If you’re old enough to have worn the fashion for the first time, you might not want to bother this time around, but for those who were born after the ’80s the ’90s fashion is the way to go for men this season. Think retro kicks and sliders, and if you’re stuck for ideas, check out an old Blur album cover. Casual kit is the order of the day, boasting clean lines and streetwear details, and full-on tracksuits have made it out of the comedy sketch shows. Here are five items you need to have in your ’90s-inspired wardrobe this spring.
An ASOS Oversized Sweatshirt with Colour Block is as simple an item as they come, but it’s also bang on point when it comes to this spring’s ’90s trend. It’s really easy to wear and is just right for a night out in your local beer garden. This is the really great thing about this trend: you can look as if you’ve just spent the day lying on the couch watching telly whilst still being as fashionable as they come. Take the second item on our list – a pair of skinny joggers. Now you don’t even need to get out of your slouchwear for a night on the tiles. If you still need a name on your pants, try a pair of Adidas NEO Men’s Skinny Fit Jog Pants for size.
You’re bound to get lots of wear out of a Navy Cotton Bomber Jacket from Topman. It’s perfect for spring and a multitude of occasions. Wear it over a shirt to fashion up your workwear or with jeans for an Easter night out. Stick a pair of Adidas Samba Super Shoes on your feet and you’re sure to be rocking the look. A good pair of trainers is a must-have if you really want to ride high in the fashion stakes this season, so be prepared to splash out a little and make savings elsewhere. A pair of joggers isn’t going to cost you a fortune, is it?
There’s only one thing that can top of your spring/summer outfit – a bucket hat. There are lots of fresh and funky designs and prints out there right now, or you could just keep it sleek and simple with a Navy Blue Cotton Pique Bucket Hat from Lacoste.