Delia’s in the 1990s was the place to go for cool, quirky, teen fashion. Velour? Updated 70s prints? Oversized overalls? Sweaters that appear to have been made out of a Care Bear? They were all available at dELiA’s. Even the spelling of the brand’s name had a fun, retro appeal to it, sort of like if sunflower were a font. Sadly, the loveable and distinctly 90s vibe of the brand fell out of fashion and hit some hard times in the early Naughts. The company went bankrupt in 2014 and has been non-existent until now.
Thankfully, the company Dolls Kill brought it back to life just in time for the holidays. A modest 70-piece collection based on archived designs launched in November. The pieces range from crop tops and shirt dresses to socks and messenger bags. Even if you are not a teen, there is probably a nostalgia piece for you that will warm your 90s heart.
You may want to go directly to the Dolls Kill Delia’s page, as this launch is clearly a departure from the standard Dolls Kill brand.
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