As vintage fashion trends become popular, we can’t help but throw it back to the 90s.

Reaching the *unfortunate* adulthood, the 90s youth brought with them the style of the era they grew up in.  If you are looking for some 90s inspiration for your closet; we have listed the most stylish films of the 90s for you. It wouldn’t be wrong to say that celebrities like Bella Hadid, Hailey Baldwin and Kendall Jenner have prepared their looks for the last few years with the intense inspiration they get from these five movies!

Clueless (1995)

1995 film Clueless is centered around the splendor of Beverly Hills. The film focuses on the cultural role of shopping centers, particularly its popularity among high school students, which are now a thing in the the past with the current online shopping trend. Colorful plaid outfits, headbands, flower hats and large tote bags are a form of self-expression for Cher Horowitz!

The Matrix (1999)

Matrix combines technological innovation with underground techno culture that flourished throughout the 90s. As the characters enter the digital reality of The Matrix from the real world, wearing black trench coats and leather clothing, they make reference to the 90s underground rave culture. This contrast in clothing shows how the technological advances of the time changed the appearance of society.

Boyz N The Hood (1991)

Boyz in the Hood, a 1991 film focusing on gang culture in the Compton area, is the backbone of the West Coast black community’s early 90s aesthetic.

Reality Bites (1994)

Reality Bites reminds viewers what it’s like to be young without a computer and mobile phone. Ethan Hawke plays a lazy New Yorker, smart but lacking ambition. Iconic star of the era Winona Ryder also shares the lead role with Ethan Hawke.

Singles (1992)

The Singles revolve around a group of friends who are in their twenties living in Seattle during the years when the grunge style quickly gained popularity. The must haves of the grunge style: flannel shirts and Dr. Matens platfrom boots can be seen in almost every scene of the film!