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Revisiting ’90s style icons

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Sophomore Jessica Yin sports signature '90d trends.

Sophomore Jessica Yin sports signature '90d trends.

Photo Rafaela Coelho

Photo Rafaela Coelho

Sophomore Jessica Yin sports signature '90d trends.

Jessica Yin, Staff Writer

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The ‘90s have found their way into the 21st century. Travel back in time a few years and start donning these nostalgic trends. Here are some of my favorite style icons of the ‘90s who wore it best:

  1. Rachel Green: Watch one episode of Friends and you’ll be wishing you could take a peek into Rachel’s closet. From overalls to plaid skirt-and-knee-socks combo, the only mishap Rachel Green ever made, in my opinion, was marrying Ross.
  2. Winona Ryder: This actress always wore looks that were unique to herself. Soon enough, the tomboy-ish and all-black red carpet ensembles became a signature look. No wonder she caught the attention of Johnny Depp. You could always catch Winona effortlessly crushing hearts in a tee and pair of jeans.
  3. Britney Spears: As a result of Spears’s revolutionary work in pop music, she opened a new world of fashion. The “schoolgirl” look from the “…Baby One More Time” music video is inspired by her signature style. Add a twist to the plaid skirt by wearing it with another basic pattern on top.
  4. Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love: Even if you don’t know a single Nirvana song, you can still pull off the effortless, grunge style. Love, with her dark lips and bedhead hair, matched with husband Cobain, father of the flannel, were a more influential couple than the Clintons in the 90s. Destroyed band tees and oversized denim were classic signatures of the 90s.
  5. Cher from Clueless: When I think of Clueless, I think of that yellow plaid ensemble Cher busted out via computer-closet. I remember being a child and worshipping her quirky, fun outfits that made Cher my all-time favorite fashion icon. Summon that classic Cher sass and don’t be afraid to wear whatever you want, from a bubblegum pink fuzzy sweater to all-plaid outfit.
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