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A "very special" anniversary is upon us: "Blossom," which premiered on July 5, 1990, turns 25.
The NBC sitcom, which ran for five seasons, starred Mayim Bialik as a spunky teen living with her divorced dad and a pair of older brothers. It also gave us an unforgettable catchphrase (Whoa!), an upbeat if slightly nonsensical theme song and a seemingly endless collection of floppy hats.
In our opinionation, here are some of Blossom's most memorable millinery moments.
Luck of the straw
Like the rest of her offbeat wardrobe, Blossom's headgear came in a wide variety of colors.
Hats off to you
A healthy dose of sass helped Blossom pull off many a quirky look.
A large majority of Blossom's hats featured prominent floral adornments.
As Blossom's pal Six (left), Jenna von Oy's hat game was often equally on point.
Here comes the sunflower
This cheerful headpiece was peak Blossom.
In case you were wondering what the series' stars look like now, Bialik, 39, shared photos of a cast reunion last year.