Tia and Tamera Mowry in 1994.


Private Icon: Sister, Sister

Talk about a two-way twister!

Many sitcoms came and went during the '90s. Sister, Sister, starring real, actual twins Tia and Tamera Mowry, is not one of them. Its pure and wholesome '90s fashion, including bucket hats, combat boots, and a lot of plaid, is something we've uncovered for some modern-day style inspiration, ahead.

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Side ponytails and oversized flannel? What a time.

An oversized plaid shirt has stayed solidly in style since 1994.

Plaid Pocket Bucket Hat
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A patterned button hat with a mini pocket, just in case.

You may want to knit your own fringe vest. Or you may not.

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Before the tie-dye craze of 2020, there was the tie-dye blazer trend of the 1990s. At least there was for Tamera...

Nothing says the '90s quite like a zip-up cableknit sweater.

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A slightly more subtle take on the tie-dye blazer.

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The whole family featuring matching twin looks.

The perfect combat boots to go with your aspiring grunge look.

A classic denim short with a rolled hem.

Emilio Cavallini

In case Hot Topic is all out of red plaid tights.

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A bonus outfit for the well-deserving style icon Jackée Harry, who played cool mom Lisa Landry.

A mom jean in honor of one of TV's greatest moms.


A true wardrobe staple, the white button-up.

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