The ’90s were a time of excess, and that’s exactly what makes them so fun. You can look back at this decade and think about all the things you loved and wish they could be brought back like college students wearing baby-doll dresses to class; Winona Ryder’s iconic baby blue sweater set in Reality Bites, or Marky Mark’s Calvin Klein underwear campaign. Instead of rehashing these iconic moments from our past, let’s explore some more creative yet simple ways to put together your theme outfits:
The Spice Girls were a British girl group formed in 1994, consisting of Melanie Brown, Victoria Beckham (Mel B), Emma Bunton (Geri Halliwell), and Melanie Chisholm. They came to prominence as the most successful pop act of the 1990s. Their songs were mainly about love and relationships with lyrics such as “Wannabe” or “Spice up Your Life”.
Mariah Carey’s iconic “Dream lover” outfit is a great option for your next theme party. The outfit consists of:
The accessories are pre-itself-explanatory: white hat, white shoes, glove you get the idea!
Winona Ryder’s baby-doll dress in Reality Bites is one of the most iconic outfits from the 90s. The soft pink color and flowing skirt are perfect for a party with your best friends, but you can wear them to them any event where you want to feel young again!
The best part about this outfit? It’s super easy to find! Just search ’90s’ on Etsy or Amazon (or wherever else you like shopping) and voila, there it is the perfect pick-me-up for your next theme party.
Marky Mark was the face of Calvin Klein. He was known for wearing their underwear in ads and on stage with his band, The Funky Bunch. His style was so iconic that it has become a staple of ’90s fashion:
Cher Horowitz’s wardrobe was a mix of vintage and new items. Her style was inspired by Madonna’s and her mother’s, friends, and even other characters in movies like Clueless.
You can recreate this look by using an old-school white shirt paired with a colorful scarf or tunic. Add some legwear (the pair of jeans) to complete the look!
Scrunchies are back, and we’re not mad about it. Whether you’re looking for a way to tie up your hair or want something different than the standard ponytail, the scrunchie style is the way to go. You can wear them alone or in combination with a headband or clip-on bowtie.
Well, that’s it for this week. Remember, these are just the tip of the iceberg for what you can do with your party theme! The possibilities are endless. And since you have done so much research already, don’t forget to make sure your guests feel welcome and comfortable by providing plenty of seating options plus, a bar if necessary.