1. NO, NO, NO
In 1998, the group, which then consisted of Beyonce, Kelly Rowland, LeToya Luckett and Latavia Roberson, rocked these shiny numbers at the Soul Train Awards. Here we are at the 1998 Soul Train Awards. We actually remember when this stuff was in style. We could let that us bum us out, but instead we'll just sing along to the group's first single, "No, No, No." Let us hear you say it!
2. Supporting Their Friend Maxwell. Does Anybody Remember Maxwell?
We do! And we was freaking sexy. And we're sure we thought the same thing about the outfits Destiny's Child wore to the launch of his Now album in 1998.
3. PURPLE PEOPLE EATERS
Destiny's Child was back at the Soul Train Awards in 1999. We think the dyed prom shoes are even worse than the clothes.
4. Not Red Hot
Friends don't let friends wear red sequin bras and bell-bottoms alone. This is another trip to...you guessed it...the Soul Train Awards, in 2000.
5. SEXIEST BIKER GANG EVER...
In 2000, Destiny's Child became a trio with new member Michelle Williams. Nobody was messing with them at the VMAs this night they wore these numbers! And nobody was messing with them on the charts, either; 2000 was the year Destiny's Child began recording Survivor, which spawned three top-three singles: "Independent Women Part 1," "Survivor" and "Bootylicious."
6. ...AND THE SEXIEST CANDY STRIPERS EVER
The girls rocked a softer look at the Billboard Music Awards in 2000. They won Artist of the Year and Duo or Group of the Year. Sweet.
What else can you say about this pic? Really? Bam! This is just fabulous, we have no complaints. Well, maybe the boots. But that's why fashion is so fun, isn't it? We get to look back and go, "What were we thinking with the boots?!"
8. NAVAJO CHIC
We remember when this was a good look, too. And really, compared to some of their other get-ups, these aren't so bad. The group took home prizes at the American Music Awards in 2002.
9. Destiny Fulfilled
After a short hiatus, Destiny's Child reunited to record their last studio album, "Destiny Fulfilled."