The '90s would be nothing without hats with oversized sunflowers on them. And your big brother's Bulls T-shirt? First day of school material, for sure.
Walking into the first day of school with those big ass bows in your hair, you just knew you were gonna make all the boys swoon. Now, you wish you could burn the pics.
While jumpsuits have made a comeback in recent years, certain ones need to stay in the past where they belong. Especially neon green ones.
If you had a T-shirt growing up with your favorite movie character on it, you wore that s**t with pride. And if you're a millennial, you probably still do.
Remember simpler times when your mom would sew you a printed dress for the first day of school? Never mind that it was completely hideous.
Overalls? More like over-somes. Get it? Because they only cover some of your body.
Step 1: Gather your crew.
Step 2: Hand out identical Pokémon shirts.
Step 3: Wear them to school.
Step 4: Get every girl's number.
The only thing cooler than wearing a choker to school was getting straight As. Just kidding... It was wearing chokers.
Mullets. That's all we're gonna say.
Move over printed dresses; printed shoes are here and they're ready to eff s**t up. BYE.
Is it really that surprising that a little girl who grew up wearing spandex to school would spend that majority of her adult years in yoga pants? Never actually doing yoga, mind you.
Was there some strange drug we all took in the '80s where we thought ugly sweaters were cool? Follow up question: Where can I get some of that drug?
Fanny packs: Possibly the coolest thing you could wear and simultaneously the most embarrassing thing that your dad could wear.
While all those other losers were walking into school on their first day with boring paper bags, you walked in in style. It's amazing what a plastic box did for your self-esteem in the '90s.
The #1 thing you needed on your first day of school? Total and complete swag.