For many of us, fashion is just something we use to stay looking good. For others, we are trying to make a statement. But as for the current trends and styles all over magazines, blogs, and fashion shows, it is very obvious we have crossed my beloved 80’s era. I was in love with style because it brought so many futuristic aspects and types of clothing and make-up that had never been used before. Now we are entering the early 90’s. If any of you remember singers like Ice-Cube, Pre-Snoop Lion’s age of Snoop Doggy Dogg, and Salt-n-Pepper. We are slowly but surely entering the early phases of the baggy pants, oversized jerseys, and somewhat gang affiliated influence in our clothing.
So, do not be surprised if those high-raised, hair sprayed bangs come in within the next couple of years. One thing I am glad to not seeing much of are those unsightly thinly drawn eyebrows. But we will are currently seeing those dark maroon lips, so expect to be seeing black lined lips with nude lipstick or sometimes red lipstick with black lining. This was a dreaded thing for me to anticipate since I think that the 90’s was one of the most depressing and pointless eras in fashion where laziness rapidly made its way into the everyday clothing of celebrities and stars. It replaced the elegant emeralds and diamond necklaces with bulky gold chains and tacky-looking lace chokers. Fur coats and gowns were traded for sneakers and miniskirts in the mid 90’s grunge faze.
So maybe you don’t care where the styles you are wearing come from, but you should care about where they are going. I am particularly scared to death of those ugly thick-heeled high heels that look like shoes worn by statesmen in the industrial revolution. So, if you like the style and where it is going, just start searching for “Cholo Style”, “Grunge”, or anything within the early 90’s. I predict those cheesy Chinese prints will be back within two to three years. For more fashion predictions and history on trends and styles stay tuned. We also encourage you comment and ask us about future trends and their history.