By now, you’ve probably heard that the 80-s are here, and that’s a great thing.
But they’re not the only decade of our lives to have their share of fashion-forward fashion trends.
Here’s our look at the 80’s that were worth celebrating and taking to the streets, as well as a few of the trends that we feel should be avoided in favor of the 90s.1.
The 80s: We were all living in itThe 80s are still with us, but there are a few trends that deserve their own category.
The 90s had a resurgence in the early 2000s, but it was the decade of the first-wave feminism.
The rise of the internet meant that there was a whole new way of looking at things, and the fashion trends of the time were about the new way.
It was a time of high fashion and the new looks.
In fact, there are even some very specific things that made the 80, 90, and even the 100-series trends cool, as these were trends that were going to be popular long after their heyday was over.
In the 90’s, a certain kind of cool was seen in the kind of clothes that were being worn, and those trends were reflected in the designs.
If you wanted to get a certain look with a certain style, you could go for something like the black dress, the black pants, the neon pink top, or the bright neon orange top.
It could even be retro, which was cool, because you didn’t need a lot of gear to look cool.
But even in the 90-s, there was still something cool about the style of clothing.
For example, there were all kinds of new types of dresses, like the sexy-t-shirt dress, and there were some of the more traditional dress styles, like dresses with lace trim.
These were the kinds of clothes I loved and I wanted to wear myself, because I always felt like I could be pretty and pretty and stylish in a dress.
This trend was really interesting, because it was not the new trend that people thought it was, and it was a really fun time to be a fashion-conscious teenager.
It gave me a chance to experiment with new styles.
I was able to wear my own clothes that I liked.2.
The ’80s were a little less trendy than the ’90sWe’re going to keep it simple here, because we’re going with the trend of the 80.
The trend that really made the 90 was the shift in fashion-focused clothing to a more aesthetic, minimalist look.
This shift was partly driven by technology and partly by the rise of fashion bloggers.
In an era where fashion was dominated by high-end brands and brands with names like Burberry, Hermes, and Prada, bloggers could start to get more creative with their clothes.
They could make a statement with a new, fun look, or they could even go retro, with a bold, high-tech, and/or futuristic look.
These trends were also a big influence on the style in the ’80.
For some reason, this trend was kind of embraced by the fashion world.
If I had a choice between buying a pair of clothes with the word “fashion” printed on them, or buying a vintage jacket from a designer who was obsessed with the style, I would choose the latter.3.
The 60s were the heyday of ’70s, ’80 ’90 ’00s styleThe 70s were definitely a great time to dress like a hippie.
The hippie movement was all over the country, and hippies were everywhere, especially in the music scene.
They had a lot to do with this.
There was an intense period of experimentation with clothes and accessories, which were just so cool.
I remember going to the local thrift store and buying my first pair of jeans in the 70s.
I thought, I can make this into a fashion statement, and I was definitely inspired by this trend.
But there was also a great deal of style-consciousness in the 60s, as fashion-minded people were getting more and more into things like vinyl records, leather shoes, and neon pants.
You can even see this in the style-based makeup trend of years like the 70’s, which also featured neon, leather, and vinyl, all in a very different way.
This was a big shift in style that was still in its early days, and you could even see it in the fashion of the late 80s, when the trend for makeup and hair was more in line with fashion trends than the trends of yesteryear.
It’s also important to note that these trends were all very retro and vintage.
The 70s didn’t have much of a pop culture impact, but the 80 was the year when everything changed.
People were looking to the 60’s for a lot more than the