Throwback The ’90s – The ‘Tuck It In’ Trend

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Remember what Julia Roberts was wearing as Vivian Ward in the last scene of Pretty Woman? A loose fitted white Tee underneath a black oversized blazer with shoulder pads, AND she tucked the white Tee into her high waisted jeans.

Pretty Woman was a big hit in 1990 and so was Vivian Ward’s wardrobe. The inspiration from her last outfit of the movie had soon extended to tuck-in everything: from Tees to shirts to sweaters and turtlenecks…
Of course, you’d complete this smart look by wearing the ‘oversized blazer’ – although in the ’90s, they were not considered ‘oversized’, they were just considered chic!

There are currently lots and lots of ’90s comeback looks. However, the girls now who interpret the ’90s trends are mostly thin; super toned and often tanned, whereas the ’90s, women embraced big hair and voluminous clothing and they were much more laid back about their body shapes.
I personally think this isΒ the big difference between now and then.

’90s location shot on a raining day at Wuling Farm, Taiwan, by photographer Tsong-Chii Lynn.
Post film scan edit by photographer Kent Johnson.

30 comments

    • Haha~ I don’t blame you Steph. When the low waisted jeans took off AND took over, high waisted jeans and trousers suddenly looked ridiculous! To tell the truth, for a long period of time, I could not imagine myself putting on a pair of high waisted pants neither. X

    • Awww.., I’m so happy to hear that Jo. Lately, I’ve been digging out my old negatives for film scanning.., as most of them have gone discoloured, I’m glad that we get to bring this one to live! X

    • Oh yes.., tuck-in T-shirt + high waisted jeans + oversized blazer = chicest look after Pretty Woman released. People talk about Fashion Movies, and I think Pretty Woman had big influences on fashion trends. Thanks a lot for your feedback and compliment Sue. X

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