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Adidas Slides

In the '90s you'd be hard-pressed to find anyone who didn't own these fresh slides, and now you wish you didn't get rid of yours. They've been spotted on models from Gigi Hadid to Suki Waterhouse (pictured here), and even Gucci is getting in on the sporty style.

Adidas Performance Women's Adilette CF Ultra Stripes, ADIDAS (Available at Amazon),

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Animal Backpacks

The '90s were all about cutesy accessories, including fluffy, animal-shaped backpacks. The trend appeared at Philipp Plein's Fall/Winter 2018 runway show, in which this teddy bear was covered entirely with rhinestones.

Fuzzy Teddy Bear Backpack, ETSY,

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Claw Clips

Nowadays these clips are used to hold your hair up when you don't want to get it wet in the shower, but in the '90s, these babies were the ultimate chic hair accessory. (Jennifer Aniston's character Rachel Greene in Friends was an avid fan.) The were spotted in the wild at Alexander Wang's Fall/Winter '18 show.

Open Claw Clip Set, KITSCH (Available at Shopbop),

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Bandanas

Bandanas were such a versatile accessory to have in your '90s wardrobe, because you could wear them in your hair! Around your neck! As a shirt! The possibilities really were endless. R13 brought them back in its Fall/Winter '18 runway show complete with a trucker hat and leather cuffs.

Paisley Bandanas, AMAZON, for a pack of 12

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Bike Shorts

Spandex bike shorts were perfect to wear in or out of the gym, and even figures like Madonna and Princess Diana were fans of the style. They've recently been welcomed back into the fashion fold thanks to Kim Kardashian and Off-White — Naomi Campbell modeled a white pair at the brand's Spring 2018 runway show.

Women's Stretch Jersey Bike Short, HANES (Available at Amazon),

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Bucket Hats

Bucket hats were one of those divisive trends — you either loved them or wouldn't be caught dead in one. But whatever your stance, just know that they appeared at Lacoste's Fall/Winter 2018 show in Paris, and they actually looked kind of good?

Casual Hat, KEKOLIN (Available at Amazon),

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Cargo Pants

Cargo pants had so many extra pockets (usually secured with velcro) that you didn't even need a purse. Bonus points if yours were camouflage. Bella Hadid rocked a pair with a cropped jacket while out in New York City, and she really made a case for the style's comeback.

Camo Print Cargo Pants, LOVE, FIRE (Available at Nordstrom),

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Cat-Eye Sunglasses

Exaggerated cat-eye frames really peaked in the '90s. Now, the style is more modern, as evidenced by this tortoiseshell pair Selena Gomez paired with a navy off-the-shoulder dress.

The Last Lolita Cat-Eye Acetate Mirrored Sunglasses, LE SPECS (Available at Net-A-Porter), 0

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Chain Belts

These belts were the ultimate grunge-era accessory, best worn with a flannel shirt and your fave ripped jeans. Bella Hadid gave the nostalgic piece a modern twist by pairing it with pinstripe pants.

TFJ Women Narrow Belt, AMAZON,

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Combat Boots

Black combat boots (specifically Dr. Martens) were the footwear trend of the '90s, also popularized by the grunge scene of the decade. Pair them with a floral dress to give your look some edge.

Women's Pascal Leather Combat Boot, DR. MARTENS (Available at Amazon),

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Fanny Packs

Fanny packs bore the brunt of many fashion jokes, but in the '90s they were revered as a brilliant way to carry all your sht hands free. Today, these genius belt bags are back with a vengeance, spotted on everyone from style bloggers to Kendall Jenner.

Lera Croc Convertible Belt Bag, URBAN OUTFITTERS,

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Fishnet Tights

Fishnet tights were another grunge-era accessory that were quickly adopted by '90s women. Today, they're often worn under ripped jeans, as socks, or with dainty high heels.

High Waist Tights Fishnet Stockings, AMAZON, for pack of 5

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High-Waisted Mom Jeans

Mom jeans are back and better than ever. The high-waisted baggy style has been popularized again thanks to street-style stars, models like Gigi Hadid (pictured here), and clothing brands. Despite all the times the pants have been the butt of fashion jokes, the silhouette is actually flattering as hell.

Boohoo Turn Up Hem Mom Jeans, ASOS,

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Matching Plaid Sets

Who could forget Cher's iconic yellow plaid blazer and skirt set from Clueless? Countless brands included matching patterns in their Fall/Winter '18 collections, including Michael Kors and Versace (pictured here).

Freij Plaid Pant Set, FASHION NOVA,

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Mini Backpacks

Remember when you'd try and fit all the day's essentials in a pint-size pack during the trend's heyday in the '90s? And now, the backpacks are back and smaller than ever!

Northcote Road Zip-Top Small Backpack, RADLEY LONDON (Available at Macy's), 5

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Wide-Legged Pants

For years, it's been all about the skinny jean. But prepare to embrace extremely wide-legged pants, much like model Karlie Kloss's pictured here.

Wide-Cut Pants, H&M;,

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Denim Jackets with Patches

Ironing or stitching patches on your denim jacket was a '90s way of expressing your individuality and personality in one garment. Fans of the style should be happy to hear that these jackets are "cool" again — this style, spotted at Fashion Week, had designer labels sewn into the back with an embroidered rose.

Oversized Patched and Distressed Denim Jacket, SOHO GLAM (Available at Amazon),

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Platform Sneakers

Platform sneakers were definitely for those who loved the comfort of sneakers but still wanted to look six inches taller — Baby Spice was a huge fan. Gucci helped bring the '90s trend back with its multicolor striped platform sneakers (pictured here), along with brands like Superga, Converse, and Vans, which also offer platform versions of their popular shoes.

Superga Women's 2790 Cotmultifox Sneaker, SUPERGA (Available at Amazon),

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Scrunchies

If you had vivid memories of getting ready for elementary school, you likely remember throwing one of these babies in your hair. Models wore them at Maryam Nassir Zadeh's Spring/Summer '18 runway show, and even Balenciaga offers the nostalgic trend to purchase.

Days Of The Week Scrunchie Set, URBAN OUTFITTERS,

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Slip Dresses

Delicate slip dresses were a staple in every '90s girl's closet — just ask Kate Moss and Courtney Love. Today, everyone from Hailey Baldwin to Emily Ratajkowski (pictured here) are fans of the style, which often is paired with layered choker necklaces — another very '90s look.

Midi Cami Slip Dress, ASOS,

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White Sneakers

White sneakers (Keds, Chuck Taylors, Stan Smiths, and Air Jordans, to name a few) were hard to miss in the '90s, and the trend resurfaced in a major way in 2017. White sneakers were the go-to streetwear style of celebrities like Kendall Jenner, Zendaya (pictured here), and Gigi and Bella Hadid.

Chuck Taylor All Star Canvas High Top Sneaker, CONVERSE (Available at Amazon),

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Tommy Hilfiger Logos

These were a must for any '90s "Tommy Girl" — the classic red, white, and blue logos appeared on everything from shirts to sweaters to skirts. Now, with the help of Gigi Hadid (she has collaborated with Tommy Hilfiger for two years), the brand is back and more popular than ever.

Women's Big Logo T-Shirt, TOMMY HILFIGER (Available at Amazon),

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Spaghetti Straps

Spaghetti-strap tops and dresses were worn to elegant soirees (à la Gwyneth Paltrow's 1999 Oscars ensemble) and were the "going out" style of the '90s. The trend has been popping up on celebrities (like Jordyn Woods, here) and quickly is making its way to the fashion fore again.

Skinny Strap Brami, FREE PEOPLE,

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Tracksuits

Bright, sporty tracksuits were popular in the '90s, and now, they're on their way back thanks in part to the athleisure trend. Here, Kendall Jenner dressed up her Adidas number, designed by Danielle Cathari, with white peep-toe heels.

SST Track Jacket, ADIDAS,

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SST Track Jacket, ADIDAS,

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Zig-Zag Hairbands

Whether you used them to wash your face or as a hair accessory, these spiky yet functional plastic headbands were a must. They caused quite the commotion when they resurfaced on Prabal Gurung's Fall/Winter '18 runway in February.

Scunci® Effortless Beauty 3-Count Stretch Hair Comb, BED BATH & BEYOND,

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Denim Overalls

Denim overalls were a hit back when Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen were still on television. Those were the days, right? Now, designers are offering up more stylish versions, like the oversize number Sofia Richie's wearing here.

Women's Original Overalls, LEVI'S (Available at Amazon),

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Flannel Shirts

Flannels were worn as shirts, but most often tied around the waist as a trendy '90s look. Here, Hailey Baldwin put a modern spin on the classic style when she paired it with denim cutoffs and black ankle boots.

Flannel Shirt, LAND'S END (Available at Amazon),

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Colorful Windbreakers

Similar to tracksuits, windbreakers were worn to make your ensemble more sporty and to add a pop of color. With its revival, the iconic colorful jacket has become even more fashion friendly.

‘90s Green Colorblocked Anorak Windbreaker Jacket, URBAN OUTFITTERS,

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Velvet

Velvet was another trend that was popular in the grunge era, but it's since resurfaced with an elegant twist on tailored coats, dressy pants, wrap dresses, and more.

Velvet Mockneck Tee, MADEWELL,

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Socks with Heels

In the '90s, it was all about wearing white frilly socks with heels or your Dr. Marten Mary Janes. Today, the trend is making its way back, and your feet are already feeling so thankful. (Just think of all the blisters you'll avoid!)

Crop Ribbed Glitter Ankle Socks, TOPSHOP,

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