|This poor girl wore nothing but blazers for that entire show.|
Basically, it was all just awful. Then there was the hair....
In the early 90s when grunge was still fading out, the general hairdo for both men and women was long and board-straight. Then came hairspray and teasing.
The bigger and frizzier it was, the better. Even guys rocked the big hair.
Of course there was also the mullet and a brief (thank God) appearance of the rat tail.
Then, thankfully, the mid-90s gave way to straight and sleek, short and chic. "The Rachel" became the most-requested hairstyle in salons all over the US thanks to Jennifer Aniston.