Who would’ve thought … the Nineties are back.
Words by Sophia Charalambous
Get out those glow sticks and let’s go raving.
Time to party like it’s 1999!
The only way to wear a slip dress in Nineties style is over a t-shirt or jumper.
Taking inspiration from Oasis’ Rosebud print slip dress (pictured left, £55), the winter way is with a jumper and a special pair of heels or boots.
This is a nod to the cult teenage ﬁlm of the era, Clueless, where Cher and Dionne wore an insatiable amount of check.
The Whistley bag (pictured above, £159,) can be worn with dad jeans and t-shirt or an LBD to Nineties it up.
One of the most iconic looks of the decade was elaborate hair accessories.
A modernised version is this Magic hair slide (pictured right, £15) to be worn alone but ideally with even more slides.
The British bootmaker reached its height of popularity in the Nineties with the rise of grunge fashion.
These classic eight eyelet lace-up boots (pictured left, £130) are not only footwear for a lifetime but a trendy way to step back in time.
Cargo pants, originally a military design, found the height of their fame in the Nineties.
These trousers with drip effect (pictured right, £49.99), worn with a suitably retro pair of trainers and shirt, will complete the rave look.
The ultimate Nineties accessory, the bum bag (pictured right, £15) has been brought out for the new season in a sleek and simple black.
The shoe brand that was everywhere in the Nineties has launched the Parken (pictured left, £65).
Not only do they have a retro style, they’ve got inbuilt Air Cooled Memory Foam to keep your feet happy for a whole night of dancing.