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Private Icon: Waiting To Exhale

Since its release in 1995, the film still holds up and, unsurprisingly, so does its fashion.

It's now been a quarter of a century since Whitney Houston and Angela Bassett graced theater screens in Waiting To Exhale. The film still holds up and, unsurprisingly, so does its fashion. Take a look at some of the movie's easy-to-recreate style moments ahead.

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Some looks never go out of style. A cream-colored sweater and printed skirt is one of them.

A cozy cream sweater that worked as well in 1995.

A thick, loose-fitting cardigan perfect for cozying up on your bed, thinking about how all men are dogs.

A '90s staple: the flowing floral midi-skirt.

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$69.50
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Bea Skirt
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If flowers aren't exactly your thing, Reformation's Bea Skirt comes in over 10 different prints.

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Whitney Houston was a queen of '90s style, and her on-screen fashion was no different.

An irreplaceable classic: the skin-tight, square neck white shirt.

An option with a little more pizazz and for those who love a big shoulder.

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This '90s mom jeans comes in four different washes, and absolutely no one has the right to judge you for getting all of them.

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Whether you gravitate more toward the crochet sweater or Renaissance print top, we've got you covered.

If crocheting your own sweaters isn't an option, go for the ready-made kind.

$23.20
$46
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For something a little more retro, this mustard color is it.

A subtle way of telling people that yes, you do love art.

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$14.99
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A short-sleeve button up with a collage Renaissance print.

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