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Every “Ugly” ‘90s Trend Billie Eilish Wears Like A Pro

From dad sneakers to bucket hats.

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See every "ugly" '90s trend Billie Eilish wears like a pro, from Dad sneakers to bucket hats.
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Billie Eilish loves a ’90s fashion moment, be it on the red carpet, on stage, or off duty. While she lives for the cool retro trends — like logomania and activewear at its prime — the singer also doesn’t stray away from the more polarizing styles of the era.

Indeed when you think back to the ’90s, there are some trends that might leave you scratching your head, whether headgear like bucket hats or the sneakers your Dad used to wear on repeat. Well, Eilish is bringing quite a few of those one-of-a-kind looks back with fervor.

For nights out on the town, lounging on the couch, or something in between, she’s got a ’90s trend that you might have at once turned your nose up at, but are now ready to reconsider.

This season, consider taking a cue from the 20-year-old performer who didn’t even live through the ’90s herself.

From bike shorts to Dad sneakers and more, here are the top seemingly “ugly” ’90s trends that Billie Eilish loves. And exactly how to shop them for yourself.

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Bucket Hats

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A remnant of the late ‘90s and early-aughts, bucket hats are Eilish’s headwear of choice. Here, she matches the topper with her entire look, down to her nails.

Channel the singer with a neutral, printed version that will complement every color in your closet.

Dad Sneakers

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The singer loves a chunky dad sneaker to punctuate her ‘90s-inspired sportswear look.

Billie loves a good neon, but for the rest of us, a neutral version is much more wearable.

Printed Bike Shorts

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Bike shorts have officially made their comeback and Eilish chose a Burberry design for an on-stage performance. She topped the look with an equally-‘90s oversized top.

Keep the print theme going with the help of another 90s-style pattern: tie-dye.

Micro Sunglasses

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Rectangular sunglasses have reemerged as the top shape for many famous faces, including Eilish.

Hop on the trend with a similar pair, complete with her favorite: slime green lenses.

Brand Logos

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No one does full-logo looks like Eilish, seen here in a puffer from the North Face / Gucci collab. She makes a borderline-tacky print look chic.

Splurge on a more practical, but still designer printed, cardigan (another reemerging trend from the ‘90s).

Grandma Turtleneck

Billie took this old-school trend and made it look 1000% fresh.

Go cozy or go home (or do both) in this amazing lookalike sweater.

Head-To-Toe Plaid Skirt

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Few people could pull off an old-school plaid print from head to toe. Billie Eilish is one of those select few.

Satisfy your ‘90s and ‘00s style cravings with a plaid micro mini.

Blinding Neon

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Whether on her hair or her clothes, there’s nothing bolder — or more ’90s — than Eilish in full neon.

You’ll never be missed in this neon jacket — in the same hue as Eilish’s.

Argyle Sweater

If anyone can make librarian-esqe argyle pattern look cute, it’s her. Double ‘90s points for the V-neck cardigan style.

This super-cute cardigan is anything but outdated.

Lumpy Sweaters

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Eilish has made a habit of going big or going home since — when it comes to both her music and her sweater collection.

Throw this similarly-oversized look over a pair of leggings, jeans, or nothing at all.

Colorful Overalls

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When slipping into her head-to-toe ‘90s garb, Eilish added a pair of overalls in a bright color.

With a more subtle pair that still comes in an unexpected color, you can style your overalls with a single T-shirt, or with a sweater and coat layered on top, like Eilish.

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