8 Times Gwen Stefani Was No Doubt A Style Icon

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Fashion from the 90's is back in full force. From distressed denim, to choker necklaces, it feels like we can open up one of our high school yearbooks and be completely relevant in our style again.

From her blue-hair, to her glamorous red lipstick, Gwen Stefani's fashion was "no doubt" one of the most iconic evolution of the 90's.

Pastel Hair Colors

Before Katy Perry showed off her blue locks, Stefani showed off the electric-blue hair at the MTV Video Music Awards in September 1998. The rest of the outfit is so totally 90s right now; from the jewels on her face, to the strange wardrobe.

Retro-Punch Wardrobe

When Gwen took the stage at the Shoreline Amphitheatre on June 14, 1996 dressed in yellow patent leather pants with a chunky black belt and a cropped white tank top, a style was born.

"I never had a stylist or a makeup artist or even an assistant. I had my makeup box and I had my suitcase," Gwen said.

When Girls Wore Ties

I think all girls remember pairing a splashy colored tie with their outfits as part of a 'punk' style motivated by Gwen. At Super Bowl 2002, Gwen played out a plaid punk look with knee-high boots, a single red biker glove, and a tie, bikini, tank top, vest combo.

Red Lipstick

What better way for a girl to stand out than those big bright red lips! Gwen was always able to pull off that Hollywood glam look and make it her own.

The nostalgia continues with these great styles.

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