Monica Lewinsky's stained blouse is just as much a part of '90s style as poorly-fitting shirts and Starter jackets are. The navy blue dress is a garment that will go down in infamy, not for its stylish appearance, but for for its effect on politics and pop culture.
It's unlikely that you'll get your hands on the dress worn by the former intern that almost got Bill Clinton impeached, but you now have the chance to own a handful of her other clothes that were used as evidence by prosecutor Kenneth Starr in the President's 1999 trial.
Auction house Nate D Sanders has a lot filled with a jean jacket, chino blazer, black negligee, handwritten letters, and more, provided by Lewinsky's former lover, Andy Bleiler. All items were worn by Lewinsky as she strutted her stuff for the former President and brought about a discussion on the meaning of the word "is."
As of now, the lot is going for $2,750 and is set to end on June 28, so we'll have to wait and see if any of these items will be valued as the opulent purchases of all time. Click here to take a look at the full collection, and feast your eyes on some the best worst clothes the decade had to offer, and sleazy inside jokes that read, "Can you believe the "Juice is loose."