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You and your “only one!”
Do trends that still haven’t gone away count?
I think #1 would have to be falling-down pants. Eew.
Black lipstick, checkerboards shaved into the scalp, see-thru blouses, pointy bras, various piercings, very pale lipstick, huge bell bottoms, hair color that God wouldn’t have thought of, huge glasses, tight jeans, boots, mini skirts, low necklines – I’m hoping none of these horrors resurface while my kids are between 10 and 20 – and I hope they don’t come up with something even worse by then, though they probably will.
Do you remember those neon socks? Perhaps they weren’t popular by you but here it was the RAGE even back then I wanted to hurl… actually anything neon disturbs my senses beyond reason YURGH!
Pinned pants, that was a crazy one, I cant remember fighting with my mom when U was younger, that If I didnt have any pins for my pants, I could not go to school. I would look like a nerd and get teased. Some peoples kids.
Parachute pants! Man those were just horrible!
I was going to say the rolled pants, but pinning was just as bad!!!!! That style didn’t look good on anyone.
I had forgotten those pinned at the ankle pants. Man, Jason used to get them so tight you couldn’t get a toothpick in them!! LOL!!!
I really don’t like the baggy pants. Hasn’t that stayed to long to be considered a trend?? Yuck!
I did like bell bottoms though and most of the clothes from the 70’s. EXCEPT those leisure suits that men wore that were fruity pastel colors!!!
Oh, I almost forgot dog collars and chains . . . .
I have to agree with Sue, the folded and then rolled pants, or we would put or socks over them. What were we thinking!!!??? I never used pins.
OMG! LOL! I was going to say tightly rolled pants until I saw all the other comments already! I always laugh at my husband because if he’s wearing boots in the winter he’ll roll his pants and put them inside and he always rolls them ‘that way’ to make them fit. I don’t think he realizes what he’s doing.
I was going to say stonewashed denim and those pants that had pockets in the knees! I had a pair and LOVED them….but dear God I hope I don’t have to wear them again in my lifetime!
T-shirts that change color when you’re hot….my hubby tells a horribly embarrassing story about how his grandmother bought his some shorts made out of that stuff and he wore them in gym class….EXACTLY ONCE….
Oh, and corsets…please….while our culture may be growing more obese let’s not bring on the corsets…I just literally couldn’t bear them…..
I guess the Goth stuff didn’t bother me and still doesn’t….but then again I went through that phase myself…. 😉 I guess I view it as just that…a phase…the trends that really bug me are the same ones that kids and adults wear simultaneously…..blech…
I can’t believe I forgot this one….