90s Clothing.. Vintage?!?

February 15, 2016

Having been born in the late 80's I am still coming to terms with the fact that my childhood clothes are becoming "Vintage". Anything that is 20 years or older is classed as Vintage so early 90's clothing is now old enough! Crazy. If you were anything like me I spent most of my time wearing Adidas 3 stripe tracksuit bottoms, 1 pair even had poppers going all the way up to the waist band! how cool =), logo jumpers meaning anything from Kappa to Reebok to The Sweater Shop! Dark denim jeans with matching denim jacket! My aim was to blend in as I was very shy. I also have memories of my older sister teaching me to make a scrunchy the 90's must have hair accessory ha-ha. 
The 90's weren't just filled with my fashion, faux pars, it was also filled with Kurt Cobain, Courtney Love, the awesome Clueless, Saved By The Bell Kickers and Doc Martens! 
And of course the 90s also brought us this iconic Versace safety pin dress worn by Elizabeth Hurely.
Denim- Skinny drain pipe jeans, denim jackets, ripped denim, high waisted denim shorts, shirts, denim on denim, plaid shirts.
Oversized tops worn with leggings
The twin set- matching jumper and skirt
Over the knee socks

Bralette /Bra-tops
Alice bands and scrunchies.
Slip dresses & Co-Ords.
What are you 90s fashion memories?
xx



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