Fashion and trends in the 2000s are just fine pickups from the last century. One of the most inspirational and at the same time dramatic trends were from the ’90s for men. The 90’s fashion was the ones that introduced men with turtlenecks, baggy pants and ripped jeans. The 90’s trends are known for its easy-going and breezy styles. Before the ’90s the fashion trends were seemingly excess, loud and rebellious. Therefore since ’90s comfortable has been understood as a style statement through the 90’s hairstyles were loud and curly. The influences were from 90’s best sitcoms and movie stars.
The 90s summer fashion was of loose jeans opposite half sleeved or else sleeveless shirt, tight tank tops and also the high top sneakers. The summers also had wide leg jeans but they were not hugely popular. Hoodies and basic tees were part of the trends back then too, in the manner rappers such as Kanye West still carry.
90’s winter fashion is even today the real trend inspiration for men. Winter fashion of the ’90s was not only comprised of combat boots, plaid suit, tee shirt and those flannel shirts paired with darker shades of blazers and leather jackets but also it gave us oversized long coats, turtleneck sweaters, and waistcoats. With Tom Cruise came back the head-to-toe black look from Mission Impossible get-up, which had a black leather jacket, matching tee with denim.
To all the kids and gen-y of 90, ’s let’s go down the memory lane of men’s best fashion trends that can be pulled off in absolute chic even today. Here’s a guide for men who have ultimate love for the ’90s and wish to carry those styles even today also make sure that their styles do not look out of trend.
1. Bucket Hats:
Bucket hats happened to be in trend during the ’90s and became a part of men’s casual out for the day accessory. They also became an identity for the rappers followed by high school boys. Men usually paired them with graphic t-shirts or collar t-shirts. The men still can pull these off with gigantic spectacles giving a cool geeky look.
Turtlenecks in winters were very well pulled off by teaming them with leather jackets for evening parties. They were also simply teamed with denim with contrasting colors. The turtlenecks were also frequently carried by Steve Jobs in shades of black and that’s how many people even today remember. Though the trend of turtlenecks faced a downturn during the last decade, it has again picked up since the last few winters.
3. 90’s Ripped Jeans:
90’s biggest fashion hit for men was the grudge/ripped jeans. A rough and tough look carried by men in denim paired with loud graphic tees or casual checked shirts of famous brands like Gap were carried by men. To make the look even tougher and loud men paired them with black leather jackets and sneakers. The ripped jeans hit us back again in the last few years and are again carried in pretty much the same manner by men as they were in the ’90s.
4. Denim Overalls:
Denim overalls also were a major fashion trend for men during the ’90s especially with one strap down. With denim on denim in different shades of blue and also high waist denim with over-sized shirts tucked in were making the 90’s a denim decade. The denim overalls, as well as high waist denims, have made a major comeback in the second half of this decade too.
5. Baggy Pants:
The 90’s guys had the code that said “baggier the better”. A pair of excessively airy and comfy pants was the choice of the bottom. All the 90’s streetwear brands sold them at a high volume. The men wore it on an again loose t-shirt with plain shades and teamed them with smart sneakers to pull off the whole look. The look made a statement that said casual and fancy-free.
6. Capri Pants:
Capri Pants in the ’90s were the thing for middle-aged men. Men who didn’t have the mood for full-length pants and didn’t feel young enough for a pair of shorts married the Capri pants. This trend stuck around for really long with men and still has space in current men’s fashion. Men who wanted to wear something airy and not as short as pair shorts have been choosing capri pants since the ’90s.
The windbreakers were the best choice for men for a day with moderate weather. The choice of colors in windbreakers was always peppy and bright over darker shades. They were the choice when the men wished to go a little sporty and lose on a summer day.