Gwen Stefani is still "Just a Girl" a quarter-century later.
In album art for her new single "Let Me Reintroduce Myself," the 51-year-old No Doubt star recreated the same studded white crop top, side-striped blue track pants and canvas belt she wore in the band's 1995 "Just a Girl" video.
Page Six points out that even her platinum-blonde pony tail and vivid red lipstick recall the 25-year-old look. As the reggae-tinged solo track plays, the modern-day Stefani emerges in a black lace bra, tassels, thigh-high boots and blue denim cutoffs.
The Voice judge previously teased the track while wearing the same nostalgic garb in a selfie that showed off extra accessories: a pair of gold nameplate necklaces reading "Stefani" and "Shelton" for her fiancé, country star Blake Shelton.
While "Let Me Reintroduce Myself" was just released, the powerhouse couple's hit duet "Happy Anywhere" recently ascended to the top of Mediabase's Country Top 30 chart, per Taste of Country.
"I can't believe I get to be part of your 28th number one radio hit and have my 2nd country radio hit!!" Stefani captioned a screengrab of a message from her team announcing the news. "Sure is fun being number one but with you it's another level!"