Justin Timberlake’s 8 Worst Style Moments (The Cornrows, The Denim, The Blonde ‘Fro… Looks Only A Fan Could Love)

Justin Timberlake has made some unforgettable fashion faux pas since he burst onto the pop scene in *NSYNC back in the late '90s. And trust us, he knows. In an interview with Details Magazine, he laments some of his awful style choices, including his infatuation with frosted tips, and matching denim with his old girl, Britney Spears:

"There were many moments in my teenage years where I succumbed to, um, the weirdness of the group I was in. And in trying to conform—we're marionettes!— I ended up looking like a moron."

There there, Justin. I guess we won't be seeing a reunion tour any time soon. As an avid *NSYNC fan in my teen days (you can tell by my usage of the asterisk and not the usual apostrophe in front of the name), I defended every choice. Those blonde cornrows didn't cloud my love. But let's take a moment to remember the not-so-GQ JT, and thank the heavens that he finally got it right.

Check out 8 of Justin's worst style moments. 


We have to start from the beginning. Justin rocked the curly fro way before his *NSYNC days. Here he is breaking's Jodeci's "Cry For You" in baggy pants on the Mickey Mouse Club.


Someone likened JT's platinum curls to a package of Ramen Noodles. No good can come of that.


 The bright shiny suit was a '90s fashion misstep no man was safe from. And Justin fell right into it.


Justin's cornrows only seemed to work for fans. He could finally be considered urban! High-five? No? Moving on...


JT and company were modern day Pinocchios in their "Bye, Bye, Bye" video. But who wants to be dangling on a string? I know he wants to erase this one from his memory.


I was so mad at Britney dating Justin back in the day, when I should have really been mad at these matching denim getups.


I have no words for this one... other than this poster was hanging on my bedroom wall.


"Nasty" boy in tie-dyed everything. The skulls make it manly... Yeah, not quite. The poor boo.

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