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14 questionable accessories all Irish girls wore in the 90s

Guilty as charged.

OH, TO BRING back the fashion of our youth.


1. Remember these?


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2. These tattoo chokers?

They’re coming back, but not as naff as we remember.

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3. Rice necklaces

These would usually come back with you from holidays and cement you as the coolest kid in the class.

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HOW did they get your name on there?

- everyone, thinking how cool you are.

4. Charity bands

Remember when every charity hopped on the bandwagon and you could barely fill your 12-year-old wrist? Beautiful.

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5. Karma bracelets

Or power beads. These supposedly had healing powers or some shite, so we lined our arms with them.

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6. Mood rings

What mood are you today? Oh, still green.

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7. Yin Yang accessories

Why? Who knows, or cares?

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8. Toe rings

Can you not?

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9. Light up rings

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10. Stick on earrings

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OK so you probably only wore these when you were REALLY young, but remember how pretty you thought you were?

11. Best friend necklaces

Usually bought in Argos for your BFFs birthday and worn around the school with pride.

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12. Bubble watches

These were ALL the rage, but what cartoon did you have in yours?

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13.Daisy chain bracelets

Just because.

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14. And finally, slap bracelets

These were so ugly, but so were most of the things on this list.

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