Grunge brought flannel back with a vengeance. Popularized by the grunge music scene based in Seattle, the look usually involved thrift store type items. Outdoor apparel like a flannel shirt paired with a winter hat was a common look.
Skidz and Zubaz were super colorful and comfortable drawstring pants popularized by teen shows like Saved By The Bell.
Overalls gained back popularity in the early 90s. Bonus if you wore them with just one strap done (see 90s Looks)
Biker Shorts were not just used for working out in the early 90s, they were actually a popular fashion item worn standalone, or under a short skirt.
Gaudy Nylon Windbreaker jackets were a very popular 90s Fashion item. The brighter the better!
Hypercolor Tees were shirts that changed color when heat was applied. This often came in the form of body heat leaving a hand print on the shirt.
Jeans that made it appear like you had just gone through a fight with a rabid wolverine were a popular 90s Fashion look.ultra-wide straight legged denim jeans featuring elaborate pocket logos and a unique street look
JNCO jeans had ultra-wide straight legs. They also bore elaborate pocket logos and were popular in urban areas.
The air-cushioned Doc Marten boots were absolutely THE thing to wear on your feet in the 90s if you were a girl. Guys just wanted to be like Mike and therefore went with the Air Jordan basketball shoes.
Slap Bracelets were bracelets that could be completely straightened out. The straightened bracelet is then slapped against the wearer's arm, causing the bands to wrap around the wrist.
Probably the most famous hairstyle of the 1990s was the one popularized by Jennifer Aniston in 1994. The cut was named after her character Rachel Green on the hit TV show Friends.
Popularized by rappers like Kid N Play and the Fresh Prince, these very flat topped haircuts were popular in the 90s.
The cast of the nighttime soap 90210 were mostly responsible for the reemergence of long sideburns on guys during the mid 90s.
Wearing your baseball cap backwards, for some reason, became a popular fashion trend in the 90s.
We really don't get this look, but it was popular in the rap community for a while in the 90s and was worn often by rapper LL Cool J.
This was a sub category of the 90s Overall fashion item... You wore them with one strap undone.