No movie holds more sway in the minds of ladies who came of age in the 1990s than Clueless. We pined for Cher’s wardrobe of totally important designer dresses, seemingly large vocabulary, glossy locks, hot step brother, hosiery, endless supply of lemon Snapples and, most of all, her computer-generated outfit match-maker. Now a good 16 years later (whaat?), most of those things have lost their luster, but the very idea of Cher still looms larger than life. — Amy M.
1. Chalkboard, $35; 2. Brixton Wall Clock, $125; 3. Beckerman Plaid Jacket, $140; 4. Anything Stapler, $39; 5. Library Journal, $22; 6. 80s iPhone Case, $20; 7. Vintage School Chair, $250; 8. Desktop Globe, $39; 9. Thigh-High Socks, $18; 10. Marabou Feather Pen, $6
The second set of stills and another roundup continue after the jump!
My inability to find a beautiful rotating closet for this roundup will go on my permanent record of internet failures. Will you forgive me, and can we let the healing begin? I looked for hours, and all I could find was this as seen on TV disaster. Not Cher-approved. Instead, let’s focus on replicating Cher’s closet fanciness — be it a wacky, organized shoe display, an oversized gilt mirror, an argyle skirt ripped from your most responsible-looking ensemble or a bag that you didn’t, ahem, skin a collie for. To ignore Cher’s influence on our whole adolescence? As if!
1. Vienna Chandelier, $299; 2. Black Beret, $6; 3. Ginger McGann Bag, $300; 4. Sergeant Gold Leaf Mirror, $660; 5. Shoe Wheel Organizer, $107; 6. Sephora Make-Up Brushes, $6+; 7. Pillsbury Pre-Made Cookie Dough, $3; 8. Donnabella Chest, $1650; 9. Mr. Coffee Thermos, $10; 10. Marc by Marc Jacobs Silver Pumps, $380; 11. McGregor Argyle Skirt, $167