It's no secret that some of the most iconic pieces of the '90s have found their way into today's street-style scene. Hair clips, which have been championed by the likes of Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid, pay subtle homage to the decade, while Sienna Miller's yellow plaid coat — an outerwear staple that's bound to conjure up thoughts of Cher Horowitz — is a much bolder way to channel the decade. Regardless of your preferred approach, one look at Miller's outerwear piece will convince even the most pattern-shy of people to work the nostalgic print into their wardrobes this spring.
On Tues. evening, celebs like Laura Harrier, Emma Stone, and Miller attended Louis Vuitton's Fall/Winter 2019 presentation, wearing what were easily some of the their best retro-inspired looks of the season. Harrier showed up in a plaid mini skirt that was pure '90s perfection and Stone rocked 2019's take on Mary Janes. But ultimately, it was Miller's front-row getup that made for one of the most talked about fashion moments of the night.
The actor looked equal parts chic and cozy in a yellow-and-black plaid coat by Louis Vuitton. The outerwear essential landed right at the knees and featured asymmetric gold button detailing and small, black lapels. Simple hardware and an unfussy silhouette allowed the piece's bold '90s-inspired pattern to remain front and center.
Though technically a coat, Miller styled the piece as a dress, cinching a thin Louis Vuitton belt at the waist to mimic the ever-popular wrap-style frocks. She kept her accessories to a minimum, reaching only for a bucket bag, also by the French fashion house, and a pair of black patent leather heels that further infused her look with a hint of '90s grunge.
Effortless hair and soft makeup rounded out Miller's front-row look and ensured all the attention remained on the hero piece in her outfit: her yellow plaid coat.
If you're looking for a way to liven up your wardrobe ahead of spring's official arrival, make like Miller and invest in a handful of plaid pieces that make channeling the '90s incredibly easy. Ahead, The Zoe Report's favorites to buy now, all of which would certainly earn Miller's (and Horowitz's) stamp of approval.