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90s party?

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got invited to a 90s themed party
to be honest. I stink at this type of thing. I want to dress the part but am having idea issues
my only thought is to get a t-shirt from a 90s band that I like (or maybe one that I saw)
jeans and a pair of Chucks

any other ideas? it would be nice if I could wear the clothes later :)

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Google what to wear to a 90s party.....There area a zillion pages and choices.

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springparrot wrote:Google what to wear to a 90s party.....There area a zillion pages and choices.
thanks!!

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Being in the near Northwest..........why not go Kurt Cobain look-a-like. (how do you look in flannel Wayne?)
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An 1890s Party? Awesome!
I assume the 1890s, because the 1990s were like .... yesterday.
Me? I'd show up in 1890s style with a handlebar mustache
and feign amazement that anyone else was nostalgic about a 1990s decade less than 14 years over.
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Wikipedia: The 1890s were sometimes referred to the "Gay Nineties",
under the then-current usage of the word "gay" which referred simply to merriment and frivolity.


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pants...

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Jesus my kids were in HS in the '90s.

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LiveandletLiver wrote:Jesus my kids were in HS in the '90s.
I was going to my 1st Buffett show in the 90's ( 1992 to be exact )

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>>> I'd ... feign amazement that anyone else was nostalgic about a 1990s decade less than 14 years over.

Right?

Also, did the 90s have any distinctive style?
You only have two options - havin' fun or freakin' out...

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lime rickie wrote:Also, did the 90s have any distinctive style?
Lots of flannel, especially in the early part of the decade.

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Dr.Corona wrote:Being in the near Northwest..........why not go Kurt Cobain look-a-like. (how do you look in flannel Wayne?)
hmm it will be in August so it might be warm but that may be what I do

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RinglingRingling wrote:pants...

I could go all Braveheart on them

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lime rickie wrote:>>> I'd ... feign amazement that anyone else was nostalgic about a 1990s decade less than 14 years over.

Right?

Also, did the 90s have any distinctive style?
I am just a guest at a birthday party. going to have some fun :D























and maybe score some brownie points 8) 8) 8) :pirate:

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ragtopW wrote:
RinglingRingling wrote:pants...

I could go all Braveheart on them
Be sure to post those pics in the photo op thread. :lol:
You only have two options - havin' fun or freakin' out...

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Dress up like Axel Rose.

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lime rickie wrote:>>> I'd ... feign amazement that anyone else was nostalgic about a 1990s decade less than 14 years over.

Right?

Also, did the 90s have any distinctive style?
The Grunge look!!!... was the 90's wasn't it!!!

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From what I remember.... 90s..... Consisted of a lot of jeans mostly black. Usually a black t-shirt usually GNR, Metallica, Megadeth, or Iron Maiden. And a Flannel shirt with a pack of Marlboro's in the pocket.
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Cause if I ever did I don't remember it.

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surfpirate wrote:An 1890s Party? Awesome!
I assume the 1890s, because the 1990s were like .... yesterday.
Me? I'd show up in 1890s style with a handlebar mustache
and feign amazement that anyone else was nostalgic about a 1990s decade less than 14 years over.
8)
Brilliant. I once attended a "South of the Border" party (dress like someone you would see in Mexico) as a tourist.
Loud shirt stripped pants colorful hat a Bota bag filled with wine a camera around my neck and a bottle of pepto bismal
in my back pocket.
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Re: 90s party?

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lime rickie wrote:I'd ... feign amazement that anyone else was nostalgic about a 1990s decade less than 14 years over.
This show began airing on MTV in 1989. Odd that there would be a show called "Classic MTV" when the channel wasn't even 10 years old yet.



There was also the short lived That 80's Show that started airing in 2002 though I'd blame it's failure on poor writing (as well as acting) rather than trying to cash in on nostalgia too soon.


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Re: 90s party?

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:D thinking of the Weightlifter pants with a Maui and Sons , Ocean Pacific or a Lightning Bolt t-shirt
some Converse high tops and I should be good


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