The Flyest TV Icons Of The ‘90s
by Bold Apps on June 17, 2016
Thinking back to the 1990s reminds us of the good ol’ television days. Characters with fresh style and unashamed personalities were all over the screen, and we miss them! We think if they were here today (and real), they’d love to rock the FlyPolar look and attitude. Here are three of our favorites.
Will Smith, Fresh Prince of Bel Air
Will Smith played himself in this 1990s sitcom, and his style is memorable. From the funky fresh colors to the bright and bold pant patterns, Will sure knew how to dress. Do you remember when he had to start at Carlton’s private school and wear a uniform? A simple twist-turn inside out made it completely unique.
Johnny Bravo, Johnny Bravo
Sure, Johnny lives in a two dimensional world, but he sure is fly. His simple black tee matched with the classic jeans makes him a different kind of fly. It’s more of his persona that resonates with FlyPolar. He’s never afraid to do what he wants, even if it makes some people frustrated or uncomfortable. Johnny Bravo will live in our minds forever.
Lisa Turtle, Saved by the Bell
Talk about a fashionista! Lisa Turtle, played by Lark Voorhies, roamed the halls of Bayside High School, trying to figure out friendships, school, and an ever-busy social life. Lisa was always the first person to set the latest trends and speak for her beliefs. That’s what makes her memorable to FlyPolar; she’s the trend setter, not the follower.
What’s great about these three television icons is more than just their on-point style. They embody FLY. First Love Yourself. Nothing else matters to these characters, and for that, we’re thankful. Whether you’re striving to be the next iconic television icon or just plain you at home, you can rock fly clothing wherever your life may lead.