We have another reason to thank Netflix. John Stamos announced on Jimmy Kimmel Live! That Netflix have commissioned a 13-episode season of Full House. That’s right, Michelle Tanner fans, your favorite 90s show is getting a revival. It will debut in 2016 and be spinoff series that focuses D.J. Tanner (Candace Cameron-Bure), her three kids, Stephanie Tanner (Jodie Sweetin) and neighbor Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber). There are also discussions that Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen and Bob Saget will have ongoing guest appearances.
To celebrate, put on your old hair scrunchie and take a look at some of the best 90s fashions from the Full House characters:
Denim overalls were fun but bright green ones were even better, especially if they were OshKosh and you paired them with a bright yellow shirt.
Michelle Tanner is rocking some awesome candy cane stripes while Danny Tanner is wearing a cardigan that looks like its inspiration was an old sofa. You have to love the 90s obsession with random prints.
What was with the baseball obsession of the 1990s? If you looked like you were on a Little League team you were the definition of cool.
D.J. Tanner showed it was never too early to start wearing a mom blazer and blouse. Mom blazers before driver’s license.
Jesse Katsopolis could pretty much wear anything and still look good as evidenced by this striped shirt with denim and leather jacket. I’m pretty sure N*SYNC‘s stylist was inspired by him.
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We cannot forget about neighbor Kimmy Gibbler. You may not recognize her here, but that’s her on the left hiding under the face mask and the massive yellow jacket that was probably borrowed from her uncle.
If you thought that there isn’t anything better than bright pink overalls, check out Michelle’s ruffled jumper. Not only did it have cute straps but it had rainbow polka dots on it. If you wore this, everyone in the playground would be jealous.
Statements sweaters were to the 1990s what peanut butter is to jelly, you couldn’t have one without the other. D.J. Tanner earns extra points for trying this dance scene instead of the usual wild print.
This outfit is probably the envy of hipsters everywhere. Who knew that studious Stephanie would be inspiring everyone from Portland to Brooklyn with her round glasses?
Rebecca Katsopolis taught us many things including that you can go for a cowgirl look and still look very girly.
If you thought they were secure in the front, check out the back.
Those are some massive jean shorts for a little girl. Michelle followed the 1990s style rule and paired her shorts with a turtleneck and scrunched white socks, because they went with everything.