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90's Fashion Help

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We are having a contest at work to dress up in the fashion of the decades. My team has the 90's. We've already talked about grunge. I thought of wearing my clothes backward like Kriss Kross but nobody had any clue what I was talking about. :doh:

Suggestions, kittens?

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I can't really think of any style besides grunge that stands out from the '90's....maybe baby doll dresses, a la Courtney Love???? Otherwise, I can't remember any specific trend

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^ I wouldn't want to wear suits every day but I think they look quite nice.

Fin, take those silly clothes off and get with the 2000's.

Hmm... I think emo clothes and hair would suit me just fine.

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Ok, first, don't shower or shave for about 3 days, then find a bunch of orange, teal and purple XL clothes to wear, throw in an oversized flannel, a backwards hat, and some glasses the size of dinner plates, and you're good to go.

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Go on eBay (or maybe your closet), and get one of those "Co-ed Naked (insert activity)" shirts. This trend actually started in the '80s, but peaked in the '90s.

Sadly, the Totally Krossed out look never caught on.

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I've pretty much decided to go goth, btw.

Interesting. In the UK, Goth was distinctly 80s: early 80s, in fact. Bauhaus, Banshees, Sisters Of Mercy, The Mission, Alien Sex Fiend, Fields Of tHe Nephilim, et al. (Leeds was Goth Centre of the Universe for a few years; in the wake of The Sisters Of Mercy came a load of vaguely similar outfits and a thriving Goth Club-scene). In the UK, by the end of the 80s Goth was dead as a doornail, or gone underground. Ne'er a Goth to be seen in the 90s, apart from in certain favoured haunts.

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