10 '90s TV Shows Worth Rewatching for the Clothes

Fanny packs, high-waisted jeans, slip dresses, scrunchies, and oversize blazers galore. The '90s don't feel so far away, as we're always trying to put a modern-day twist on past favorites. Our parents' old photo albums are always a safe bet, but the other place we turn to for endless inspiration is '90s TV shows. Some of the story lines may fall flat now, but the outfits still go just as strong.

No matter your aesthetic—whether you're a Rachel Green, an Elaine Benes, a Lindsay Weir, or a Fran Fine—we've put together the most stylish TV shows of the '90s that perfectly encapsulate the trends of the time that we can't wait to rewatch for some much-needed style inspiration from all the characters.


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There isn't an outfit that Rachel wore that we don't love. 


The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
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Bold prints, bold colors, and statement accessories are just a few things that pop up when watching this show. The other one? The endless amount of cool kicks.


Freaks and Geeks
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Time to bring out our oversize army jacket à la Lindsay Weir.


The Nanny
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Fran Fine was goals then and now. Can we have that matching set?


Saved by the Bell
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Crop tops, combat boots, and high-cut swimsuits? Some of the clothing that defined the early '90s all in one show—both high school and the college years.


Sex and the City
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Be it the shoes Carrie would still obsess over today or a modern-day shopping list of items deemed so Miranda, it's safe to say these four ladies will forever hold a place as style icons.


Beverly Hills, 90210
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Only a few episodes in and you'll lose count of all the trends on the show that we're coveting now. First up: Slouchy denim inspiration for days.


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Elaine Benes proved that there is no such thing as too many blazers or power suits.


Dawson's Creek
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(Re)Watch the 1998 series and see if you can pinpoint when they transition from '90s trends to early '00s.


Melrose Place
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The same cool and collected style of the '90s but with a more mature touch (and much more drama).

Let the binge-watching begin!