Nadine Shows Us How to Update These 90s Fashion Trends - Fashion
Nadine Shows Us How to Update These 90s Fashion Trends

Nadine Shows Us How to Update These 90s Fashion Trends

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Nadine Lustre has always been a chameleon. She naturally adapts into whatever role or creative pursuit she’s in whether it’s acting, singing, or being a creative director of a beauty brand. We’re also huge fans of her style and how it has evolved through the years. Take inspiration from Nadine and sport these remixed 90s and early 2000s trends.

Chunky Sneakers

Statement-making chunky white sneakers like the Skechers D’Lites The Original are definitely foolproof for any season.

Luxury brands are bringing back the chunky shoe trend and Skechers is once again proving they’re the OG with their latest line of chunky sneakers. Featuring an achromatic remix of their signature style, the latest release is a series of different chunky silhouettes to complete a mod version of street style. Sport them like a true 90s kid like fashion icon Nadine Lustre.


Biker Shorts

Take cues from the pride of the jungle and opt for steppers in fierce leopard prints like the Skechers D’Lites The Original

These shorts aren’t just for cycling. With the right styling, you can actually wear them for a night out. To avoid looking like you just stepped out of a gym, pair them with an embellished jacket and statement accessory to glam it up like Nadine.

Chain Belts

Seductive silhouettes are elevated with a leather pair matched with easy velcro straps like the Skechers D’Lites 3.0.

Speaking of statement accessories, these chain belts were all the rage back in the 2000s during the peak of pop and RnB. Instead of adding other accessories or jewellery, keep it simple like Nadine. Choose black and white or a neutral color palette and allow the chain belt to shine on its own.

Leather Jacket

Hit the refresh button with the classic 90s trainers rendered in quilted leather for a more opulent feel like the Skechers D’Lites The Original.

Leather jackets are sexy but difficult to pull off especially in this city where the weather is always on the opposing ends of the spectrum. Simple solution? Get a cropped version that can either be worn on top of a shirt or on its own just like Nadine.


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Photography SHAIRA LUNA of ARTISTS & CO.
Fashion direction and Styling LYN ALUMNO
Shoot Coordination THEA MARTIN
Shoot Assistant AZELLE ESTACIO