Test your knowledge on the GREATEST decade to have been a kid. Hater ’90s kids to the left, please.
And apparently he didn’t own T-shirts in the ’80s.
Celebs: They really are just like us.
Did you wear Ugg boots? What about a scrunchie? And a Gap hoodie?
Before SJP became a style icon, she was pretty lost.
This ’80s diva should be everyone’s fashion muse.
To be fair, ice skater fashion is a risky business — regardless of decade.
Because you probably still have a pair of Mudd jeans somewhere in the back of your closet.
Bad hair day? Child, please.
Freezy Freakies were the ’80s. In glove form.
When you put it on…something happened. In the ’80s.
And no, this is not filled with what Forever 21 thinks the “80s” are.
In the September 1994 issue of Sassy, the magazine “recreated” the cool looks worn by the girls of the East Village in the early ’80s.
People are apparently still buying this stuff.
You don’t have to be a sixtysomething widow in Miami to dress like a sixtysomething widow in Miami.
Shoulder pads! Elaborate jean jackets!
You may not remember them that well, but they were equally fabulous if not more so than the ’90s models. The models of today should really bring back the exaggerated poses that were so popular back then.
Mr. T (yes, that Mr. T) hosted an ’80s fashion show featuring a lot of puffy pants and puffy hair and gyrating boys and girls. Plus mind blowing ’80s music.
It’s finally spring! Which is a perfect time to dig through your closet and get rid of all the stuff you don’t wear anymore. So what’s one fashion statement you’ve made that you’ll never make again? Bonus points for a photo of you wearing it!
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Fads are a rapidly changing part of culture, and thank sweet baby jesus for it because these trends really need to just stay in their proper decades as warning for past fashion faux pas. And no, none of these should be worn ironically, either.
Everything old is new again. Channeling the fashions of her mother’s heyday, Lourdes touched down in LAX with her new do.
There were originally hundreds of Cosby Sweaters. Many of Koos van der Akker’s designs have disappeared into private collections, but there are four — including the infamous Comb Sweater — preserved and on display at the Museum of the Moving Image, in Queens.
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In the early 80’s, someone gave Bill Cosby a sweater designed by Koos van den Akker, and history was made. Still doesn’t explain the pudding obsession.
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