What to Wear: The Night Brunch – 90’s Spring-Time Vibes

What to Wear: The Night Brunch – 90’s Spring-Time Vibes

In the 90’s, Beverly Hills 90210 was one of my favorite shows. Really, I could still binge watch 90210 for hours on end.

So, when I heard about “The Night Brunch – 90’s Spring-Time Vibes” I knew that I needed to channel my inner Donna Martin.

Unbeknownst to me, nineties denim is back. Personally, unless it’s for a thematic dressing situation such as this, I wouldn’t be caught dead in said jeans. They do nothing for any and all body types. So, when it came to finding a pair for brunch I went to H&M’s Harborplace Location (301 Light Street) and found this pair for $29.99. After all, who wants to pay top dollar for unflattering jeans. And, when you’re done with them, you can turn them into cutoffs for festival season. (Photo courtesy hm.com)

While at H&M, I found this basic white tee shirt for $12.99. To make your outfit extra 90’s, buy it a size too big and roll the sleeves. (Photo courtesy hm.com)

How much more 90’s can you get than a nylon Prada backpack? I remember BEGGING my mom for one until she gave in, but I digress… Well, it turns out you can still get one at prada.com – go figure. (Prada Nylon Backpack $1150, Photo courtesy prada.com)

If iPhones existed in the 90’s, I’m pretty sure this Gucci would be the case to have. And, it’s so bright, you’d never misplace your phone! (Gucci iPhone Case $190 at netaporter.com, Photo Courtesy netaporter.com)

And last, but not least, what 90’s outfit is complete without a pair of Doc Martens. In my heyday, I rocked an assortment of Doc Martens. But, for current purposes, I suggest a pair of original 8 eye boots. [Doc Martens $140 at drmartens.com, Photo courtesy dr.martens.com)

Have fun eating brunch at night and reliving your glory days. Just remember, you’re way older and have way more responsibility than you had in the 90’s, so drink accordingly. xx

Sloane Brown

Baltimore's longtime fashion and social scene reporter, Sloane is the founder/managing editor of Baltimore Snap.