In 1992, adding one’s own personal touches to otherwise plain clothing was at an all time high. Doo dads dangling from the wardrobe was trending and books like Creative Touches: How to Add Flair to Ready to Wear was there to help with ideas.
This gal puts together a look that makes her look like decorated military personnel.
This look called for excessive fabric as did so many in these days. The curtains/drapes look was acceptable. Looking like you were a piece of furniture covered up in a house that had been closed up for a decade was something many ladies went for.
This is the girl that the tooth fairy brought Barbie’s Dream House to for losing a tooth.
I don’t understand why these pants have elastic at the hems. Do his ankles swell and sometimes need breathing room?
People used to love to replace their laces with frilly bows, which was something I thought was very pretty and could make a welcome comeback.
Pleats were seen on almost every pants/shorts that was not denim.
Sunflowers were in their heyday during the 90s. Celebrities like Drew Barrymore used to wear them on the red carpet.
The first kids from school to move into a gated community.
What you wore when they invited you over.
Even though she wants to show off this fancy outfit, she should still be wearing a life jacket.
Just when we were about over panneling our entire homes with wood, we moved onto our vehicles.
“Angel in the Centerfold”
Her face froze this way.
The cardigan, in one of its many forms, as it shifts in and out of fashion.