Riding the Time Machine: How to Nail the 90's Fashion Revival for Kids

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Riding the Time Machine: How to Nail the 90's Fashion Revival for Kids

Want to relive your favorite decade through your kids’ fashion? Look no further than the 90's duo! The 90's have made a full-fledged comeback into our sartorial choices, and it's time to translate this trend into kids fashion.

Are you excited? We're excited. In fact, we've got so many clothes we're practically swimming in plaid flannel!

Classic TV Show Inspiration

Remember 'Friends,' 'Fresh Prince of Bel-Air', 'Dawson's Creek'? How could we not want to dress our children in the same 'cool kid' vibe that our beloved characters were rocking? From overalls to neon sweatshirts, 90's kids fashion was all about comfort and style combined. Remember making fun of your parents for their fashion choices as a kid? Well, now's your chance to turn the tables with your own little fashionista.

Denim All the Way

Dungarees, denim jackets, and mom jeans - the 90's were definitely denim-heavy. And guess what? Denim's versatility and ruggedness make it a perfect material for kids' fashion. Just remember, when it comes to denim, there's no such thing as too much. Honestly, if a denim hat existed, we'd probably recommend that too (no judgment here).

90's Sports Luxe

The era witnessed an explosion of sports luxe through tracksuits, oversized jerseys, and chunky sneakers. Emulating these styles will not only have your kids looking trendy but also feeling comfortable - a parent’s dream!

Famous designer Coco Chanel once said, 'Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only. Fashion is in the sky, in the street; fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening.' This aligns perfectly with children's fashion; it should be about being playful, creative, and comfortable, just like being a kid.

Reviving the Iconic Prints

From dynamic polka dots to funky fresh fruit prints, the 90's were all about unique and bold designs. Remember tie-dye and plaid? They both can translate perfectly into today's kids fashion and make quite a statement.

A friendly reminder, before you venture into the 90's kid’s fashion, make sure to keep a balance. While incorporating these trends, it’s essential to ensure your child’s comfort above all else. You wouldn't want their only memory of the 90's fashion to be 'my parents dressed me up like Ross from Friends.'

Now go forth, and let your kids shine in the glorious splendor of 90's fashion. And remember, as long as you're not trying to replicate the 'Rachel' haircut on your 3-year-old, you're probably doing fine.