In the back of your closet sits a neatly folded pile of bootcut, wide leg jeans you haven't touched in more than 10 years. They are waiting for that one day when finally, the cyclical nature of fashion deems them acceptable in public. Sure, you could've sold them on eBay to some nostalgic hipster in Seattle, or you could've donated them to a thrift store ages ago, but you just can't bear to let them go, you'd feel like it'd be like losing a part of yourself.