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20 important style lessons from '90s cartoons characters

The nineties was a veritable golden age for cartoons. If you spent your formative years watching them, you'll also have learnt a lot: They warned us against bullying (because pent-up nerd rage is terrifying). They schooled us in evolutionhistory, and science. They told us that greed is bad and that hard work always pays off

And did you know there were plenty of sartorial tips to be gleaned too? Even if you missed them first time around, they’re still just as relevant today. 

So here are 20 of our favourite nineties hand-drawn style icons…

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