(ikat bag: How To Make Scrunchies) I made some last night to go with some Christmas skirts for Sophia.who knew people still make these? :) I love them for little girls with matching clothes!
Stirrup pants were essential for wearing multiple pairs of slouch socks in the and
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You weren't cool unless you wore three or more colors of slouch socks Bahahahaha! I forgot about slouch socks!
Slouch socks were not just tube socks pushed down. They were made special so that their slouchie perfection might show up your tight-rolled high waisted jeans and Reebok high tops! --- I had Nike mids, but loved slouch socks just the same!
When I was in the fifth grade in Montgomery, Alabama, friendship pins were all the rage. I remember sitting for hours putting little beads on safety pins and then attaching them onto my shoelaces and such.
Patterned Shoelaces – My Saving Grace
Banana clip- my hair never worked well with these. My dream was for my hair to fit perfectly in one. It use to be super-thick.
Caboodles cases - oh yes. every girl HAD to have one.
I forgot about my bottled emotion perfume! I use to wear that all the time
Remember crimping your hair? I still have a crimper and I'd love to see crimped hair come back into style.
Stunning design from Newbreed Girl with the This Is How I Roll print on a black womens tshirt. The graphic shows a retro cassette tape with mix written on it spinning on a pencil. The title of the shirt is written on it in a bright funky font.
Using scrunchies as your favorite statement piece, and owning one in every color and print in existence. Things Only Girls Can Understand
I distinctly remember my amazement at these gadgets- how they were so small yet created an electronic sound. The first in handheld technology! (Essentially a calculator that is a keyboard).
remember when we used to wear these all the time? I had a white pair like these and wore them until the fell apart.
Holly Hobby - I had a canopy bed with a Holly Hobby quilt, dolls, lunchboxes - LOVED Holly Hobbie! Addie now has my doll and lunchbox.