The 90's were more subdued and slacker than the 80's. Grunge is not about wearing anything new, and true grunge is when you get some jeans and rip them yourself. Hair does not really matter; it can be long or short, preferably messy, as if you have just woken up. If you like, you can dye your hair different colours. If you like, you can dye your hair different colors People started breaking free of the big hair, cookie-cutter styles and experimenting. I don't think the 90's were a lull in style, just a transition. Haute Couture was able to use that time to step back from showmanship and shock value and return to good lines and tailoring. Because the bigger 90's trends like grunge and bright colours and short skirts (like in clueless) are just not as extreme as say the 80's biggest trends. There definitely are a lot of trends that you could say have evolved from the 90's now, but I think this can be said with any generation, and since it doesn't feel like that long ago, you don't notice how jeans are still low wasted, or how people still wear clogs (but maybe now they just added a heel). I think it's just a matter of time. It's like that saying, everything comes back around as we know. 1980s fashion still dominated until the dawn of Grunge in early 1991, and the neon influence lasted as late as 1994. This included acid wash jeans, spandex tights, tie dye, fluorescent colours, and black leather biker jackets. Madonna continued to be a fashion inspiration for girls and young women. One of the most significant events in 1990s fashion was the rise of grunge fashion in 1991. Grunge fashion consisted of both sexes wearing flannel shirts and other typical outdoor clothing, often bought in thrift shops. The rise of grunge fashion coincided with the rise to mainstream popularity of grunge music from Seattle. Popular colours in grunge fashion included white, black, red, forest green, indigo, and brown.
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