Throwback The ’90s – The Bandana

Autosave-File vom d-lab2/3 der AgfaPhoto GmbHHow do I feel about the ’90s fashion trends that have made a comeback so fast? I mean, that decade contains my precious teenage years to my twenties.

Before today I had resisted to blog about any comeback trend from the ’90s.., well, I’ve been there and done that! However, there are some trends I’d love to re-embrace, such as the bandana.
The fact that it’s a large printed handkerchief; has made this ‘earthy cousin of the posh silk scarf’ wilder; more hippie and more fun! I’d adopt this trend again in a heartbeat.

Stay tuned to more of my ’90s throwback posts. Welcome back ’90s!

Location shoot at a farm in Taiwan in the ’90s by photographer: Tsong-Chii, Lynn

18 comments

  1. Gorgeous! Thanks for sharing. I was born in the 90’s, and looking back the clothes worn were very stylish in a different way compared to the 2000’s. 🙂

  2. I am a fervent bandana fan, I have about 8-10 (even some I made myself) and wear them on varying occasions, to mix and match with different outfits. BTW, I haven’t seen you leaving comments on my blog posts lately…is everything OK? Let me know…

    • It’s lovely to hear from you Jacob. Yes the bandana is very versatile.., besides the way I wore it in the photo above, it could be worn on our head like a headband; worn around our neck in several ways; worn around our wrist and so on…
      Thank you for your kind regards, I’ve been busy lately… Love & hugs. X

    • Yes, that’s exactly what trends do to us! This photo was taken when I was still a teenager.., I just found a new (photo) scanner; therefore, this ’90s trends’ series became possible. Thank you for your feedback! X

  3. I 100% agree with the comment above, your style and writing is very original, definitely different from the other fashion blogs that I’ve seen. You pull off the hippie look flawlessly, don’t think you can ever look bad.

    Shireen | Reflection of Sanity

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