Kate Moss Low-Key Wore Every 2018 Trend in the '90s

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Oh, Kate Moss in the ’90s. There really is nothing better than her style from the decade. She had hit her stride as one of the most in-demand models of the time (securing supermodel status) and was also making headlines for her relationship with Johnny Depp. But it’s her incomparable sense of style that makes her one of the most influential icons of her generation.

Before the street style scene was even a thing, it was Kate Moss who helped to put personal style on the map. And if there’s one person who embodied ’90s fashion, it was Moss. Her cool-girl attitude and willingness to experiment with trends and defy the rules is what turned her into the icon she is today. What’s most interesting, though, looking back at her best looks from the ’90s fashion scene is that the pieces are again relevant today. From her strappy sandals and oval sunglasses to straight-leg jeans and beaded bags, these are the 2018 trends Kate Moss wore in the ’90s.

A square neckline

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We’re seeing pieces with square necklines popping up everywhere right now. Try it with a dress like Kate Moss’s or with a simple T-shirt.

Oval sunglasses

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Widely popular in the ’90s among fashion icons like Kate Moss and Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy, oval sunglasses are now popular again.

Straight-leg jeans

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The ’90s is when straight-leg jeans were put on the map. But now, we’ve seen them return in a big way again.

Spaghetti straps

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Kate Moss clearly love spaghetti straps as much as everyone else in the ’90s. And we’re pretty excited that the tops with their dainty straps are now coming back.

Beaded bags

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Fashion is supposed to be fun, and right now nothing seems more exciting than the throwback beaded bags every fashion girl is carrying. Kate Moss has been a fan for years.

Strappy sandals

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One of the biggest shoe trends of the season, strappy sandals are the ’90s item our entire office wants to wear this summer.

All things yellow

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There’s no doubting that yellow has quickly risen to be the color of the moment.

A satin dress

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Satin dresses in all their forms—from slip styles to button-down versions—have returned and are here to stay.