Twitter hashtags can often shed light on some of the more fringe elements of what's in the zeitgeist. For example, did you know today is National Iced Tea Day? Additionally, many people have strong thoughts on what exactly constitutes Dark Ages Problems.
One item that's currently trending is a topic that we've certainly been puzzling over a lot lately: #Inthe90sIThought. Considering the '90s revival that's been sweeping the fashion and entertainment worlds, it seems appropriate to revisit our own feelings on fashion from the decade that gave us "Clueless," choker necklaces, and flannel.
Here are 14 examples of things Glamour staffers thought in the '90s about fashion.
"I thought butterfly clips were the only accessory I'd ever need."—Lauren Chan, Fashion Writer
"I thought my cheerleading uniform was chicer than anything else I owned. And I was probably right."—Kat Thomsen, Digital Managing Editor
"I thought Clarissa Darling was the quintessential example of expressing your personality through your clothing. I still stand by that sentiment." —Anna Moeslein, Assistant Digital Editor
"I thought bubble skirts went with everything, but they were especially cute when paired with a bolero jacket."—Anne Sachs, Executive Digital Director
"I thought slip dresses and capri pants were everything."—Emily Mahaney, Articles Editor
"I thought Tommy Girl baby tees were acceptable."—Simone Kitchens, Associate Beauty Director
"I thought I could make overalls work for 95 percent of all activities." Avery Matera, Fashion Blogger
"I thought I could wear high-heel jellies to the beach."—Sophia Chabbott, Senior Digital Fashion Editor
"I thought T-shirts came in two sizes: Huge and baby."—Lindy Segal, Associate Digital Editor
"I thought Kimmy Gibbler's high waisted acid wash jeans were the nerdiest—now I'm dying for a pair."—Alexandra Schwartz, Assistant Editor, Office of the Editor-in-Chief
"I thought tattoo choker necklaces were the pinnacle of sophistication, and that I would wear them for the rest of my life."—Alyssa Karas, Digital Producer
"I thought JNCO jeans were the epitome of cool. I can still remember buying my first pair!"—Ashley Edwards Walker, Assistant Editor
"I thought I crushed velvet was the height of luxury."—Leah Melby, Senior Online Writer
"I thought I should join a 'street-dancing' group so I could get a jazzy outfit like Stephanie Tanner's."—Nikki Ogunnaike, Senior Digital Style Editor
What did you think about fashion in '90s? Tell us everything!
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