Add shoulderpads to any outfit, thanks to the Magic Natural Shoulderpads!

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You know the shoulder-pad trend has taken off when you start to see the pads themselves for sale, ready to be inserted into any outfit you like.

These ones are called ‘Magic Shoulders’ and are £9 at ASOS.com, who’re selling them in camel and black. Are you enjoying the current shoulderpad “craze” (we use that word in its loosest form, obviously) enough to want to have a set on hand so you can add the pad to everything, though, or is this another look you’d rather see consigned to the 80s?

Whatever your thoughts on shoulderpads, it doesn’t look like they’re going anywhere just yet, so be prepared to see a whole lot more of them on your fashion travels.

8 Comments

  • September 8, 2009

    Lauren

    Why must the 80s return? I wasn’t alive for much of it but looking back on photos of anyone from the 80s the fashions were epically bad so why bring them back? Shoulder pads are one of the worst trends. What will we see next? Those hideous fluro tracksuits?

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  • September 8, 2009

    Serinde

    you could probly get detatched pads from a sewing shop + hollywood tape = 1 sex-zay halter neck

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  • September 8, 2009

    Rock Hyrax

    Ugh, I’d forgotten about how shoulder-pads were in almost everything in the 80’s – how you could never be quite sure when you tried it on how a garment would look once you took the stupid things out…

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  • September 8, 2009

    naomi

    magically UGLY shoulders…

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  • September 8, 2009

    Arielle

    I always snipped mine out. I certainly wouldn’t pay to put them in! Blegh.

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  • September 8, 2009

    karah

    The girl in the drawing looks like she’s just shrugging her bony shoulders. What a great way to make a consumer forget what shoulder pads really are..

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  • September 9, 2009

    naomi

    just noticed the word “natural” on the package…hmmm…i’d hate to see the “unnatural” or “exaggerated” style then
    think i’ll stick to my own natural shoulder thanks

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