Remember when the Walsh twins first moved to town, the scent of Brenda's freshly mown bangs still in the air?
...came to West Beverly to die. It gets steadily worse from left to right.
How to tell if your boyfriend's a bad-boy? The cuffs on his button-down shirt are oh-so-casually rolled up.
West Beverly High, aka Scoop-Neck Central.
Brenda was the queen of the fitted scoop-neck. Actually, all the girls were.
90210's resident James Dean-channeling rebel toted his notebook and a sack lunch on that motorcycle of his.
Steve wasn't exactly known for being a serious type, but he was the master of the tucked-in button-up. It was really all about the hair for Sanders anyway.
Of course Brenda had a vintage uniform and hairnet on hand to help her become a better waitress that time she filled in for Brandon at the Peach Pit.
David's flowing pants. Donna's minidress. Kelly's power blazer. Brandon's jean-on-jeans. All the jeans! All of the 90210 group promo shots are style time capsules.
Sucks when both you and your bestie find the perfect dress—massive bow detail, check!—for the spring dance. At least Brenda got to take hers off for a while on that memorable night.
At least Donna was the only one wearing her dress, or else no one else would have fit inside the gym, let alone the limo.
Oh Dylan and his tank tops...
While Kelly was always the more Rodeo Drive of the two, as Brenda came into her own she was the one who looked as if she could actually make thriftshop threads work. Not that she'd ever be caught dead in a thriftshop, but she wasn't opposed to shopping in Dad's closet.
Brandon's aqua and maroon part-time job-wear will be in our diner-loving hearts forever.
So Mayim Bialik's Blossom did not corner the market on hats like this at the time.
Long before she drugged Brandon, stalked him and threatened to torch the homecoming float (and herself with it), we knew she was trouble—only boys wore leather jackets before she showed up (on her own motorcycle, natch), dark roots boldly contrasting with her short, platinum 'do.
Kelly, Brenda and Donna dress as escapees from a Robert Palmer video while backing Emily Valentine on "Breaking Up Is Hard to Do." Which it was, which is why Brenda decided to reunite with Dylan that night. Whoo!
Andrea's wearing her going-out vest and everything, but she and Steve ended up stumbling upon unwittingly high-as-a-kite Brandon instead of the underground club they were looking for.
When you were 12 and watching Kelly's mom marry David's dad, you probably made a mental picture of what you were going to make your bridemaids wear one day too.
This was what you wore to inject hip-hop culture into a school dance, especially when it appears that one of the Nelson twins is on guitar.
Yes, this is a group of people doing the electric slide thanks to David and his sick beats, including Brenda and Donna in their edgy urban best—tight little dresses and lady combat boots.
Dylan wore the same tux to everything, but Kelly got her inner ice-skater on for the senior prom.
The '80s-Cher hair didn't mesh with the slinky metallic mini that Brenda found the day of the prom.
Yes, Donna was in danger of not graduating. No, it was not because of this shirt.