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    14 Disney Outfits That Have Aged Like Fine Wine And Cheese That I Need To Recreate ASAP

    I wish everyone dressed like this when I was in high school...

    1. Raven's pastel outfit in That's So Raven

    Raven wearing a multicolor faux snakeskin coat and a ribbed turtleneck with jeans

    Let's be honest: Raven's had a zillion great outfits on this show, but this is a personal fave because of how well balanced the textures are. The tucked-in,  ribbed turtleneck with the long, snake skin coat — *chef's kiss*.

    2. Gwen's vintage outfit in Halloweentown

    Gwen wearing a floral button-down, oversized denim jacket, high-waisted pants, and a claw clip in her hair

    This is my ideal outfit: floral top, high-waisted pants, denim jacket, claw clip, gold hoops. 😩 It hits on every level. I gotta go raid my mom's closet for this one.

    3. Mary's cropped zip-up hoodie in Jump In!

    Mary wearing a cropped zip up hoodie with a dress

    OK, I'm not going to comment on the belted dress and 3/4 jeans, but that short zip jacket is adorable.

    4. Topanga's corduroy school 'fit in Boy Meets World

    Topanga wearing a matching corduroy jacket and mini skirt with an orange collared blouse

    Topanga is 100% the coolest girl in the room in this outfit. I'm adding the matching brown corduroy jacket and skirt to my fashion goals vision board as I type.

    5. Lizzie's sky blue, faux-leather jacket in Lizzie McGuire

    Lizzie wearing a faux leather jacket, net shirt and patterned jeans

    First of all, I'm pretty sure I've seen this jacket at Aritzia. And second of all, I want it NOWWW.

    6. Tamera's white tied blouse in Sister, Sister

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    This whole thing gives off effortless, chic vibes. Tamera is a fashion queen, and I'd blindly wear anything she has.

    7. Ren's floral cardigan in Even Stevens

    Ren wearing a floral cardigan with a tank underneath of the same color.

    Nothing screams Gen Z fashion like this one-button floral cardigan, and I'm so here for it.

    8. Vanessa's velour sweatsuit in High School Musical

    Gabriella wearing a velvet matching sweatsuit with a lacy tank underneath

    This is enough to convince me to dig up my old Juicy track jacket from T.J. Maxx to recreate this look. 

    9. Mia's monochrome ensemble in The Princess Diaries 2

    Princess Mia in a monochrome outfit — a burgundy t-shirt and burgundy jeans

    A fitted tee and straight-leg pants is always a good pairing. I wish the pants were high-waisted, though.

    10. Jackson's distressed denim vest in Cow Belles

    Jackson wearing a distressed button down denim vest with a white tank

    I probably wouldn't wear this over a white undershirt like Jackson, but this would look soooo cute with a plain long-sleeve top.

    11. Dorothea's cheetah-licious fit in The Cheetah Girls

    Dorothea wearing a cheetah print button-down with most of the buttons open with a tank under neath, a dark cardigan on top, high-waisted pants, a gold detail belt and a gold snake chain necklace

    This shouts "I have better style than you," and I'm OK with that.

    12. Liz's shacket in The Parent Trap

    Liz wearing a midi dress and a long shacket with buttons

    There are so many things about this outfit that work — the neutral color palette, the midi dress, the layered gold necklaces. But most of all, I'm obsessed with that long button-down shacket — ~a fall essential.~

    13. Carey's outfit in The Suite Life of Zack & Cody

    Carey wearing a rust-colored button down jacket with a turtleneck and straight leg jeans

    OK, Carey 💅, that rust suede jacket is country chic and perfect for spooky season.

    14. And finally, Kim's legendary crime-fighting 'fit in Kim Possible

    Kim Possible wearing cargo pants and a cropped turtleneck

    Cargo pants AND a cropped turtleneck? This is my personal heaven.