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90s Fashion Trends You Want to Forget About

Not everyone makes great fashion choices. There were a lot of bad fashion trends in the 90s. We want to forget about them, but let’s take a trip down memory lane.

JNCO Jeans fashion

JNCO Jeans:

JNCO was founded in 1985. They were known for their elaborate designs on the pockets and the very large pant legs. They made 186.9 million dollars before 1999. By the 2000s, the factory and the business shut down. They were worn by many people, but skaters and the punk scene embraced them. JNCO was making a comeback as of 2019. These jeans can go away because they are just not flattering to anyone. They are rough, and how can you walk in them?

platform shoes fashion

Platform Shoes:

Platform shoes have been a fad that has been around since ancient times. They achieved a moment in every decade. In the 90s, they had a comeback after people were not as keen on them in the late 80s. Vivienne Westwood brought back the platform shoe in the early 90s. They became mainstream when the Spice Girls wore them. This‌ brought platform shoes of all kinds, including sneakers, boots, and sandals. They were clunky and chunky and not the best style.

chokers fashion

Tattoo Chokers:

Chokers were around in the 16th century to speak out about the beheading of Anne Boleyn. It wasn’t until the 19th century that they really became popularized. They were angsty and to be anti-establishment. Though, it ended up that everyone started wearing them and it would be a trend. They were painful; they were springy, and you didn’t want to take them on and off. There are some girls that didn’t take them off, and it showed. These definitely don’t need to make a comeback.

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As always, Creating Nostalgia Millennial Style!

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