The Fashion of the 90s
90s fashion saw the birth of grunge and with that the nineties brought body piercings and tattoos and grunge clothing, which became much more a part of western dress, and not part of a particular movement or trend.
Casual chic became popular in 90s attire too with tees, hoodies, jeans and trainers worn as day wear, a trend that’s never really died away. With alternative rock and grunge clothing there was an unkempt look that filtered into the mainstream with dirty hair and clothes by the mid-nineties.
90s grunge fashion – From then to now
90s clothes were also more conservative as a backlash to the flamboyant eighties and a return to a more elegant way of dress.Slip dresses became popular for the first time and European design became the thing to wear.
While men embraced grunge clothes with grunge clothing and curtained hair, the girls either embraced the seventies revival or put on their business clothes, which were also seeing a revival during the nineties. Supermodels became the norm, along with their big hair and big pay checks.If you fancy a bit of nineties love then you’ve come to the right place.