@narfcake The only time I was ever in a Warner Brothers store was 1998, when we were at the Mall of America. I could have easily spent a grand just on Marvin the Martian stuff. They even had Marvin and Mrs. Marvin champagne flutes.
I loved my JNCO’s mostly because they had space for juniors (teen girls) thighs which most jeans in the late 90s refused to think they existed. Then old navy came along and things got better thanks to their inconsistent sizing.
@Kyeh I’m used to them doing hats, and just most athletic gear. I feel like they weren’t as huge in my youth as some other brands, though. And I feel like skidz really only remained trendy through the very early 90s. The maximalism mostly died down when grunge became popular. Zubaz went belly-up in ‘96, after all.
The brands for me overlapped from the 80’s to the 90’s. First and foremost the original Levi’s(501,507 and later on 550’s)not the stone washed the original’s that you naturally distressed yourself from wear and tear. The other is the women’s Reebok Freestyle’s, both the low and the hightops.