20 Throwback Photos of Fran Drescher Being the Fashion Icon You Didn't Know You Needed Today

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Drescher traded in her usual sky-high hairstyle for a classic bob in 1995, the cherry on top of a glam red number.

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Jessica Rabbit Glam 

Is that Drescher or Jessica Rabbit? All she needs is a pair of purple gloves!

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Orange You Glad 

The actress was clearly thrilled to be at the 1998 Vanity Fair Oscars afterparty.

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On Fire 

The higher the hair, the closer to heaven.

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Checker Out!

Only Drescher could pull off a two-piece outfit that includes checkered velvet.

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It Hat to Be You 

Drescher wore this get-up to the It Had to Be You premiere in 1989.

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Sunny Disposition 

At the 2000 Vanity Fair Oscars afterparty, Drescher looked cheery in a high-necked yellow gown, complete with a matching shawl.

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Peace & Love 

There’s no better way to spread a message of peace and love than to wear it on your gown.

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Face the Facts

In 1994, Drescher proved that the back of the outfit is sometimes the best part. She showed off her embroidered mini-skirt on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.

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Pattern Queen

Drescher looked like a work of art in 1994 at the Writers Guild of America Awards.

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Suit Up 

Nothing says, “I mean business, but I’m the life of the party,” like a patterned pantsuit.

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Cream of the Crop 

No one can pull off a two-piece set quite like Fran Drescher can!

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Marilyn Monroe Moment

In 1995, Drescher went old Hollywood glam, channeling Marilyn Monroe’s signature Gentlemen Prefer Blondes look.

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The OG Cardi B 

Cardi B may have rocked a flower headpiece at the 2018 American Music Awards, but Fran did it first at the 1996 Golden Globes.

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Showing Some Skin 

Drescher was really ahead of the curve(s) when it came to her outfit choices.

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All Aboard the Fran Train

All about the drama, Drescher’s train at the 1997 Emmys was ahead of its time.

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Sparkle & Shine

There’s something about Franny! The actress paired a sequined mini-skirt with black leather boots at the 1998 premiere of There’s Something About Mary.

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See-Through Skirt 

Drescher went ’90s goth when she rocked a middle part, choker necklace, leather top and see-through studded skirt at the 1999 premiere of The World Is Not Enough.

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Cut It Out 

In 1996, Drescher crowned herself Queen of the ’90s at the Emmy Awards.

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Channeling Audrey Hepburn

Drescher wore an outfit straight out of Breakfast at Tiffany‘s to the 13th Annual American Comedy Awards … with a few sequins added for good measure, of course.

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