6 New Season Trends Sabrina is Nailing

Sabrina Spellman is synonymous with 90s nostalgia, she epitomised everything the decade stood for sartorially, from statement chokers to crushed velvet. As the show celebrates its 20th anniversary, we’re looking back at the trends she rocked that are totally relevant today. 

Sheer Pieces

If there was anyone who mastered the art of retro layering, it was Sabrina. Seldom seen without her sheer shirt and cami combo, the teen witch was a trailblazer for the style, and we’re desperate to re-create it. Try star prints and mesh t-shirts for the day, or lace detail bodycons for a high impact evening look. Bring the look into the new season with cold shoulder and frill details. 


Crushed Velvet

Velvet was pretty much everywhere during the 90s, with Sabrina’s favourite piece being the velvet skirt. Re-live the decade with crop tops and dresses in the soft-to-touch fabric, adding newness with cut-out details and lace inserts. 


Chokers

Accessorising the neck has been a dominant trend this season and as we move into autumn, look to Sabrina for some 90s girl style cues. Think velvet burgundy pieces or black lace necklaces for those vampy vibes. 


Sateen Feels

With a silky feel and a pyjama-like silhouette, the 90s slumber party trend is well and truly back. Sabrina’s glorious sateen dress is one to re-create for sure – try wrap front pieces in muted tones to achieve the look. 

Knee High Boots

The perfect way to add a pop of colour to your LBD, make like Sabrina with a pair of colourful knee-high boots. Give the look a modern refresh with a palette of grey, tan or burgundy, and take it over the knee for high impact. 

Lace-Up Details

Reminiscent of romantic silhouettes, Sabrina’s spell-binding looks always incorporated lace up details. Adapt her look with black bodysuits, crop tops and shirt dresses all finished with those nostalgic ties. 

Originally posted on daily.newlook.com

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