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With great fame comes a seriously upgraded look. That's why we see the style of most celebrities improve after a few years in the spotlight. Unfortunately for them, they don't always have the luxury of hiding away the evidence of the '90s trends they probably wish they never wore. Ahead, take a look back at how fashion has changed over the years for celebs from Jennifer Lopez to Britney Spears.
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Jennifer Lopez 1997 v. Now
We would never expect anything less than a glam form-fitting stunner from J.Lo.
Cate Blanchett 1998 v. Now
Bold yellow and corset dress = YES!
Courteney Cox 1994 v. Now
From the Fire and Ice Ball to *literal* fire and ice.
Tom Cruise 1992 v. Now
We're seeing double.
Miley Cyrus 1994 v. Now
Color and a bold statement has clearly always been Miley's thing.
Claire Danes 1996 v. Now
Keeping in line with the silk fit only for Juliet.
Kate Hudson 1999 v. Now
Can you guess Kate's favorite red carpet pose?
Scarlett Johansson 1998 v. Now
Scarlett basically became the smoldering dancing emoji.
Dakota Johnson 1998 v. Now
For a red carpet first-timer, a pant suit was quite the sophisticated choice for Dakota Johnson.
Angelina Jolie 1991 v. Now
Still gorgeous. Still WOW.
January Jones 1999 v. Now
A shorter hem and better fit, yet still all the class.
Nicole Kidman 1992 v. Now
Buh bye Pippi, hello sequins galore!
Heidi Klum 1999 v. Now
Okay, so maybe supermodels are exempt from the whole throwback photo thing.
Jared Leto 1998 v. Now
Jared Leto: the man of many, many hairstyles.
Demi Moore 1996 v. Now
Honestly having no issues with either look here. Bring back the buzz cut, Demi!
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen 1995 v. Now
These girls have always nailed the almost-matching-but-not-quite look.
Gwyneth Paltrow 1999 v. Now
Pretty in aesthetically-pleasing, iconic Oscar dress pink.
Brad Pitt 1991 v. Now
Brad: the ultimate cool guy since 1991.
Parker Posey 1996 v. Now
Are those...blue latex gloves?
Rihanna 2006 v. Now
Honestly, feeling both of these looks.
Chloë Sevigny 1998 v. Now
Don't worry, Chloë hasn't ditched the red lip yet.
Tia and Tamera Mowry 2003 v. Now
SISTAH SISTAH! Never knew how good it fit ya!
Sarah Jessica Parker 1991 v. Now
Is that you, Carrie Bradshaw?
Britney Spears 1999 v. Now
The '90s girl in all of us would have killed for those sequined pants.
Naomi Watts 1999 v. Now
What seems like a style 180 is actually a continuation of delicate detail. Well done, Naomi!
Paula Abdul 1990 v. Now
When you're Paula Abdul you can really never go wrong.
Drew Barrymore 1995 v. Now
Drew circa 1995 was on to something via her choker and velvet slip dress.
Johnny Depp 1997 v. Now
If Captain Jack Sparrow and Sweeney Todd became one.
Julia Roberts 1990 v. Now
All hail menswear.
Winona Ryder 1991 v. Now
Sleek and black stays true to the Winona we know.
Jada Pinkett-Smith and Will Smith 1993 and 1996 v. Now
Matching yesterday, complementing today.
John Stamos 1990 v. Now
Two words: heart eyes.
Uma Thurman 1995 v. Now
Uma, eat your heart out.
Kate Winslet 1998 v. Now
We'll never let go...of the memory of the dress Kate wore to the Oscars.
Sharon Stone 1992 v. Now
Black, skimpy, and sexy: Sharon has some simple criteria for her red carpet outfits.
Sandra Bullock 1993 v. Now
Sandra's clearly always been a fan of bold colors.
Meryl Streep 1999 v. Now
Name someone whose fashion is more timeless than Meryl's. We'll wait.
Tyra Banks 1993 v. Now
Tyra's bold fashion choices have always been overshadowed by her fabulous smize.
Anna Paquin 1994 v. Now
Anna may have grown up quite a bit, but she's still a fan of a full princess skirt.
Meg Ryan 1994 v. Now
Satin maxi. Dr. Martens. Dark lipstick. Meg Ryan was the epitome of the '90s.
Halle Berry 1993 v. Now
We're here for the fringe top, but we'll accept the leather shorts as a suitable replacement.
Salma Hayek 1996 v. Now
Proof that Salma has never stopped serving up chic looks.
Reese Witherspoon 1996 v. Now
It's impossible to pick which Reese outfit we like more. Don't make us choose!
Brooke Shields 1992 v. Now
Brooke opts for a less casual look these days. Though her glasses do dress down her jumpsuit.
Jennifer Aniston 1999 v. Now
Time and time again, Jennifer always brings her A-game to award shows.