Men, and especially women, wore cowboy boots even in the summer. Calvin Klein, Fendi and Isabel Marant are just a few famous designers who pioneered the urban cowboy boot. People wore them with anything — pants, shorts, long and short dresses…. Everything worked.
Chunky-knit sweaters were popular in the 90s. They appear to be making a comeback as evident from the 2018 runways of Vivienne Tam, Fendi and Isabel Marant. The only problem — how do you choose? The pattern options seem endless.
Blazer, T-shirt, and jeans
This combination is perfect for a casual setting; it should never go out of style. It’s very simple and it’s an established way of wearing a blazer — it’s been around for about 40 years. Blazers can be easily matched with formal outfits. Keep it simple and stick to no branding and slim fitting.
Slip skirts were at the helm of 90s fashion. These skirts are simple and elegant and fit nicely with almost any kind of shoes — sandals, high heels, or (cowboy) boots. They are a simple choice for any occasion.
Bell-bottom jeans were the rage in the mid-70s, especially in the disco scene. Perhaps the most famous image of someone wearing these trousers that widen from the knees down is of John Travolta in “Saturday Night Fever.”