Goth Grunge, Skater Goth
& 90's Punk
Depending on what you were into, is what you experienced during the 90s.
The 90s were the peak of Goth, Grunge & Skater Punk and frequently, elements of style bled interchangeably.
The 90s presented Black Metal into a larger audience, saw the rise and fall of Grunge, was smack in the middle of 3rd wave Punk Rock, saw the reemergence of the witch in modern media.
It made flannel a fashion statement, and by adopting the style after it's Punk Rock Grandfather - made plaids a staple in Goth fashion. From band shirts to baby tees, torn tights and leggins to wide legged pants and baggy jeans - the 90s had it all.
T-Shirts & T-Shirt Dresses
T-Shirts have always been a pretty big deal.
They're the easiest way to express your mood, opinions and what bands you like without saying a word.
The 90s loved it's satire and fought to keep the freedom to express it.
Skater skirts scream 90s fashion; especially plaid.
If you disagree, you just weren't there.
They look great with leggins underneath or tights.
They work with just about anything and can be worn in any season, depending on what else you have on with it.
If it isn't obvious by now, the plaids are a personal favorite.
A lot of people say that the 90s where minimalist and toned down.
That wasn't my experience.
The early 90s introduced hyper-layering, bright colors and bold, loud and angular prints from the 80s were a holdover.
If you were lucky enough to be a young adult during the 90s, you were definitely an 80s baby first. You'll notice that many of my leggins have matching skirts. This is largely because I want to give an option to those who like the patterns and style, but want to opt for more coverage or to keep the look during chillier weather.
Our leggins are more expensive than what you can get in some other retail markets, however, they are all sewn by hand here in the United States, and are super strong with reliable prints.
You will get a long life from our leggins, and they will keep your legs warm during chilly weather, as the fabric is thick.
Boots and shoes. The chunkier, the better in most cases.
90s fashion is unapologetic...right down to the feet.