For a couple of seasons now, we have been seeing that the 90s were slowly making a comeback. For this spring-summer they have landed stronger than ever: "total-looks" in the same colour, impossible make-up, skirt suits and bizarre colour combinations. Get used to hearing the classic "this was fashionable decades ago" because the 90s are back, and it's time not only to adapt it to our own style, but also learn how to wear it in 2021.
Fuchsia is going to be one of the star colours in clothing, footwear and make-up. The first thing that comes to mind when I think of this colour is one of Versace's most iconic looks from 1990, where a fuchsia dress was paired with fuchsia tights and shoes. The famous Italian fashion house has done it again this season, reinventing the look, but keeping the same shade of pink.
As you know miMaO is all about colour, and our Sunny platform will give you just that in this fuchsia shade. Our Savannah sandals in zebra print will match any fuchsia look.
Flat shoes with platforms were undoubtedly a cult product during these years. They were seen in TV series, fashion magazines and on the streets. They were undoubtedly the best way to combine height without having to wear impossible stilettos. This season, we have brought both: flatforms and moccasins with platforms, but also heels with comfortable platforms to cushion every step. You have no choice but to wear them (plus it makes the shoe more comfortable!).
For a flat moccasin with a platform, have a look at our Trend moccasin, comfortable and stylish! But if you are more into platform sandals, we totally recommend our Pompom style!
3. Polo shirts
Another trend that has been taken straight from the wonderful 90s is the polo shirt. This classic short-sleeved T-shirt with a collar is reinvented to rejuvenate this season's looks. We can see the use of ribbed texture or maxi knit as new materials.
This t-shirt style has always been related to sports or casual looks. Match this trend with your favorite sneakers like our Walk style.
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