11 Celebs Recreated Their Iconic Looks That Felt Nostalgic
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There are just some iconic looks in pop culture that we won’t be able to forget for a very long time. Each of us probably remembers these celebrities with the most memorable fashion outfit they’ve ever worn. Whether it was cute, daring, or simply hideous, they became icons and history.
Years went by, but these celebrities never forgot. There’s just something about watching what we used to consider fashionable to be retro nowadays. On the other hand, some of these decades-old looks actually still slay so well when recreated.
Ginger Spice’s Geri Halliwell made history with her girl group in that Union Jack flag mini dress on stage for BRIT Awards in 1997.
As it turns out, Geri Halliwell didn’t like the black ‘boring’ Gucci dress she was supposed to wear on stage. To avoid that, while showing her love for Brit’s heritage, she got her sister’s help to stitch a tea towel on the mini-dress. That was how her iconic Spice Girls stage in supermini Union Jack dress came to be.
She later sold the dress for £41,300, which was later displayed at the Hard Rock Café in Las Vegas while she donated the proceeds to a children’s cancer charity.
Alicia Silverstone went to a Halloween party in 2017 as Cher Horowitz in this yellow plaid outfit from ‘Clueless.’
The sexy high school outfit Britney Spears wore in “…Baby One More Time” made an appearance in her Instagram fashion show in 2017.
Rita Moreno in the same gown for Oscar 2018 from 56 years ago when she won an Academy Award in 1962.
Reese Witherspoon from ‘Legally Blonde.’
Some people probably remember the Met Gala 2013 when Kim Kardashian’s Riccardo Tisci gown got listed as one of the worst worn looks.
Fashion icon Kim Kardashian is someone that takes criticism well. The floral print dress that she wore that day was so unforgettable, she decided to rock it for Halloween. Yes, she dressed as herself from Met Gala 2013 for a Halloween party in 2015. And she was even pregnant too at the time, which made it all the more perfect.
Drew Barrymore embraced her childhood looks for InStyle magazine cover.
Cher’s performance for Billboard Music Awards in 2017 was a callback to her 1989’s “If I Could Turn Back Time” music video.
Reese Witherspoon in her another ‘Legally Blonde’ throwback.
Jennifer Lopez’s jade-green Versace dress from her 2000 Grammys red carpet look returned for her first concert in Bronx, New York, in 2014.
The green dress she wore in 2000 was designed by Donatella Versace, and it actually became one of the most iconic celebrity looks ever. Proven by how people wanted to look up her dress so much. In 2014, she returned to her hometown, Bronx, and paid homage to the same Versace dress.