Oh snap! The rumors are true: The 90s are back (cue Backstreet’s back alright?!). Here’s a list of some re-emerging 90s trends that’ll make you the coolest kid in school. Start stocking up on these pieces and be sure to show off your looks in our #springacers spring break giveaway!
Two is Better than One
Whether it’s a floral print blazer and pants combo or a denim crop and jean skirt matching set, this year is the return of the two-piece separates.
Nothing says the 90's like a good denim piece: from buttoned denim skirts to classic jean jackets to cuffed high-waisted “mom” jeans. Embrace your staple blues.
The trend we can all get behind? Track pants: comfy, versatile and urban. Skip the sloppy factor by expertly pairing with a leather jacket and your favorite day sneaks.
Neck and Neck
Chokers were the 90s “it” accessory: diversify the edgy statement piece in different fabrics like velvet or stretchy plastic with extra details like charms, beads or pearls.
Baby Got Back(packs)
Time to throw your favorite cross-body in the back of your closet and move your chapsticks and hair bands to the backpack. The real trend here: the smaller the better.
Combat boots were the holy grail of the grunge movement. A uni-sex trend, pair yours with your favorite graphic tee.
New dress who dis?
The slip dress can be worn in anything length or shade, but pair with booties or sneakers for a real 90s-goth feel. Lace details encouraged.
This trend may not pass for the average class dress, but crop tops are here to stay. Rock yours with a pair of high-waisted pants or your favorite maxi skirt for a beach-babe look.
Round and Round
Your one-way ticket to the ultimate groovy look is a pair of round sunnies. Once considered nerdy, this shape for both in the sun or your prescription pair is the new cool.