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2020 has been stressful enough, but finding great gifts doesn’t have to be. Check out In The Know’s gift guides to make holiday shopping for every person in your life easier than ever
It’s universally understood that everyone hates 2020 with a burning passion. That being said, everyone loves the ‘90s.
During this time of uncertainty, style and trends have taken a hard left back to the good ol’ days of pencil-thin brows, Tamagotchis and body glitter. Call it escapism if you wish, but the ‘90s were a truly aesthetic era. It was only a matter of time until ‘90s inspired looks and trends once again gained popularity. And, thanks to TikTok, that time is now.
Shopping online at Urban Outfitters, PacSun and other popular Gen Z retailers is basically like flipping through a ‘90s dELiA*s catalog, with tie-dye looks, baguette bags and endless flannel. You likely have a ’90s lover on your list — even if they weren’t born in the era. So show them you really get the obsession with a stellar ’90s-themed gift.
If you have someone on your shopping list who bumps “No Scrubs” by TLC while relaxing on their inflatable furniture, this gift guide will save you this holiday season. Check out the ultimate ‘90s gifts for anyone who loves the era’s aesthetic.
Shop: Magic 8 Ball, $8.88
Shop: Inflatable Chair, $39.95
Shop: Stone Butterfly Clips, $12
Shop: Create Your Own Reel Viewer, $29.95
Shop: Caboodles On-The-Go-Girl Retro Case, $20.99
Shop: Tamagotchi ON Game, $60
Shop: Lemonhead.LA Spacejam, $28
Shop: Mr. Sketch Chiseled Tip Marker, $12.99
Shop: TLC CrazySexyCool Tee, $29
Shop: Keith Haring Hoodie Sweatshirt, $59
Shop: Croissant Dome Hoops, $90
Shop: Patent Baguette Bag, $34 (Orig. $39)
Shop: Clay Pendant Necklace, $9+
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