Mila Kunis wore a minimalist black dress that will give you major '90s vibes

Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty ImagesMila Kunis won Comedy Movie Star of 2018 at the People’s Choice Awards.
  • On Sunday, Mila Kunis attended the People Choice Awards wearing a minimalist outfit that looked straight out of the ’90s.
  • The actress walked the red carpet in a black midi dress from Australian fashion designer, Alex Perry.
  • The fitted slip dress features thin double straps and a straight neckline, two trends that dominated ’90s style.
  • Kunis accessorized with embellished PVC heels by Christian Louboutin and thin dangling earrings.
  • In the past few years, a handful of ’90s trends have come back into style, including neon, leopard print, and boot-cut jeans.

Mila Kunis showed up to the People Choice Awards wearing a sleek outfit that looked straight out of the ’90s.

On Sunday, the actress walked the red carpet in a minimalist black midi dress from Australian fashion designer, Alex Perry. The fitted slip dress, which retailed for $US870 before selling out online, features thin double straps and a straight neckline, two trends that dominated ’90s style.

Mila kunis peoples choice awards 2018 outfitMatt Winkelmeyer/Getty ImagesKunis wore her hair up in a bun.

Kunis, who took home an award for Comedy Movie Star of 2018, completed the simple yet chic look with embellished PVC heels by Christian Louboutin and thin dangling earrings.

A handful of ’90s trends have made their way back onto runways and into stores over the past few years.

Read more: Kim Kardashian wore a visible thong as part of her outfit, and it looks like she’s bringing back a daring ’90s trend

In addition to slip dresses with thin spaghetti straps and straight necklines, Hollywood and street style alike have seen the return of neon, tailored suits, leopard print, small oval sunglasses, and even boot-cut jeans, to name a few.

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