Is the '90s Dress-Over-Trousers Trend Becoming a Thing Again?

We're not sure how to feel, TBH
Is the '90s Dress-Over-Trousers Trend Becoming a Thing Again?
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By Jess Edwards -

Ah, the '90s to noughties trend that we thought we'd never see IRL ever again. You know the one, where you basically can't decide which outfit to wear so you wear two at the same time?

Yep. The dress-over-trousers look from the '90s is apparently back and we're not sure how to feel about it.

Sure, Celine's autumn/winter 2016 runway show brought the trend to life in the best way possible - but sadly we don't have the funds to access even a belt made by this luxury designer, so getting this look is fairly unlikely.

And Celine wasn't the only design house jumping on board the '90s train, with Emilio Pucci, Toga, Marni and more getting in on the action, too.

But how are we supposed to take on a trend in 2016 that we last wore to Party In The Park in 2004?

If street style stars are to be believed, this trend can look cool, whether layering mini dresses over frilly denim, maxi shirt dresses only done up to the waist over jeans and patterned robes over pyjama-style wide-leg trousers.

And apparently even slip dresses over Adidas tracksuit bottoms. SO nineties, people.

Whether this is a trend you're going to try yourself or not, you have to give it to the fashion world for trying to bring this back... (Yes Nadine, we're looking at you.)

Whatever will be next? Disc belts?

Originally appeared on cosmopolitan.co.uk