Fashion in the 1990s was characterized by a rejection of the aging decades of the 60s, 70s, and 80s, as priority shifted to body piercing, tattooing, and branding. The dress code prominently changed to the casual jeans, T-shirts, shorts, sweatshirts and hooded jackets. Here is a look at some of the top fashion trends for the men in the golden 90s.
For sports lovers, this was the favorite look. The Baseball Caps flooded the dressing market all over the world. Amazingly, they never bothered to combine it with both formal and informal attire
The loafers and formal, laced shoes became extinct species as sports shoes ruled the streets. Sports shoes were no longer a reserve of the field or basketball court, but could instead be spotted even in the offices.
Leather Macho Look
In the 1990s men were tempted to adopt the tough Macho personality, probably to unleash the wild, manly nature in them. They enjoyed wearing tight fitting leather jackets, leather pants, and leather coats. The Combative Army and Black Leather Jackets became increasingly sought after.
Baggy Trousers and Jeans
With the increasing popularity of hip-hop music, its influence swept widely among the hip-hop fans. The hip-hop culture characterized by loose, sagging baggy jeans and baggy pants were at play. Dull shades of blue, gray and black were equally embraced. Hip hop lovers wore low waist trousers displaying boxer shorts with the Calvin Klein label.
One Pant Rolled Up Look
Whatever they were after is yet to be discovered. Ideally, the one pant rolled up look was like the typical pelican standing on one leg.
Graphic Tees were the preferred street casual appearance. Men absolutely fell in love with this funny trend in the 1990s.
Any crazy person would be forgiven for thinking that the wearer of the mood ring was actually engaged or married. The name even seemed to suggest that the color of the ring changed with the mood of the wearer. If you never sported this ring in the 1990s, you certainly aren’t trendy.
Grungy Flannelled Shirts
With the introduction of the Grungy Punk rock music in the early 90s, came the Grungy shirts. Men were crazy about these loosely fitting shirts with immense thickness. Coupled with men’s boots, these shirts portrayed a typical cowboy in the village.
Though the preceding years were characterized by pomp and glamor, the 90s portrayed the casual, relaxed attire. The 90s still stand out as the golden years of fashion and trends, since most of what is worn today originate from this splendid period of emerging trends.