Paying Tribute To A ’90s Style Icon: Blossom’s OTHER Brother

July 26, 2019 by , featured in Pop Culture
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In case you somehow missed it, ’90s fashion is back, y’all. Scrunchies, crop tops, chokers, and high-waisted jeans are all the rage. At any given moment you can find 83.33% of these styles on Taylor Swift alone. So, let’s pay tribute to a true ’90s style icon. That’s right, we’re talking about Blossom’s other brother.

You know who I’m talking about, right?

No, not Joey. I knew you would try to say Joey. Everyone does. “Ooh, look at me, I’m Joey and I wear shirts and jeans and have long hair.” Is that really iconic to the ’90s, guys? I mean, kinda. In so much as it was iconic to literally every single era that’s ever existed since the invention of the t-shirt and jeans.

I’m talking about the other one.

You know. Blossom’s other brother. The not-Joey one with the cardigans and sweater vests. You know the one. Do you know the one? With the cute and nerdy side part? Blossom’s other brother had real style. Tweed jackets and unbuttoned necklines. What a dreamboat. You remember now, right? No seriously, if you do please tell me because I’m trying really hard to remember his name here. That one with the drugs who gets his act—and closet—straight and goes on to a be a functional (yet dashing) member of society? That one.

I’m giving it all I’ve got here, people. Come on. Plaid shirts. Leather jacket. Blossom’s other brother. Nothing? Screw it. I’ll just Google it.

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