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  • Sandra Coverstone

    Jelly Shoes - I remember not getting a pair of colored ones and instead got black. Kids at school made fun of me :(

  • Rhea Lana's

    Ok, ladies.....who remembers wearing these in the 80's? #ThrowbackThursday #jellyshoes

  • Niecie Lee

    Jellie Shoes childhood memories !lol

  • Brandi Dado

    80s style Jelly shoes! (the ORIGINAL time they came out)

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I'd forgotten these. The sound they made when they hit the concrete was so COOL! Haha.

80s Converse Boots--Notice the stonewashed jeans, the one shoe up and one rolled down, the mix-matched shoe colors, and the ruffled bobby socks with sneakers. This is TOTALLY how I dressed, back in the 80s. (Only, my stonewashed jeans would have been "tight-rolled"! ~ LOL!)

jelly were considered cool when you had this many and wore them with EVERYTHING! LOL

I used this for the "saddle" on my saddle shoes ... then my father would use it on his work and dress shoes.

I not only wore these as bracelets, i used them to pretend that i had a retainer!!! ha

I had 5 pairs of these when I was little. Pretty much everything on Lauren Conrad's Blog I owned in the 90s-Millenium era