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  • Lexa Vonn

    These need to come back! 80s shoe laces

  • Heather Cox

    Childhood Memories •~• printed shoelaces

  • Amy Arndt

    Fancy Shoe Laces (I had Smurfs and Strawberry Shortcake ones)

  • Dina Appel

    Shoe laces! Hahaha...I remember what a big deal these were

  • Susan

    80 s shoe laces

  • Robin Cromartie

    80s shoelaces - oooh I LOVED LOVED LOVED having cute, patterned shoe laces. The more, the better! Watermelons, hearts, unicorns...anything you could think of.

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

.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

Strawberry Shortcake. I had many of the Strawberry Shortcake dolls growing up! Also had the Trolley,Gazebo, Bicycle and Carry Case shaped like a strawberry! My bedroom was completely decked out in strawberry shortcake as well!

80s Strawberry Shortcake thermos. I had this exact one in kindergarten, and the lunchbox to go with it.

I had a thousand pairs!!! I remember the "big" ones in my closet that were for me to "grow into" that I'd always take out and try on. :)

Nestle Quik - I remember these metal containers from the 80s!!

I still have this doll! Strawberry kiss. And you can still lightly smell her berry kisses after all this time. (-:

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!)

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..

A good ole showing of 80 items from the 80's. Inicidentally, I did have these jelly shoes in white. I wore them to Geauga Lake for the day and never wore them again. They ate the life out of my feet and left me with bleeding blisters.