Were you even a preteen in the 90s or noughties if you didn’t have Groovy Chick merchandise?
Whether it was bedding, stationery, posters, or literally anything with the Bang On The Door design (only the elite had GC bikes), we can’t forget who made crop tops and tiny clutch bags to match your outfit famous.
And now the iconic childhood brand is back and it’s going to hit you right in the nostalgia.
You can bow down to the grooviest chick on Asos where they’re selling T-shirts with the iconic print.
The childhood fave is printed on two different tees, with a white one retailing for £21.99 and a green one for £12.99, both available exclusively on Asos.
And nostalgic fans are so keen on merch, the green tee has already sold out.
Who knew we’d be seeing a Groovy Chick revival in 2020?
Then again, anything can happen this year.
The relaxed T-shirts have been made by brand Daisy Street and feature our style icon serving looks in her signature striped top and flared pink trousers.
You can also opt for the white tee which has the fashionista in a matching green-ensemble printed on the back.
The front simply says Groovy Chick and features a daisy.
The Groovy Chick renaissance has got fans excited and many have flocked to Twitter to express their excitement.
One user, who spotted the items yesterday, wrote: ‘I thought I’d never see her again. But here she is,’ while another said: ‘A Groovy Chick revival is exactly what I need at this stage in my life’.
Many noted that in a tumultuous year, this is the good news they needed.
One person wrote: ‘If there’s one woman who can save 2020, it’s Groovy Chick,’ while another echoed the sentiment, saying: ‘This is what 2020 needed. she’s back. finally some good f*****g news.’
While the Asos merch seems to be fast running out, the popular number is available elsewhere.
Over on the Truffle Shuffle website you can find Groovy Chick tees and socks.
Now, we’re off to add one of these bad boys to cart.
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