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We’ve definitely noticed a style comeback when it comes to 90s fashion, but the country fashion icons at that time also made a big comeback and continue to do so with their on-point style throughout the years up until today. These country music celebrities have no reason to cringe when they look back at their style choices from the 90s, in fact some of their most memorable outfits are considered stylish even today. Shania Twain This country singer hit it big in the 90s with hit songs like “Man! I Feel Like A Woman!” and “That Don’t Impress Me Much.” Her outfits were sometimes just as big of a hit. In this outfit, Shania has the leather waxed black jean in full force, which is very in right now thanks to J Brand, Hudson, Rich & Skinny, and a few other designers. She also is on par with her crop top, but not just any crop top—an animal print crop top. There are many replicas of this top in today’s fashion. This leopard crop top available at ShopBop, $86, would give you a similar look paired with these Hudson Krista Super Skinny black waxed jeans, $151. Whether she knew it or not, she was a 90s style sensation. Faith Hill This country beauty, now married to famous country musician Tim McGraw, had hits in the 90s like “This Kiss” and “Breathe.” Just like Shania, she always hit a high fashion note—though in a more subtle way. At the VH1 Fashion Awards back in the 90s, Faith Hill wore this white dress with a sheer bottom. It was a classic and simple choice that now graces our fashion today. It also had a bodycon style with a high neckline, a popular choice among dresses these days. This Embellished Neck Maxi Dress available at ASOS, $95, is a great replicate of her original dress from 90s. Sheryl Crow Sheryl Crow can be considered country’s boho-chic musician as her style was always very freeing and open. She’s had numerous hits just like her other country women peers above. Crow’s hits included “If It Makes You Happy,” “All I Wanna Do” and “The First Cut Is The Deepest,” among many others. While on the cover of Rolling Stone in 1996, Sheryl Crow went for a bohemian-meets-western vibe. A look that’s considered the “new boho-chic” look today. You can get the almost-perfectly replicated look via this Heart of Gold dress by Free People available online at Revolve Clothing, $148.