Glo's latest obsession: Awesome '80s finds
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1980s Hair Band1 of 10
No retro gal worth her salt would be caught without a scrunchie—either decorating her hair or wrist—and you can still buy the real thing. This zebra-print number (picked by our beloved Facebook friends) feels perfectly Punky Brewster.
SHOP NOW: Zoe Zebra Scrunchie, $4
The Art of the Matter2 of 10
Bring a little fine art into your space with this print, reminiscent of Patrick Nagel's iconic fashion illustrations from the '80s. (Nagel designed Duran Duran's Rio cover.) Created by artist Manuel Rebollo, the piece will add some graphic drama to your blank wall.
SHOP NOW: Manuel Rebollo Gold, from $30
Radical Beauty3 of 10
The company that helped dye many a Mohawk purple now has a makeup kit that pays tribute to the '80s. With Hot Hot Pink lipstick, Purple Rain eye shadow and more, there's everything you need for creating that Siouxsie Sioux look.
SHOP NOW: Manic Panic Sooo '80s Total Look Kit, $25
Join the Club4 of 10
Nothing says retro style quite like Members Only. Lightweight and windproof, these versatile jackets are made for early fall weather. With its elastic waist and epaulet-trimmed shoulders, the Nylon Vintage Racer exemplifies the brand's iconic '80s look. Membership has its rewards.
SHOP NOW: Nylon Vintage Racer, $88
Backup Plan5 of 10
Remember when computers were bulky and disks were floppy? These nerdy-chic coasters are modeled after the late '80s tech necessity, when flash drives were but a twinkle in IBM's eye. Bring the coasters out when you're having a drink with friends and reminiscing about those bygone days before the Internet, iPads and social media. Cheers.
SHOP NOW: Nice Save coaster set, $12
Look Who's Talking6 of 10
Keith Haring, one of the most iconic American artists of the twentieth century, has joined the latest celeb craze of creating accessories for Apple products. With his Radiant Baby iPhone case (chosen by our hip Facebook friends), '80s street art meets modern technology. Wiggle, wiggle, yeah.
SHOP NOW: Baby Pattern iPhone 4/4S Case, $35
Time After Time7 of 10
If your first watch ever was a Swatch, then you'll appreciate this vibrant timepiece with a plastic band that recalls the '80s craze. With its graphic face and wallet-friendly price, it's an easy way to add a pop of color to your everyday look.
SHOP NOW: May28th two-tone watch, $40
Rainbow Bright8 of 10
If you lived through '80s trends the first time around, the term "jellies" has a meaning for you that goes beyond breakfast spread. The colorful see-through shoes were all the rage for Valley girls both real and aspirational. These Scünci ponytail holders embody the see-through cool of the popular sandals and come in a range of bold, retro colors, perfect for pulling your hair into a supercool side pony.
SHOP NOW: Scünci Evolution No-Slip Grip Gel elastics, $3 for 28
Super Pack9 of 10
Perhaps because of their unfortunate name or their association with middle-age American tourists, fanny packs have gotten a bum rap (no pun intended). But we're on a campaign to revamp the waist-purse's image. This sporty neon version proudly embraces its '80s past—and lets you practice your running man hands-free.
SHOP NOW: The Ski Junky Fanny Pack, $25
Kickin' It10 of 10
Proof that trends come and go, and then come back again, Supra's high-top sneaks are all the rage this season. (Fans include Heidi Klum and Jennifer Lopez.) If you're feeling nostalgic for the '80s, this hot pink pair will take you back. Like totally.
SHOP NOW: Supra Womens Vaider, $85