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Timberland Boots Image via Getty/Tom Williams There was nothing fresher than a new pair of 6-inch wheats, and you were really a pro if you cleaned them with your pencil eraser.

Plus, I was short so I thought these just made me look so much older. More in Your Life. I remember begging my mom for Moonshoes! Wednesday, February 8, by Jessica Booth.

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Timberland Boots Image via Getty/Tom Williams There was nothing fresher than a new pair of 6-inch wheats, and you were really a pro if you cleaned them with your pencil eraser.
Feb 08,  · ps, jellies were big earlier than the 90s, but reared again mid 90s, then disappeared until a few years ago, and now theyre still cool. and great to wear in the rain! Chrissy New rock boots.
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She replied several times on twitter, DM's, Instagram and even talked about me on the radio! The most important thing to me is that she knows I love her and support her and she told me she loves me. I basically know all her outfits by heart lolz. Even major athletes had these things on. And they came in tons of crazy colors and patterns.

Admit it, you kind of miss them. Mary Janes are obviously still around, but they really enjoyed a huge moment back then. Flowers appeared on them when they were in the sunlight! They were really girly and fun, and kind of the coolest sneakers ever.

What did we miss? What was your favorite shoe trend? Tell us in the comments! I can see this world will never change unless people light up their brains and speak up.

Does any body have any idea what these were called?? I used to have a pair of silver ones! And my friend had blue! All I can find is these black ones! I know there sketchers? I had a bunch of jellies and wore them everywhere despite the fact that they gave me horrible blisters. Wow… heelies were so hard to use for me, jellies were comfy, platforms are so high, and doc martins?

I remember begging my mom for Moonshoes! But she would never let me have them! I had the Heelys and the Jellies, which I find hideous now. I hate the new styles! My sister had a ton of them!!! I had a Cute little pink pair wore them everywhere.

I got a pair in , and I still wear them.. I actually wore them to school 2 days ago.. And oh, the smell when you took them off! I shudder to think of it. Zodiac was where it was at. Heelys were invented in and patented in Gurl 6 outdated relationship phrases you don't need.

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