The nineties was a simpler time. No social media, no recession, no Keeping Up With The Kardashians. We also weren't so self-aware about our style; we wore things we thought looked cool, not because it was an ironic statement for hipster purposes (plus our mums bought it, which was pretty sweet).
We're calling for a return to the era that brought us Oasis and Turkey Twizzlers, starting off with bringing back the fashion...
NY baseball cap
Wear to: a school trip to a theme park with questionable health and safety issues.
Fred Perry track jacket
Wear to: a first date to the cinema and Pizza Hut.
Asics Gel Lyte III suede trainers
Wear to: around the house because they're so white your mum doesn't trust you to go out in them.
Wear to: football training, where you'll get such bad grass stains your mother will cry.
adidas Originals joggers
Wear to: an extremely competitive five-a-side football game.
Gola Bullet suede trainers
Wear to: your nan's house for Sunday dinner.
Oversized denim jacket
Wear to: meeting your mates outside Woolworths on a Saturday.
Hey Arnold t-shirt
Wear to: downstairs in your house to watch cartoons from 6am.
Lonsdale Camden trainers
Wear to: the sports centre on a Saturday morning to play table tennis.
Wear to: a camping trip... in your back garden.
Ellesse leather and mesh trainers
Wear to: a grimey pub that accepts fake ID.
Ben Sherman polo top
Wear to: school picture day.
LED hi top trainers
Wear to: everywhere. Light up trainers are everything.
adidas Originals t-shirt
Wear to: a birthday party that you're just going to for the goodie bag.
Wear to: your first concert so you don't lose your pocket money in the pit.
Wear to: Ant & Dec's SMTV Live show.
1998 England World Cup shirt
Wear to: 1998 World Cup. May require some time travelling.
Space Jam sweatshirt
Wear to: jump people's back gardens in.