She is the one, Sailor Moon.
Buttercup, Blossom and Bubbles!
Forget Nineties, its all about the Noughties now.
It's me, Mario.
So much nostalgia.
The Hills taught us a lot about fashion.
Twenty-five bucks for a stroll down memory lane and a delicious smelling perfume? I'll take it!
We want Jennifer Aniston's clothes as much as we want her hair.
"5. Glitter should be used on rare occasion, and even then, very sparingly."
Sienna Miller was the queen of boho in the 2000's, and we still love the looks today.
Video game-lovers and fashionistas rejoice!
Daria might not have gotten along with the Fashion Club, but Daria still has a lot of important style lessons to impress …
Calling all '90s logo lovers.
Tanks with other tanks, tanks with sheer tops, tanks with contrasting bras. There wasn't a piece that didn't work with y …
Did you love J-14 or CosmoGIRL!? The magazine you loved to read as a tween says a lot about you as an adul …
There are lots of ways to wear scarves and some are better than others.
Tights went with everything: shorts, dresses, socks, other pairs of tights. You name it, we did it.
The Olsens weren't the only twins we picked up fashion ideas from.
It all started with The Parent Trap.
A plain t-shirt was so much better with a "clever" saying on it.
That fleece Gap hoodie was the best thing in your wardrobe.
You weren't a fashionista unless you had a pair of designer jeans with frayed hems and sparkly logo pockets.
Bath And Body Works are bring back some of your old faves, but let's not stop there.
It's not just the formulas that have changed over time, so has the packaging.
Let's see those ballgowns and tiaras, prom queens!
Was it a dress or was it a top? It didn't matter, you wore it however you liked.
There wasn't a fuzzy hair accessory or clashing print in sight.
Everyone looked like they were going to Coachella in the 2000s.
We want to know about the good, the bad, and the awkward first kisses -- even though we're pretty sure it will al …
UGG boots weren't the only questionable shoe we wore in the 2000s.
Think back to a time before there were fifty different Keeping Up With The Kardashians spin-offs.
Von Dutch trucker hats. Enough said.
Beyoncé, can you handle this?
Phoebe wasn't the only one to wear some quirky looks.
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Before there was Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Vine or Tum …
Layered shirts, flippy skirts and Chrismukkah.
Get ready to cringe at memories of corset belts and ~*cute*~ belt buckles.
Hilary Duff wore a lot of WTF things on Lizzie McGuire. And we can't forget about her BFF Miranda.
Join me in taking a trip down memory lane, and we'll regretfully remember all the ways we used to wear camo and cargo pa …
As anyone who once wore flip flops with formalwear can tell you, the 2000s were a really, really painful time in the wor …
Add in a flannel shirt or a bucket hat, and you'll have the best 90s present.
It's woman-centric, it's hilarious, it's filled with sexual tension and stupid references, and the clothes are straight- …
As anyone who's rewatching Gilmore Girls on Netflix can tell you, Stars Hollow's affinity for quirky, strange, and flat- …
Oh, baby, baby, we sure did want to look like Britney Spears.
I can't decide if he looks like the member of a metal band, the purveyor of sitar music at your local Pier 1, or an unre …
"I thought I looked like Audrey Hepburn, when in fact I looked like Groucho Marx."