If ever you needed proof that the 90s were one of the weirdest decades in recent history, you could look no further than the fashion choices we each made during our teen years.
Whether it was spiked hair with frosted tips for guys, overalls and platform shoes for the ladies, or wallets with chains literally everywhere on everybody, basically if you weren't going out of your way to look like a character in one of the many, MANY teen dramas and comedies in theaters, you weren't doing it right.
No clothing company embodied the age quite like JNCO Jeans, a company that made their name off of one, simple concept: "What if bell bottom jeans were even MORE ridiculous? Like, parachute pants ridiculous?"
Their massively baggy jeans were one of the hottest items of the 90s, appearing in middle and high schools nationwide. However, much like chunky highlights, hair scrunchies and plastic choker necklaces, the trend didn't outlast the decade, and people seemed to forget about them entirely.
Despite some attempts to revive the brand in our increasingly 90s-obsessed modern day, it looks like the writing's on the wall for JNCO Jeans: they've filed for bankruptcy.