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Top Trends 2020… according to Pinterest ! ǀ Fashion, Interiors, Pop Culture ǀ Justine Leconte


Hi everyone, it’s Justine. Every year
pinterest publishes the reports about the trends that they see growing on
their website. it’s fun to look into because it’s what actual people like you
and me have been searching on the platform so you can’t say oh no this is
not a trend certainly not because it’s based on actual figures right so on
worldwide search volumes to be precise you can however absolutely say whoa
this is not a trend where I live certainly not and that’s where it gets
interesting every year I do this video and every year I stumble across things
and trends and keywords that I had not noticed that are absolutely not trending
where I am which is Germany and it makes me think so I hope that in this video
you will find inspiration just like I did while preparing and researching for
it as every year I built boards of these trends on my own Pinterest account which
is here you’re welcome to have a look in there and keep the pins that you like
for your own boards the first trend has to do with moving away from binary
gender considerations you see that very clearly it’s extremely visible in
fashion unisex brands are sprouting up like mushrooms especially when you look
at street style labels same thing for organic labels which is a different
category where it finds inspiration somewhere else but they’re also creating
campaigns where you see couples wearing the same kind of t-shirt or they will
write that this t-shirt is a unisex fit or they will use the same size table for
men and women and let’s be honest measuring men’s next to determine their
shoe sizes was not a very good system anyway non-binary looks are also more
and more common in show business starting with kpop brands typically like
it yes whose fame really radiates way beyond the borders of their own country
they cultivate an androgynous look which includes the outfit of course but also
the hairstyle and the makeup men wearing makeup
generally speaking isn’t a rare thing anymore and if you think about it
when getting ready for women involves putting on some makeup
why couldn’t we expect or accepts the same thing for men so
or people exactly searching on Pinterest androgynous wedding dresses tuxedo dress
a remarkable one by the way was designed by the designer Christian Siriano for
the Academy Awards last year it was worn by Billy Porter and since then both
mass-market brands and fast fashion brands have picked up on that trend then
gender-neutral haircuts not just for long hair for short hair for men as if
that was one single category it’s decidedly more something in between that
blurs the lines a little bit and I find that quite refreshing then become worse
that I’m personally very happy about if I may put a bit of my own opinion in
this report lists of gender-neutral names for a future baby unisex
gender-neutral kids clothes I like that because I am from friends and friends
little girls are supposed to wear pink and it will boys blue they are pre
decided lists of toys that are appropriate to give little girls versus
toys for little boys there are unspoken rules about how you’re supposed to
educate your child based on his saw head agenda and I find that difficult when a
friend of my got a baby and I went to buy a teddy bear for the child
the salesperson asked me well we have many different colors is it a boy or a
girl and I thought it’s teddy bear why does the color matter and I don’t want
pink and I don’t want blue anyway to put things into perspective in previous
centuries and friends when we still have Kings male royal children would wear
pink not blue because pink was the softer color made from red and red was
the color of the kings so I don’t really know when that switched and why we are
currently obsessed with little girls having to wear pink but I digress here
let’s come back to the Pinterest report the next booming trend is about a more
conscious consumption and living style my Instagram feed right now is full of
posts where you can tell that the people posting are starting to question the way
they live their lives and whether they can make
their lifestyle more sustainable on all levels I would say for example low-waist
lifestyle is a growing search term you can also find many tutorials on YouTube
dealing with how to get closer to zero waste in your bathroom or in your
kitchen typically eco-friendly swaps means
replacing a consumption item a disposable item by a more sustainable
option for instance replacing cotton makeup removing pads by a washable cloth
how to make your own deodorant instead of buying a chemical one and then throw
away the plastic packaging if you’re new to this topic of conscious living and
zero waste in particular do have a look at my Pinterest board because in there I
gather super insightful blog posts on how to get you started how to tutorials
etc as well as lists of brands that are either super sustainable or even already
zero waste this sustainable consumption trend is also absolutely influencing the
fashion industry people look for low waste wedding thrifted wedding dress
because it’s a fair point right why puts so much money into a garment
that you will only wear once secondhand fashion is another one and
three stores who are active on instagram should definitely also share their
photos on Pinterest because there are people really are looking for
inspiration before they consider actually buying something thrift store
crafts that are trending include for instance how to repurpose an old dresser
by painting it how to repurpose in old straw baskets how to restore a retouch
it’s good that we are learning this kind of skill again and making things with
your hands is super satisfying the next trend 90s revival tell me you didn’t see
that one coming we know this is a current trend but the fun thing here is
to look at which elements are reappearing today from that decade and
I’d like to ask you a question here before moving on please pause this video
if you remember the 90s the first time around and tell me in the comments what
for you was typical of that decade what do you remember in my case that would be
the Spice Girls all the boys bands a mix of them they
were all pretty similar in the buffalo shoes nanananana right so what is your thing from the 90s
now let’s see what is making the cut on Pinterest hair scrunchie I would
question whether that’s the most important thing to remember from the 90s
okay then we have hair clips nineties where I think okay maybe I’m just wrong
and that was actually all about hair then comes the word y2k outfits and I
had to look up what that actually means at the end of the 90s they were new
technical fabrics used very often in monochromatic looks that looked super
futuristic thing of this huge curved sunglasses out of science fiction movies
rubber reinvented vinyl gore-tex this kind of thing an obsession for the
coming year 2000 problem your 2k y2k that’s where the name is coming from
when people thought that all computers would stop working on December 31st
remember that and at the end of the 90s we also saw the rise of huge logos Prada
Gucci monograms printed all over vans and all the skateboard friends look at
the brand supreme today their concept is the same right it’s one huge logo red
and white it’s very 90s inspired in the end and now that I know what y2k
actually means I’m thinking it can very well be the rooting inspiration behind
Kemp Kemp was the theme of last year’s Met Gala metropolitan museum gala in New
York I do a video about this every year reviewing who is best dress based on the
theme and in that video which I link here and down below I’m explaining also
what Kemp means because it’s a complex concept but currently I feel like that’s
a major theme influencing pop culture and to conclude this 90s revival we have
the buzzwords hip hop street wear and grunge fashion that’s no surprise
because they all were major cultural developments and you’ll go down the
rabbit hole if you type these words in because the amount of pins is endless
really fun I also wanted to share some bonus trends that have nothing to do
with fashion actually but that looked really pretty
and if you enjoy beautiful pins you can have a look at these ones as well
French antiques Spanish style bathrooms and then my two favorite ones Australian
garden landscaping you’d be surprised what comes up when you type in that word
and bring outdoors inside and these two made me very curious because if you
think about it the next logical step after wanting to
leave a more conscious environmentally friendly lifestyle is to want to bring
more nature into your daily environment as well and that means into your home it
makes so much sense thumbs up if you enjoyed this video thank you very much
let me know in the comments which words you’re going to start pinning about now
after watching this if you want more inspiration from Pinterest I did the
same video last year and the trends were completely different I will link that
video here as well as down below in the description and I will add another one
in here and there as well about trends but this time from the runways it’s a
completely different source of inspiration but I feel like taking
inspiration from different sources makes it more holistic and more elevated don’t
forget to subscribe to this channel before you go watch something else and I
also want to address special thank you to everyone of you who helps translate
my videos by contributing subtitles in all possible languages you guys are
amazing because that helps make the videos accessible to more people all
around the world so thank you very much for your help I will see you soon in a
new video and until then take care

Jean Kelley

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100 COMMENTS

  1. Justine Leconte officiel Posted on March 1, 2020 at 11:20 am

    Hi everyone! My first video after the break… I hope that you'll enjoy it & that you'll tell me your favorite thing(s) from the 90's 😉 Also, we are moving new uploads from Sunday to WEDNESDAY – it's the day that won in the survey 🥳 See you soon, here or on Instagram 💛

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  2. Leah Holmes Posted on March 5, 2020 at 7:55 am

    Hi Justine! Love your videos!
    You mentioned the switch of pink for boys to blue…..it was due to WW2. Nazis would use a pink triangle as an identifier for homosexuality. Pink then came to represent femininity.

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  3. Elsabe van der Sijde Posted on March 5, 2020 at 10:37 am

    Great video as always, Justine! Thank you

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  4. maaike verbeke Posted on March 5, 2020 at 12:02 pm

    long story short: pink used to be for boys in most of Europe and blue for girl until Hitler decided that the label for gay people is pink and then all men kind of went… I am a man but I am not gay so I don't want to be assosiated with pink. In the Netherlands, however, pink is still kind of associated with baby boys.

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  5. Iris Gaillard Posted on March 5, 2020 at 12:22 pm

    Baby colours switched from Blue to Pink quite recently in History, in the 50's. Apparently because of Grace Kelly, single handily! With the birth of her children in Monaco.

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  6. Alex r. Posted on March 5, 2020 at 1:07 pm

    Typisch für die neunziger sind die aufblasbaren Plastiksessel und Couches (eigentlich wary alles aus Plastik) , die Supermodels und Baywatch 😂

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  7. Tatty Uki Posted on March 5, 2020 at 2:31 pm

    In (90s I was living in Russia and it was all about bright colored leggings.

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  8. Linda V Posted on March 5, 2020 at 4:29 pm

    I was a teenager during the 90's but do not miss the 90's. My dress style is my own mix of vintage style clothing new and secondhand. I love the 50's, 60's and 70's style. Love casual sporty, bohemian chic and classic dressed up looks. Also love prints and most colours except beige and taupe.

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  9. Svetlana Knight Posted on March 5, 2020 at 5:25 pm

    Great information from a beautiful and intelligent lady ❤️

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  10. K W Posted on March 5, 2020 at 9:05 pm

    what I remember about the 90's: a lot of metallics, hair scrunchies, straight bangs with curly hair a la Stevie Nicks "Other Side of the Mirror" album, big hair teased to the gods… other than that, working a whole lot.

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  11. Marilyn du Kek Posted on March 5, 2020 at 9:31 pm

    I personally am a feminin/girly woman, so my baby girl gets pink and feminine colors, I go for Pink teddy and the pink diy hammer and nails set or the cars that are pink of glittery. I have NO problem with parents choosing to teach their girl to be a lady, or their boys to be,I guess boys. Yes, these are unspoken rules and I have no issue with it just like I have no issue with people who choose to dress their children in genderless clothing. To EACH HIS OWN

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  12. Penny B Posted on March 5, 2020 at 10:16 pm

    Good music, the big hair, Jane Fonda videos, cheap tuition!, thick all cotton champion sweatshirts with leggings! A horrible trend. Permed hair. Another hard to look at trend. And acid wash. Yikes!

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  13. sarah williams Posted on March 6, 2020 at 12:14 am

    The 90s was all about Nirvana and grunge for me

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  14. wheredepony Posted on March 6, 2020 at 2:00 am

    Nice to see you back!

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  15. Mari Prieto Posted on March 6, 2020 at 5:37 am

    I think I saw somewhere, and I might be wrong, the pink thing came in during Nazi Germany. I thought homosexuals were made to wear pink triangles just like how Jewish people had to wear the Stat or David on their arms. After that, pink was consider a less masculine color and more associated with women. However, I an probably wrong about this informatoon and there must have been sooner instances of gender color associations.

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  16. Animalia Posted on March 6, 2020 at 9:08 am

    90's for me – grunge, alternative music, coffee shops, kate moss – so happy that you are back Justine xo

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  17. Mleine Posted on March 6, 2020 at 9:20 am

    The 90’s🥰 Levi’s jeans, big sweaters, listening to music from cassettes, grunge

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  18. Rosina Savino Posted on March 6, 2020 at 10:07 am

    Spice girls!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  19. Geralyn Trejo Posted on March 6, 2020 at 10:44 am

    From the 90s I remember baggy clothes for the guys be it shorts and t-shirts or suits and jackets. For girls matte makeup, dark lips and that godawful pale glitter eyeshadow that almost every girl wore in high School!! And those thick black rope necklace bands

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  20. Natalie Haeusgen Posted on March 6, 2020 at 5:19 pm

    Skater Boys wich baggy jeans. Reminded me always on toddlers with full Pampers.

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  21. Ana Garcia Posted on March 6, 2020 at 7:55 pm

    Yes I remember Spice Girls! I love them! My Jingles are my favorite and my black plastic choker with a little Rose pendant I wore everyday lol also, big chunky. Oversized t-shirts also oh, it was cool to be a tomboy.

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  22. kirstinbrie Posted on March 6, 2020 at 8:54 pm

    My 90's memories: denim overalls, short t-shirts over a long-sleeved t-shirt, mock-neck crop tops, many butterfly clips in hair, space-buns, bindis (think Gwen Stefani), Green Day and the Offspring, and hanging out in coffee-shops (like the characters in Friends).

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  23. Janna Willard Posted on March 6, 2020 at 10:46 pm

    My son turned 5 yesterday and the teddy bear he’s had all his life is brown. Gendering toys like that is weird.

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  24. Bridgette Posted on March 7, 2020 at 12:24 am

    I became a teenager in 1991, a child who loved grunge culture and totally hated hip-hop clothing, music was ok … sloppy jeans, keppers, with baggy stussy t-shirts so unflattering. My parent's were broke so my wardrobe was mostly hand-me-downs. I had to be creative with my style sourcing tips from magazines & the supermodels of that era, I loved Linda & dreamed of becoming a fashion photographer. My friend's still state I was way ahead of pop culture & funky with my style. Heroin chick/Kate Moss was popular but even though I was an AU6-8 I was way too curvy for that look. LV made a massive comeback and owing a Speedy became a life goal. It was realised 16 years after the campaign on a trip to Paris buying a Speedy from their flagship store making my 14 year-old self very giddy. The weirdest trend was shooting bullets holes into jeans to grunge them up like the stars on 90210.

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  25. Pippa Posted on March 7, 2020 at 2:47 am

    I just looooove the direction fashion is going

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  26. Your Crazy Uncle Posted on March 7, 2020 at 3:19 am

    How about men trends? Like us dudes living in the forest without running water in the house? How do we stay clean and more healthy than what you would expect? Tune in and visualize.

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  27. Sharon Reeves Posted on March 7, 2020 at 3:21 am

    So glad to see you again! Hope you are doing well Justine!

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  28. Kuki Briela Posted on March 7, 2020 at 5:50 am

    Macarena 😁

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  29. Nan Elizabeth Jorgensen Posted on March 7, 2020 at 9:14 am

    The beginnings of Destiny's Child ( Beyoncé,) Lauren Hill, Prince, Enya ( which I liked for a while––then drove me crazy) yes! Yk2 big heel chubby wedgy sneakers, rollerblading, lots of earthquake fears in California, low rise jeans ( ugh,) belly baring shirts, leather pants, cowboy boots ( again) snakeskin boots, vodka and Black Russians, women wearing a lot of long Italian looking ( Benetton?) form-fitting dresses, kids wearing costumes all the time outdoors on everyday occasions, lots of permanents and curly hair on adolescents ( to put in scrunchies!!)!

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  30. Marlies Mulder Posted on March 7, 2020 at 10:47 am

    In the 90,s I wore a lot of bodytight black trousers very similar to jeggings with a big black sweater (think Freedom by George Michael) or a tailored shirt with a black or blue velvet blazer and lots of minimalist inspired 90 fashion (Jill Sander, Donna Karen, Karl Lagerveld). I took also inspiration from the Mod look of the sixties and the androgynous fashion from the end of the 1920. I still do. Anything that was free of frills, logos and brandnames and looked either classic, basic or timeless. At the end of the decade I took inspiration from the Beatiful Stranger clip and mixed in a bit of satin and camisoles. I never wore lot of the so called 90 Iconic fashion, accept for 1 pair of levi 501 and a pair of black jazz pants.

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  31. Louise Leite Posted on March 7, 2020 at 4:15 pm

    The androgynous trend is sad, not only because is unattractive and unappealing but because is being dictated and has a very dark agenda behind it.

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  32. Monica Becker Posted on March 7, 2020 at 6:29 pm

    About the pink thing, I have recently read about it in the book by a fashion influencer here in Brazil, Carla Lemos. In her book "Use fashion to your advantage" she explains that in the past red could only be used by members of the nobility or the church. Powerful men wore red and boys wore pink. Long story short, all of this changed after a series of events guided by propaganda which peaked in 1957, when in the film "Cinderella in Paris" starring Audrey Hepburn, a character sings:

    "Ban the blacks

    Burn the blues

    And bury the beige

    From now on girls:

    Think pink"

    From then on, pink was certified as the color of femininity and all things destined for women began to be produced in pink. Clothes, hair dryers, makeup… The idea was to stimulate new desires for women to renovate their closets, stimulating the economy after crisis and reinforcing new moral values. Vox channel has a video about it called "How did pink become a girly color?", it's pretty interesting.

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  33. Dębcówna Posted on March 7, 2020 at 10:24 pm

    Maybe pink is used for girls because we try to mold them into little princeses ? That could make sense with the Royal color history.

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  34. Katana Medina Posted on March 7, 2020 at 11:21 pm

    Ufff los 90' las chanclas (sandalias ) de plataforma los punta de los zapatos muy cuadradas, lentes de colores botas de montaña con vestido a cortos jajaja

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  35. jacqui heywood Posted on March 8, 2020 at 3:13 am

    I always love your videos. This one was so interesting. I find it hard to believe that 300 people took the time to 'humbs down' it. Why don't people just move on? I regularly purge my subscription list of channels I don't relate to anymore.

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  36. ColorBloX Posted on March 8, 2020 at 9:11 am

    I remember the short, spiky haircuts that was geld up in the back with some long sliced side bangs. I hope that stays gone. Also, skinny jeans were frowned upon. I'd like my good old boot cut back, it flatters my figure much more than skinny jeans. I don't like the low waist though. That's the first things that comes to mind. Ah, also those plastic spiraly chockers. I don't like those either. Seems I remember most of the things I didn't like!

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  37. yogagirlification Posted on March 8, 2020 at 11:42 am

    I’m intrigued by the Australian landscaping and bringing the outdoors in. I live in Australia and have just renovated my house and garden to do this. Didn’t realise it’s an Australian thing but I love it!

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  38. khayfer Posted on March 8, 2020 at 2:54 pm

    I remember having a scrunchie business at school 😂. I learned to sew scrunchies and I would make them in different prints and sell them at school

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  39. Carol Liu Posted on March 8, 2020 at 3:31 pm

    the trend in Hong Kong is everyone wear a mask

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  40. LavenderMilkshake Posted on March 8, 2020 at 5:41 pm

    90's was a lot of hip hop and r&b, and like you said spice girls and all the boy bands
    stylewise I remember the futuristic looks, but also the grundge-style and a choker that was elastic and black
    MTV (that actually played music videos) and prince of Bel Air

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  41. Dana * Posted on March 8, 2020 at 8:51 pm

    actually plastic is one of the greatest inventions. It makes me furious that some people overdo it and start to throw away all plastic items away instead of keep using them.

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  42. Dana * Posted on March 8, 2020 at 8:52 pm

    and I think if it is a wedding dress wear it for the wedding. or sell it. what a mess to wear it on daily basis.

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  43. Teshyra Posted on March 8, 2020 at 9:47 pm

    Supposedly the red/pink and blue, I once read in a book, could be down to that pink was used for girls because it was a very "vitality-inducing" colour while blue was calm and collected. With that in mind, blue would be used for boys to (hopefully) instill some calm in them, which girls were seen to have more of. While the girls were seen to need the boost in life energy which comes from pink via red and its association with blood.

    For the life of me, I can't remember the name of the book, apart from that I think it had "history" and "color" in the title and/or subtitle. But it went through the history and symbolism of each colour in different countries and cultures, the origin of the dyes used to create the shades and more. I'd recognise the cover if I saw it again but "color" and "history" is a bit too vague for my googling skills it seems.

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  44. Sarah Leach Posted on March 9, 2020 at 8:34 am

    Hi Justine so so so happy to see you🤗🙂 missed your videos so much🤩😊❤👍

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  45. F D Posted on March 9, 2020 at 9:51 am

    Ah the 90s! When the waistlines went south and the jean bottoms flared out. Early on, knee high socks with an A line miniskirt (Cher in Clueless). Short waisted cardigans with long sleeves. Baggy denim jackets and floral long skirts. Sunflowers and sun and moon prints. Then Levi’s button fly pale 501s. Then boot leg, then flares. The Spice Girls were a huge influence. Leather/pleather jeans. Club wear like fluffy bras! Festival wear like a bandana as a strapless top. Dark lipstick and matte foundation. The “Rachel” haircut. The Courtney Love look. Multiple layered thrifted slips worn as a dress, or over baggy men’s style pants. And all through this, ten up Doc Martens.

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  46. gimmeproof Posted on March 9, 2020 at 3:30 pm

    Not knowing what y2k was made me feel very old, indeed….. I had to keep convincing my parents the world would not be ending….

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  47. Elinor Vickers Posted on March 9, 2020 at 3:57 pm

    DM boots, big jumpers, floral dresses, check shirts.

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  48. Josuzaki Posted on March 10, 2020 at 1:04 am

    Bell-bottoms!!!

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  49. RachelKay Posted on March 10, 2020 at 4:03 am

    Shoulder pads!

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  50. Sweet November Posted on March 10, 2020 at 4:06 am

    We tight rolled our jeans

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  51. Марія Клюс Posted on March 10, 2020 at 7:56 am

    "Titanic" T-shirts, massive quantity and miserable quality of "Turkish" sweaters, acid colours of synthetic mini-shorts, and "rubber" jeans – not actual rubber jeans, that is just what we called first skinny jeans because they were elastic and too tight (they were truly awful). Those were difficult times in Ukraine.

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  52. Марія Клюс Posted on March 10, 2020 at 8:06 am

    My super progressive mom used to ask these annoying salespeople back in the 90s: "Why? Is there a zipper on it?" – every time they asked "for a boy or for a girl" question, when I was little. And she still does it today with the same frequency when she buys anything for my children – doesn't matter if it is a robe, a pair of socks or a sketchbook (((((

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  53. For Christmas Posted on March 10, 2020 at 10:03 am

    1990-s for me: when everybody, who wanted to look "elegant&trendy", were wearing black color and tried to be as skinny as possible, and young people&intellectuals were wearing grunge. Light-grey baggy cordorou trousers&light-grey baggy sweater, and smell of danger in the grey air….

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  54. Helene Sv Posted on March 10, 2020 at 3:11 pm

    For me, the 90s were silver platform buffalo shoes, tribal chokers, tamagotchis, belly button piercings (luckily I never got one, but all the cool kids had that), and trousers with an attached mini-skirt (what a terrible combination)!

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  55. Elias Sokolis Posted on March 10, 2020 at 6:03 pm

    ich habe ein print on demand Projekt am laufen dort findet ihr viele Coole Designs. Demnächst eröffne ich meinen ersten eigenen Online-Shop. Wäre cool wenn ich eure Unterstützung hätte. Ich würde mich darüber sehr freuen.

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    Vielen Dank

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  56. Michele Lupe-Bowe Posted on March 10, 2020 at 10:21 pm

    Pop culture: Friends tv show, Madonna, Michael Jackson, hip hop.

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  57. Amy B Posted on March 11, 2020 at 4:29 pm

    The 90s…a lot of pretty browns. Cloths, makeup, ect.

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  58. Niki Grum Posted on March 11, 2020 at 5:16 pm

    4:01 Hitler… it’s Hitler

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  59. Anita Page Posted on March 11, 2020 at 5:31 pm

    Really enjoyed this video feat. Pinterest as I have celebrated it and been embraced by others who follow me! My favs here are perhaps the organic labels, Tuxedo dress, and definitely sustainable: ECO -friendly is finally being crowned for the jewel that it is! As far as trends; music & movies are my "grown-up" foundation! Huge Logos create lots of free advertising for mega-companies don't they? I would have to consider those on an individual basis! I hope the "native" look will allow more people to wear REAL fur as it is an all-natural staple and is not meant for flaunting wealth in my culture! Truly enjoyed this informative video ; see you on Pinterest!

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  60. StrawberryBigMac Posted on March 11, 2020 at 5:52 pm

    Isn't Kardashian style influenced by Latin style? I feel like that's how they have always dressed. Where in Latin America were you?

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  61. Suzie Oh Posted on March 11, 2020 at 5:55 pm

    90s: baby doll dresses, riot grrl, unwashed center-part hair, flannel, pleated skirts w giant safety pins, combat boots, arm-fishnets, low-waisted jeans, striped polo shirts from salvation army, pinstriped vests, green/fire-red/purple hair, dark lipliner, fuschia lip gloss, round toe shoes, Mary Janes, Penny loafers with pennies, Vans, creepers, silver astronaut pants, pacifiers n rave jewelery, gas station jumpsuits, overalls with one strap undone.

    Wow. That's just the start. Also, early nineties seems different from late….but I'm not an expert😄 thanks Justine for another great yearly trend video! (Yours is the only one I watch!)

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  62. Sarah D Posted on March 11, 2020 at 9:20 pm

    Turning men & women into androgynous/neutral subjects is a communist principal. You can change or leave out the term "communism" but the principles will still lead to the same results. Communist principles may look good on paper, but please look at the nightmare of it in history.

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  63. Amy S Posted on March 11, 2020 at 9:28 pm

    I was born early in the 90s to mainly remember the late 90 early 2000s stuff like
    Lizzy McGuire, vengaboys, Disney vhs, tracksuit sets, powderpuff girls.

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  64. Raminta Razgutė Posted on March 11, 2020 at 9:29 pm

    Nice video, thanks! One of the big trends of the future is that of people choosing to spend freetime at home regenerating so I think the bring outdoors inside trend is highly linked to the shift in people's lifestyle

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  65. miniphe47 Posted on March 11, 2020 at 9:56 pm

    Je crois que c'est le magasin Mrs quand ils ont ouvert leur grande surface à New York c'est eux qui ont commencé la tendance de donner la couleur bleu aux garçons et le rose aux filles il y a une émission à de radio de Radio-Canada anglais qui s'appelle age of persuasion ils ont expliquer cela dans l'un de leur épisode

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  66. Jane McLernon Posted on March 12, 2020 at 2:50 am

    Jellies, scrunchies, neons, stirrup pants, 'the summer of the Spice Girls', banana clips… the list goes on.

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  67. Julie K Hurford Posted on March 12, 2020 at 3:18 am

    1990's memory? Definitely the hair scrunchies.

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  68. sewing arsenals Posted on March 12, 2020 at 3:49 am

    Kate Moss, Nirvana, Soundgarden, “heroin chic”, slip dresses & skirts, Doc Martens, Converse chuck taylors 😃

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  69. Carol Melancon Posted on March 12, 2020 at 1:10 pm

    I love your deep teal top. It's my favorite color and looks lovely with your eyes.

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  70. MelloDees Posted on March 12, 2020 at 2:41 pm

    I need a proper waistcoat for women to become popular again! I only have one and I had to really dig through second hand stores to to find them. I'm a bit too lazy to have one custom fitted for me from a suit maker. It should be on trend logically speaking with the hourglass shape being popular! 😫😫😫

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  71. Mathilde Ingemann Posted on March 12, 2020 at 6:01 pm

    Born in 1991 and honestly the 90s fashion was worse enough the first time around 😂

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  72. Sehara Posted on March 12, 2020 at 6:14 pm

    Whe I was pregnant with my son, doctors couldn't figure out the gender of him because of his position (placenta previa) so I decided since I couldn't buy pink or blue clothes to combine them and bough everything purple 😂. Just the other day on family gathering my kids were laughing while saying he was in purple clothes for a year of his life 😂😂😂

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  73. Kat Bula Posted on March 12, 2020 at 7:45 pm

    ‘90s middle and high school memories: shortalls, mini backpacks, mock turtlenecks, velour everything, belly shirts, wide flared jeans (sometimes with stripes down the sides), those clips to take in the back of a dress instead of a belt, those floral skirts with a transparent layer over a satiny layer, Birkenstocks, belly button and tongue rings, velvet chokers with silver Gothic crosses or other charms. Button down blouses buttoned only at sternum level. Bustiers. Really chunky heels, funky versions of Mary Janes. Wearing t-shirts inside out, often over a waffle-weave thermal shirt. They made so much exterior clothing out of that material! Grunge influence I guess? Flannel, obviously, including shirts tied around waist as an accessory rather than practical layer.

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  74. Amelia Qu Posted on March 12, 2020 at 9:05 pm

    Always been a 80's/90's girl, no matter which trend is circling around. Maybe it was also the decade that shaped me as an older teen growing up. So I'm pretty excited that this is my decade 😀 😀 😀

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  75. Anjel - Posted on March 13, 2020 at 12:49 am

    the change has been attributed to Mamie Eisenhover. Her favourite colour was pink and in 1953 she wore a pink dress to her husbands inaugural. The dress and especially the colour of it became a craze and she was nicknamed first lady pink.

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  76. Emma Philomena Posted on March 13, 2020 at 1:58 am

    Born in 1981 and French 🙂 I was a lot into grunge/60s revival so thrifted clothes, flares, big buckle belts, worn looking clothes. Then I included hip hop elements : polo shirts, trainers, sportswear. I was a mess and still am hehe. But really enjoyed the grunge phase especially thrifting which I still do now.

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  77. Tracey Wright Posted on March 13, 2020 at 3:46 am

    grunge…

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  78. Emilia Sadler Posted on March 13, 2020 at 4:32 am

    90s memories…fashion… levis 501,white tshirt, velvet blazer, Dr Martin shoes (not boots); slip dress over a tshirt: tops, skirts, knitwear with exposed seams; grunge music/fashion; electronic music/fashion; britpop music/fashion… it seemed like you dressed like the people you listened to in the 90s, spice girls, oasis, nirvana, all had a distinctive look. xx

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  79. Rain Posted on March 13, 2020 at 7:24 am

    90s – brown shade lipstick

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  80. Nick Son Posted on March 13, 2020 at 7:36 am

    scrunchies!! and I still have most of them! just replaced some of the elastic inside and they are up and ready to go! I have one on today!! I remember big hair in the early 1990's.

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  81. DrucilaB Posted on March 13, 2020 at 8:01 am

    When I think back to the 90s I always think of grunge – ripped baggy jeans, flannels, t-shirts.

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  82. Clara Blubb Posted on March 13, 2020 at 8:55 am

    The swift for pink came during the French revolution. Suffragettes were violett clothes to symbolise their suffering. This is why violett originally became the color of feminism. Obviously that changed again.

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  83. M. Roman Posted on March 13, 2020 at 9:08 am

    Merci, Justine. As always, you are a joy to watch, and this was a lot of fun.

    I’m thrilled about the the low-waste, environmentally conscious trend. I do hope it becomes more and more important.

    Am not a fan of logos, at all. I’ve always said that the companies are not paying me for me to be doing their publicity!

    Am also excited to look into your last suggestions!🌷🤗💖

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  84. Rachel Posted on March 13, 2020 at 5:01 pm

    totally took a double take when you mentioned BTS…never thought I would hear that in one of your videos- crazy!

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  85. Ellen Karlsson Posted on March 13, 2020 at 5:43 pm

    My oldest niece was all dressed in pink and had a pink room and pink toys when she was smaller (before she could express her own opinion). Now she is 3,5 years old and her favorite colours are blue and green and she is obsessed with fire trucks and wants to be a firefighter. Her little sister (1 year old) is for the most part dressed in secondhand clothes in a variety of colours. I think all that pink was mostly an expression of her mother wanting to dress up her first little girl in everything cute and girly. Now she's gotten all that out of her system and goes for more gender neutral.

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  86. H. A. Harris Posted on March 13, 2020 at 6:10 pm

    It's a relief to know I've avoided these trends so far and I'm now aware of what to avoid in the days ahead. Thanks Justine!

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  87. izaskun caro Posted on March 13, 2020 at 10:20 pm

    What country do yo visit in your southamerican trip?

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  88. douca1 Posted on March 14, 2020 at 5:02 pm

    How to live like a poor person. Tell rich people to stop flying private planes.

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  89. Anna McCormick Posted on March 14, 2020 at 6:25 pm

    I remember wearing chokers (for example, black ribbon with a charm or the profile of a woman’s face from the early 1900s)… and super mini A-line skirts (perfect when you’re in your 20s!) with tights… also stretchy fabric short dresses with tight bodice to the waist and full/flouncy from the waist down

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  90. Kerri Murphy Posted on March 15, 2020 at 12:01 am

    My thing from the nineties is the movie clueless. The epitome of all things 90s

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  91. la fan de nuel Posted on March 15, 2020 at 1:35 am

    what comes to my mind when I think 90's is… big shoes (from skinheads military boots to platform shoes or those sneakers or Airwalk). And that surfer look (Quicksilver, Billabong…) and people like Kelly Slater coming to the hidden and inaccesible corner of Europe where I lived back then.

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  92. Melaniexb1 Posted on March 15, 2020 at 2:12 am

    We Love you! I am so happy to learn from every post you make!

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  93. Nadine Schulz Posted on March 15, 2020 at 7:52 am

    90s: (not my favourites but what I remember) neon, rave, grunge, Chiemsee jumpers (I guess that was a German thing), Diesel Jeans, buffalo shoes.

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  94. Teresa Fuller Posted on March 15, 2020 at 9:45 am

    i've wondered if pink was assigned to girls cos we're "all pink on the inside", according to many males i've talked to

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  95. Christel Reges Posted on March 15, 2020 at 8:13 pm

    The 90's: plaid! Leggings under shorts_ cutoffs for both genders. Beautiful baggy/ratty Kurt Cobain sweaters

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  96. Scarlett Clements Posted on March 15, 2020 at 10:44 pm

    The pink blue swap has been attributed to WWII. Men who were suspected to be gay were forced to wear a pink triangle in concentration camps, which caused or contributed to its association with femininity.

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  97. Elizabeth Posted on March 15, 2020 at 10:49 pm

    The last 2 bonus trends, I LOVE!!!!

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  98. Rrosa Seconda Posted on March 15, 2020 at 11:54 pm

    90s = Doc Martens

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  99. Lotus Jewel Posted on March 15, 2020 at 11:59 pm

    The 90s remind me of plaid flannel button up shirts, long hair on super cute guys and grunge music.
    So basically, Kurt Cobain♥️

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