Old School Styles That Are Coming Back

Like everything in life, fashion evolves; and since its trends are so relatable and exciting, it can be picked up from where you long left it.
By this I mean, styles in the ’90s are slowly making a come-back in our times.

New angles are daily added to the old stuff we long wore, partly because our tastes changes and every generation draws inspiration from past generation’s fads that come and go.

Are you curious to know the old school style that would soon find their way into your wardrobe in a matter of time?


Here are a few:

Shoulder Pad Dresses

As funny as these dresses look on its wearer; the exaggerated hourglass figure that it gives is next to nothing. But unfortunately, they got a bit out of control in the ’80s, However, it’s our belief that when they come back to trend, it’s excesses would have been more figured out to give that chic and timeless look.

Choker Necklaces

Chokers were the trendy neck accessory in the ’90s, and almost everyone wore them. They will soon be back and this time, it will be cuter and ecstatic.


Mules are half-shoes or half-slipper worn in the ’90s, they have been embraced in the past and are unarguably going to come back in trend because when you walk in mules, you walk a bit differently due to the balance it gives.

Big belts

One of the most defining accessories of fashion in the ’90s was the wide chunky belt. It was worn to either define the hips or make a dress look more dramatic. It is going to be back but this time, with a touch of modern makeover that will perfectly accentuate your dress.

Boot cut Jeans

These jeans are slim through the hip and thigh with a wide leg opening. It is a classic staple that has proved perfect to wear all year long…Though it seems to be prevalent in the ’90s, its entry will soon become trendy again; and this time, it will be better and cuter.

There are for sure some fashion trends that should just stay dead and buried, But, since some are worth redeeming, then the need for an upgrade on how we wear them; solely depends on us, because fashion will keep revolving, but style is personal…

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