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  • Kristy Neville

    used to have these pinned to my jean jacket #80s #memories

  • Billie Stacy-Kimmell

    frienship beads 1980 | 1980s Friendship Pins on Like Totally 80s

  • Laura Habel

    Childhood Memory Keeper: Retro Pop Culture from the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s: 1980's Friendship Pins and Bracelets

  • Holly Wilson

    Friendship pins-- Before there was friendship bracelets

  • Jenna Taylor

    Friendship Pins! A trip down memory lane. (I used to wear these on my shoes and on my jacket.)

  • Jaime Kuhn

    Friendship Pins!!! I LOVED making these for all of my friends!!! I'm quite sure my mom spent a small fortune on safety pins & those tiny, little beads!!! <3

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LOVED this did my hair stylist. She (and other girls in the shop) couldn't believe this was the shampoo (with matching conditioner) I used. It kept my fine, flyaway hair from being frizzy without weighing it down...and it made your hair really SHINE! Salon gals couldn't believe it because this shampoo was considered "cheap."

.the great 50's ~~ I had to wear them as a kid in the 60's. not because they were in style any more, but because they were "corrective shoes" for flat feet! ~~GG

If you're shoes were to be even remotely cool, they had to have printed shoelaces in the 80's

My mum had a pair of shoes very similar to this - I wanted them so bad....WTF was I thinking?

I had these in the mid 80s..but not in high tops.. but in pink! Loved these shoes! wish they still made them in pink..

I would change my shoelaces out EVERY night to match my outfit for the next day!! :)

All the cute bosy wore these (but I grew up in New England so that may have had something to do with it) ;)

Friendship pins. Remember these from the 80s? The more you had, the more friends you had...

I know I have posted many variations of these friendship pins, but this one really takes me back to the hours I spent making them as a kid.

I remember making these for girl scouts and trading them at a girl scout swap.

I'm ready for leg warmers to make their way back as a staple to every girl and woman's wardrobe. Who's with me?