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1.A Spice Girls Spiceworld vinyl you can sit and jam to on your record player and pretend it's 1997, when you wore your hair in scrunchies and had a huge crush on Justin Timberlake. Actually... maybe not much has changed after all.
Promising review: "A reproduction of Spice World on vinyl was all my gay heart could handle. It sounds gorgeous and looks even better. High quality sound, highest quality graphics! Literally cannot believe how good this looks." —Russell Kohlmann
Get it from Amazon for $19.99 (available in four listening formats).
7.A Destiny’s Child poster of their 1999 album cover and song list for The Writing's on the Wall, which blessed us with bops like "Bills, Bills, Bills" and "Say My Name."
The Pothole / Etsy
The Pothole is an Etsy shop that sells music and pop culture poster prints.
Promising review: "Incredibly happy with how the posters turned out. The 24" x 36” size makes the room feel like a music studio. I will definitely be buying more posters and recommend others do the same." —Halton Stancil
Get it from The Pothole on Etsy for $5.99+ (available in a digital download or seven poster sizes).
8.A Spice Girls tee to spice up your life (and your wardrobe) if you just ~wannabe~ transported back to simpler times.
Lux A Luxury / Etsy
Lux A Luxury is an Etsy shop that sells vintage music T-shirts.
12.A "sea" Salt-N-Pepa throw pillow, because it's the perfect mixture of clever and iconic. If you were looking for a conversation-starting piece of decor and you're a lover of '90s hip-hop, then you need this.
DJ Mahealani / Redbubble
DJ Mahealani is an Austin-based collage artist who creates a lot of mermaid-inspired pieces.
Get it from DJ Mahealani on Redbubble for $22.19+ (available in five sizes and with or without an insert).
13.An Atomic Kitten T-shirt to celebrate the girl group who gave us "The Tide is High" in the intro of The Lizzie McGuire Movie. Did I just pull that out of the depths of your brain? You're welcome.
14.A 3LW T-shirt, because before we had The Cheetah Girls, Adrienne Bailon and Kiely Williams were part of another successful girl group that shall not be forgotten. I, for one, will never stop adding the 1999 hit "No More (Baby I'ma Do Right)" to all of my playlists.
Charleigh Sharples / Etsy
Charleigh Sharples is a New York-based Etsy shop that sells T-shirts.
Get it from Charleigh Sharples on Etsy for $16.19+ (originally $17.99+; available in mens, womens, kids, and unisex sizes XS–4XL, various shirt styles, and 13 colors).
15.A Blaque tote bag in honor of another underrated '90s group that gave us lewks and hits. There's a reason their single "808" went platinum.