90's Streetwear Inspo: NAIDOC Edition

The 90’s are all the rage, so today we’re bringing you iconic streetwear looks from the 90’s for inspiration to style our NAIDOC 2021 range. Get styling and stand out this NAIDOC Week!

Channel one of the ultimate 90’s style icons from the sitcom Friends: Rachel Green aka Jennifer Aniston. To get this snapback and slip-and-tee combo, we’ve styled our NAIDOC Care For Country Womens Pink Print Tee underneath a plain black maxi satin slip dress and added a thin black belt to accentuate the waist. We’ve paired our NAIDOC Heart Black Casual Cap with a pair of 90’s vibes tortoiseshell tinted rectangular sunglasses. Of course, this 90’s look isn’t complete without the classic combo of white crew socks and chunky white trainers. This simple, but effortlessly cool outfit is perfect for any casual outing. Since slip dresses always exude elegance, you can take this look from day-to-night just by simply adding a warm coat or jacket - and wallah you’re ready to hit the town!

Jennifer Aniston on set, 1996. Courtesy of Harper’s Bazaar, 2017 (Left + Right). 

Long before the Kardashians and Hailey Bieber were wearing bike shorts, Princess Diana put them on the map. The late royal finessed ‘90s athleisure and casual attire, making her a relatable fashion icon that we look to to this day. Channel Princess Diana’s timeless style in our relaxed, unisex fit black NAIDOC Heal Country Classic Hoodie and our Tea Tree Blossom Gym Bike Short. For the final touches of this look, we’ve paired some white tube socks and white chunky sneakers with tortoiseshell tinted rectangular sunglasses. This outfit is perfect if you’re out and about running errands, going on your coffee run or going to the gym. Better World Arts' Marks Bamboo Eco Mug is excellent for these on-the-go occasions, and it’s reusable so you can do your bit in preventing more single-use cups from going to landfill at the same time!

Princess Diana leaving a London country club in a Virgin Atlantic Sweatshirt, 1995. Courtesy of Harper’s Bazaar, 2017 (Left). Princess Diana on the go in 1996, Brendan Beirne/Shutterstock. Courtesy of Harper’s Bazaar, 2019 (Right).

If it’s one thing the 90’s Fresh Prince of Bel Air has taught us about fashion, it’s how to dress with swag. Will Smith’s effortlessly cool n’ casual style translated onto the world-renowned sitcom was religiously copied by fans and had a huge influence on mainstream fashion throughout the 90’s. The key to channeling the Fresh Prince’s style is to wear anything and everything baggy and in the loudest colours, prints and patterns you can find, and then pair them with some fresh white Jordans or Nikes and white tube socks. Though his looks may be casual, they are elevated by his fresh, colour-coordinated choice in accessories: he’s rarely ever seen without the infamous 90’s bucket hat or baseball cap. We’ve mixed n’ matched patterns by pairing our unisex NAIDOC Heal Country Country Classic Tilt Black Tie Dye Tee with our vibrant Bush Food Bucket Hat. To elevate the look and add to it’s versatility, we’ve paired it with a NAIDOC Heart Waist Bag. We’ve styled the NAIDOC products with plain cropped white-wash jeans and chunky white Nike sneakers to make the bold colours pop even more. So, whether you’re out running errands, just going to uni to study, or going on holidays The Fresh Prince has you covered!

The Fresh Prince mixing and matching, 1990s. Courtesy of E! News, 2016 (Left). Will Smith donning a Bucket Hat, 1990. Courtesy of Paul Drinkwater/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images, 2020 (Right).


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