Rewind·Posted on Dec 9, 2016This Instagram Account Proves That Fran Fine Was THE Style Icon Of The 90sFran Fine was a style guru, and this Instagram account proves it once and for all.by Bibiñe BarudStaff Writer, MexicoFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink If you're anything like us, you probably spent the majority of the '90s listening to the uniquely nasal voice of Fran Fine. Columbia TriStar/Sony Television / Via fusion.net You watched every episode, just waiting for her to finally get together with Mr. Sheffield, but you mostly watched because you envied her fabulous style. You (and every other '90s fashionista) fawned over her outfits, from ultra chic to downright outrageous. Obviously, style was encoded in her DNA, it was in her blood, it ran through her veins. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Columbia TriStar/Sony Television If you always asked yourself where Fran got such epic outfits, the Instagram account @whatfranwore is the answer to your prayers. whatfranwore / Via Instagram: @https://www.instagram.com/whatfranwore/?hl=en For example, did you know that this robe that Fran wore is actually from Victoria's Secret? whatfranwore / Via instagram.com Or that this dress is Michelle Vincent? whatfranwore / Via instagram.com But account owner Shan Brown doesn't stop there. You also get all the information you need to find (and buy!) some of these awesome pieces. You can get Fran's dress on this account for $48! But Brown's followers also contribute to the efforts, helping to find the sources for the clothes that Brown can't find. whatfranwore / Via instagram.com Brown investigated and found out those pants are from the Moschino Cheap & Chic collection (one of Fran Fine's favorite brands), but didn't manage to figure out who had designed the top until one of her followers, Laura Dupuis, gave her the scoop. By the way, it's a Dolce & Gabbana. Brown says it takes her, on average, 34 hours to find the designer. whatfranwore / Via instagram.com But the work is well worth it when we find out that this lovely suit, for example, was designed by Vivienne Westwood. Thanks to this account, we also know that Fran used this Tadashi Shoji suit a number of times during the first season of the series... whatfranwore / Via instagram.com And she even wore it in another project named Princesses in 1991! We also learn that Brenda Cooper, the costume designer for The Nanny, often drew her inspiration directly from runways and supermodels. whatfranwore / Via instagram.com Like in this Zang Toi original. Cooper even checks on the account from time to time, ready to get in contact with fans to help give them the most accurate information. So if you loved this series, or if you're a true fashionista at heart, you should go follow this Instagram account ASAP. whatfranwore / Via instagram.com Because these are the important things in life. This post was translated from Spanish.