90s Fashion That Has Made A Comeback

The 90s fashion that has made a reappearance has resulted in mixed emotions. The ’90s can be credited with giving us the sexy slip dresses and kitten heels, there is also some trends that we would like to keep in the past. There are pieces we used to be so proud to own but can’t imagine ever wearing again.  Just when we think that those looks are forgotten, here comes along another one. The revivals are coming in thick and fast. 

Keep scrolling for the ’90s fashion items, trends, and outfits we wore decades ago and then forgot about until now.

Animal Print

From the snakeskin fabric to leopard prints, we can imagine this Cindy Crawford’s faux fur sweater being worn by someone on Instagram this season. Animal print is officially cool again.

90s Leopard Print Harper's Bazaar Cindy Crawford | The Lady-like Leopard | Cindy  crawford, 90s supermodel, Supermodels

Velvet

Velvet was the number one fabric of the ’90s and Sarah Michelle Gellar’s look represents the slinky slip dress styles popular during the decade. Now, velvet is making a big comeback for the party season, with affordable and high-end brands alike creating midis and wrap dresses in jewel-hue velvet.

All of the '90s Fashion Trends That We Still Love Wearing Today | 90s  fashion, 90s fashion trending, Fashion

Sheer Fabrics

Helena Bonham-Carter slayed the gothic look in this sheer-sleeve red carpet gown and she styled it with a gold chain necklace (this accessory is also very on-trend right now). There are many sheer dresses and tops around this season and they are great with denim and strappy sandals for a night out.

Helena Bonham Carter, 1998 - This Is What The Golden Globes Looked Like In  The '90s - StyleBistro

Printed Leggings

Printed leggings made their debut in the ’80s and went well on into the 90s. It is not a look we would be reaching for these days but you will be seeing more on your IG feeds soon. Here is Naomi Campbell looking smoking hot in this matchy ensemble.

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