Gwen Stefani recreates her famous looks in Let Me Reintroduce Myself
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Gwen Stefani has taken a trip down memory lane as she recreated some of her most famous looks for the video for her single Let Me Reintroduce Myself.

The newly-engaged singer, 51, used the new video to reflect on her stellar career and many of the memorable outfits she has worn over the years.

Fans of the No Doubt hitmaker will recognise some of her recreations including a floral headpiece she wore as tribute to her look from the Rich Girl music video.

Gwen sported a white corset with a pale blue mini skirt and a plaid jacket for a more subdued version of an outfit she wore in the video for What You Waiting For? back in 2004.

Gwen also recreated another of one her most famous looks, the white crop top and blue tracksuit bottoms she wore for the I'm Just A Girl video.

The star also re-imagined her look from the Sweet Escape music video, styling her locks into a bob and sporting a giant pair of sunglasses.

Gwen wore a black polka dot mini skirt to recreate her Don't Speak video and a crop top and black hat from Let Me Blow Ya Mind.

Gwen's characters interacted with each other during the music video and at one point all appeared together on a Zoom-style group chat. 

The singer did not just take inspiration from her old music videos when coming up with looks for the single.

She sported bright blue hair to match a memorable look she sported at the 1998 MTV Video Music Awards.

The star also wore a red and white printed top and a green cap to copy the outfit she wore when she announced her engagement to Blake Shelton. 

The couple started dating in November 2015, after meeting on the NBC reality series The Voice, and announced their engagement at the end of October.

While Gwen and Blake have not set a date yet, sources tell People they're, 'both ready to get married'.

The country singer popped the question on October 27 at his ranch in Tishomingo, Oklahoma, though a source claims the wedding is imminent.

a boy wearing a hat: Ring: The star also wore a red and white printed top and a green cap to copy the outfit she wore when she announced her engagement to Blake Shelton © Provided by Daily Mail Ring: The star also wore a red and white printed top and a green cap to copy the outfit she wore when she announced her engagement to Blake Shelton Gwen Stefani standing in front of a mirror posing for the camera: Grin: She sported bright blue hair to match a memorable look she sported at the 1998 MTV Video Music Awards © Provided by Daily Mail Grin: She sported bright blue hair to match a memorable look she sported at the 1998 MTV Video Music Awards

'This won't be a long engagement. There is a reason why Blake proposed now. They are both ready to get married,' the source revealed.

'The wedding planning will be kept to a minimum, since both Stefani and Shelton don't want a big ceremony.

'(They) don't want a huge wedding. They want their family and close friends to attend and that's it,' the source added.

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