19 Spiceworld-Era Looks To Spice Up Your Life Today
Nineteen years ago today the Spice Girls birthed an album called Spiceworld into existence, and I think that deserves some recognition.
Here are 19 Spiceworld-era looks that have stood the test of nostalgia.
Monochromatic fashion may come and go, but nameplate necklaces are forever.
Take it from someone who’s done it, there’s no feeling like walking into a crowded bar wearing your PJs. All eyes are on you, but you’re so comfortable you couldn’t give a fuck if somebody paid you.
— MrCelebUK (@MrCelebUK) January 21, 2016
We are here for exposed bras!
Mel B isn’t wearing a latex outfit here, but it reminds me of a latex outfit my co-worker just bought herself, and I think every woman deserves some latex in her life to make her feel extra spicy.
Posh’s little dress may not be Gucci, but it’s cute af.
Metallic backless dresses are having a moment, and pairing them with platform sneakers will definitely separate you from the crowd.
This one time in college, all of my friends got really basic and decided to figure which Spice Girls we were. Unanimously, they decided that I would be Sporty Spice, which is like being labeled the Miranda of your friends group, but worse because at least Miranda was smart and wasn’t afraid to tell Carrie she was being a shit head.
But looking at this photo, I almost feel proud to be a Sporty because her outfit actually looks very “I’m on the last day of my period, so the bloating is gone but I still wanna feel comfy” chic.
It also looks like something you could pick up at Urban Outfitters now for roughly $100 too much, so you know it’s trendy.
19 years ago today, the Spice Girls released their second studio album ‘Spiceworld’. It sold over 20 million copies worldwide. pic.twitter.com/79o1kM4rQg
— Music News & Facts (@musicnews_facts) November 3, 2016
Scary’s top is so cute.
From the cut of Mel B’s top to the balloon quality of her pants, this outfit is perfect for yoga or wear out to a bar so all the uptight finance bros don’t hit on you.
Wearing white is like the ultimate vote of confidence in yourself. It says to the rest of the world, “I know what I look like, but I promise you that I’m not a hot mess.”
— ELLEUK (@ELLEUK) January 23, 2016
The only thing that’s saving this picture from being a horror movie still is Mel B’s outfit. Matching velour leopard print separates? So sassy.
If you’ve been paying attention, then you’ll notice this is the third time we’ve posted a photo from this particular shoot. But do you see how good everybody looks?
Let this be a lesson to you all: whenever you want to take a picture of your outfit, your background is everything. Where you’ll find a glittery Union Jack in the world is beyond me, but where there’s a will there’s thousands of likes headed your way.
Okay, I’m starting to understand why all my friends said I’d be Sporty because I am LOVING her oversized sweater paired with her “I couldn’t give a fuck about whatever drama my friends are causing” attitude.
Perfect for the winter months when everybody starts going stir crazy.
I cannot stress to you guys enough how much I think ruffled underwear is meant for pedophiles, but I’ll give Gingey a pass just this once because furry collar coats are always a good look.
Normally the word chunky is a no-no word for anything remotely pertaining to a woman, unless it’s about a heel. Then it’s chill.
Im so mad there isn’t a girl group around today thats even comparable to how iconic the spice girls were pic.twitter.com/ns4V6CFSJK
— sav♒️ (@WhoIsNickCage) October 25, 2016
Personalized platforms? You’re killing it, Geri.
They say charity looks good on everybody. I wouldn’t know, but maybe you should give it a try.
At some point this winter, you’re going to get tired of wearing the same damn puffy coat every day, unless your coat looks like you ripped it out of a NASA catalogue.
Bonus points if you can find some matching pants so you can pull a full on astronaut.
And lastly, when in doubt, just throw a temporary tat on your tits and call it a day.