Fashion Trends From Last Decade Still Popular Today

ESU Sophomore, Kyndra Goodwyn, in 90’s inspired trends like ripped jeans and a leather jacket. Photo Credit / Kyndra Goodwyn
ESU Sophomore, Kyndra Goodwyn, in 90’s inspired trends like ripped jeans and a leather jacket. Photo Credit / Kyndra Goodwyn
ESU Sophomore, Kyndra Goodwyn, in 90’s inspired trends like ripped jeans and a leather jacket. Photo Credit / Kyndra Goodwyn

ESU Sophomore, Kyndra Goodwyn, in 90’s inspired trends like ripped jeans and a leather jacket.
Photo Credit / Kyndra Goodwyn

By Natasha Punch
Contributing Writer

As the 2016 fall semester comes to an end at East Stroudsburg University (ESU), I can’t help but notice the prominent ‘90s fashion throughout campus.

The ultimate ‘90s fall fashion trends are in every fashion magazine or fashion blog, and also on ESU’s own campus.

Fashion’s biggest editorial giants such as such as Harper’s Bazaar, Vogue, Elle and W magazine are all promoting and celebrating ‘90s fashion looks.

Gina Moore, a Junior at ESU commented on the trend, “I get the most compliments on my Mom’s jeans.

I asked my mom if I can have her old jeans because it’s so in style right now. It’s an eye catcher. So I definitely know that ‘90s style is back in.”, she says.

“My mom always told me that everything always comes back in style,” Gina concluded.

I talked to a couple of students asking them about what trends they noticed popping up on campus.

The half up half down hairstyle is very popular. Off the shoulder looks are seen everywhere, whether it is on campus or on Rihanna’s latest music video.

The fashion trend that was popular over a decade ago is now back in style.

Fall fashion for women is all about mastering a sweater look and of course a bold lipstick.

The bold lipstick look was one of the ‘90s biggest fashion statements that’s regained popularity over the years.

“I love to implement ‘90s vibes in my wardrobe because it allows me to express my professionalism with a spice of my own style.

I love the cross between contemporary and vintage,” said Kyndra Goodwyn, a Sophomore at ESU.

I thoroughly enjoyed seeing ‘90s fashion all throughout ESU this semester.

Seeing students have their own take on ‘90s fashion just shows that fashion trends will always repeat themselves.

Email Natasha at:
npunch@live.eesu.edu

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