The Best And The Worst Of 80s Fashion For Men
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The ’80s was a decade of bold styles, neon colors and bad haircuts. If it weren’t for the 80s none of the flamboyant trends of today would be popular. With heavily influenced disco style fashion of the 70s wearing off a more personal style that involved all the colors of the rainbow took over, allowing men to express their individuality and creativity anyway they want to.
Suits in white, pastel, or bright colors with loafers or boat shoes. Pushed-up sleeves and open jackets with single color t-shirts. Colored ‘parachute’ pants. Polo shirts with the collars turned up with Argyle sweaters tied loosely around the neck. Converse All-Stars sneakers in every possible color. Ray Ban sunglasses worn day and night. Fanny packs.
In case you don’t remember any of these this might be the best time to get reminded of the best and worst 80s fashion for men.
Flamboyant Parachute Pants And Track Suits
Converse All-Stars Sneakers
Miami Vice Style Suits
Remember those oversized, boxy suits that goes with baggy pants? Suits in white, pastel, or bright colors with loafers or boat shoes, minus sock were ever so popular back in 80s thanks to Don Johnson and Miami Vice.