In 1993. the Sears Catalogue was there before online shopping existed. You had a choice of ordering by mail or phone.
Sears would deliver anything right to your doorstep, even a wooden swimming pool!
Color was really celebrated in 1993.
Look at how many choices you had for your jorts!
Although, nothing compares to the classic!
Sometimes, the color was all washed out and that was “in”, too.
Little accents of color was appreciable. Watch out for those Crips!
Not your average, boring socks in 1993!
Members only had their own line of luggage at this moment in time.
Typically, Members Only was known for their jackets, just like this one Corey Feldman is wearing in what must be Lost Boys.
At a garage sale a few days back, I spotted a “VIP Only” jacket. Members versus VIP! What a rivalry.
In 1993, it was trendy to wear biker shorts underneath another pair of shorts. Layers equaled more color!
If this is the Canadian tuxedo…
…this must be the Canadian prom dress.
Too much denim!
This is if you took one of those Jason Voorhees type jumpsuits and made a dress of it.
These were considered classic, down to earth colors back then.
Whoa, you boys are drowning in those things!
I don’t like to think that a woman gave birth on the beach. Sand gets everywhere!
Vertical stripes were everywhere. I hope these do not resurface.
This piece of furniture was to store all your VHSes.
The entertainment center was an outfit that stored VCRs, televisions, gaming consoles, and stereos all in one place.
What a status symbol!
This picture illustrated the newer concept of motion detection lights.
This touchtone pad was another mode of security for the home.
He does not look happy.
Gen X rules!
The perfect outfit for the first day of school.
Thanks, again, to my great friend, Meghan, for sending me these wonderful catalogues!