The Sopranos first aired on HBO two decades ago—Thursday, January 10, is its 20-year anniversary—but these days, in the age of swaggy Instagrams, it feels like what some might think of as the characters’ garish costume design (extra-wide shoulders, animal prints, track pants, up-to-here boots, and the general more-is-more, va-va-voom vibe) was actually way ahead of its time. We’re only kind of joking here. Seriously, big hair is in. So is leopard print. Versace is having a renaissance, and Gucci is all wild prints and fun maximalism now. Tony Soprano would fit right in on the red carpet in his wide-open bathrobe. Adriana (Christopher’s girlfriend) would kill in the aisles of Whole Foods in her leopard catsuits. Dr. Melfi was all monochrome suits, all the time. Paulie Walnuts could be mistaken for any millennial in his striped track pants. Meadow is on trend in her band tees. And Silvio, well, he was the most drip-drip of them all. Here, we put together a few fashion images from the pages of W that could serve as inspiration for your next outing to Bada Bing.