90s Fashion Like Woah.

Is it just me, or do you see 90s-inspired fashion just about everywhere lately? I’d be lying if I told you I didn’t like it. In fact, aside from the floral jeans, I love it!

Sienna Miller now. Cher and Dee then.
Kelly Kapowski then. Minka Kelly now.
Rachel Bilson and Mary Kate Olsen now. Angela and Rayanne then.

I dressed more like Angela and Rayanne in the 90s than any of the other girls here. Over-sized flannels were my go-to piece, mostly because I hit puberty before most of my friends. I was desperately searching for something to hide the breasts that had suddenly sprouted and earned comments like “I see you’ve done a lot of growing this summer” from male classmates. Oh yes. That happened. And yes, I was mortified.

To this day I’m still drawn more to the flannel trend than any of the other 90s comebacks (although I do love the dark, flowy floral print dresses and skirts!).

What about you? Were you high fashion like Cher and Dee? All American like Kelly? Or grungy like Angela and Rayanne?

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7 responses to “90s Fashion Like Woah.

  1. I think I was more of a mixture. I liked (and still do) the grunge look but I also loved the babydoll dress. Haven’t seen one of those in a while!

  2. Janine

    Its amazing how one comment can completely shape our behavior! And I completely felt your pain back then!

  3. Love your blog!!! Read it daily— I nominated you for a blog award!!

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    xo,
    janel

  4. It all comes full circle, doesn’t it? Sadly, in the 90’s, I dressed like a boy. It was all about oversized J.Crew rollneck sweater. GAH. And to think, I’ll never get that body back.

  5. Kelly Kapowski–awesome. I loved my off-the-shoulder 90s sweaters.

  6. Well i wasn’t in the 90’s era but i totally love their way of style! Floral jeans!! omg i love them. However the 80’s style is also making a comeback!

  7. I hope not all of the 90s comes back haha, but denim jackets and flannels are good in my back!

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