Meet Ally McBeal, the eccentric, young, and waif-like attorney that introduced us to the unconventional workplace — unisex bathroom anyone? — with a sexually charged atmosphere. As hemlines were raised, so were eyebrows. When McBeal’s micro-minis became "too business casual," critics claimed that the very minimalist wardrobe was degrading to women at the workplace. But hey, a little leg never hurt anyone.
While we were watching Angela deal with the heartbreaks of teenage love, or her best-friend Rayanne party through her adolescence, we also could not get enough of their grungy '90s wardrobes. This realistic portrayal of teen life had us lacing up our Doc Marten’s and running to the nearest drugstore for a bottle of red hair dye. With scrunchie overdoses, mismatched plastic earrings, a barrage of flannel shirts, and the brooding stare of a young Jordan Catalano — sorry, we meant Jared Leto — this coming-of-age drama was a show we will never grow out of.