These 80s neon confetti tights are so classic it's a little surprising they even exist. They look like a wardrobe reject from Saved by the Bell or (as Craftastrophe points out) Kimmy from Full House.
Neon confetti tights aren't meant to be worn in public, no matter how sarcastic the statement you're trying to make. These may come in handy for Halloween, but we better not see them after November 1st.
Implications - Consumers are intrigued by retro fashion apparel because they harken back to days when these consumers were young or wished they were a part of. Corporations that are able to produce nostalgia-inducing products have the potential to generate lots of revenue because consumer demand for decade specific items are at an all-time high since they're trying to recapture their youth.
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