Bad '90s Fashion Is Back
Oh, yes: You might find yourself wearing overalls again
By Evann Gastaldo,  Newser Staff
Posted May 6, 2010 11:26 AM CDT
Updated May 9, 2010 7:04 AM CDT
Grunge: Ripped jeans, fraying flannels, Doc Martens—remember those days? Peaches Geldof is reliving them...   (Getty Images)
camera-icon View 8 more images

(Newser) – It may be time to resurrect the flannel shirts and scrunchies—‘90s fashion, for better or for worse, is back. The Daily Beast points to 16 reemerging trends:

  • Grunge: Ripped jeans, fraying flannels, Doc Martens—remember those days? Trendsetters from Peaches Geldof to Elle style director Kate Lanphear are reliving them now.
  • Safety pins: Elizabeth Hurley started the trend of clothes held together with safety pins when she wore a plunging Versace—with gold safety pins—in 1994. That look is back, and Paris Hilton is evidence.

  • Shaved heads: Sinead O’Connor, Sigourney Weaver, and Demi Moore were among the empowered females going bald in the ‘90s. Today, we have Amber Rose and (partially shaved) Alice Dellal.
  • Overalls: Thank Jesse James for this one. His line is at Wal-mart, but even socialites like Pixie Geldof are donning higher-class versions.
  • Pink hair: Kurt Cobain dyed his hair pink in 1992; nowadays Lady Gaga and Kelly Osbourne, among others, have been spotted with a pink/gray/purple shade.
  • Flannel: It was everywhere in the ‘90s, and it’s back. Kelly Osbourne is just one example of celebs donning the iconic look.
For the complete list, click here.
 

Loading... Please wait
Loading... Please wait
Loading... Please wait
Loading... Please wait
Loading... Please wait
Loading... Please wait
Loading... Please wait
Loading... Please wait
My Take on This Story
Show results without voting  |  
14%
11%
2%
29%
35%
10%