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Before “Suit & Tie,” he and bandmates Lance Bass, Chris Kirkpatrick, JC Chasez and Joey Fatone (seen here in 1998) were all about a different type of formalwear, comprised of long denim, leather or cheetah-print blazers and bare chests in place of a tie.
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The may have made fascinators a thing, but in 2000, Chasez, Timberlake and Kirkpatrick were bringing headpieces such as cowboy hats, bandanas and paisley toppers to the red carpet. Yes, what we’re saying is that ‘NSYNC is American royalty.
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Why this red two-piece (circa 2003) didn’t make an appearance in “D— in a Box,” we’ll never understand.
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You know that while Fatone was picking out this shirt in 2000, he was humming to himself, It’s gonna be mesh!
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Because sometimes mesh sleeves don’t show quite enough of your jacked biceps, there are always sweater vests like this 1999 artifact.
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How do you steal the thunder from your wife and her mega-carat engagement ring? By getting this blinging bad boy from 1999 out of your jewelry box and wearing it to the awards show, Justin Randall Timberlake.