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Posted by Koereyelle

Happy Friday, Single Wives! For today’s #FashionFriday, we’re flashing back to the 80’s and 90’s.  It’s so ironic that we are bringing back so many ‘old school’ trends.  It seems that fashion is a revolving door, since I’m sure many of you see trends that our mother’s were a part of years ago! Check out the trends that MadameNoire.com says needed to die. Several of the trends they’ve listed seem to making their way back around. What do you think about them? Should they stay or go? Share your opinion in the comments section below.

HI-TOP FADE

No fade was complete unless it was a hi-top. Rapper Kid of all the “House Party” movies was known for his signature fade along with all the other guys from around the way.

SCRUNCHIES

The ultimate hair accessory was the scrunchy in the ’90s. No matter what you wore or where you were going there was a scrunchy to match with different colors, prints and fabrics.

BABY HAIR

Baby hair became very popular in the ’90s. There were so many women — and even guys — that would gel down their edges, but some people took it overboard. People were walking around with swirled edges, dried gel edges, extended hairlines that included long pieces of hair not just the “baby hair.” Too many grown people were walking around with “baby hair.”

OVERALLS

A fashion staple of the ’90s were the oversized overalls in denim and any other material or color. The boyish sex appeal that every woman embodied during this time included at least one pair of overalls.

BACKWARDS CLOTHES

Kriss Kross single handedly made wearing your clothes backwards the thing to do. They had guys and girls rocking everything backwards from head to toe. As much as we loved these guys this was one fashion trend that we didn’t need.

For the complete list of trends, read the entire blog HERE.

 

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