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Yikes! The Return of The Scrunchie
I love a good ’90s throwback just as much as the next girl—Saved by the Bell, Spice Girls, Buffy, andthe list goes on. The scrunchie, however, is one ’90s phenomenon that I don’t have any nostalgia for and I’m not keen for the trend to make a comeback.
But designers have something different in mind. Vivienne Westwood, Marc Jacobs, Ashish—they all are putting their support behind this flamboyant hair accessory. And scunchies have even been cropping up in more price-friendly stores like Topshop and Asos too, which makes me wonder: Will the scrunchie make a return to the mainstream?
While I won’t be embracing this style anytime soon, I totally recognize that many people out there have been waiting for this day to come. What are your feelings on this ’90s-girl look? Are you pro or con? If you’re interested in getting one for yourself, check out these options, just please promise me you won’t go spending $95 on this one from Missoni.
Get more ’90s-glam inspiration from the epic Katie Holmes + Bobbi Brown makeup collection!
With fall premieres upon us and our heritage theme in full swing, we’re looking back fondly at some of our favorite 90s TV style icons.
From the hair trick we learned from Angela Chase on My So-Called Life to the style tips we picked up from Steve Urkel (seriously!), here’s some excellent insight from one of our favorite decades.
(Photos: LaFace Records, Sundance Channel, Lisa Frank)
From the revival of Doc Martins to grunge-inspired runway shows, ’90s throwbacks are everywhere these days. Not that we’re complaining. After all, it was the decade that spawned girl power and an infinite number of crushes on Zack Morris.
After the New York Times smartly broke down the reinterpreted grunge look in an article last week, we decided to revisit our favorite looks from the ’90s and give them a modern facelift. Cue up your favorite Now That’s What I Call Music! CD and join us on a trip down memory lane.