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90s fashion: that chic minimalism that we still like very much

Mlisten to the 90s: that is, that unforgettable and essential wardrobe, in shapes and colors, capable of surprising us, even, with delicate touches of eccentricity. The excesses of the fabulous Eighties as well as the rebellious style of the Seventies are now long gone and a new taste is about to be born: a trend classy but with many personalities.

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We took a look at the wardrobe of that decade and took inspiration from photos of the time to draw up the Top 5 garments and accessories that have passed (with flying colors) the test of time. We bet that many of us still wear them today…

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In those years it wasn’t the fashion that influenced fashion social networks bad pop starsactors and cult television seriesmany trend they came to life exactly like this: through the big and small screen thanks to the videos of the songs played endlessly on MTV or to the cinema actors and the supermodel who, photographed in some magazine, made us dream with theirs outfits fairytale (but also daytime).

How many times have we copied the style posh by Victoria Beckham (at the time Adams) during the concerts of Spice Girls? And how many have dreamed of the computer program that selected the looks by Alicia Silverstone in Clueless (1995 film that every girl of those years has seen at least 5 times)? Watching Baywatch we’ve made the red one-piece a truly iconic piece, following the adventures of Brenda and Kelly in Beverly Hills 90210 we became passionate about mom jeans and flowered dresses.

1999 Posh Spice Victoria Adams arriving at a party in London with a decidedly contemporary total black look.

1999, the Posh Spice Victoria Adams arriving at a party in London with a look total black decidedly contemporary.

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There 90s fashion, after all, is a remix of all this, but what are the garments that we still wear today and that began their rise in that decade? Here we have collected ours special Top 5 capable of combining the fashion of the past with that of the present.

Beverly Hills 90210 the TV series that glued billions of people to the small screen.  The first episode aired...

Beverly Hills 90210 the TV series that glued billions of people to the small screen. The first episode? It aired in America in 1990.

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80s fashion: what’s left of that iconic wardrobe?

After having explored the Seventies style, our research on the garments cult of the past continues. We have arrived at the most glittery decade, that of the fabulous Eighties: That must-haves will they give us today? Discover them here…

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1. The T-shirts white

Strictly crew-neck model, in cotton and with an immaculate colour: this basic item of the everyday wardrobe, in those years, was elevated to become an essential part of the looks. The rule of «Less is more», once again, is definitely fitting.

1995 Julia Roberts in New York wearing a white t-shirt and V-neck sweater.

1995, Julia Roberts in New York with a white t-shirt and V-neck sweater.

1994 Meg Ryan at Los Angeles airport wearing a white crew-neck top and cardigan.

1994, Meg Ryan at Los Angeles airport wearing a white crew-neck top and cardigan.

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Why do we still like it today? It’s a passepartout suitable for every occasion: it goes with everything, both in elegant and elegant versions casual. It goes well with leather, linen, silk garments… try it for yourself.

2023 Chinese influencer Yuwei Zhangzou in Milan during the fashion shows.

2023, The Chinese influencer Yuwei Zhangzou in Milan during the fashion shows.

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2. Lo slip dress

It seems to come out of a drawer lingerie but it is in its own right one of the best dresses chic And sexy ever. Kate Moss wore it in the nineties with visible panties (and without a bra), making it decidedly iconic.

1993 super model Kate Moss in London for the Elite Model Agency party.

1993, super model Kate Moss in London for the Elite Model Agency party.

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Why do we still like it today? It’s simple and feminine: its thin straps make it effortlessly elegant. And then, it’s chameleonic: it knows how to be the perfect lady’s dress but also sporty: just add the right details.

The model Juliany Moraes in Paris wears a seven-piece dress in the coolest color of the season.

The model Juliany Moraes in Paris wears a seven-piece dress in the coolest color of the season.

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Model Michelle Laff in total white with a transparent slip dress.

The model Michelle Laff in total white, with a transparent slip dress.

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3. The strapless top

Smooth fabric, a straight cut and few, or rather no frills: this is theidentikit of the most nineties boss in the universe fashion. Style icon like Gwyneth Paltrow and actresses like Cameron Diaz chose it for their events and focused on classic and chic: from beige to black.

1999 Gwyneth Paltrow in New York with a top and pencil skirt with an essential style.

1999, Gwyneth Paltrow in New York with a top and pencil skirt with an essential style.

1998 Cameron Diaz wearing a strapless top and cigarette trousers with Matt Dillon.

1998, Cameron Diaz wearing a strapless top and cigarette trousers in the company of Matt Dillon.

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Why do we still like it today? It makes the shoulders stand out and lengthens ours silhouette. Yes also to the bandana-effect triangle version with the tip facing downwards (like the one by Miu Miu worn by Caro Daur). The real main feature, after all, is only one: the straight line above the décolleté.

Caroline Daur in Paris in a total Miu Miu look with a new triangle version of the strapless top.

Caroline Daur in Paris in total look Miu Miu with a new triangle version of the strapless top.

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4. I mom jeans

The pants in denim they have a thousand different models and we have often proposed them to you, explaining each one’s characteristics. These are high-waisted, straight leg and fitted (but not too tight) at the hips: the fit more nineties than there is.

Jennifer Aniston in California with a pair of blue jeans.

Jennifer Aniston in California with a pair of blue (mom) jeans.

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Why do we still like it today? It’s a classic that suits many, if not all. Let’s start by putting at least a pair of iconic Levi’s 501s in the wardrobe and do the test…

Jeans and a white T-shirt for a revival look.

Jeans And T-shirts white: a revival look.

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Lois Schindeler with mom jeans and heels.

Lois Schindeler with mom jeans and heels.

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5. The floral mini dress

The protagonists of. wore it Beverly Hills 90210 on set and the most beloved actresses, including Alicia Silverstone, even away from the camera. Girlish And preppy it is an easy garment to match with everything and feminine at the right point.

1993 Alicia Silverstone wears a short floral dress, a must of those years.

1993, Alicia Silverstone wears a short floral dress, a must of those years.

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Why do we still like it today? It’s romantic but also glamour: you just need to know how to combine it with the right accessories. If you don’t like the looks too girly, avoid ballet flats and focus on black boots, both amphibious and Texan. They will give him agrunge allure (always nineties themed).

Heart Evangelista in Paris with mini dress and boots.

Heart Evangelista in Paris with mini dress and boots.

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Floral T-shirt dress with long sleeves and Texans.

Floral dress, long-sleeved T-shirt and Texans.

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