It's no secret that 90s fashion is making a comeback, from crop tops to chokers and overalls. Kids these days are embracing these returning trends, while those of us who were around in the 90s can't help but feel nostalgic.
We may no longer be at the age where we can wear butterfly clips, plastic bracelets, or ripped tights, but if you were to ask anyone who knew us back in the good ol' days, our clothes and accessories earned us some serious style creds.
Whether you were a trendsetter like Hilary Banks, a grunge babe like Kim Gordon, athletic like Sporty Spice, or a rocker chick like Courtney Love, here are 18 accessories that you definitely wore:
1. Mini backpacks
2. Toe rings
3. Single charm chokers (Bonus points if it is yin and yang)
4. Mood rings
5. Smiley face jewelry
6. Butterfly hair clips
7. Spider comb headbands
8. Tiny tinted sunglasses
10. Bucket hats
11. Ankle bracelets
12. Power beads
13. Puka shell jewelry
14. Plastic pacifier necklaces
15. Large buckle belts
17. Chain wallets
18. Inflatable bubble backpack
How many of these accessories did you own in the 90s? Let us know in the comments!
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