The 90s have always been a good place to look for fashion inspiration. I still remember vividly how stylish the fashion trends were for that decade, and it is great to see how inspiring the 90s minimalist fashion trend is today. When I think of how fashion and style were in that era, memories of minimal colours and tailored designs flood my mind. It was the era of casual chic pieces and accessories.
If you are on the hunt for some outfit inspiration and you are wondering how to add some 90s fashion vibe to your collection, you are reading the right fashion blog post.
Bringing the 90s Minimalist Fashion Trend into your Wardrobe
Here are some ways you could incorporate the 90s minimalist fashion trend into your wardrobe today –
Chunky Flat Boots
I was a huge fan of the chunky flat boots trend in the 90s and I remember having a couple in my shoe collection. It is such a stylish trend to add to your wardrobe and very easy to style up or down. I remember styling my flat boots jeans or long dresses with slits. Styling the boots with mini dresses or skirts paired with tights will also look very stylish.
The Tank Top and Straight-Leg Jeans
This is one of my favourite looks from the 90s. Recreating the 90s minimalist fashion look is super easy with a tank top and straight-leg jeans. This was my go-to look back in the day and you can still find me in similar outfits in the summer months. Now that the weather is getting colder, I will add a comfy cardigan to this look to keep me warm. I love having tank tops in a variety of colours because they are super comfy and easy to wear. Straight-leg jeans are always in vogue. A girl can never have too many of them.
A White Shirt and Cropped Leggings
A minimalist wardrobe is never complete without a few white shirts. Pairing a white shirt with cropped leggings and chunky mules will create a 90s fashion minimalist look effortlessly. I find this look really stylish and easy to wear. It definitely still inspires me today. For the chilly autumn months, I would swap the cropped leggings for a full-length, and the chunky mules for the flat boots.
What do you think of these fashion trends from the 90s? Are you a fan?