The Skater aesthetic along with the subculture of skating has seen a huge resurgence amongst young people.
Since the fashion styles of the 90’s has taken over the fashion world, a big part of the 90’s was skate culture and the brands and clothing that encompass it.
Brands like Vans and Thrasher; traditionally Skate brands have seen unprecedented popularity amongst people that don’t even skateboard.
The skater aesthetic also changes though – there are periods of time where skinny jeans and big blocky DC shoes were what you wore, but the skate aesthetic that is currently popular is a throwback to the baggy era.
Baggy jeans, oversized tees, beanies, etc.