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The 1997 MTV Awards

Just one year after launching ‘Wannabe’, the Spice Girls were globally recognised not only for their music but their now-famous wardrobes. The question is: where can we bag Geri’s coat? [Photo: Getty]

From '90s leopard print catsuits to the 'Pob', we chart the Spice Girls' epic style evolution

Danielle Fowler
Freelance Writer

Growing up, the only difficult decision millennials made after school was who got to be which Spice Girl in a hairbrush rendition of “2 Become 1”.

So you can imagine our excitement upon learning that the ’90s girl band (albeit minus Posh) are set to reunite for a UK stadium tour next year.

Famed for their alter egos (Posh, Scary, Sporty, Ginger and Baby) – the pop group inspired the wardrobes of thousands of teenage fans across the globe.

Patriotic mini dresses and knee-high boots were left to Geri Halliwell while fellow band member Emma Bunton was wholly responsible for our noughties penchant for we’re-definitely-too-old-for-these pigtails.

Whether it was their debut Brit Awards performance or the band’s nothing short of iconic meeting with Prince Charles, the pop group’s ensembles will forever remain etched in the sartorial history books.

From Mel B’s leopard print co-ords to Victoria Beckham‘s aptly-named ‘Pob’, we chart the Spice Girls’ fashion evolution.

You may be pleased to learn that a handful of trends have made a serious comeback for AW18 (you don’t want to throw out your Adidas tracksuit just yet)…

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