Just when you thought it was the end of the 90s as you knew it, here’s some news that will make you feel fine. Netflix is now streaming a boatload of cult fashion films that personified the 90s and all its gloriousness. Now, who’s ready to roll around in a big heap of nostalgia?
Pulp Fiction (1994): The year suburban housewives with a Gap card were deemed “gangster minimalists.”
Clueless (1995): Kurt Cobain may have jump-started the whole plaid trend, but Cher and Dionne made it their bitch.
The Craft (1996): And then this coven of gothy schoolgirl witches went all Rick Owens on our ass.
Romeo + Juliet (1996): The entire reason the Hawaiian shirt lives on — these guys.
Wish Upon a Star (1996): Our number one takeaway from this film: Katherine Heigl is way more likable with frosted lipstick.
Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion (1997): This is still how we like to work out. Sorry we’re not sorry.
Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994): Let’s all bow our heads and have a moment of silence for Great Britain’s love of hats.
The Virgin Suicides (1999): Kirsten Dunst’s floral dresses were the best thing to come out of Detroit since The White Stripes.
Just Another Girl on the I.R.T. (1992): If Blossom and The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air had a love child, it’d look like Just Another Girl.