Gwyneth Paltrow's '90s Wardrobe Couldn't Be More 2018

You can't beat a trip down memory lane when you're in need of some outfit inspiration, and there's nothing we love more than scrolling through throwback snaps of celebs—lolling at their funky hairstyles, mourning the relationships that didn't last and, most importantly, crushing on the old-school outfits that suddenly feel so chic this season. When it comes to A/W 18, the '90s is going to be our go-to decade for style ideas, and who better to represent the era of slip dresses and strappy sandals than Gwyneth Paltrow? The hair, the clothes, the boyfriend—the girl had (and still has) it all. From straight-leg jeans to leopard-print coats, Gwynnie's '90s looks could easily be mistaken for the new-in section of Mango or Zara, so we decided to take a moment to celebrate five style moments that will inspire your new-season wardrobes. Scroll down to see the looks and to shop the styles now.

STRAIGHT-LEG JEANS

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Gwynnie knows the minimalist powers of straight-leg jeans paired with a leather jacket. All it needs is Converse–oh, and a Brad Pitt on the side, of course.

NUDE KNITTED TOP

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Nude knitted pieces are having a moment this season, and it's clear that they ain't going anywhere for A/W 18. Gwyneth pairs hers with a pair of rock 'n' roll leather trousers and a very 2018 mini bag.

LEOPARD-PRINT COAT

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A hit of leopard print didn't go amiss back in the day, and after a brief hiatus, it's making its grand return for the coming season. Wear yours with dark denim and a white tee for autumn casual. 

STRAPPY SANDALS

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It's been 20 years since Sex and the City graced our screens, and to celebrate, the fashion world is welcoming the quintessential Carrie shoes back into our wardrobes. Gwyneth pairs her strappy sandals with a very '90s combo of a cami top and midi skirt.

MAXI SHIRTDRESS

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There's something so now about this look. Maybe it's the shirtdress style or perhaps it's the nude colourway. Whatever it is, we need some of this in our A/W style arsenal.