Clothes of the Eighties, Eva Joia
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Sex: female
Type of clothing: sweaters, shirts
When it was popular: 86-88
Description: These clothes were meant for young girls from about 8 to 14. The giveaway on these clothes was the smart and chic looking kitty-cat on the clothing. The clothes were usually pink and black. I myself owned a faux-satin black sweatshirt when I was 11 and even added on some fake pink rhinestones to attain that total 80s look.
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JEN - June 18, 2009 - Report this comment For games, news and books
Meeka - December 08, 2010 - Report this comment
I looooooved my Eva Joia sweatshirt!!! I had it in 7th/8th grade... (giving my age away). I loved ANYTHING girlish so this sweatshirt was my absolute FAV!!! I miss it!! Wish I still had it!! I would rock it to this day...
Susan Carlson - June 02, 2012 - Report this comment
I bought an Eva Joia two piece outfit in 1986 for my oldest daughter, who was seven (born in 1979)at the time. It was a with long-sleeved sweatshirt-style top in blue plaid on white print with a tiny pink heart at the intersections. It came with a matching six gore skirt with a blue overlaping rib waistband. How do I remember a 26 year old outfit so well? All of my girls wore it and it is still in good enough shape that my nine year old daughter wore it today!
Bobin - October 16, 2014 - Report this comment
I was 11-13 during that time and wanted the clothes so bad although my mom thought they looked goofy. Some people said they looked like pajamas. I finally got an outfit in the 6th grade. It was of that shiny woven material lined with fleece, like a sweat shirt and pants set. The top was that dark pink and the pants were a vibrant blue, or were the colors the other way around. The top had the cat logo, just a little white cat head with the bow in the upper left. That was very important to me to have that logo somewhere in sight and that it said Eva Joia. I cannot find the outfit anywhere. Sometimes I wonder if I got a knockoff. Often if my mother caved in on tan expensive fad the first and sometimes only product would be a knoxkoff version.

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