dr marten 1460 Remember these Geordie fashion trends from the 1990s

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Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!What were the garments and accessories you wouldn’t be seen without or dead in during the age of Spice Girls, Byker Grove, Newcastle v Liverpool thrillers, Tamagotchis and Take That?Shops like Geordie Jeans, Tammy, C Internacionale and Bay Trading did a roaring trade in the 90s but what were the fashions you were trying to copy?Here are a few to send the memories flooding back.Kickers shoes A staple for schoolchildren in the 90s (including this one!) It was a brand that seemed to shoot to popularity almost overnight and before long you could have the coat, the hat, the bag and even the pencil case as well as the shoes. But who remembers being asked by someone at school what shoes you were wearing, replying “Kickers” for them then to promptly boot you in the leg? Can’t have just been me!If you weren’t a Kickers fan you might have opted for Caterpillar, Pod or Dr Martens instead.The skirt over trousersLisa Scott Lee was a fan of skirt over trousersWhen it came to 90s girls having to choose between a skirt or a pair of trousers to go out in,
dr marten 1460 Remember these Geordie fashion trends from the 1990s
this trend meant they didn’t have to.A favourite of the likes of Steps, Billie Piper, BWitched and S Club 7, this still has to be one of the most bizarre yet arguably practical fashion trends of the 90s. A must have for the indecisive fashionista.Peter Andre joins Ronan Keating, East 17 and BWitched on lineup for the Kubix FestivalAnyone ready to admit to being a fan?The scrunchie Right ladies who used to have hours of fun with a can of mousse a brush and a scrunchie? Denim ones were all the rage for a while before the neon variety took over as lasses wanted to add a blinding splash of colour to their heads.Fruit of the Loom jumpersOne of the jumper brands of the decade along with United Colors of Benetton and Sweater Shop who was partial to the logo that resembled a basket of fruit?Newcastle city centre bar Flares to host a George Michael party weekenderYou might be surprised to learn that Fruit of the Loom is still very much in operation and you can still order sweaters, hoodies and t shiers from its online store.Eclipse jeans A favourite of many a Geordie Jeans customer they were a rather controversial fashion choice for youngsters given that their chief logo was of a guy named Spliffy. Nevertheless he was on many backpockets in the 90s.Sunderland AFCManager Chris Coleman names the player Sunderland should rebuild around next seasonBlack Cats manager Chris Coleman has been hugely impressed by the spirit shown by Academy of Light product George Honeyman this seasonNorthumbria PoliceKnife wielding thieves steal cash during two robberies at North Tyneside shopsA man brandishing a knife entered a convenience store in North Shields before another man, also armed with a blade, entered a store in LongbentonEast CoastLondon’s King’s Cross Station closes for an hour due to a pro Kurdish demonstrationTravel disruption was caused after the major transport hub was forced to close as protesters marched against ISISTheatre RoyalA Geordie debut for a Canadian dance company and the return of the ‘Little Waster’Ballet British Columbia, having risen to the top in Canada, is testing UK waters with its first tour of the countryStocksfieldWoman branded ‘gorilla hand’ by cruel school bully opens up about swelling conditionMolly Cuthbert, from Stocksfield, says her lymphoedema is what makes her different and ‘there’s nothing wrong with being different’Northumbria PoliceKnife wielding thieves steal cash during two robberies at North Tyneside shopsA man brandishing a knife entered a convenience store in North Shields before another man, also armed with a blade,
dr marten 1460 Remember these Geordie fashion trends from the 1990s
entered a store in Longbenton