"Saved By the Bell" is turning 30! The legendary teen show celebrates the 30th anniversary of its premiere on Aug. 20, 2019, and in honor of the major milestone, Wonderwall.com is taking a look back at the best fashion moments from the beloved series. Keep reading to see the best looks from Kelly, Jessie, Zack, Slater, Lisa and the rest of the gang!
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Kelly Kapowski might have kept up with the trends, but Lisa Turtle was the trendsetter! She was known to take some fashion risks at Bayside High and always took things up a notch when it came to her accessories. Like this look, for instance — a leopard-print minidress belted with tights and flats all topped with a studded and cropped denim jacket. What a fashionista!
There's a reason Kelly Kapowski earned a spot on our list of most fashionable TV characters — we all coveted her killer '90s wardrobe! Tiffani Thiessen's character sported some of the hottest trends on the series including this ensemble comprised of printed high-waisted shorts, a white T-shirt and a vest draped over top.
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The ultimate '90s hunk uniform? A tank to show off those muscles and some high-waisted jeans. Don't believe us? Just check out A.C. Slater (Mario Lopez) in this quintessential combo (while relaxing against a wall, as one does).
Elizabeth Berkley's Jessie Spano wasn't known for being as fashion-forward as her two female pals, but she certainly wore some stylish getups. Take this floral printed blouse, for example, which she tucked into pants, belted and accessorized with some big earrings.
Bright colors weren't just for the girls — Zack Morris (played by Mark-Paul Gosselaar) was known to rock some seriously vibrant hues every now and again. Case in point? This bright red T-shirt he paired with a teal and royal blue bomber jacket.
The ladies of Bayside High could always be counted on to give major fashion inspiration. Just check out Jessie Spano's denim-on-denim Canadian tuxedo worn with combat boots. Then take a look at Kelly Kapowski's pop of color in the form of a belted oversized T-shirt over a printed miniskirt, which she paired with black flats. Finally, marvel at Lisa Turtle's look! She always dressed to impress, and this embroidered black tee paired with high-waisted red pants, a red scrunchie and zebra flats delivered.
A floral two-piece set, sunnies, a scrunchie and cute flats! This look, which is totally on-trend in 2019, was first sported by the one and only Lisa Turtle (Lark Voorhies) during Season 3 of the show.
Long before Lululemon was a thing, Kelly Kapowski rocked these gray leggings, which she paired with layered oversized T-shirts knotted at the waist and held in place with a scrunchie, of course!
A.C. Slater was known for showing off his muscles, so this look isn't a shocker. He rocked the top of choice for the boys during this era — a short-sleeved, printed button-down — though his was worn open to give everyone a better view of his abs. His light-wash jeans were also on-trend, especially tucked into those high tops.
Kelly Kapowski's signature style involved a lot of color and plenty of floral print. Tiffani Thiessen's character donned these cute high-waisted floral-print pants with a lavender cropped T-shirt, which she finished off with a pair of white sneakers.
The couple that rocks matching belted khaki shorts together stays together! Jessie Spano (Elizabeth Berkley) paired hers with a long-sleeved printed top, combat boots and socks, while A.C. Slater (Mario Lopez) added a sleeveless button-up, high socks and his own pair of boots to the mix.
Floral, floral and more floral! Playing Kelly Kapowski called for Tiffani Thiessen to wear a whole lot of flower print — including this vibrant minidress with cap sleeves.
Mark Paul Gosselaar's Zack Morris was the ultimate cool guy, and this look emphasized his status. Check out this purple printed T-shirt that he paired with a pair of (very!) short blue shorts during Season 3 of "Saved By the Bell."
Even their exercise clothes were adorable! Kelly Kapowski rocked this cute matching set that would still be in style today. She paired the cropped tank and high-waisted leggings with white socks and sneakers for the perfect '90s workout ensemble.
Though there's plenty of fun fashion to look at in this photo from "Saved By the Bell," it's Lisa Turtle's look that truly stands out. A denim-floral hybrid dress paired with cowboy boots? We told you Lark Voorhies' character was the trendsetter of the group! (Honorable mention goes to Screech for that track suit, headband and sneaker combo.)
There's a whole lot of print happening in this picture — from Screech's unbuttoned dice-print shirt over a graphic T-shirt to A.C. Slater's red-and-white-printed shirt tucked into acid-wash jeans, but our favorite look in the frame? Kelly Kapowski's sweet pink floral-printed coordinates! And she gets extra points for the cute barrette in her hair.
Jessie Spano was known for her more mature fashion sense — think blazers and button-ups — but she still managed to infuse some '90s style into this look. She rocked nude-hued jodhpur leggings, a hot pink blouse and a bold floral-print blazer with black cowboy boots for a serious statement look.
Ignore Screech's costume, just focus on Lisa Turtle's gold-trimmed acid-wash jeans. She paired the wild pants with a brown blouse complete with plenty of fringe and had a signature scrunchie in her hair.
More acid-wash jeans! Mario Lopez's A.C. Slater had a penchant for the trendy denim look, which he paired with a printed tank top for this quintessentially '90s look.
High-waisted floral-print pants were all the rage when the "Saved By the Bell" gang attended Bayside High. Kelly Kapowski paired hers with a pink sweatshirt and white sneakers in this scene.
It was fun to see the Bayside High crew's style evolve over time. When Kelly Kapowski and Zack Morris tied the knot in Las Vegas, Zach sported slicked-back hair, a white T-shirt, jeans and a brown vest while Kelly rocked a black crop top and a floral maxiskirt with a sleek bob.
Just like Kelly and Zach, Lark Voorhies's character, Lisa Turtle, showed off a more mature style in Las Vegas — a black-and-white edgy crop top with belted high-waisted jeans.
Even Screech pulled off a cool outfit every now and then! Dustin Diamond's character rocked this bold printed button-down with baggy jeans during "Saved by the Bell: The College Years," proving that the budding fashionistas he went to high school with's style just might have rubbed off on him!
Lark Voorhies's Lisa Turtle rocked this purple printed minidress and topped it with a cropped purple denim jacket. She added some more color with hot pink earrings, plenty of bangles and fun little pins affixed to her jacket.
Speaking of cropped jackets, check out this beauty on Kelly Kapowski! She paired this fun floral number with a bright orange unitard and crisp white sneakers (seriously, how were Kelly's shoes always so white?!).
Kelly Kapowski rocked a pink floral minidress with a matching pale pink scrunchie in her hair while Jessie Spano opted for a belted high-waisted denim skirt and teal T-shirt in this scene. The latter kept things casual with sneakers and added a headband to jazz things up a bit.
You might have noticed Lisa Turtle's affinity for denim jackets, but we're partial to this one in particular! The blazer-style denim design featured plenty of gold embellishments and varied buttons — the heart! the oval! the pearls! — for a glam take on the wardrobe staple.