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Audio tapes, disk phones, carbonated water appliances, and ice cream. At a distance of 30 years, we look at the everyday painting of the '90s with nostalgia. Many of the objects that were part of everyday life at the time are now museum pieces. Bemorepanda has "started" the time machine and invites you on a journey into the past.
'90s funny memes
1. Who got this?
2. Time passes by
4. Complaining now
Yes, of course we love and appreciate the music of the 70's or 80's but with the music of the 90's it was love from the first audition! Rap, grunge, r & B… so many musical currents have been born. And as the music goes hand in hand with the clothing style… and fashion has known a great diversity. For example, the grunge look, popularized by Nirvana soloist Kurt Cobain, was born and soon became the letter of the law in fashion. Damaged jeans, thick and oversized sweaters, torn tights, military boots, leather jackets - these are just some of the elements of this style.
Friends, Beverly Hills, Sex and the City… are just some of the TV shows watched around the world… that have made and continue to make history, being extremely loved. The stylish characters from the respective series continue to make their mark on our clothing style even today. Fashionistas still copy the outfits of the characters from the series they grew up with. The mini skirt, the jeans with mom's cut, the short tops with a view of the abdomen - these are some of the pieces they adore.
There are many rumors that the 1990s were perhaps the most important decade for cinema. Some of the movies were so successful that they instantly became classics. We can't imagine pop culture today without a few titles like "Pretty Woman", "Titanic", "Pulp Fiction", "Silence of the Lambs", "Matrix". 30 years after the release of these titles, we continue to pay homage to these Hollywood idols by choosing outfits inspired by our favorite movies.
6. The sun
7. Stereo stuff
8. Funny filters
In the 1990's, the music world amazed me with the diversity of genres and artists. It is the period of "one day" hits, but also the one in which songs appeared that those of the next generations call "golden". For many, this period is associated with the name of Sting, Michael Jackson or Whitney Houston, for others - with Spice Girls, Backstreet Boys or Britney Spears, who were just starting their careers. There will be those who will say that it is the time of Nirvana, those from Aerosmith or Metallica. And they will all be right. What is certain is that many of the songs from that period will be heard by future generations.
Undoubtedly, there is a kind of stereotype through which we look at the 1990s, but everyone perceives this era in a slightly different way. For example, the '90s are associated with a childhood spent in the yard, Nintendo 64, Hubba Bubba chewing gum or a walkman.
If we think about the characteristic wardrobe elements, for the first time for sure, jeans come to mind, especially denim jackets, logos and faux fur clothes. We can't forget the NBA T-shirts, hats and blouses either.
Baby One More Time - probably each of us can hum that chorus. It was the video for this song that made Britney Spears a real star. Undoubtedly, the "Princess of the People" had a distinctive style not only in music but also in fashion. Remember the sweet pink look in the video? Don't forget the crop top, which the star adores.
11. Johnny Depp
Crop tops, or short blouses that do not cover the abdomen, are an incredibly hot trend. They come in a variety of styles: from strapless tops to blouses. How about a white crop top outfit with a big logo and white sneakers from Guess? You can give up skinny pants, with a camouflage print, opting for mom fit jeans, to accentuate the climate of the '90s.
What would the '90s be without the tracksuits and the three characteristic stripes? These are just some of the symbols of that era that have returned in full force. Until recently, considered by many to be the symbol of the essence of kitsch, today they appear on the catwalks of the fashion world, being part of the athleisure trend.
Sneakerheads have gone crazy over models from the '90s, as well as contemporary models, such as the adidas Falcon. Chunky sneakers (massive shoes in a sporty style), which is often part of the Ugly Shoes trend, are now living their second youth!
The 1990s also saw an explosion of neon hues, such as bright yellow, green, pink and purple. Undoubtedly, this trend is still popular. Neon shoes, jackets, leggings, crossover bags, hats and other accessories will allow you to stand out and shine.
14. Rolling TV
15. Summer mix
The end of the last century also had a darker side. Some young people, instead of Britney, Backstreet Boys or Spice Girls, listened to Nirvana and wore grunge outfits. The 1990s also meant Nirvana, and it was Kurt Cobain.
Checkered shirt, wide sweater, wide, cropped pants and black Converse One Star sneakers. The worn-out items, which seem to have been worn by older siblings and negligently abandoned, have revealed the gloomy relationship of music with reality.
For years, grunge style is still an inspiration. Although it moves away from the depressive aspect, it is often worn with plaid shirts, especially red and black. Martens-style rock shoes are also in vogue.
16. Childhood pleasure
17. Nokia fossil
18. Mother’s room
19. Music changes
21. Awesome childhood
22. Sensitive generation
24. Out of the car
25. So excited
27. Dolphin vibes
28. Pizza Hut
29. Expecting you
30. Stress vibes
31. Pizza lovers
33. Best evenings
34. Magic Schoolbus
35. Jim Carrey
36. Classical literature
37. Forbidden fruit
38. So old
40. Too close to TV