29 Pieces to Buy If Your Aesthetic Is ’90s Prada

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When I tell you that ’90s Prada has a hold on me, I can’t even begin to explain how strong that hold is. The ’90s heavily impact my personal style, but Prada’s specific take on pared-back minimalism is something that I think about a lot. Pieces like simple strappy dresses, ribbed-knit polos, maxi skirts, and inventive nylon designs are hallmarks of Prada’s collections from the decade that feel just as relevant now as they did when they originally debuted on the runways.

With Prada’s collection of re-edition pieces bringing back iconic designs, including the 1995 bag that Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy famously carried, I’ve been thinking even more about ’90s Prada and how I can tap into it now. If you similarly subscribe to the aesthetic, I’ve hunted down pieces to add to your closet. Here, you’ll find everything from Prada pieces that take inspiration from the original ’90s items to designs that are influenced by the styles that originally debuted decades earlier.

The bag I can’t stop thinking about.

The perfect mini.

Yes to this entire look.

Don’t skip the micro mini.

Prada perfected the simple strappy dress on the ’90s runways.

This sheath silhouette is classic Prada.

Same goes for a pair of micro shorts.

I can confirm this is an excellent buy.

Peak ’90s cool.

A timeless silhouette.

Sheer skirts were huge on the Prada runways.

Such a stunning set.

Pair this with the coordinating crop top.

Prada mastered all things sheer a few decades ago.

I can’t mention ’90s Prada without including some of the brand’s signature nylon pieces.

Simple and sleek.

Another great take on sheer.

You’ll want to get yourself a column skirt.

This specific shade of pink is very ’90s Prada.

To wear with or without the coordinating bra top.

Stunning.

An iconic piece.

Prada brought back one of the iconic ’90s prints.

Just add a slip skirt.

This dress has rave reviews from our editors.

Button this all the way up.

A Prada classic.

Sleek.

This has been a signature piece for years.

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