The hottest clothing styles of the 90s and how to wear something new

This article shares 13 styles of clothing from the ’90s, along with a guide to matching outfits.

It’s time to turn nostalgia into fashion! From hoop earrings to wheat tops, we’re going to introduce you to the most basic staple pieces of the 90s that you can wear right now.

The 90s were a time of many enduring fashion trends that are now making a strong comeback. A few of them are even staples of my wardrobe and I’m sure I’ll be wearing them for years to come. These retrospective pieces can come in countless styles, and many of them are constantly evolving to incorporate modern elements.

We see that fashionistas and celebrities are taking these trends and putting their own spin on them. I love the casual coolness of 90s fashion and the fact that it looks effortless.

This article will look at 13 of our favorite 90s clothing trends and how to interpret each one.

1. Flared jeans

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The first trend we want to show you is flared jeans. This cut is a classic from the 1990s and a classic for any baggy or oversized jeans and pants. Flared jeans are also very versatile. It can be dressed up for evening activities, but also can be dressed up for campus leisure activities.

The high-waisted version of these flared jeans is stunning. It comes in a vintage-inspired light wash fabric, which is just right with this well-cut graphic tee.

I put this chunky colored cardigan over it. I like this sweater very much. It has a ’90s feel. It has an oversized shape, an open front, balloon sleeves and a drop shoulder cut. It’s very playful and perfect for this look.

I paired it with chunky white sneakers, a classic gold hoop and the perfect pink mini shoulder bag. The bag matches the sweater seamlessly. It is designed in alligator print and lacquered faux leather. If pink isn’t your thing, it has four other lovely colors to choose from.

2. Heavy hoop earrings

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Chunky hoop earrings were a ’90s trend and no longer feature in my wardrobe. I refuse to leave the house without a good headline earring. Chunky hoop earrings make people feel confident and fierce.

This gold and silver hoop from Amazon is a classic hoop with a fuller shape. They are tubular in outline and hollow in surface.

I wear it with this gorgeous pink suit dress. I can’t get enough of the dress trend. The shape and structure of the dress fit perfectly.

I also paired it with a pair of nude thigh-high boots. These boots have a very designer feel and are super cute to wear.

3. Dress + Sneakers

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The third trend today is dresses. Dresses and sneakers were popular styles among fans in the 90s. Put them together, both girlish charm, without losing leisure and sports style. Sneakers make a dress more day friendly, but they can be easily swapped out for heels or boots for a more formal look.

This satin silky mini dress from Abercrombie is a beautiful orange. I added a white turtleneck underneath to keep warm, but you could also throw on a denim or leather jacket to add some sparkle.

In terms of sneakers, some classic Nike Air Force 1s are a good choice. The extra upper adds some variety compared to the traditional style. I added a couple of funky, fun tube socks and a ’90s claw clip.

Finally, I accessorized it with a chunky gold necklace. Who doesn’t love a turtleneck top with a necklace?

4. Bomber Jacket + Jeans

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The bomber jacket was a very popular fashion staple in the 90s and has quickly become a versatile new trend. This jacket from Boohoo is made of faux leather, oversized and embroidered in an aristocratic style. This jacket is very strange and interesting. I think it can be paired with simple pieces in your closet for many styles. Since this jacket is so striking, it doesn’t need much styling.

I added this black tank top with a turtleneck cut and a pair of light wash made old mom jeans from PacSun. This pair of jeans is a high-waisted version with dents and RIPS all over the body. Light-washed jeans also have a faded, retro feel.

Finally, I paired it with a pair of platform black Chelsea boots. In the end, all you need to do is put on black thick rimmed sunglasses and classic gold hoop earrings.

5. Cargo pants + Converse shoes

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Overalls were a 90s trend that was constantly refurbished over time and very interesting. I love this mint green romper from ASOS because it’s straight and loose. It has pockets, button edges, adjustable buckles and a classic cord design.

For the bottom, I chose this brown button-up shirt from Forever 21. I like neutral brown with light green. The two colors complement each other in an unexpected way. In terms of earrings, these gold layered hoop earrings are an innovation to the traditional hoop earrings, adding some extra elements to the look. SHH…… Do you sense the theme of the hoop?

Finally, shoes, these Converse sneakers are my favorite shoes at the moment. They are very eye-catching. They are made of durable leather and the tongue is lined with wool. In addition, it has a platform and an exaggerated jagged sole with comfortable cushioning.

These super cute two-tone brown sneakers will create a classy, impactful vibe for your outfit.

6. Trench coat + baggy jeans

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The long tan trench coat is a 90s fashion item that I’ve been seeing a lot lately. In the past, the trench coat was a formal coat for work, but now it has become more casual.

Lulu’s has a great coat that is versatile and lightweight. It has sleeves with a large collar, long lapel and banded cuffs. It also comes with a belt to wrap around the waist.

I paired it with this nude, long-sleeved jumpsuit and high-waisted, super-baggy jeans. Baggy jeans are another 90s trend that’s having a big moment right now. I also paired it with black platform loafers with gold details and this mini black backpack.

7. Floral dress + Sneakers

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This floral dress is very much in line with our ’90s theme with its bright colors, ruffles and mesh details. Its thin straps, straight neckline and sliding silhouette…… They’re all reminiscent of our favorite years.

I also paired it with this oversized brown leather jacket and this mini nude purse. This jacket reminds me of the grungy ’90s scene, and I like to pair it with something a little more feminine. When it comes to ’90s-style clothing, opposites attract!

Finally, I added a pair of white high-top sneakers and mini orange floral earrings to add a little flair to the look. These earrings take me back to my childhood!

8. Straw tops

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Straw tops are a 90’s trend! Straw tops are the cutest look when paired with high-waisted jeans.

I would wear this costume in a second. This tailored T-shirt embellished with rhinrhinos from Urban Outfitters paired with Abercrombie’s high-waisted jeans is a trend.

I also paired it with vintage white chunky heeled boots and silver mini hoop earrings. In terms of bags, this bright blue crossbody bag gave me the look I was looking for.

9. Hair extensions

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Grab pleats are arguably the most classic trend of the 90s and have held their own over the years. They come and go, but they never completely disappear. That’s timeless!

These updos from Urban Outfitters are not only cute, but they’re also good for your hair. Satin bobby pins make your hair shine and strong. After all, there’s a reason people swear by satin pillowcases!

I paired this cute hair accessory with high-waisted mom shorts and this brown and white cow-patterned button-up top.

Finally, I paired it with a chunky pair of nude lace-up combat boots and a mini gold hoop. This is the classic ’90s girl in tow look’.

10. Halter tops

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When you think of the ’90s, choker is definitely one of the first trends that comes to mind. Just like the bun, they have gone through many stages over the years. From elastic tattoo chokers, to cordage styles, to glittering pendant necklaces…… We’ve all seen it. Now, choker takes a more refined approach, which I love.

This gold layered choker is from Free People and looks great with a high-neck top. The onesie is lined with brown faux leather pants. I love the monochromatic look with all the different browns and neutrals together. In addition, the onesie’s high-neck design makes the choker a highlight.

I added this print see-through button-down shirt to my top as a layup and a pair of ’90s-inspired sandals. These sandals are made of faux leather and the heel is another lovely shade of brown.

11. Loafers

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One of my favorite 90s style pieces is loafers. Recently, they have begun to return to the mainstream. These chunky flat loafers from Lulu’s look extra cute in white with a black sole. The retro shape and high soles make people feel the fashion of the 90s.

I accessorized them with a brown plaid skirt and this ribbed collared sweater. The hem of the shirt is slightly tightened, and the material is soft and elastic. The dress is made of comfortable woven fabric and the high-waisted version is flattering. The skirt is in an A-shape with belt loops and diagonal front pockets.

In terms of accessories, all you need are some polka dots, sheer black socks, and a cute knotted headscarf. The hijab added a girly and edgy feel to the look.

12. Pants

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Overalls are a trend that can’t be more “90s”! At past VMAs, it was impossible not to see several stars wearing it. These pants from Urban Outfitters are a low-rise pair with a loose cut, wide legs and elaborate pocket details. I like black because its reverse stitching is very striking at the seam.

I paired it with a brown-cut sweater from H&M and an oversized neutral flannel from Boohoo. This is a great “boyfriend” flannel for folding. Its version is large, soft cut, giving a comfortable and casual feeling.

I finished with a black nylon Fanny pack and a silver mini chunky ring. “Obsessed” is the best way to describe this outfit!

13. Pleated skirt

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This last trend is one of my favorites because it’s very girly, but it can also be very edgy. Pleated skirts are a true ’90s staple and can be styled in many different ways. The trend was obviously inspired by one of my favorite movies, Clueless.

I accessorized this dress with an oversized, aristocratic sweater from H&M. It has a V-neck and is made of soft cable knit fabric. I folded this white ribbed turtleneck under it, (surprise!) And some heavy gold rings.

To spice up the look, I chose a pair of black combat boots and some sheer black leggings. I love the combination of tights, skirts and boots in winter. It’s a tried-and-true combination!

More 90s style clothes to consider, courtesy of Aesthetic:

Style: Oversized cardigan, ripped jeans, combat boots, beanie, bucket hat, band T-shirt

Hip Hop: Baggy clothes, oversized jerseys, tracksuits, Timberlands, Air Force 1s and gold chains.

Bubblegum trends: tunic tops, mini skirts, flat sneakers, bright colors, butterfly prints, sequins.

Sports style: tennis skirt, wheat top, cycling shorts, thermal pants, sneakers.

Minimalist simple silhouettes, neutral colors, simple lines, oversized sweaters, dresses.

Fashion tip: Mix trends, colors, and confidence!

Mix and match different trends to create your unique look.

Don’t be afraid to experiment with different colors and patterns.

Accessorize with individual pieces like a bun, choker, and sunglasses.

Put on your clothes with confidence.

What’s your favorite 90s outfit on this list?

Which outfit are you most likely to wear or try on yourself? What vintage pieces will you be adding to your wardrobe this spring? Let me know in the comments below!

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