Baggy, loose, and oversized clothing was all the rage in the 90s and it is coming back into style. For women and men, the looser, the better. Because anyone can wear baggy fashion, all shapes and sizes sure to be comfortable in this stylish trend. The ease and comfort of slipping into loose clothing and the air of nonchalance accompanies every outfit.
You can be perfectly cute and comfy without wearing a t-shirt and sweats. One way is a big jacket. Wearing a monochrome outfit involving black, white, grey, or brown and topping it off with a pop of color can make a world of difference. A black crop top with high-waisted ripped, black leggings and black combat boots may seem too brooding, but adding an army green jacket completes the grunge look without straying from the urban vibes.
If you want to to dress up the blase vibes of street fashion, then you can’t go wrong with a black and white t-shirt dress and fishnet tights. Daring tights with black leather heeled booties make the outfit anything but simple.
Balance is essential to acing a baggy outfit, and subtle elements will keep the look from swallowing you whole. Try a maxi dress with a slit up the side or a tighter jean jacket to accentuate your figure. If you’re wearing sweatpants with an oversized t-shirt, try swapping out the sweats with joggers to tighten up the fabric around your ankles, keeping you comfortable—without overpowering you.
Layering is a comfortable way to walk out of the house without being worried about what weather Mother Nature is going to throw at you that day. If it’s too cold, you’re prepared. If it gets warmer, then you can just peel off the layers.
With the weather constantly changing from day to day in the Midwest, deciding what to wear for the day can be impossible. These ensembles add ease to every morning because there is no fear that what you pick will be too hot or too cold. It allows for endless possibilities to be added or taken away. Baggy clothing is a year-round trend for all to enjoy.
Photos by Emily Larson