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10 Worst Celebrity Fashion Moments From The ’90s

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Fashion has always been cyclical in nature and many popular trends from our past decades have resurfaced and renewed themselves in recent years. In 2017 we’ve seen the return of vintage Levi’s jeans, choker necklaces, oversized windbreakers in neon colors and even tinted sunglasses! Despite these returning trends, there are a few looks that celebrities have rocked in the ’90s that we truly hope stay in the decade they came from. Whether it’s Mariah Carey’s crochet mini dress or N’Sync’s vinyl trench coats, follow along for 10 of the worst celebrity outfits and trends from the ’90s:

10. Christina Aguilera

Christina Aguilera was known for her out of the box fashion ensembles back during her peak pop star days in the ’90s. Her tendency to be adventurous definitely landed her on quite a few worst dressed lists and this pink frothy ensemble was absolutely one of those misses. Not only is a Las Vegas graphic tee unsuitable for a red carpet event, but the fringe detailing adds extra tackiness. Her skirt is slung low on her hips which creates unflattering proportions and the texture and drawstring detailing makes for an unsightly red carpet moment.

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9. Spice Girls

The Spice Girls made huge waves in the entertainment industry in the ’90s with their girl power vibes and empowering personas. Although much of their fashion was enviable and risk-taking, these pop stars definitely had their fair share of questionable outfit choices as well. The chunky sneakers and teal tracksuit combo that Mel C is wearing is definitely an odd choice of outfit for any place outside the gym, and Mel B’s puffy metallic vest is highly questionable as well.

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Thanks to: Celebrities – Fame10

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