Like Coco Chanel once said, “Fashion fades, only style remains the same.” All fashion reveals itself over and over again over the decades in trends. For example, spring 2018 clothing means that ‘90s fashion is making a major comeback. If you could believe it, early ‘90s fashion is already considered vintage (I officially feel old) and according to spring 2018 clothing trends, it’s coming in hot. And while some fads should stay in the ‘90s – others have become mainstream all over again.
We’ve all seen the choker necklaces for sale on almost every jewelry website. Today, you can walk into any Sephora and take your pick from a selection of frosty lipsticks or shop at Forever 21 for holographic everything. You can even scroll through Instagram to find endless recreations of Sporty Spice-inspired track-pant outfits. But at the end of the day, it's not technically a trend until it has hit the biggest fashion runways in the world. New York Fashion Week had the nostalgia running high and they look better than ever.
Though I won't be getting chunky highlights from my hairstylist or French-tips from my manicurist any time soon, I think I'll be channeling some of the looks that I wore to death back in middle school. As for the super low-rise jeans, you'll never catch me in those ever again.
“Fashion can be bought. It is style one must possess.” – Edna Woolman Chase
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