There’s a bit of a ‘loungewear’ trend going on at the moment, have you seen it? It’s sort of luxe sportswear meets leggings, and it’s all about comfort, as well as style.

It’s inspired by the love for everything ’90s in the fashion world right now, but it’s not full on Sporty Spice, or Geri Halliwell in her yoga phase, okay? We’re not asking you to pull your hair back in a Croydon facelift ponytail and get all Nancy from Eastenders with your wardrobe. (Thankfully!).

But, there are, well, ‘tracksuit elements’, if you will, and there’s lots of lycra, jersey and slouchy styles. This is dressed down style. Loungewear, for lounging in. And for going out in.

Kylie Jenner loves to lounge around in super-chic sweats. You can do the same in this fab star print set from New Look (£27.99).

New Look star loungewear

Or perhaps this leopard print set (top, £14.99, bottoms, £12.99, both New Look) is more your pattern?

New Look leopard loungewear

Staying at New look, take a step away from loungewear and into a more sporty arena with their 90s inspired pants and tops.

New Look tracksuits

New Look loungwear sporty tracksuits

Red joggers, £14.99, red top, £17.99, black joggers with inserts, £22.99, all New Look

And this cute 90s inspired T-shirt dress (£17.99, New Look) is loungewear dressed up a little bit.

New Look t-shirt dress

You can embrace the dress in this loungewear trend. Just make sure it’s super simple, and super comfortable, like this H&M knitted blue dress (£19.99), or BHS slouchy striped number (£20).

loungewear dresses

A 90s style short skirt and slouchy top in stripes (top, £14.99, skirt, £9.99, both H&M) make alternative loungewear.

H&M stripes loungewaear

As does this fantatic bold printed palazzo pant and blouse combo from Betty Jackson Black @ Debenhams (Top, £48, bottoms, £45)

Debenhas Betty Jackson Black loungewear

Jumpsuits, all-in-ones, rompers – they all work brilliantly as loungewear – but please, don’t wear a onesie outside!

This pink patterned jumpsuit is summer perfection from GAP (£49.95), and their navy romper playsuit (£34.95) is a holiday musthave.

Gap jumpsuit and romper

And this plum jersey jumpsuit at H&M (£12.99) will work as well with heels as sliders or sandals.

H&M jersey jumpsuit

90s style – three ways

It was acceptable in the, er, 90s! Yep, forget the 80s, and the 70s, we’re now far enough away from them to me be channeling the 1990s in fashion.

But what were the 90s all about? What is 90s style? Well, we think it can be split into three main trends. So, this is 90s style for 2016 – three ways.

The 90s style we’re bringing to you is 90s grunge, 90s street, and 90s minimalist.

Lets start with classic 90s grunge. Time to channel your inner Courtney Love and team slip dresses (or actual slips) with oversized cardigans  – preferably from the menswear department – check shirts, chunky footwear and maybe a tiara or two. Oversized jumoer dresses are also great – even better with the old pull here and there!

Oh,and a denim jacket, to tie it all together, of course,

90s style 90s grungeClockwise, from top left: Green jumper dress, £29,99, H&M Studio, slip, £16, BHS, men’s cardigan, £15, BHS, check shirt, £19.99, New Look, tiara, £14, Claire’s Accessories, denim jacket, £24.99, New Look, Hunter biker boots, £110, Schuh

If that’s not your thing, then the polar opposite is 90s minimalist. Honed to perfection by those 90s supermodels like Naomi Campbell, Christy Turlington ,Linda Evangelista and more, this is simple, pared down, laidback, easy, effortless dressing at its best. Classic 90s style. Think draped jackets and tops, simple slip dresses, minimal accessories, flat shoes, and neutral colours.

Oh yeah, and the ubiquitous 90s body.

90s stule 90s ninimalistClockwise, from top left:  Draped sleeveless top, £19.99, New Look, slip dress, £55, Nine by Savannah Miller @ Debenhams, draped sleeveless coat, £160, French Connection, clutch, £18, BHS, cut out shoes, £58, Hush Puppies @ Schuh, grey draped body, £24.99, H&M, grey front split longline jumper, £17.99, New Look,

Finally, 90s street. In the 90s hip hop and rap was just starting to break through to the mainstream music scene. Street wear was 90s style at its coolest. Think Soul II Soul, Run DMC, and more, and you’re there. Sportswear, or sportswear inspired styles, trainers, crop tops, logos, prints and stripes.

90s style 90s streetClockwise, from top left: Mesh dress, £75, French Connection, crop top, £14.99, H&M Studio, Carbs T-shirt, £7.99, H&M, striped crop top, £12.99, New Look, blue bomber jacket, £24.99, New Look, backpack, £15.99, New Look, cap, £12.99, H&M Studio, Nike Air Force Hi Trainers, £92, Schuh, stripe panel trousers, £75, H&M