Living Your Best 90s Life


If you keep up with me on Instagram, you probably know that as of late I have had an obsession with all things 90s. As far as clothing goes anyway. I feel like I need to write a guide to living your BEST 90s life. I would give anything to go back to the days of oversized flannel shirts, My-So-Called-Life because hello….Jared Leto IS A FOX, and Doc Martens. Perhaps I stumbled upon a book idea? Stay tuned!

Finding this flannel maxi skirt is probably the best thing that has happened to me in a while. Keep in mind I live in a small town, where nothing exciting ever happens, and the talk of the town is who Pearl’s date was to Bingo last week. Its riveting stuff I tell ya……..that Pearl, she sure does get around!


Back to the skirt, I found this dream at Buckle, formerly The Buckle, formerly The Brass Buckle. If you are from Nebraska you will get it. I’m really not one to shop at (the) Buckle, I just feel old when I walk in that store…and the layering.  I mean, do they really think you need to wear that many items to make up an outfit?! I guess so.  If you like to do this, more power to you! I just prefer to wear one shirt at a time. #thatsjustmethough #doyou

OK BACK TO THE SKIRT! As I was saying, when I do shop there, I am never disappointed. Their Gimmicks line is my favorite, very boho and laided back, this skirt is from that very line and sings to my 90s soul. I paired it with a crop top from Nasty Gal, and of course my favorite chunky platform boots from H&M.

The 90s. Such a great time for fashion, teen melodramas, and Tiger Beat Magazine! I would go back in a heartbeat. Maybe not to live through my teen years again (I was super awkward, hard to believe I know…..#not), but to spend countless hours with my nose in the latest issue of Sassy while listening to EnVouge, and daydreaming about what it would be like to go on a date with Jared Leto. At 15 years old, I had my priorities straight….duh.


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