’90s Fashion Trends That Should Never Make A Comeback

 

The ’90s brought us some of the silliest fashions ever! Too colorful, too baggy, too crazy! With ’90s style creeping back into the fashion world, we take a look back at 15 fashion trends of the ’90s that just should never be brought back to the mainstream. Take a look at this list and ask yourself “What was I thinking?!”

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  1. says:

    I’ve seen at least six of these “has been” trends worn today. Bandana head band, knee high stockings, body suits, coogi, shoulder pads, solid tee under blazer, I know I’ve seen at least one person with a box fade lol and I just read that they’re bringing back 95′ air maxes

  2. says:

    I think knee-high stockings are attractive, there’s nothing wrong with a t-shirt under a blazer (it’s intended to occupy an area between casual and business-casual), and overalls are extremely useful work clothes for many people.

  3. says:

    TOO LATE THE HIGH TOP FADES ARE ALREADY BACK IN, HAVE YOU SEEN A HIGH SCHOOL BOY LATELY, THEY ALL WERE THEM AROUND HERE

  4. says:

    Well when this was written box Fades were already being worn again… so that should have not been on here there were even guys who rocked it high like Kid.

  5. says:

    You totally forgot stirrup pants… and Day-glo.

  6. says:

    The only ones I wholeheartedly agree on are 8, 9 & 15. Enjoy your boring existence as a wanna-be fashionista

  7. says:

    Are you serious? I was in high school and college in the 90’s and I never thought I’d see the day where men were wearing skinny jeans and capri pants. I won’t even get started on the young ladies wearing tights as pants. Fashion is TERRIBLE in this day and age. I love when I see 90’s throwbacks. Puts a smile on my face.

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