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Sabrina The Teenage Witch fans sent into a frenzy after spotting sudden change in Melissa Joan Hart’s wardrobe following 9/11

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Sabrina the Teenage Witch was known for her fabulous '90s fashion, from velvet dresses to chic sweater ensembles, but after 9/11, the cast's style evolved.

Sabrina The Teenage Witch fans have shared a wild 9/11 theory about the costumes of the sitcom’s characters, including the main character played by Melissa Joan Hart, known for her famous ’90s fashion.

US-based TikTok creator Mister was one of the fans who began speculating that Sabrina’s wardrobe changed dramatically in the sixth season, which premiered on October 6, 2011, following the 9/11 attacks. .

The teenage witch seemed to have traded in her spaghetti strap tank tops and mesh tops straight from the pages of Delia’s for a more patriotic outfit.

‘Pov, you are watching season 6 of Sabrina The Teenage Witch, which aired after 9/11 or was filmed at the time of 9/11.’ Mister’s now viral video he pointed.

Sabrina the Teenage Witch was known for her fabulous ’90s fashion, from velvet dresses to chic sweater ensembles, but after 9/11, the cast’s style evolved.

The now-viral video showed a series of outfits worn by the sitcom's characters that heavily featured the American flag. Example is shown above

“Pov, you’re watching season 6 of Sabrina The Teenage Witch, which aired after/was filmed around the time of 9/11,” noted a now-viral video from US-based TikTok creator Mister.

But Mister wasn't the only viewer to notice, as another TikTok user also highlighted Aunt Zelda and Aunt Hilda's outfits.

Aunt Zelda, played by Beth Broderick, and Aunt Hilda, played by Caroline Rhea, wore red and blue along with Sabrina.

Sabrina’s Aunt Zelda, played by Beth Broderick, and Aunt Hilda, played by Caroline Rhea, stood side by side and wore red and blue to channel the flag.

Commenters had a field day, sharing their memories of post-9/11 fashion, including Old Navy blouses galore.

Commenters had a field day, sharing their memories of post-9/11 fashion, including Old Navy blouses galore.

The title went on to explain that season 6 aired from October 2001 to May 2002.

Fun facts about Sabrina the Teenage Witch!

The film adaptation came out in 1996 and is based on the Archie Comics comic book series.

The classic comedy aired as part of ABC’s TGIF, or Thank Goodness It’s Funny, programming.

The teen television show spanned seven years over seven seasons and moved from ABC to The WB.

The Netflix show Chilling Adventures of Sabrina was also a reinvention of the comic series.

“If I’m right, every episode starting with episode 2 had some variation of a juxtaposed US-themed setting,” the eagle-eyed viewer wrote.

The TikTok showed off character outfits accessorized with American flag pins, USA-adorned shirts, and one particularly patriotic outfit, matching American flag boots and a button-down blouse.

In many scenes, Sabrina’s Aunt Zelda, played by Beth Broderick, and Aunt Hilda, played by Caroline Rhea, stood side by side and wore red and blue to channel the flag.

The video received more than 2.8 million views, 420,000 likes and nearly 3,000 comments about the flag-themed fashion.

After the devastating terrorist attacks of 9/11, Americans went out of their way to support their country with clothing adorned in patriotic colors, whether it was Old Navy T-shirts with the American flag or Converse with stars and stripes.

‘You had to be there. And by ‘there’ I mean Old Navy,” one commenter joked.

“You have to balance witchcraft with patriotism,” another viewer commented.

Commenters shared their memories of post-9/11 fashion, which included red, white and blue blouses galore.

Someone jokingly called Sabrina’s style an “election year moodboard.”

'They had the wardrobe team doing nationalism overtime!' the proclaimed account

Suddenly, the cast switched to T-shirts emblazoned with the American flag and matching pins.

‘They had the wardrobe team doing nationalism overtime!’ the story proclaimed, as the cast suddenly changed into T-shirts emblazoned with the American flag.

Starting with episode two of season six, each episode had a US-themed item of clothing.

Another scene where Melissa Joan Hart puts an American flag on her blouse.

“If I’m right, every episode starting with episode 2 had some variation of a juxtaposed US-themed setting,” the eagle-eyed viewer wrote.

Above, Sabrina is wearing an orange minidress with a black turtleneck and pre-9/11 ankle boots.

Sabrina used to wear colors like pink, purple, and turquoise instead of red, white, and blue before the tragedy occurred.

The teenage witch traded in her spaghetti-strap tank tops and mesh tops straight from the pages of Delia’s for a more patriotic outfit.

@exbottom

They had the wardrobe team doing nationalism overtime! (Season 6 aired from October 2001 to May 2002 and if I’m right, every episode starting with episode 2 had some variation of a US thematic/juxtaposed setting) 🦅🇺🇸👯‍ ♀️🏙️

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“OMG, the old navy was RICH during this era,” one joked, as the chain was famous for its Fourth of July sales and matching clothing.

“They were NOT going to cancel the producers,” one person joked while another called her “Sabrina the Teenage Patriot.”

Others pointed out that Sabrina was far from the only show to be affected, as many movies and TV shows began dressing their characters in patriotic outfits after 9/11.

“I was talking about how the media and pop culture immediately after 9/11 is so remarkable and interesting to watch,” one commenter explained.

And it wasn’t just pop culture, another viewer wrote: “The difference between pre-9/11 yearbooks and post-9/11 yearbooks is like a banana.”

Many people were in favor of American-inspired glamour.

“It was very fashionable for the time, I’m not going to lie, the stylist ate it… it’s not easy to make the flag cute, but they did a great job, these outfits are cute,” one fan proclaimed.

“OMG, the old navy was RICH during this era,” one commenter joked, as the chain was famous for its Fourth of July sales and matching clothing.

Hart is also famous for being quite patriotic.

Actress Melissa and Joey tweeted on the 14th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, ‘Extremely disappointed in @foxnews and @CNN for not having continued coverage of the 9/11 memorial and the names on the sign!!’ with the hashtag ‘never forget’.

She went on to write, “My kids need to know that this day changed our lives in the US and the world, and without solid news coverage, it disheartens me… If the Kardashians can get 24/7 coverage days of the week, why not us?” Do you have a day dedicated to a moment in history that changed our path?

Hart then offered ‘Free Shipping in Honor of 9/11 Victims, Families and First Responders’ for his now-defunct clothing brand. deer king.

Fittingly, the brand was also quite patriotic.

In 2017, actress Clarissa Explains Everything published in Facebook about 9/11 and confirmed the change in fashion.

Hart revealed: ‘If you watch Sabrina the Teenage Witch and see me wearing an American flag on my collar, shirt, belt, etc., you’ll know that was after 9/11 in 2001/2002!’

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