These ‘90s Trends Are Making a Comeback in 2022

These ‘90s Trends Are Making a Comeback in 2022

Aug 1st 2022

For the last 10 years, pop culture has piggy-backed on ‘90s revival, and there’s no sign of it stopping. Although Gen-Z is trying to make an early 2000s revival, we all know that fashion in the ‘90s has no match against other decades. From low-rise jeans to miniskirts, baseball jerseys, and trucker hats, the ‘90s are coming back 30 years later. Let’s look at these ‘90s trends that are coming back in 2022.

Low-Rise Everything

Someone’s dream is another’s nightmare. If you’ve been on social media, you would know that low-rise everything is coming back in full force. Everyone sets their bottoms below the waist, from sophisticated trousers to bootcut jeans to cargo pants to skirts. Pop culture icons like Britney Spears, Paris Hilton, Beyonce, and more popularized this trend.

Athleisure Sets

The ‘90s were big on matching athleisure sets. These activewear sets are popular because you can dress them up or down with the right sneakers and accessories. You can pair your athleisure set with a Texas trucker hat or bucket hat. Either way, when you put on your athleisure biker short set, you’re paying respect to all the ‘90s trendsetters.


Logomania has been a trend since 2018 and slowed down during the pandemic. However, now the world is opening up, and everyone is showing off their designer clothing again. From the SKIMS x Fendi collab to Louis Vuitton’s iconic print, everyone is styling their logos in a less flashy way. Pair your designer items with more modest items, like an all-black outfit or T-shirt and jeans, to give an effortlessly flawless look.

Mini Skirts

Everyone says thank you to Miu Miu and Prada for bringing back the beloved mini skirt. Although this trend can be a bit controversial, you can pair your skirt with a cropped cardigan or tone it down with a blazer. Either way, you will make heads turn with your mini skirt!

There are so many more ‘90s trends that are coming back in 2022. These trends are taking over TikTok, Instagram, and Twitter for people to reminisce or create their looks from nostalgia. Get your lip gloss and bubblegum ready to participate in the ‘90s revival.