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  • When Does Vintage Become Vintage?

    Who can truly say what the future of Vintage will look like? I know the term ‘future Vintage’ sounds like a bit of a contradiction. But it really is an interesting thought. When we are old and grey, (I mean really old and grey, not just a couple of rogue greys we are currently hiding with strategic trips to the hairdresser), what will be considered Vintage then?
    What will our grandkids pull out of our cupboards and add to their own wardrobes?  To be honest there is not much in my wardrobe that will be worth keeping, but did our grandparents realise they were sitting on gold?
    It’s fascinating to think about it really.
    tarachandra
    Photo Cred: @tarachandra_
    The Question Of Vintage
    Fashion of the 70s was not vintage in the 70s, it wasn't even considered Vintage in the 80s. But was it considered Vintage in the 90s?
    There is no denying that 90s fashion is back in a big way. But is it back as Vintage clothing, or as something else? That is a point that is up for debate in the Vintage Fashion community.
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    The Vintage Equation
    When does Vintage clothing actually become Vintage? This is a question with no real answer, but a few people in the know have tried to pinpoint it.
    There are a lot of words floating around in the clothing space that relate to clothes worn in days gone past. Antique, Vintage, Retro… do they all mean the same thing? The answer is, they kind of mean the same thing but with some distinct differences.
    • Antique - This is the only term with a cut and dry definition. Antique means old, like really old. It is widely accepted that something can only be called an antique if it is more than 100 years old. If it can’t be officially dated as more than 100 years old, then it doesn’t make the cut as an Antique.
    • Vintage - Because Vintage is a term that was coined to describe wine, it is very much linked to years. So it makes sense that to be considered Vintage, clothing must be distinctly categorised as belonging to a certain time period. So you can have ‘Vintage 70s’ clothing, or ‘Vintage 20s’ clothing.
      No one truly knows what can be considered Vintage and what can’t be. But it has been suggested that anything more than 20 years old can be considered Vintage. So the majority of the 90s sneaks in there! Which is like totally cool (see what I did there).
    • Retro - Retro is the term for any item of clothing that looks out of place in today's fashion, but is not old enough to be considered Vintage or Antique. So it could be something from three years ago, or it could be something from 15 years ago.
    It appears that there might be some overlap between the Vintage and Retro categories as the definitions are not absolute. So I think personal opinion comes into play when defining if something is actually Vintage, or if it is Retro.

    I don't know about you, but when I think of Retro, I think late 60's-70’s and nothing else!

    70s

    Confusion
    Maybe someone needs to come up with completely new names in the future for fashion that comes from the 80s, 90s and 00s. Are they Vintage, are they Retro, or are they something else entirely… or may be it just goes - Vintage, Retro, 80’s, 90’s and Double 0's, think about it, they are all very distinct eras… What’s next though? ‘Vintro’?’.

    We can pinpoint iconic looks through all the decades, but what is the fashion now? In 2017, we have embraced a lot of fashion from past decades, so what will be the lasting impression. Will this decade have its own style, or will it be homage to previous decades? I guess only time will tell!
    Are we currently in the # era of "Anything Goes"

    (always wanted an excuse to put Jared Leto wearing #Gucci into my blog)
    The Future of Vintage Shopping
    Twenty years ago, Vintage shopping was nowhere near as popular as what it is now. If you knew where to look, you could find amazing things, even designer pieces.
    But... the rise of vintage popularity has seen an inevitable decrease in availability. Often you will see the clothing racks at the secondhand shops filled with cheaply produced items from the last five years. Collectors hoard the amazing pieces, big companies with buying power dominate the space, and great finds often cost more than a brand new item.
    So what does the future hold for Vintage shopping? The great fashion pieces are still out there, but you are now more likely to find them online, and they are probably not available at your local Op Shop.
    As a buyer I am seeing this more and more, and the op shop ladies now know what the good shit is worth, so bargains are less and less likely to be had!  
    What Will Be Our Future Vintage?
    Here's a scary thought.  Before we know it 2017 will be Vintage!   What does that mean?  What will make the cut as vintage 25 years from now?
    Will everything be thrown into a recycling fabric/matter-obliterating machine that spits out a Star Trekish outfit that fits you perfectly, meaning there is no waste in the world and things don't get hoarded??
    Also, the way that clothing is produced has drastically changed. With fast fashion dominating the fashion industry with cheaper manufacturing methods, some items of clothing will probably not stand the test of time anyway.
    A brain teaser ending… The fashion from the 90s is back in now. So will that mean that vintage in 25 years will be 90s fashion from the 90s, or from 2017?
    Tommy Hilfiger
    Vintage or New Tommy Hilfiger- its all in...#alwaysnailingit (Photo Cred: TH)
     
     Written with some much needed help from Gemma Knight Writes

    Vintage Clothing Store, Online Only,
    Wellington NZ
    www.walteralice.com

  • A Sale And Some Bright New Arrivals

    There have been some beautiful garments added to the website recently... not many but there will be more coming soon.  I have two huge boxes of beautiful summer stock just waiting for some warmer weather.  
    In the meantime take a look at these new arrivals...
    (Click through to see the latest lookbook)
      
    And... there has also been a whole heap added to the SALE section at 50% off!!
     
    Vintage Ball
    We donated these absolutely beautiful vintage ball dresses gowns to the School Ball Pop-Up that was organised by the wonderful Wellington Womans Magazine.  This was a special event for girls who were struggling to cover the costs of the ball.  We also donated dresses on behalf of the wonderful Eastbourne community - Thankyou to those that donated to this amazing event... I really hope some lucky girls got to take these amazing dresses out for the biggest night of their teenage lives!
     
    Whats happening in the coolest little Capital in the world?
    Its certainly no secret that I adore living in Wellington.  At the moment the New Zealand International Film Festival is in full swing.  Every year I tell myself I am going to be more organised and go to as many as I can... this year I can only manage three movies, the first one I went to was The Final Portrait, a highly amusing movie, based on a true story where Artist Alberto Giacometti (Geoffery Rush) invites young American James Lord (Armie Hammer) to sit for him for a portrait in Paris in 1964;  The artist was a grumpy old man but easily likeable and the subject of his portrait has to be the most patient human being of all time... Oh and I just love hearing people yell at each other in French (the movie isn't in French - just some parts), I loved every second!  
    Visa Wellington On A Plate is coming up!  17 days of yum all over the city, yes, it is an expensive time here in Wellington... But so fun, Movies and Food!  And then its Spring!
     

    Vintage Clothing Store, Online Only,
    Wellington NZ
    www.walteralice.com

  • Toast Clothing Studio - With Rhiannon Larsen

    I have been following Rhiannon Larsen's gorgeous and entertaining Instagram accounts for a while now and what caught my eye at the beginning was the simple but clever photos taken in the same place in her home;  each day wearing a different dress!  These dresses (she has over 100!) she had made herself or thrifted... Oh!  and when she added a photo with a child wearing the same patterns, or all the children and her husband it was just warm fuzz overload!

        

    Inspired by her massive collection of vintage fabrics collected over the past decades Rhiannon says she is "all about the pockets and the little details - mismatched facings and bias bound edges".
    Rhiannon has a passion for upcycling vintage fabrics into beautiful wearable pieces. 

    I just love it when I come across people like Rhiannon that are also working to saving the planet one wardrobe at a time.
    And anyone that also loves to Op Shop as much as I do I find so interesting!  So it was only natural that I share her story with you.  Read on to see the full e-interview with a million questions!  (well not quite - but thanks for answering them all Rhiannon!)

     
    Toast Clothing?  There must be a story to this name?, do tell!
    "It's funny, I get this question a lot, and I feel like I should have a really good, meaningful answer. But, really, it comes from a fifth form English project I did, we had to design an advertising campaign and mine was a fashion line and I couldn't think of a name so I named it after my favourite food at the time!" 

    Have you always lived in Whakatane? 
    "I grew up in Whakatane. I went on a school exchange to The Netherlands as a teenager and have lived in both Hamilton and Wellington briefly. We lived in Nelson for a few years, and loved it, but came home once we had kids."

    What is the best thing about your town?
    "It used to drive me crazy, but I love the closeness, how everyone knows everyone. It's also crazy beautiful, especially the beach."


    You had a children's clothing business before you decided to move onto women's clothing, was it a natural progression to change to womenswear, and what is your dream for your brand?
    "I had Croutons for about 6 years, but Toast actually started as a women's wear brand in 2003. I switched to kids stuff when I had littlies at home and needed quicker projects to squeeze into naptimes. Now that my children are older, I felt the pull back to adult sized pretties. I've always had a soft spot for dresses. My dream is not too different to what I'm doing now- just on a slightly broader scale. I'd love to add more selection to my range.  And, eventually, also offer men's tees and shirts."

    What, or who has been your biggest inspiration?
    "I think the vintage fabric I use is my biggest inspiration. It's practically begging to be made into something beautiful. I love all things old, and love the combo of vintage fabric and shaped with a slightly more modern/practical styling." 

       

    Tell us about a favourite piece you have created?  
    "I have a real fondness for novelty prints and I think my favourite dresses are ones made from vintage Starwars sheets or perhaps my 1970's Richard Scarry duvet!"



    Can you remember the very first item you sold?
    Back in 2003 I was making wrist cuffs, and I remember, just after building my website, and American lady purchased one. Paypal was only just starting out and wasn't widely used so she actually sent me a money order! It was for $8. I didn't cash it, I kept it to look back on. One day I'll find it and frame it! 

    What/who was the most exciting thing you have made an item for?
    I recently had the privilege of making a dress for someone to get married in- using very pricey vintage Sanderson linen! It was very nerve wracking and a total honour. 



    What do you know now that you wish you had have known at the beginning of Toast Clothing?
    I think I have learned that I can't cater to everyone. I can do an amazing job and produce beautiful things, but I shouldn't say yes to every request and there will always be someone who wants more than I can offer. And that that is okay. 

    What is one of your favourite Instagram accounts you follow?
    Oh gosh, I have so many!! I absolutely adore the account of my friend Hayley Angell (@hayleyangell) who rocks some fabulous frocks, has a wonderful sense of humour and a smile that is incredibly contagious. It always brightens my day. 



    Do you have an item of clothing you just can't live without?
    Cardigans! I have so many and I'm almost never without one. Can I cheat and have two? Cause I would be lost without my clogs. 

    I remember following you wearing a different dress a day on Instagram, this was so cool!  So many different outfits!  Was this a challenge?  Tell us about this!
    I've done this a few times over the years! It always starts as a way to organise my closet and to make sure I wear all of my dresses each year. But I end up adding to them often... I might have around 100 dresses in my rotation 😬

      


    What finds make you squeal with delight in an op shop?
    Always vintage barkcloth of any kind, amazing retro dresses in my (larger) size, old catholic iconry.. I think the day I found not one but TWO old Bernina sewing machines at the dump shop was one of my biggest squeal moments!

     

    What is a key/stand out feature of your designs, I know you are a big fan of pockets! 
    Pockets are essential! I love a good, basic design where the fabric speaks for itself. I also have contrasting/mismatching fabric in the pockets and facings on all dresses. I love little details like that.

    You reuse and upcycle gorgeous vintage fabrics into amazing clothing, do you also use new fabrics?
    I do, very occasionally, use new fabrics. More often than not these are bought through destash pages or from Trademe, though I'm looking at buying some new novelty prints for spring/summer for a new premium range! 



    What is the hardest thing about being a small business owner and having a family?
    Time!! Both physical time and mental time. Both children and business require a lot of attention and finding that balance has been a constant juggle so far! 

    What is the biggest benefit of being a small business owner with a young family? 
    Working for myself gives me more freedom when it comes to being available for my kids when they're sick, or have school commitments etc. I can shuffle things around to fit our life a bit better and can be flexible. 

    How do we get a dress custom made by you?
    At the moment my custom lists are actually closed! I've been blown away by the support for my work. I recommend following me on IG for announcements on when custom spots will open again, in a few months.



    Where can we find you?  Tell us about your new studio, and other places we can purchase your beautiful items!
    You can find me in little ole Whakatane. I'm upstairs at 52 Boon street, in a sunny corner space. It's so warm and peaceful, and I'd love to make you a cuppa. I stock accessories by lots of clever kiwi crafters, too - I search for really unique but affordable handmade pieces, that go beautifully with my work. 


    I'm in the process of getting my website stocked up again and you can find that at http://www.toastclothingdressedition.bigcartel.com and you can also order readymades I've showcased on my IG by messaging me there. 

     
     
    "Creativity is contagious, Pass it on -Albert Einstein


    Vintage Clothing Store, Online Only,
    Wellington NZ
    www.walteralice.com

  • 90's Part Three - The Movies

    Here is the third and final post in my 90's blog series, and today it is all about the movies.
    If you missed the first two parts, you can read them here:

    the breeders                      gwen stefani
     90’s Part One – The Playlist   //   90’s Part Two – The Fashion

    Movies are my favourite thing in the world!  I am known for going with a friend who chooses the movie and I have no idea what I am about to see.  I live for movies... I know this is a long blog post, but there is a fun quiz at the end... So grab a coffee and sink in...

    The 90’s was THE BEST decade for movies hands down, the action, the stories, the soundtracks, the costumes, and not to mention the heart throbs. Be still my teenage aching heart!

    Singles

    There is absolutely no way that I can do justice to a decade’s worth of awesome movies in just one blog post, but I will like totally go for it (channelling my inner Clueless characters there).  And... Warning!  I know I will be missing a million and one of your faves, it was hard enough to narrow down as it was, I know even once this is published I will kick myself for an epic movie I totally missed!  What's even more annoying is half of these aren't on Netflix, hope you still have that Video Store membership handy... 
    The 90's really did start with a bang by producing a year’s worth of amazing movies:

    1990
     

    Edward Scissorhands: Johnny Depp was a little less dreamboat-y in this film, but we loved his cute connection with Winona Ryder.
    Mermaids: An absolute fave - another Winona classic!
    Pretty Woman: Because who doesn’t want to give a snooty woman in a fancy shop her just desserts, oh and flicking a snail across a restaurant is always a good time. Never before have we identified so much with a working girl!
    Ghost: True love knows no boundaries, even in a particularly creepy-if-you-think-too-hard-about-it scene with Whoopi Goldberg.
    Misery: Haven’t we all wanted to save our favourite book character, maybe not in such a violent way… 
    Gremlins 2: Why didn’t we learn that we shouldn’t feed them after midnight?
    Flatliners: So intense, so many breath holding moments!  And well, who doesn’t wonder what happens after death?
    The Grifters: Normal jobs are boring anyways!  Who else loved John Cusack?  Or was it just me.

    1991
      

    Silence of the Lambs: It was hard to tear your eyes away from the compelling Hannibal Lector, I hated every minute!  And then we were really careful about how we told people we had guests coming for dinner.
    Point Break: Hearthrob overload with Keanu, Swayze (um not my cup of tea - but), and Anthony Kiedis in one movie, oh the action, and the SURF!
    My Own Private Idaho: This time Keanu is joined by River Phoenix for on-screen eye candy in a complicated road trip full of angst and drama, and the forbidden love…
    Thelma And Louise:  I know!!  #Classic

    1992
      

    Reservoir Dogs: Confession… I still haven’t been able to watch past the first scene...
    Wayne’s World: I never want to headbang in my car every time I hear Bohemian Rhapsody, as much as I loved Wayne's World, I will never love Queen.
    Singles: Grunge never looked so cool. Didn’t you want to live in that building too?  RIP Chris Cornell.

    1993
      

    Dazed and Confused: Finishing school never looked so cool. Then we had to deal with the disappointment that graduation wasn’t like that in reality!
    Groundhog Day: The hilarity of Bill Murray, the classiness of Andy MacDowell. I was willing to relive a day over and over if it had that end result.
    True Romance: Alright, not just True Romance, but anything Christian Slater!

    1994
    Hands down, officially the best movie year of the 90s!!

    Pulp Fiction: So much swearing, so much violence, so much hilarity, so much offensiveness… so much movie goodness!
    Heavenly Creatures: Our hearts swelled to see little ol’ New Zealand on the big movie stage.
    Reality Bites: Winona and the gang struggled as much as we did to learn how to be grown ups.
    Natural Born Killers: It almost looked quite cool to be a criminal…
    Forrest Gump: We laughed, we cried, and we grew even fonder of boxes of chocolates.
    The Professional: Gosh Natalie Portman was so kickass before she became a swan!
    Shawshank Redemption: There is a reason you stop and watch this movie every time channel 2 reruns it, even with the ads.
    Speed: Keanu again, being a hero as always. Damn that guy has it all!

    1995
      

    Empire Records: Cool music, angsty youths, crop top jumpers and checkered mini-skirts, what more could you need from a movie?
    Clueless: One word… whatever!
    Se7en: Brad Pitt chasing a bad guy, what a hero <3
    Toy Story: When we realised animated movies weren’t just for kids any more.
    Apollo 13: Oh Em Gee, will they make it back home?!
    Hackers: Oh, the awesome technology showcased here!

    1996
     

    Trainspotting: No lovely locks in sight for Ewan McGregor here, but plenty of dark plotlines, gritty scenes and suspense.  And that soundtrack!!... Just saying...
    Romeo+Juliet: This was where every teenage girl fell in love with Leonardo and finally Shakespeare was presented in a cool way to us wayward youths.
    Dusk Till Dawn: One hell of a night alright, Tarantino at his best.
    Scream: That mask is now part of Halloween for the rest of time.

    1997
      

    Chasing Amy: Humour, geekiness, dreamy Ben Affleck, Jay and Silent Bob, confusion over sexual orientation, we couldn’t tear our eyes away.
    Grosse Pointe Blank: You know that moment, when you realise you aren’t sure you want to be a hitman anymore because of a girl… who hasn’t been there?  Oh and whatever happend to Minnie Driver?
    Addicted to Love: Girl leaves boy, boy stalks girl, boy meets new boyfriends girlfriend and they plot to break up the other couple... so predictable, but Meg and Mathew!!
    Titanic: I know this one is more obvious but I couldn't make a list about 90's movies and not include the one about the giant ship that sunk the box office, and who didn't secretly love it!

    1998
      

    Fear & Loathing In Las Vegas: Possibly the trippiest movie of all time which leaves you asking yourself what just happened?  Anything with Benicio Del Toro and Johnny Depp in is going to get gritty.
    Very Bad Things: Don’t you hate it when you kill just one guy, and then have to go on a killing spree to cover everything up?! Kind of like a serial killer version of The Hangover.  And as I said earlier, Christian Slater.
    Wild Things: Kevin Bacon, Denise Richards, Neve Campbell and Matt Dillion try to make a movie, steamy and serious, but Matt Dillon is in it so...  
    Sliding Doors: Every moment from that movie on makes you wonder what could have been, if you had have just turned left.

    The very last year of the 90's did not disappoint with some major blockbusters and run-away hits.

    1999
       

    Cruel Intentions: Tragic and dark, promiscuous and seductive. 
    The Matrix:
    Keanu is back… in black.
    Fight Club: You know the rule.  this has to be one of the best movies of all time.
    Being John Malkovich: Somehow this really weird plotline just works.
    American Beauty: Such a great cast, such a great movie, albeit a bit cringy in parts.
    The Blair Witch Project: Yeah Nah never seen it.
    The Cider House Rules: All the feels of life in an orphanage.

    So there you have it, 90s movies recapped by Walter Alice Store. I bet you have a few on your list you are going to re-watch now, or maybe even test out for the first time.
    Yes - I know I've missed heaps, I've just picked a few stand outs to share, otherwise we would be here for days!

    Here's something fun!  A quiz! I got 100% (Of course I did), how did you do?  Share in the comments below!

    Women.com 90's Movies Quiz
    90s movie quiz

    And if this gets you inspired and you feel like you want to jump back in time with some awesome 90's fashion, then head over to www.walteralice.com to check out what's currently available!

    Written with the help of the wonderful Gemma Knight

    Uncomfortable silences. Why do we feel it’s necessary to yak about bullshit in order to be comfortable?” - Mia Wallace Pulp Fiction

     


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    Wellington NZ
    www.walteralice.com



  • 90's Part Two -The Fashion

    Welcome to the second edition of the three part Blog series on the 90's...

    Click through if you missed the first post in this three part series here... " 90's Part One - The Playlist"
    I just happened to walk past a shop the other day (one that I only go into to look for clothes for my, ahem, teenage boy) and saw replica's of the exact same long sleeved T-Shirts I used to wear every day circa 1995-96ish!
    Yes it went against my ethos on fast fashion, and I went in and bought it anyway (for me; not the teen!)...

    90's long sleeved t shirt     90's t shirt
    Left: New T-Shirt, Right: An actual T Shirt of mine from the 90's I still own!

    My first thought was, ‘Man I am getting old to see a fashion piece come back around for a second time’. But then I was kind of proud. We must have done something right in the 90's if people still want to wear the items today!
    My best friend in High School sent me this photo over the weekend... Yes its me as a lean limbed 15 year old - wearing that T-Shirt, attitude and all...
     
    As you know, the 90's are a huge inspiration for the items I like to stock at Walter Alice. So, if you are after a nostalgic piece, head on over to the shop  to check out the selection.  Stock does change all the time.

    90's Fashion - The Clothes
    Brace yourself, we are about to dive into all things 90's fashion.

    The 90's trends I loved, but never had…
    For me, this wasn’t a case of #FOMO*, it was more like #MO*
    *#FOMO - Fear Of Missing Out, *#MO - Missed Out
    Xtasy Sweatshirts: Remember these? Xtasy took fluoro to a whole new level!

    Xtasy sweatshirt Xtasy sweatshirt Xtasy sweatshirt
    Pic cred: Kathy B, and Kathy's cool Mum
    Bubblegum Jeans: Teeny, tiny jeans that stretched to full size in all the right places – or all the wrong places, depending on how you look at it!
    Doc Martens: They went with everything, and kept your feet warm when paired with a floral mini-dress.
    Denim Jackets: Casual-wear, dress-wear, the humble denim jacket did it all, and its been a wardrobe staple ever since!
    T & C Surf: Casual cool, revolutionising the long-sleeved tee.
      Oversized denim jacket   
      
    90's trends I loved and did have…
    Bodysuits: They made you feel like a gymnast, but cooler as you could wear jeans over the top of them!  Remember them having cut out shoulders too!  
    Floral Button Down Maxi Skirts: Not complete without a crop top.
    Oversized men's surf T-Shirts:  Just not T & C!
    90's bodysuit 90's outfit 90's floral skirt
    Left: Yep KJ that's the one...
    Middle: Another outfit I have managed to keep from the 90's for no good reason.
    Right: Random pic from pinterest
    I'm not sure where to stop here but I just want to add in Peace signs, Anarchy Signs, Yin and Yang signs on earrings, chokers, badges, on jackets, bags, pencil cases - if you didn't have the real thing you drew it on - with Vivid!
       
    A 90's trend I loved, but just couldn’t pull off…
    Grunge! That effortless look of not caring, that actually took a whole lot of effort to pull off.
    90's grunge
    Courtney Love = Hot Mess
    The Hair
    The 90's developed so many iconic hairstyles. I am just going to casually leave two words here and you will know what I mean… The Rachel.
    But apart from that, there were a heap of other styles. Some well-loved, some best forgotten (like the butterfly clip, twisted cornrow situation).
    The pixie cut, the front layers, mini buns (take your pick from just 2, or 10 dotted all over your head), just the front pulled back, the middle parting, and the I’m-going-to-put-all-of-my-hair-up-apart-from-these-two-little-strands-around-my-face look.
    Not to mention messy pigtails, feathered Full House Bangs (picture DJ), buns with all kinds of spiky bits poking out, and crimping – I saved the best for last!
    DJ Tanner Jennifer Anniston Wynona Ryder Gwen Stefani 
    TV Fashion
    All the icons! My heart is a-flutter now just thinking about Johnny and Winona, Courtney and Kurt, Brad and Gwyneth with their twinning hairstyles and effortlessly oozing cool.
    We welcomed "Friends" into our living room as friends of our own. All the while copying their hairstyles and fashion choices. Not to mention the gang from Beverly Hills 90210, Dawsons Creek and Jared and Clare from My So Called Life (did we have that here in NZ? I can’t remember, but I wish we did).
     
    TV Shows we did not take our fashion advice from were Baywatch (blurgh!) and the Fresh Prince of Bel Air – but we did know the Fresh Prince rap off by heart... 
    90s Fashion Icons
    Don’t panic, Britney isn’t going to get a mention here, but so many others are.
    Drew Barrymore, Winona Ryder, Gwen Stefani, Lisa Bonet, Courtney Love (before she fell of the rails, and maybe a teeny bit after), Clare Danes, Liv Tyler, Shirly Manson and Neve Campbell epitomised 90s style for me.
    We couldn’t make a list of 90's icons on a fashion site without mentioning the “Supers”. A decade of beautiful women, who we could almost imagine being if we ate really good and only took the stairs. Naomi, Kate, Claudia, Linda, Christy, Cindy and Elle, we loved you!
    The Supers
    I am so loving seeing people rocking 90's fashion again. You don’t have to have lived it to love it (but you did need to live it to understand the awesomeness contained in this blog post!)
    Later's!  At least until next time when we cover 90's Movies, get ready for a Netflix binge!

    Written with the help of the wonderful Gemma Knight
    "Being in a band you can wear whatever you want — it's like an excuse for Halloween everyday" - Gwen Stefani

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    Wellington NZ
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