When it comes to wearing 90s fashion, you’re going to need some style that goes with the times, but don’t be afraid to take a few risks.
From a head to toe look, here are 10 styles to get you going in the 80s.
The 90s, 80s and 70s styles can be as simple as jeans and t-shirts, but they can also be very sophisticated, with an eye to the future.
The Jeans, Jeans & T-Shirts 1.1.
Shorts & Jeans This look is pretty much the “80s” in style.
Jeans are a must-have item for the 90s period, with shorts and tank tops being the ultimate look for the 80 years.
The tank tops were a staple in the 90-s and even have their own line.
A pair of long, skinny jeans is a must, as are some casual pants.
Shirts, T-shirts & Jeeps This look takes the casual to a new level.
There’s something about a shirt and a pair of shorts in the 70s that just feels right.
A classic look that goes back to the 70’s with modern touches.
The classic shirts and jeans of the 70-s still seem timeless, so keep them on hand for a classic look.
Shoes, Shoe Covers & Boots This classic look was designed by a fashion icon, and has been a staple of the 90’s for decades.
Shoes are essential for a 90’s style, and if you’re lucky enough to live in the US, you can wear them at home with a pair on, even if you don’t live in Australia.
Make sure to take your footwear to the next level with boots that come in a variety of sizes, as well as shoes with leather or suede soles.
Sunglasses, Sunglasses & Sunglasses This style is definitely not for the faint of heart, but it’s definitely not as trendy as the more casual look.
If you’re feeling a little adventurous, go for a vintage-inspired look.
Sunglass frames and glasses are also a must have for the modern era.
Shoes, Shoes & Boots Shoes are the most essential accessory for a modern look, so make sure to look for them in a range of styles.
This is a classic style that will stand out even if it doesn’t look the same.
Shoe, Shower & Pantry Shower shoes are another essential piece of style, with a high-fashion look.
Showering is also a great way to go for the most stylish of looks, and a great option if you live in Sydney.
Tights, Tights & Pantries This is definitely a style you should consider for the 70 s, as it’s very versatile.
Whether it’s a long t-shirt, a t-shirt, a pair or a pair and a half of pants, you’ll find something to suit every occasion.
T-shirt & pants, Trousers & Tights The 70s was all about the T- shirts, with jeans, tank tops, shorts and even some T-suits.
With a mix of classic and modern looks, this style has been around for years.
If that doesn’t work, try out a vintage look that’s not too far from the 70′s.
Skirts, Skirts & Skirts Skirts were the go-to attire for the early 70s, and they are still considered classic today.
Skirt styles are a staple, so if you need something that goes all the way back to when people were wearing skirts, look no further.
Shoes & Skins Shoes are a necessity, so get some stylish footwear, whether it’s for work or to go out and do something fun.
This classic style is timeless, and will be hard to go wrong with.