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16 pictures of 90’s fashion to inspire your next outfit

Pull out your plaid and ripped denim because the 90's is back baby.

The 90's was one of the coolest decades for fashion. The garage-band, grunge movement brought plaid shirts, beat-up boots and mum jeans to the forefront of style. Preppy California girls like one of our favourite style icons, Cher Horowitz, introduced us to checked skirts and blazers. Chokers were the norm and t-shirts were all cropped. Chloë Sevigny was hot, Nirvana was on the radio and Tyra, Heidi and Claudia ruled the magazine covers.

So, we're beyond excited that this diverse decade for fashion is back in style. To help inspire your next 90's outfit, here are 16 of the coolest and most nostalgic fashion snaps from Pinterest.



















90's trend pieces to shop now

ASOS Denim Midi Slip Dress in Washed Black with Side Split
ASOS Denim Midi Slip Dress in Washed Black with Side Split

ASOS

Amelle Woven Brushed Check A Line Mini Skirt
Amelle Woven Brushed Check A Line Mini Skirt

Boohoo

Sinner high waisted ripped skinny jeans black
Sinner high waisted ripped skinny jeans black

Missguided

Mia Steiber

Mia Steiber is the Editor of the Shopping section at finder. She has a serious shopping habit and an addiction to gold jewellery. Her talents include tracking down one-off or almost sold out pieces and knowing the sizing charts for just about every brand.

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