I love 90’s fashion. It’s my spiritual fashion home, and I desperately wish I hadn’t gotten rid of all my magazines when I left home at 17. I’ve managed to build up a small library again from ebay, amazon, etc., but if anyone has any Harper’s Bazaar or Vogue or Elle (especially Harper’s Bazaar) from the 90s that they would like to sell to a good home, please, please let me know!
It’s summer, but one can always dream of fall knitwear! These pages are from Harper’s Bazaar September 1998:
I like the sparkly sweater in the first photo, but the kerchief totally brings to mind Walsh by Julie Hoover from Brooklyn Tweed’s Winter 14 collection:
Although I think it probably would work better on longer hair than mine right now…..
This sweater would be so easy to make, a simple top down raglan, with chunky yarn…looks like there is some nice shaping on it. I personally would make the sleeves longer…I love the look of short sleeve sweaters, but find that I never wear them in this climate.
A nice long wool tunic. Not sure I would have the patience to knit it, but I do love a good tunic!
Every year I promise that this year will be the one that I am fully equipped knitwear wise for fall and winter….and every year I fail. The wish is still there, though, so yet again I will say that I am going to totally be equipped with beautiful hand knits this winter!
Again, if anyone has fashion magazines from the 90s they would like to unload and/or sell…..remember me!