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27 Essential Items Every 90s Girl Had In Their Bedroom

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Tweens and teens from the 90s are very different from today's kids. Back then, we didn't need to worry about how we looked on social media, instead we were occupied playing with the best toys and decorating our rooms with the coolest items.

These days people favour the minimalist approach, but no matter how much older we get, we will always hold our funky, poster-covered bedrooms close to our hearts.

Here are 27 items that every girl in the 90s owned or wished they owned in their bedroom:

1. Plastic blow-up chair

2. Posters


3. Lava Lamps

4. Mary-Kate And Ashley furniture

5. Beanie Babies

Money Inc

6. Glow in the dark stars


7. Clear plastic phone

YOLO Center

8. Sea Monkeys


9. Lisa Frank stationary


10. Lip Smacker Collection

Bunny Cookie

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