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Alicia Silverstone took to Twitter to give Harry Styles her "Clueless" stamp of approval.
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  • "Clueless" star Silverstone gave Harry Styles' Grammy look the Cher stamp of approval in a tweet.
  • The look featured a yellow blazer similar to the plaid blazer-skirt combo worn by the actor.
  • Styles' stylist Harry Lambert told Vogue he wanted "something that felt British and eccentric."
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As many tuned in to watch the 2021 Grammy Awards, viewers noted how much Harry Styles' red-carpet outfit resembled "Clueless" character Cher Horowitz's bright yellow plaid ensemble – all that was missing was the iconic line, "ugh, as if!"

"Clueless" actor Alicia Silverstone later took to Twitter on Tuesday and gave Harry Styles the Cher stamp of approval writing: "I am loving the #Clueless vibes @Harry_Styles!! Cher would be so honored (and totally approve!!) of this chic look. Congrats on your win at the #GRAMMYs last night!!! #WatermelonSugar."

For his Grammy debut, Styles wore a yellow houndstooth blazer, pink plunging v-neck shirt, brown velvet pants, cream-colored leather boots, complete with a pink fake fur boa.

Fans of the movie quickly responded to the tweet, noting that previous outfits worn by Styles' were similar to Silverstone's iconic yellow plaid blazer-skirt combo worn in the 1995 film.

One user replied, "Ahhhhh! Harry's Miami fit has always reminded me of (my favorite) Cher look." Another photoshopped the singer into a still from the film.

The 27-year-old singer won a Grammy for best pop solo performance and received two nominations for best pop vocal album and best music video.

Styles also performed his hit song "Watermelon Sugar" wearing an all-black ensemble, this time with a green boa.

All pieces were designed by Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele.

Michele has worked with Styles and his stylist Harry Lambert since 2018 and recently told Vogue that he finds it easy to dress Styles.

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"We have become linked by a beautiful feeling, the result of a true friendship. There is a really natural and spontaneous connection between us, and that is why working with him and Harry [Lambert] is so much fun!" he told Vogue.

Although fans were quick to point out the "Clueless" similarities, Lambert told Vogue that for the singer's first Grammy Awards, they wanted to do "something that felt British and eccentric."

Speaking about the outfits, Lambert continued: "A little bit rock 'n' roll and a little bit camp. I hope we did this with the mix of the tweed and the boa, [which is] Britishness, rock'n'roll, and camp all rolled into one."

Viewers also noticed that Styles' feather boa was very similar to actor Ashley Tisdale's "High School Musical" character Sharpay Evans.

Entertainment Weekly tweeted: So maybe Ashley Tisdale walked so Harry Styles could run. #GRAMMYs

Tisdale also posted the memes to her Instagram stories, captioning them "iconic," as Insider's Claudia Willen reported.

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