like a child playing in their dad’s blazers or button-up shirts. A collection of alt and gender non-conforming models at Gypsy Sport hammered home a message of inclusivity and body positivity, while also showcasing some of the sexiest lingerie of the season.
Designers seemed to mind meld around suit styling: it's all about the belt. Blazers came with built-in cinchers at Prada, and Marni contrasted gray suits with heavy chains. Follow their lead and nip the waist on all your suits, oversized and otherwise. The best part about this trend is that you don't need to invest in the jacket—simply buy a cute new belt and style it accordingly.

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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!
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.

Opening the Adeam show, for example, there was a deep yellow trouser and blazer combination that could be worn in any semi-casual workplace. The blazer was fitted with four sizable pockets on the front – big enough to carry a phone, wallet, a couple of pens, a makeup compact, keys, and whatever else one might need! Other pocketed looks in the collection included a skirt with pockets around the calves and a cape with large black pockets.
The runways have spoken, and the '90s are back. So are the '80s. And the '70s. There are also a couple fashion trends that can't be traced back to any particular decade, but are covetable nonetheless. Confusing, I know, but designers like Chanel, Gucci, and more declared everything from power shoulders to micro-micro bags a thing, and we're convinced we need it all. We also tapped Nordstrom's creative director Ruth Basloe to help weigh in on her favorite styles, with shopping tips on how to get the look now.

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Every show season has its must-have handbag and Spring/Summer ’18/’19 is certainly no exception to this rule. However, unlike previous seasons, the latest “It” bag isn’t defined by its shape. Instead, its size is what sets it apart from the rest. Shrunk down to fit no more than a phone and lipstick (if you’re lucky), this season’s most lust-worthy bag is also its smallest. So, if you value style over function, be sure to invest in a miniature version of your favourite handbag. As a bonus, you definitely won’t have a sore shoulder from toting around this style all day.
While the term borrowed from the boys is so passe in 2019, there is something decidedly last midcentury Savile Row about the vest. Whether included as part of a three-piece suit at Burberry and Etro, or mismatched with a jacket at Louis Vuitton, there’s something quite dapper and appealing—not to mention endlessly flattering—about the almighty waistcoat.
You've probably read at least one think-piece about the resurgence of the '90s, particularly in terms of its fashion. The decade was a breeding ground for iconic clothing styles that won't quit, from grunge-y flannel and cropped tops to slinky slip dresses. Ahead, join us on our trip down memory lane as we recount the most iconic, sometimes cringeworthy, sometimes incredible fashion moments of the 1990s and the style stars that made them happen.
Timberlands that never once graced a construction site. Surf shorts that never saw a beach. Boat shoes that never set foot on a dock. The '90s were, if nothing else, a perplexing time for fashion. From the ankle-bearing allure of capri pants to the ease of throwing your hair up with a brightly-colored scrunchie, '90s fashion trends were wonderfully weird. Read on for the definitive list of the phattest, flyest style moments from this defining decade.
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!
You've probably read at least one think-piece about the resurgence of the '90s, particularly in terms of its fashion. The decade was a breeding ground for iconic clothing styles that won't quit, from grunge-y flannel and cropped tops to slinky slip dresses. Ahead, join us on our trip down memory lane as we recount the most iconic, sometimes cringeworthy, sometimes incredible fashion moments of the 1990s and the style stars that made them happen.

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