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Oh the 90s. It gave us some of our favorite movies, TV shows and of course some of the best fashion trends...or some of the worst. Lets relive all the best when it comes to hair, clothes and accessories!
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Jnco was not associated with “poverty and suffering” and you certainly didn’t know someone was “poor” when wearing them. They weren’t exactly cheap. I went to a wealthy suburban school and everyone wore them. Girl doesn’t know what the hell she’s talking about.
Here in Sweden I used to rock bleached jeans, a white t-shirt and a red & black flanell shirt tied around my waist. Doc Martens was a must and those round, John Lennon type sunglasses... Bomber jackets was a big thing too. ✌️
I was definitely the dude that was like 5 years behing the trends. still am really lol. def rocked half of these things in the day. they were always hammy downs from friends though cause we was def too poor for that shit. I still think 20 dollar jeans are too expensive lol.
I'm trying to do a 90s look for Halloween but this is the only video that gave me a few ideas. I was thinking about mom jeans or overalls with a baggy sweatshirt a SnapBack and the round glasses. Any other ideas?
Born in 75. Graduated HS early 90s. Nothing new under the sun. All trends recycle eventually....some I have seen recycle two or three times. Course when your young you think it’s the latest thing not realizing decades before you were born someone else wore it. They forgot a lot in this video, but then it’d be a hour long.
😂 Jnco’s! I was fine with Levi 565’s. And I had an ‘89 S-10 Blazer that I fit 9 people into on the ride to school.
😂 Frosted tips. I watched a friend just bleach his entire head over a botched attempt.
The 10 hole hard leather Docs I miss.
😁 Still got the cargo pants and shorts. Smokes, keys, phone, wallet, beers, and beers, etc. They were useful.
Ok, for the people who are saying they remember this but were born in the 2000s....shut the fuck up the 90s have nothing to do with you stick to your own shit like iphones and hover boards yous dont have the cool nostalgia so stop trying to act like yous remember it coming out just because you have heard of it being a trend back then doesnt mean you were a part of it
7:04 The Jamaican girl is apparently unaware that there are different islands in the world and that maybe, just maybe, they happen to have small white shells with holes in the middle of em. And maybe they decided to name the shells “Puka” shells because “Puka” means hole in their language. But hey, I’m not from Jamaica so I wouldn’t know.
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