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8 Shoes From the '90s That Will Make You Scream, "OMG, Remember?!"

In the '90s, it was the shoe that made the outfit. Back then, platforms were no joke, and you couldn't very well wear your snap-button track pants without your Skechers sneakers. The Spice Girls weren't the only ones who knew what was up - you did too! From jelly shoes to those Steve Madden stretch slip-ons that flopped around while you walked (but took your denim halter dress to the next level), we're looking back on some of the best footwear we ever did try.
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