February 1990. “Cropped jeans are totally tapered for a long, leggy look…sleek!” I’m digging the perfectly balanced proportions here, the skinny jeans with trapeze top.
November 1981. “The shoe — a sparkly skimmer in a kaleidescope of colors — is guaranteed to bring out the dancer in you.”
1988-1989. A sample of looks from a Benetton catalog that fell out of one of my _Seventeen_s. Not sure of which issue, but likely sometime between ‘88-89. To see the whole shebang, check out Benetton: Free Your Mind
January 1992. Rainbow tie-dyed jeans. Dude, you’re killing me! From We*re Going to Dance & Have Some Fun.
June 1990. “A Caribbean culture clash: striped shorts and a hot top tied above the navel.”
June 1988. “Fashions burn bright with smoldering colors and ethnic prints.”
November 1992. “Show some skin — this mix-a-lot look includes a soft, “suede” hat, an unreal leather jacket, a vintage suede skirt.”
September 1992. “Get grounded in leaf greens, bark browns, and rich terra-cotta tones.”
September 1988. “Bright. Bold. As colorful as you are. The new Polaroid Cool Cam. It’s hot. And so are all the instant pictures you’ll take with it.”
August 1988. “Two things a girl should never be without. Someone to hold you. And something to hold your stuff.” ~ Caboodles
November 1989. “Another member of the jet set is a high-waisted dress paired with ethnic effects for a folklore feeling.”
November 1989. “The classic L.B.D. becomes a thoroughly modern minidress when it gets graphic with heavy metal.”
December 1993. “Caught up in a swirl of flirty party frocks, Lulu picks a dress for every room. Maybe she’ll stay up all night… or at least until one.”
May 1988. “A cropped jean jacket in washed-out lavender plays off a delicate little print bikini with a lace-up bustier.”
May 1988. “A beat black motorcycle jacket with cropped sleeves cruises over a pretty polka-dot maillot with ‘kissers’ on the front.”