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Back to the 90s

By Nextedition @nextedition1

It’s everywhere you go now and even comes with a brilliant soundtrack. Anybody else remember the 90s?Next Edition Fashion shows you how to work the trend now. Think grunge, denim and a generally laidback attitude.

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Denim is a staple, if you are rocking the 90s look. The paler, the better. Acid wash works well for the trend too. Double denim is always a winner, and a few rips in the knees, here and there can’t hurt either. Thesetie dye denim leggings are two 90s trends rolled into one.


Plaid was a staple in the 90s, especially if you’re going for all out grunge. The great thing about plaid is that it comes in literally every colour you can think of and looks amazing with denim. Wear it over-sized.


Everyone had a backpack, in the 90s. Some were nice, some were novelty. This time around, backpacks are taking on a more sophisticated slant. (No backpacks of your favourite cartoons, please).  Think: two-tone leather, studs, neutral shades.


If you’ve heard of the Spice Girls (who hasn’t?), you’ll have seen the platforms they used to rock. Creepers are everywhere lately but they can be a tricky trend to pull off. Try not to be too intimidated by them. They look great, teamed with a denim shirt, long vest and leggings. Or with ripped jeans.

Studded ankle boots are also a perfect companion to the 90s look. And they are everywhere for fall/winter.


Crosses could be found all over jewellery, in the 90s and they’re everywhere now. Although the trend technically started in the 80s (well done, George Michael), it managed to hang on into the next decade.

Crosses not your thing? Then how about a cheeky scrunchy? No side ponytail is necessary, for this style. The key to 90s in the 21st century is to put a new twist on things. So try styling your scrunchy over a messy top knot.

Beanie hats also add a cool edge, when you’re working the 90s trend. Think: a touch of androgyny, without the tailoring.

The awesome thing about the 90s trend is that a few key pieces can really works wonders for your new look. It also doesn’t have to break the bank, if you’re shopping on a budget, there are still plenty of affordable looks to update your wardrobe and try something new.

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