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The Best of the Holographic Fashion Trend

       The 1990's and early 2000's were littered with looks that included holographic accessories, or full-on, head-to-toe outfits. The styles were originally worn by those who rocked the skateboarder and grunge fashion in the 1990's, but the trend started as early as the '70s. Leading designers began recreating these previously popular styles during the 2010s in the runway, leading these garments to be mass produced.
       With the influence of hipster fashion becoming more acknowledged by the fashion industry, this trend doesn't appear to be going anywhere soon. 

HERE ARE MY FAVORITE HOLOGRAPHIC ITEMS FROM TODAY:


Dr. Marten Hologram Boots

Dolls Kill Hologram Outfit

Hologram Seashell Clutch

Glittery Silver Lipstick to Match

Hologram Sandals Perfect for Summer

The Greatest Sunglasses Ever Made

Crystals: Possible Inspiration Behind the Trend

The revision of the 90's holographic backpack

Hologram Club Wear

Nothing Compares 2 U -- RIP MCQUEEN

Would you rock the holographic revised trend?

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