Britney took schoolgirl chic to the next level in her debut music video, "... Baby One More Time."
(You Drive Me) Crazy (1999)
Britney's video for "(You Drive Me) Crazy" includes clips from the movie 'Drive Me Crazy,' but her shiny green crop top and mermaid-esque hair may have made a greater impression.
Oops!... I Did It Again (2000)
The out-of-this-world "Oops!... I Did It Again" video was boosted by another iconic Britney look: the red PVC catsuit.
Britney stepped into old-school Hollywood glamour for the video for "Lucky," a melodrama chronicling the price of fame.
Don't Let Me Be the Last to Know (2001)
"Don't Let Me Be the Last to Know" takes fans on one of the best vacations ever. There's something for everyone: Britney Spears in a white bikini, a scenic beautiful beach AND a handsome young man.
I'm a Slave 4 U (2001)
The dancing was the real star of the "I'm a Slave 4 U" video, and Britney's torn clothes and chain belt helped draw more attention to her hottest moves.
Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman (2002)
The video for the theme to Britney's coming of age film "Crossroads" features Britney showing off her killer midriff in a "Land of the Lost" inspired ruffle/fringe combo.
The most successful clip from the 'In the Zone' album, "Toxic" takes viewers on a real visual ride - and Britney herself is making sure seat belts are fastened in this throwback uniform.
"Toxic" also includes one of Britney's few forays away from blond, here rocking a supernatural red years before Rihanna made it her signature look.
Another amazing "Toxic" look. How could Britney top fire-engine-red hair and a sexy '60s stewardess uniform? Sparkles. Nothing else, just sparkles and strategic posing.
Gimme More (2007)
Britney's comeback track notoriously opened with, "It's Britney, bitch." Maybe she wanted to make sure everyone knew that brunette pole dancer was actually her and not a stand-in.
Britney revealed a whole lot of skin in the provocative clip for "Womanizer." It's no surprise that this steamy video has nearly 100 million plays on Vevo.
The assertive office worker in "Womanizer" is our favorite Britney alter ego. What's yours?
All eyes on me, indeed. The video for the title track of Britney's hit album 'Circus' stars Spears as a particularly sexy — and scantily clad — ringmaster.
If U Seek Amy (2009)
The mother of two had some fun with her image in the "If U Seek Amy" video, showing up in perfect '50s housewife glam.
A sun-kissed Britney donned a white dress and big hat for a polo match in the "Radar" video. Very pretty - and very 'Pretty Woman.'
Hold it Against Me (2011)
Britney fights herself (literally) in this music-video statement examining her image and media saturation, but we can't stop saying saying yes to that dress, a delightfully over-the-top white gown that anyone from 'Dynasty' would be proudly don for a third wedding.
Till the World Ends (2011)
Britney and friends are all dressed up like "Mad Max" rejects and slithering about in the "Till the World Ends" video, committed to making the sexiest moves on the dance floor until it all goes dark.
I Wanna Go (2011)
Britney shows off a pink streak — and a sweeter wild side — in her video for "I Wanna Go."
As "Criminal" begins — you know, before she starts knocking over convenience stores with a gun-toting bad boy (played by her real-life love Jason Trawick) — Britney is the picture of elegance in a one-armed stunner with shoulder skimming earrings.