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Private Icon: Dawson's Creek

Katie Holmes and Michelle Williams had some strong fashion moments.

It's been over two decades since Dawson's Creek premiered with its middle parts and classic '90s fashion. While the hairstyles may have fallen out of favor, the clothes have not. Check out some of the best style moments — and how to recreate them — from the teen drama ahead.

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It's likely you already have most of these items in your closet. If not, you probably should.

Turn this into a crop top with the front tie fabric.

The '90s mom jean...a must.

The 2020 version of Joey's kicks would have a platform sole.

The ribbed fabric gives it an extra '90s touch.

A classic mock neck to go with almost anything.

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A ruffled mini skirt with Zebra print pattern.

Add a little sparkle in this sequin plaid mini skirt.

Slide into '90s fashion with these platform sandals.

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Katie Holmes' Joey was setting fashion trends long before her viral cashmere bra.

The plaid crop top seems to be Joey's hero piece.

This puff sleeve plaid blouse will easily become a favorite.

White denim with a relaxed fit and fringed hem.

A classic chino short with a bit of stretch for extra comfort.

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A low-top Chuck is always in style.

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You'll have to win the stuffed animals on your own, but the clothes are available for purchase.

Don't let the name fool you. You are not required to perform any hard labor while wearing this.

For a more structured option, try this corduroy blazer.

For those who want a little more flare in their denim.

From the '90s to today, the black ankle boot has stood the test of time.

See more '90s private icons from Sabrina The Teenage Witch, Empire Records, and Sister, Sister.

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