Nothing spells grunge like shorts, a basic tee and a classic flannel shirt used as a throw-on jacket. The flannel shirt never really went outta style–proof of which is seen on the runways. Even after almost two decades, these shirts are still in vogue and almost every fast fashion brand sells them!
Music hugely influenced grunge fashion back in the ’90s and some of the coolest rock bands of the time made it to the closets of almost everyone in the form of band tees. Although the craze faded away in the middle, band tees making a comeback. Check out the Pink Floyd tee that we found on Forever21 India’s website!
You know a trend has made a comeback when the supermodel herself approves it. Kendall went full ’90s grunge with mom jeans, turtleneck top and retro sunglasses. So, if you have a pair on mom jeans lying somewhere at the back of your closet, now is the time to dig ‘em out!
While stockings were an integral part of ’90s style, fishnets in particular were the grunge-girl staple. Slip into a pair of fishnet stockings and wear your ripped denims or shorts over–the ultimate ’90s grunge girl uniform.
Flannel shirts tied around slip dresses
No ’90s grunge style was complete without a plaid flannel tied around a slip dress on the waist. This must-have outfit from the ’90s is making a strong comeback and is a favourite of anyone who loves good street-style.
Oversized denim jacket
If there’s one piece of clothing you could spot on the punk rock loving, rebel girl of the ’90s would be an oversized denim jacket, which she most probably stole from her boyfriend. Soon after, it became a staple and everyone was seen in baggy, oversized denim jackets.
Take cues from Hailey Baldwin on how to rock the classic ’90s look with a plaid shirt, denim shorts and the grunge must-have –black ankle boots. Amongst all the numerous styles of heels that are available these days, the black ankle boot still stands strong and is probably something that’ll never go out of style.