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How to Make Any Outfit 90s Chic

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If there is one trend that's come back to the fashion world, it's the 1990s. But rather than jumping into overalls and listening to TLC like it's nobody's business, there are some more subtle ways for you to add a little bit of 90s flair to your wardrobe—but how? This article will take a closer look at three specific things that you can do. Ready to learn more? Read on. 

Military Footwear

Military footwear was a big part of the grunge trend of the 90s, and now you can add it to just about any outfit if you want to embrace these trends. For instance, combat boots can be paired with skinny jeans or even a skirt and tights. When you are looking for some military footwear, look at boots that aren't just black but that are a different color as well. As an example, forest green military footwear is a fun way to add some color to your wardrobe without going completely nuts. 

Crop Tops

Another fun 90s trend that you might want to consider (for females) is a crop top. Crop tops can either be worn with a pair of high waisted jeans or they can be worn when you go to work out with a pair of high waisted leggings. The fun thing about crop tops is that they show off part of your midriff in a sexy way without you having to reveal the whole thing. Plus, when you pair them with some high-waisted bottoms, you will get a little bit more coverage so only a few inches of your stomach is showing. 

Plaid

Large oversized plaid shirts are the rage for both men and women and they are the ultimate ode to the 90s. When you are choosing a plaid flannel shirt, make sure that it fits a little bit loosely. One of the greatest parts about this trend is that you can wear a flannel with an outfit buttoned up, buttoned down, or around your waist for a little bit of an extra touch. When you are choosing a flannel shirt, try to have fun with the color sand go with something more vibrant like red. 

As you can see, there are several fun 90s trends for you to try. If you want to learn a little bit more about these and other 90s trends that you may want to embrace, contact a clothing store near you today! 


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