In 1994, O.J. Simpson could be seen fleeing police in his white bronco, the Lion King was released by Disney and the first version of the web browser Netscape Navigator debuted. Wow, how time flies. It’s 2015, and despite ditching Netscape for something a little faster, switching from VHS to Blu-Ray and O.J. Simpson writing the bizarrely titled If I Did It in 2007, we’re still holding onto the ’90s – at least the fashions that existed between 1992 to 1995, to be exact.
After poring over countless archival images from the days of yore, it’s pretty clear to us that the new class of stylish stars has borrowed from the bygone styles of Madonna, Brooke Shields and Veronica Webb. But if you don’t believe us, check it out:
Is it just us, or is everything starting to look like 1994?
'90s Revisited: BandanasBandanas are back, seen on Cara Delevingne and Miley Cyrus.
1994: Madonna attends the Out Benefit for Broadway Cares, wearing a bandana.
2015: Fashion blogger Leandra Medine attends New York Fashion Week, wearing a bandana. Getty Images
'90s Revisited: BarrettesDig up your barrettes for an easy adult 'do.
1995: Drew Barrymore hits a party wearing a cheap plastic yellow barrette.
2015:Shoshana from HBO's Girls wears her barrette a bit more conservatively.Getty Images/HBO
'90s Revisited: Berry LipsLooking like you just downed a pint of blackberries is back in style. Rihanna, Megan Fox and Beyonce have all tried this sultry berry pout.
1994: Supermodel Veronica Webb hits up the Met Gala in a dark berry lip.
2015: Rihanna attends the premiere of Home, rocking almost an identical shade.Getty Images
'90s Revisited: Bra TopsThis is a bra, but it is being worn as clothes. Here we go again?
1991/92: The character Kelly Kapowski was very fond of exposing her midriff, but can you honestly blame her?
2015: Here we are again, witnessing a return of the bra top, except in place of jazzy suspenders, Taylor Swift opts for a strappy bralette. NBC/Getty Images
'90s Revisited: Button-Front SkirtsYou can actually buy the button-front skirt on Alexa Chung for $223, or you could just rummage through your old clothes.
1995: Cher Horowitz and company became instant style icons. Here's Cher in a button-front skirt...
2015: And here's Alexa Chung, who created a line for AG Jeans that has nearly sold out. Paramount Pictures/AG Jeans by Alexa Chung
'90s Revisited: Light-Up ShoesRemember when all of the kids wanted light-up sneakers? Well, adults like 'em too, now? Except they're heels.
1992: L.A. Gear releases its L.A. Lights and kids go crazy for them.
2015: Julianne Moore wear light-up heels to watch a Chanel show in New York. L.A. Gear/Getty Images
'90s Revisited: Intentional UglinessThe '90s was full of ugly and you know it.
1995: The Spice Girls were indeed a group of performers, but their style became a thing that real people wore.
2015: A fashion editor chooses to wear Sophia Webster shoes, despite the fact they are made to look like pink flamingos.Getty Images
'90s Revisited: Bushy BrowsBrows were big in the '90s and they're huge now.
1994: Brooke Shields attends Harpers Bazaar Honours Richard Avedon, representing girls with full brows.
2015: Model Cara Delevingne poses at a Chanel salon in Paris. She's basically known for her brows, so you better believe they're back!Getty Images