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Between the resurgence of chokers and the return of the crop top, we know that the 90s are back. There's even going to be a reboot of Sabrina the Teenage Witch!


Nostalgia for the days of Biggie Smalls and Blossom certainly has seeped into every facet of our culture. 


BabyCentre says that some parents are even looking to the 90s for baby name inspiration!



A few of the top contenders for girls' names in this comeback trend include Maria, Courtney, Helen, and Heather.


Could Courtney be a reference to Courtney Cox? Or perhaps the more infamous Courtney Love? Either way, the name is just so, well, 90s!


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Boys' names from the decade that are experiencing a renaissance include Bradley, Daniel, Ryan, and Christopher. The first one could be a nod to the newly single Brad Pitt!


Cameron is also set to be a part of the 90s baby name trend, which is possibly inspired by Joseph Gordon Levitt's adorably awkward character in the now-classic 10 Things I Hate About You.



Ross also ranks up there - Hello, Friends fans! We see you! - along with Paul (Rudd?) and numerous others that can be found below:


Girls Boys
1. Maria 1. Bradley
2. Courtney 2. Daniel
3. Helen 3. Ryan
4. Heather 4. Christopher
5. Bethan 5. Lewis
6. Lydia 6. Nathan
7. Kimberley 7. Connor
8. Naomi 8. Scott
9. Abbie 9. Nicholas
10. Harriet 10. Peter
11. Amber 11. Cameron
12. Molly 12. Mitchell
13. Jennifer 13. Timothy
14. Stephanie 14. Toby
15. Abigail 15. Danny
16. Sophie 16. Christian
17. Jessica 17. Stuart
18. Danielle 18. Simon
19. Georgia 19. Ross
20. Natalie 20. Paul


And if you want more 90s baby name inspo, be sure to put on your rose-coloured glasses check out our list!


On a totally unrelated note, has anyone seen our old grungy flannels around?



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