4. Distressed Denim
What do Kurt Cobain and Olivia Palermo have in common? (Do they, really?) It’s the audacity to don a pair of distressed denims and look like a marvel while doing so. While distressed denims were restricted to the grunge-favouring masses back in the 90’s, fashionistas today have upped the ante with their sophisticated styling that it took me so many years to indulge in my first pair of distressed denim sans second thoughts.
6. Dr. Martens
Shoes again and Dr. Martens clearly had a massive impact on the 90’s. Liv Tyler in Empire records was the cherry on the top that had us screaming for a pair. While combat boots in general were a big trend, that yellow stitching on those docs quickly became a necessity. The label is back with a bang and looks equally drool-worthy.
7. Jelly Sandals
A yet another trend that ended up taking a very fashionable conclusion. The Lisa Frank of fashion, mood rings and jelly sandals were so much fun back then and they are equally fun today! Luckily, the shoe is no longer restricted to those few designs. Chanel, Kate Spade, Valentino, Givenchy, Ted Baker, Gucci, and many such names have lent an utterly gorgeous face to these jellos.
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