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Marcus Kirby
by Published on September 4, 2019

If I had the power to travel back to any fashion era, I'd send myself back to the '90s—no doubt about it. After all, I was born in the mid-'90s and thus never got the chance to fully experience everything the decade entailed. (You could say my style was more Michelle Tanner than Cher Horowitz.) That said, I always found inspiration in the grungy-chic looks I saw celebrities rocking in the pages of Tiger Beat, and I dreamed of the day when I'd be able to dress just like them.

The good news for my younger self (and 2019 me!) is that the '90s have been mounting a serious comeback, asserting their influence on collections across the high-low spectrum. In other words, this season, the more your outfit screams "Naomi Campbell circa 1995," the more stylish you look. Just take a glance at Forever 21's Indie Bloom collection—it's chock-full of plaid skirts, fuzzy tops (yes, fuzzy tops), and colorful hair clips that remind me of the ones I used to trade with my friends at recess.

Keep scrolling to see what I've been adding to my cart to keep up with this nostalgic trend.

Up next,  Jennifer Aniston's Best Outfits That Prove She's Still the Queen of the '90s

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