Yoooo, we hope you aren't doing anything this Sunday because the 2015 Grammys are officially going down. To celebrate, we thought we'd see what the ol' red carpet looked like 20 years ago because, well, why not? We always love a reason to ogle at '90s fashion and dang , 1995 was definitely serving up some interesting looks. Check out who was there–and what they were wearing–below!
Celine Dion definitely pulled out some signature mid-'90s beauty moves: dark lips and high-volume hair. For her ensemble, she went for a sleek, rhinestone-studded gown with spaghetti straps, which, honestly, we could still see people sporting today.
Salt-N-Pepa won Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group in 1995, but their coordinating black gowns with hints of sheer paneling are what really stole the show. Also, that hat.
There's nothing more classic than perfectly-fitted white satin dress, so Faith Hill's look still feels incredibly timeless.
Remember when Bruce Springsteen won four Grammys in one year? No? How about when he had a goatee?
In 1995, Sheryl Crow proved she was the master of winning Grammys and mixing textures.
Boyz II Men
Boyz II Men dominated the R&B category at the Grammys, but seriously, we gotta give it up to these dudes for always bringing their matching suit A-game.
We don't know if Annie Lennox was going for a badass Minnie Mouse look or what, but we are so into it.
Ah, Melissa Etheridge: the queen of signature suits (and winning Grammys).
Henry Rollins clearly went for the most casual look of the bunch, but TBH, we're dying to know what shoes he had on with this ensemble.
Carly Simon and Tori Amos
Carly Simon opted for an all-black velvet dress while Tori Amos went for a more sporty blue dress with a zip-up hoodie vest. Cuteeee.
Wowowow, turtleneck + plaid suit = an automatic '90s outfit win. Thanks, Soundgarden.
Seal looks dang good in his unbuttoned shirt and suit, and he totally knows it.