Cher from Clueless was your fashion icon. So was Lisa Turtle from Saved by the Bell. You had Lisa Frank stationary, played Nintendo 64, collected Beanie Babies, donned “slap” bracelets, and treasured all your jelly sandals…which you had in various colours. For a vast majority of us, 90s paraphernalia embodied our earliest memories, and decades later, we still reflect with fondness at the things and people that made our childhood so great. For optimal nostalgic purposes, we’ve compiled a collection of FIVE fun Etsy stores where you can reminisce and rekindle your fondest 90s memories. Whether you’re on a budget or have a lot of dolla dolla billz to blow, we guarantee you’ll be able to find something that makes you smile, shake your head, and go “aww man, I miss that!”
Honestly, the 90s were great. I mean, Melissa Joan Hart was still socially relevant and everything, and we had a lot more free time because the internet wasn’t really a thing yet. Rather, we dedicated our energy into collecting interesting, kitshy things and watching Saturday morning cartoons. From clothes to shoes to jewelry to random things that don’t fall into a particular category, enjoy the following Etsy stores.
Lots of objects that involve holograms and eyeballs (not always simultaneously), which I would say is a completely positive thing. If you think otherwise, then we probably can’t be friends.
No less than a thousand collective prints, the occasional Sailor Moon backpack, a wide variety of jelly sandals (!!!!), and things that lace-up in unexplained places.
Feeling Vague Vintage
Customized Lisa Frank creepers exist on this part of the internet. I want them.
Hella fun graphic visuals to accompany hella fun 90s products that involve mesh, random cutouts, and tuxedo print t-shirts which I wish were still socially acceptable to wear.
Klub Kid Vintage
A huge selection of questionable/not so questionable clothing and accessories that bridges the gap between what is trendy now, what should be kept in the 90s, and what should only be worn in contemporary society if you’re trying to be ironic.