Get your oversized graphic tees and wide-leg jeans ready because we are going back in time to look at some old shows that are influencing some of the fashion choices we make today.
Whether its crop tops, wide legged jeans or check tennis skirts, there is no denying that 1990’s and 2000’s fashion inspires how people dress, substantially.
Gen Z’s are heavily inspired by vintage fashion due to their growing interest in sustainable fashion which promotes thrifting or buying pre-owned items.
Here are some shows to watch if you want to get fashion inspiration from some of the most iconic shows from the 1990’s and the early 2000’s.
Sex & The City
If you are into trendy items and are obsessed with dresses and luxury shoes then Sex & The City is the perfect choice. Whether you are Carrie Bradshaw, Samantha Jones, Miranda Hobbes or Charlotte York Goldenblatt, this show will introduce you to 90’s glam.
If you love the ’it girl’ aesthetic then look out for Carrie, between her tulle skirts and luxury shoes, she will leave you spending all your money to ensure that you have something breathtaking to wear on a night out. If you are more into the trendy androgynous look then Miranda is your girl.
Even though it has been 26 years since this movie was released, the fashion is as trendy now as it was then.
Whether its the baby tees, athleisure, slip dresses or of course the check tennis skirt, Clueless is a gift that keeps on giving.
Most people are obsessed with Cher’s sense of style in the movie but Dionne and Tai serve some iconic looks as well.
This show will have your head spinning with all the twist and turns in the story line but all the fashion inspiration will be worth it.
With a larger cast this means there are plenty of iconic fashion moments that you will see from the early 2000’s. Serena’s boho aesthetic and her spin on the schools uniform will leave you wanting to hit your nearest mall for a shopping spree.
The show is getting a remake which will probably serve even more inspiration for your closet.
Boyz n the hood
If your street style needs an upgrade then Boyz n the Hood is the perfect movie for you.
Between the snap backs with Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Dodgers logos, the denim on denim looks and colourful ensembles, this 90’s film encompasses the street culture aesthetic perfectly.
I am almost certain that everyone wanted to be a law school student after the iconic movie Legally Blonde was released in 2001. Elle Woods’ determination to overcome her colleagues’ low expectations of her will inspire you to chase after your dreams in style.
From her pink faux leather look to the fluffy scarves and her chihuahua purse, Elle will inspire you to add some feminine pieces into your wardrobe.