Fashion comeback


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Old fashion trends are making a comeback in the younger generations, mainly Gen Z.

Jacie Adcock, Staff Writer

In the past years, there have been many fashion trends from the 90s that have re-entered mainstream media and are taking over social media feeds.
Thirty years hasn’t stopped these iconic looks from resurfacing, proving that the decade revolutionized the fashion industry, according to Newsfeed Cosmopolitan.
From butterfly clips to platform boots, people can see influencers wearing these blast from the past looks on Pinterest and other social media platforms.
Many young adults have started wearing butterfly clips once again. These were first popular in the 90s and used as a low-maintenance hairstyle. Now icons like Kendall Jenner and Megan Thee Stallion are wearing them in music videos and even on the red carpet.
Flared leggings have also come back in style but now they are more flattering, the rise is higher and fabrics are better quality. These can be styled with oversize sweatshirts, baby tees or a denim jacket.
Most pair these pants with platform boots that are now being worn again by Emma Chamberlain and other social media influencers. These boots can be paired with everything from dresses to leggings.
Mom jeans are being worn by Kourtney Kardashian and sold in iconic clothing stores such as American Eagle and Torrid. These pants are not completely the same as the mom jeans from the 90s, as they have a stretchy waist for comfort and are ripped for a more modern feeling.
First introduced in 2001, Juicy Couture has been worn by Britney Spears, Jennifer Lopez and other celebrities. The iconic low-slung sweatpants and matching slim-fit hoodie have been in shows such as All American and The Real House Wives of Beverly Hills.
With fashion trends changing at a fast pace who knows what kind of staple items will be seen on mainstream media in the future. I am excited to see what other trends will come back from the 90s hopefully see baggy jeans, fannypacks and patched jeans will soon return to social media feeds.

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