Although I probably would've been all over that about 15 years ago (God, am I really that old?!), in 2012 it just screams tacky, tacky, tacky. However, it did prompt me to re-watch the Spice Girls' 1997 Brits performance, which reminded me exactly why I, and millions of girls worldwide, loved the Spice Girls after all.
Nowadays, girl bands like The Saturdays all come out on stage in similar costumes, the same hair and make-up, looking like a bunch of unexciting clones, but back int' day Scary, Baby, Ginger, Sporty and Posh all had their own looks. They really lived and breathed 'Girl Power', down to the point where they felt brave enough to pioneer their own looks and personalities. Mel C would never of worn the union jack dress and Emma wouldn't have dared to slip into a leopard print cat suit, but it was all good. They were individuals, not just five lookalikes.
Since the nineties I've been pioneering my own look of what I like to call clown-chic (bows, hearts, polka dots, etc...) and I've never really learnt how to dress like an adult, but I don't intend to. As the Spice Girls proved, you can dress however you want, as long as you rock it with confidence.
And that's exactly why the Spice Girls will forever remain my favourite pop group of all time. Now indulge in a bit of nostalgia below with me and re-live the nineties. Aaaaaah.