Here we are again, some of the best, and craziest crap from humanities history came out of the 1980's, a decade filled with neon, re-enforced shoulders, hair, and individuality, and we can take a long, hard, look at it again, my first exclusively 80's post, FLASHBACK: 1980's Academic Consumerism Synopsis post was a big hit, and like Back to the Future, part 2 will be the most iconic!
Thanks to this wicked article from Mashable, here is a series of photos provided by photographer Michael Galinsky and RUMUR.
Sit back, relax, get a can of Tab and some Tato Skins, click on the era appropriate tunes and bask in the glory of 80's shopping malls!
What a great assortment of colors and patterns, most of which can be found in my closet today.
Does this picture remind anyone of the SNL skit of Chris Farley, Adam Sandler, and David Spade as mall girls in the food court?
Is this Wards, Sears, or another store?
When will my watch repair be finished?
So many dress code violations by today's rules. (not to mention Herman's World of Sporting Goods)
When you see it?
Billy Idol called...
Is he on a phone... time travel...possible, or its just a calculator?
This should be in a museum, it stands for so much what Sears once stood for.
The cup is as big as him, but at least medium sized meant medium sized.
Thank you everyone for reading and I hope you enjoyed this flashback into the 80's, I hope you liked it, based on how your opinion of the decade was whether or not you lived through it, any what it may or may not have meant to you.
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