What did twinks wear in the 90s
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An Unsightly Mess: Men’s Shorts in the 1970s
Debbie Gibson may not have invented the whale-spout ponytail, but she made nearly every young girl reach for a scrunchie and tie one on. The modern-day update? A looser version for maintaining volume as you sleep. We often wonder whether the inventor of the crimper—a clamp-down device that gave you the dried-out texture of a crinkle-cut French fry—was just fucking with us all. Like, to see if we'd actually buy into looking like we'd stuck our fingers into a socket.
Baggy, below the knees, and almost always with some sort of cargo-pocket situation. Frank: The thinking behind these is that they're not as boring as khaki shorts and you can still wear them with pretty much any shirt, assuming you bought a pair with enough different colors in the plaid pattern. Charles: It doesn't matter if the blue in your plaid shorts matches the blue in your polo shirt. The shorts are still ugly.