Trend alert: soft grunge
Soft, sultry tones mixed with typically punk rock pieces is one of this season’s most daring combinations. Thanks to big names such as Christopher Kane and Marc Jacobs, the fashion world has been inspired and has reinvented nineties fashion, giving it a softer, prettier feel.
Topshop’s bleach denim dungarees are an example of tomboy fashion at its best; teamed with a pastel or white t-shirt, this outfit is a modern take on a classic nineties look. These dungarees are a must have investment for summer wardrobes.
Summer also welcomes the return of the canvas board shoe. This classic design gives you the opportunity to nab a really unique print, with brands like vans offering colourful and exclusive designs; there really is a style for everyone, making old school grunge current.
Giving pretty accessories that edgier feel is a simple way of achieving a soft grunge look. This ASOS studded headband mixes a feminine look with spikes, giving it a tougher twist.
As well as fierce accessories, achieve nineties glamour this season with hot pinks and purple lipsticks, colours sported by celebrities such as Azealia Banks and Rihanna, who show us how to rock soft grunge.This season watch out for crop tops, double denim and pastel tones — all set to make grunge girly.