Bringing the 90s Minimalist Fashion Trend into your Wardrobe

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.

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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.

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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.

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What do you think of these fashion trends from the 90s? Are you a fan?

Style Icon: Chrissy Teigen

The lovely Chrissy Teigen is the Style Icon for the month. This stylish woman is an American model and television personality. She became famous after her modeling debut in the annual Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue in 2010 and her appearance on the 50th anniversary cover alongside Nina Agdal and Lily Aldridge in 2014. Chrissy Teigen has an amazing sense of fashion; she is one woman I enjoy seeing both on and off the red carpet. She always looks good and her pieces and accessories are items I can see myself styling.

Style Icon: Chrissy Teigen

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I love the outfit our style icon has on here. The green dress is a beauty and I love how she has styled it with a black coat and heels. Her accessories complement the outfit really well. She looks breathtaking. There’s nothing not to love about this look.

Chrissy Teigen is definitely a really cool style icon. I love how she sometimes blends her statement accessories with casual outfits. Her signature is feminine, sophisticated, and elegant. She loves her casuals and you would easily find her slaying style in denim pieces, which is what makes her super relatable. Many of the pieces she wears are regular everyday pieces (minus the expensive designer items). So the beauty of Teigen’s signature style is that you can easily make it your own.

This fashion icon can make even the most casual outfit look so alluring. She brings her fashion and style game to every look, and she nails it. I am a huge fan of this stylish woman.

What do you think of Chrissy Teigen’s style? Are you a fan? Would you put her on your style icon’s list? Please share your views in the comments section, and let’s chat. Thanks for stopping by. Have a lovely day/night wherever you are.

 

How to Pick Your Fishing Clothing

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For all the fishing enthusiasts out there, trying to decide on the best gear to bring when we go out can be a challenge.  After all, we want to ensure safety, comfort, and practicality.  How do we even get started on preparing to do this activity?

Well, for beginners and pros alike, there are certain things we should do each year before we go out to our favorite local river, lake, pond, or even ocean for some of us!  If you want to learn more and are completely new to the hobby, consider checking out this article, and then keep reading here!

Research Local Laws and Regulations

While it would be nice if we could all go out and start to fish whenever we want to, that is simply not the case.  In most places, especially in the United States, you need a fishing license.  Luckily, they usually are not more than twenty dollars, meaning it’s still an accessible hobby for fans of the outdoors.

That being said, just investigate how it works in your state and county.  Prices and the length that they are valid for vary based on where you live.  Also, check how many fish you are allowed to keep and if there are any protected species where you are.  Looking at invasive species can also be valuable, so you know if you shouldn’t release a certain organism back into the water.

Decide on Location

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Once you’ve got your license and know the rules in your area, figure out where you want to go.  You see, different species can be found in different types of water.  Freshwater versus salt water is a big one, of course.  However, there are even variances between lakes and a river!

Obviously, this will play a significant part as you determine where you decide to go.  Decide what you want to catch and why you’re catching them, to begin with.  If you want food, certain spots might not be right for you, for example.  Your skill level will also be a factor.

Is there Etiquette?

You may be surprised to learn that there are some unspoken rules you should follow when you go out.  You can find some here, https://fishanywhere.com/blog/fishing-etiquette-dos-and-donts, but it’s not entirely a comprehensive list.  This is because some locations will be different.

One of the biggest ones to remember is that you shouldn’t crowd other anglers.  What do I mean by this?  Well, a good rule of thumb is to give other people about fifty to sixty feet of space.  Talk about a big bubble – but it’s polite to do this so you aren’t competing too much for catches.

A few other things to remember will relate back to the first point I made.  If the area you’re in is catch-and-release only, someone will notice if you aren’t following that.  The type of bait or tackles you use might also be restricted, as some areas are limited to artificial ones only.

Is There Proper Gear?

As you can probably imagine, there are some features you should look for as you pick your gear.  The first thing we think of is usually the rod itself, along with the line, bait, and hooks.  Many people have storage options for them as well, making the journey to and from much easier.

However, what about what we wear?  Well, when it comes to fishing clothing, comfort is key.  Certain fabrics, for example, can suit this purpose better than others.  It might not seem very important, but if you want to get as much enjoyment as you can out of the hobby and do it often, this might be something to invest in.

Find water-resistant articles to wear if you think things will get wet.  It’s not likely that you won’t have at least some splashes when you’re fishing, though, so it’s probably safer to air on the side of caution even if you’re very skilled at angling.  The breathability of the fabric should also play a part in your choice.

This is largely due to the difference in weather patterns across the country.  I can’t tell you how it will be outside when you decide to go angling.  If you live in a hot area, you will probably do better wearing some shorts and a t-shirt with absorbent materials, for example.  However, in the cold, long sleeves and a sweatshirt will serve you more.

There’s a certain amount of this that is down to personal preference and your own sense of style, too.  While fashion might not be your top priority, you don’t have to settle for anything you hate.  There are plenty of retailers that offer functional but stylish clothing designed specifically for this hobby, so keep your mind open as you shop!  Hopefully, you can find what you need!

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