Something strange transpired in the 70s: people grew paper airplane wings on their collars and somehow nobody seemed to mind.
These groovy cuts were called disco shirts and soon started sprouting out from under vests and even sports jackets around the time Tom Jones and Elton John ruled the music scene. It seems that this lapel trend will never not pop up on the collars regardless of the decade.
Known as the fashion symbol for the hippies, these pants surprisingly originated from Navy uniforms. They were then famously worn by folks like Sonny and Cher and even Elvis Presley and became the trademark jeans of the 60s and 70s.
Young boomers loved their bellbottoms, especially when they were paired with beautiful suede or leather boots. That was peak coolness. Nope, you haven't stepped into a time machine, bell bottoms are back. Why people, why?
Let’s be honest, subtlety is not a word in Pamela Anderson’s vocabulary. Like most things on the buxom blonde, Pamela also prefers her hats supersized. Like her other larger features, the centerfold applied the “bigger is better” to her headgear.
The playmate-turned-pop-culture-icon turned to celebrity milliner, hat designer Ivy Supersonic, to create the oversized pink hat she wore to the 1999 VMAs.
Fashion Meets… Activewear?
So sure, activewear is basically all celebrities wear these days — or rather, athleisure wear — the mix between athletic and loungewear. But this outfit is just…well, we're sure you have your own opinions too.
The lingerie corset tucked into some snap-button track pants with fishnet tights underneath… It doesn't strike us as very comfortable at all. It also doesn't look good enough to be uncomfortable.
Outlined Lips Should Be OUT
It's great to stand out, but when it comes to your lip liner...perhaps it's better to blend in. The "stand-out" lip liner trend that doesn't blend well with your lipstick is one we still can't quite understand.
This trend from the 90s really knew no bounds when it came to making women look like creepy dolls. Unless that's the point?