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Description: Tommy clothing is very hip and in style with teens in the 90's
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Roman - December 27, 2007 - Report this comment
I was so happy when I got my first Tommy T-shirt.. :'D
Ciera - January 15, 2008 - Report this comment
i was mad young during this time everyone loved it especially when it went hip-hop
Deb - March 20, 2008 - Report this comment
When my preppy nephew was 16-19 all he wore was Tommy shirts and Tommy jeans and a backwards baseball cap. He smelled from his extensive amount of Tommy cologne and cigarette smoke. I wanted to hate him so bad but I couldn't say a bad thing about him, he was such a nice kid that loved spending time with his family.
DrJew - May 25, 2008 - Report this comment
I hate preppy crap
rachel - April 09, 2009 - Report this comment
tommy was obsession. who cares if it was preppy it was cool as hell.
Leah - October 23, 2009 - Report this comment
I loved Tommy. The overalls, the jeans, the shirt. I had this huge Tommy duffel bag I took everywhere. I even wore the cologne. I bought all my boyfriends the cologne, if I was around a stranger that wore the cologne, I would strike up a conversation with him. I bought my husband a bottle last year and he just laughed!
tiffany - March 24, 2010 - Report this comment
i love tommy h lol i remember when it was the cool thing and everyone had it or wanted it. the first thing i got that was tommy i wore all the time. i still have a few things but they arent as big as they used to be.
FS-AR - July 07, 2010 - Report this comment
remember the american flag Tommy! That was the most popular one.
tori - August 22, 2010 - Report this comment
haha i have a tommy purse backpack, it navy and i still use it sometimes :)
Dean - February 15, 2011 - Report this comment
If Tommy means the Tommy Hilfiger crap of the second half of the 90s, I didn't like it. Talk about a weird label fetish. It was basically poorly designed, cheaply made early 80s-style preppy in colors that were almost as bad as the early 80s preppy pastels. And then with the brand name prominently displayed. I remember a lot of the clothes being in a red-white-yellow color combo, for some reason. Strictly a label-status craze, nothing much to the clothes. It looked a little better worn oversized as hiphop gear, but it was still really worthless from a design standpoint.
90sFemme - March 22, 2011 - Report this comment
I am an 80s baby but I had my child hood and pre teen years in the 90s. Tommy Hilfigher was the best in the 90s!! The only reason I used to wear it was because the comfort they provided and how cool I looked in those Tommy jeans. I used to have alot of Tommy clothes. It used to be considered Urban wear because alot of celebrities in the hip hop and r&b world wore em. You guys remember Aaliyah she was the spokesmodel for Tommy back then. A lot of females started wearing them cuz they saw Aaliyah(R.I.P) wear them. It was popular back then to be unique. So a lot of credit should go to Aalliyah for introducing Tommy Jeans to chicks back then. In the 90s you didn't see one girl that didn't sport the tommy look. Now Tommy Hilfigher is too preppy for me, they have a line of skinny jeans and sweater polo YUCK!! I believe that my world is the 90s cuz most of my friends are just like me, they love 90s music, originality, simple clothes(most of the time)and real people. If we could go back to the 90s one more time. I would have loved to be in high school or college back then. High school cuz I would have been one of the popular kids. I would introduce people to the style and music at that time. College cuz I would have loved to go to all those house parties filled with all that nostalgia all around me in a setting with great people. TOMMY HILFIGHER SHOULD MAKE ANOTHER URBAN WEAR LINE WE SOULD GREATLY APPRECIATE THAT!! EVERYONE THAT THINGS SKINNY JEANS ARE HOT THEY ARE A FAD JUST LIKE BUTTERFLY CLIPS WERE. IT WILL ALL BECOME A THING OF THE PAST.
Rob - August 15, 2011 - Report this comment
But then Hilfiger said he doesn't want black people wearing his clothing and then it went out of style...
Patricia - January 03, 2012 - Report this comment
The first time I noticed Tommy clothes was with the three preppy 17 year old kids that coached my 8 year old's soccer team. They always wore Tommy clothes all the time, and they all had Tommy cologne. They were the hip-hop preps, they also wore backwards baseball caps all the time. They were idols to my son, so he asked for Tommy clothes for his 9th birthday!
Heather - June 28, 2012 - Report this comment
I had a Tommy Hilfiger color block sundress in '98. All my friends begged to borrow it from me because it was so fly.
Bud Fox - April 23, 2015 - Report this comment
I wore Tommy Hilfiger clothes as far back as 1991 when I got two Oxford button downs (one blue, one green) from Bloomingdale's for Christmas from my dad- they were $60 each! I didn't know too many other high school age kids who had them, I just asked for them because I liked the shirts and they were high quality (THEN)- still have them and a few more of the good, early 90's shirts and sweaters. Then within a year or so- mainstream. I believe that there WAS an inferior line of Hilfiger that was sold in less upscale stores (not Lord & Taylor or Bloomingdale's). Also, some of the designs got a little loud and odd for my taste. I did have some interesting shirts- where one side was blue Oxford and the other green, and another that was a button down with wide horizontal blue stripes trimmed in red on a white background.

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