Glo's Latest Obsession: Daily '90s finds
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Charging Over Time1 of 10
Our Facebook fans picked this cute boxy neon green clock over the pink. But what looks like a '90s-inspired neon alarm clock is actually a dock for your iphone: Download a flip-clock app to finish off the vintage look so you can charge—and see time—in style.
SHOP NOW: Furbish Studio neon green alarm dock, $20
Just a Girl2 of 10
With rockers like Gwen Stefani and Courtney Love, the '90s introduced us to a look that was both flirty and edgy. These 8 Eye Victorian Flowers Dr. Martens strike that ideal balance—combining combat boot comfort with feminine floral. Rock on.
SHOP NOW: Dr. Martens 8 Eye Victorian Flowers, $130
Be Kind, Rewind3 of 10
We know you taped dance videos off MTV with your handy VCR and practiced Madonna's "Vogue" in front of your mirror, like, 1,000 times (we did too). And while the VHS may now be defunct—you can still pay tribute to the home movie player with a diary that looks just like a blank cassette. Now strike a prose, there's nothing to it.
SHOP NOW: Modcloth Be Kind, Unwind notebook, $20
Fresh Flannel4 of 10
No need to look grunge-y to bring back grunge. Trade in the boxy flannel shirt of yesteryear for Hive & Honey's slim-fitting version in bright pink-and-blue plaid. Combat boots optional.
SHOP NOW: Hive & Honey plaid button-down, $49
Flipping Out5 of 10
Kick it old school with this flip-top style case that takes your iPhone back in time to 1996—long before the days of texting, apps and Instagram. Because even with all the newfangled, hi-tech enhancements of today's smartphones, we're still nostalgic for those innocent, early days of mobile devices.
SHOP NOW: 90s style flip iPhone case, $20
Sporty Spice6 of 10
While sneaker culture may have had its golden age in the '90s, sneaker-heads of that era didn't have anything as phat as these Puma wedges in girlie-girl pink. The hidden heel gives you a lift without disrupting your game.
SHOP NOW: Puma Sky wedge in virtual pink, $90
History Lesson7 of 10
Clueless about what was cool in the '90s? Thanks to Gael Fashingbauer Cooper's book, The Totally Sweet '90s, you can read up and totally act all fly the next time your home skillet asks, "What's the dillio?"
SHOP NOW: The Totally Sweet '90s, $11
Rave On8 of 10
Club kids, rejoice—now your nails can shine as bright as your glow sticks thanks to Ciaté's new Corrupted Neon collection (available in three colors), which includes a glitter and a glow-in-the-dark topcoat. Now all you need to do is pop in some Chemical Brothers beats.
SHOP NOW: Ciaté Corrupted Neon manicure set, $25
Acid Trip9 of 10
We wouldn't foist acid-washed jeans on you, but a denim backpack in the '90s rinse offers just the right amount of retro style. Hang it over one shoulder like you did in high school, or strap it across both shoulders if it's heavy. It's better for your back that way—and, hey, we're not as young as we used to be.
SHOP NOW: Topman blue denim backpack, $55
Beanie Babe10 of 10
Who says a leopard can't change its spots? The animal print gets a new look with this grunge-meets-girly knit cap. The ultra-soft beanie tips its hat to '90s fashion, without going overboard.
SHOP NOW: H&M knitted hat, $10