While trends from the 1990s have been cropping up in various streetwear and runway looks for the last few years now, the return of this decade’s aesthetics to the fashion scene has resurrected some particular wardrobe items in which stonewashed denim, colorful fabrics, and oversized cuts have their place.
1. Tie Dye
This summer we will be sure to see a lot of tie-dye. But let’s try to forget everything we know about tie-dye, except maybe for its association with laidback counterculture, it’s the evolution of tie-dye that makes it feel fresh for 2019. Acid washes and bright tones have transformed tie-dye from its hippy roots, yes, it will be evoking images of the ’60s and ’70s but in a more sophisticated style; think blazers, knits and midi skirts splashed with modern color combinations, to the more elevated fabrics and the unexpected shapes.
2. Hippy Modernism
The bohemian look initiated as a reflection of the free-spirited lifestyle of those hippies and designers took an imaginative turn with the season’s Neo Boho trend. The easiness of the style and the natural, spirited look it expresses have made it rather easy to fall in love with. If you are a lover of mixing colors and patterns creatively, a boho touch is what you need. The look is long, relaxed and sensual, saturated in the warm desert and sunset hues, sun-kissed hues, and neutrals, clashing geometric prints, scarf dresses, artisan knits, fringing, crochet shoulder sacks.
3. Throwback to early-nineties
Nostalgia is nothing new this year with Fashion, and the ’90s were a revolutionary decade in this regards, creating trends will last forever. This is Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Saved By The Bell and Clueless style. The silhouette is top-heavy think of oversized jackets and shirts, dungarees and distressed mom jeans, bright and bold word art and swirling graphics on shirts.