It’s the time of the year again when summer clothes take the back shelf and winter trends start surfacing. This season, men’s clothes strutted their way down the fashion runways inspired by 90s street fashion. It’s been a strange year of staying in, and this state of affairs has had a direct impact on the clothes the designers chose to bring back from past eras. The result is a delightful new focus on casual clothes that are more intriguing than ever before. Whatever happens this winter, buying street smart clothes that you’ll want to wear season after season is a must.
Damon Albarn smiling for the cameras in London West End, November 1997
There was a time when streetwear became an inevitable representation of the 90s fashion. The edgy span of the past decades where we saw baggy silhouettes and athleisure coming into the fashion picture. In this blog, we are going to show you how to make a slow transition into the crazy 90s street fashion vibe. Scroll down to see our top three picks for inevitable 90s fashion trends for men.
- Red alert
Flashes of red made a splash on the runways of London, Paris, and Milan fashion weeks for AW2021. While designers were desperate to catch our attention. To be honest, we all need some color in our wardrobes right now. Either way, this winter is very much about making a sartorial statement with bright shades of red. The key to keeping the look subtle while adding focus to the 90s red is to pick one bright item and keep everything else neutral. Try red bomber jackets and shocking red sweatshirts, and welcome 90s street fashion comeback in style.
- Graphic Hoodies are a Go
There was barely a designer who didn’t showcase graphic sweatshirts this season. A wide array of designer hoodies for men came in the form of light knitted sweatshirts and graphic hoodies. Featuring all the requisite elements of classic winter wear and topped with a high comfort factor, the best could be found in heavy gauge sweatshirts in bright shades. Graphic elements paired with comfy styles are the key to standing out while sporting this trend this winter.
3. Denim Religion
At that time when jeans have basically become a permanent part of our closets, it’s good to recall that jeans were a whole “religion” back in the 90s. For this very reason, if you didn’t own a pair of blue baggy jeans this season, you aren’t in the trend. Match your denim with bright colored sweatshirts and denim jackets. The rough and tough jeans will become the real quintessence of streetwear in the coming weeks.