It is said that fashion never really fades and this can be evaluated to be true. Take for instance the shoes with platforms or those with bright colors and the Converse. Do not think that these are new trends in shoe design because they are not. These rocked in the nineties, eighties, seventies and even the sixties, they have been around for a long time.
If you have any of these stashed away somewhere, it’s time to pull them out because they are back in style!!
- These colorful sugar Floaties were to die for. Very spongy and super comfortable, they could indeed get you floating. Well, at least create that feeling!
- The Jelly sandals. Ignore the fact that jelly is capable of melting and bound to get your feet sweaty and wet, these sandals even had heels to make their statement showier.
- If you were wondering what straw is used for besides making mats or biogas, in the nineties, this agricultural byproduct was used to make the Chinese Laundry Flip flop. The straw was used to make the soles of these flip-flops making them unique and sought after.
- The Doc Martens were very comfortable and passed for many occasions quickly becoming a favorite for the teens. However, with frequent use and minimal cleaning, they usually produced a bad odor.
- A big thank you to Steve Madden for this comfy stepper which had a stretch band covering the feet. The sound it made with each step taken made this shoe a statement for the nineties teenage girl.
- The Sanuk Voodoo sandal was that one eye catching product that didn’t deliver to expectations. It was so rich in color, created a squishy impression so full of comfort but for some the experience was not as comfortable.
- Adidas is back! These are so popular these days one would think they are new on the market. In the nineties, these were a must have, so convenient more so in the hot weather.
- The perfect platform sandal complete with a touch of color for any girl to fall in love with it. That was the Rocket Dog Rainbow Flip flop in the nineties.
- This Mudd sandal created the Cinderella glass sandal impression. It was so splendid and got any girl ready for that dance.
- These may not have been as colorful but they were as high as high could get for a shoe. Something a teenage girl would have to beg for just so she stands out of the crowd of her peers and be the envy of them.
- Any lazy dresser would wear these Birkenstock clogs from Monday to Sunday. See how comfortable they look!
- With the sound from their wooden heels, Candie’s shoes were sure to deliver a grand entrance. However, one had to careful take each step or risk landing much more than just their feet.
- Who says sneakers can’t have platforms? The LEI Velcro Platform Sneakers delivered both a little more height and style.
- If you needed a boost in height with some flair, the original sketcher platform sneaker was just the shoe for you. It was popular with many back in the day.
- Available in different colors, this chunky platform loafer was an obsession for many girls. Although not many mothers would let you own more than a pair of these if at all.
- These MIA sandals were such a statement that they have made their way back on the market. Still so chunky with huge spaced treads, they still carry small stones along their way.