If you have "I Do (Cherish You)" repeating in your head over and over and you have no idea why, it's probably your subconscious reminding you that today, 98 Degrees' new album, 2.0, gets released. In their 90's heydey, Nick, Drew, Jeff, and Justin were way underrated, but I'm here to remind you why they needed more credit then and still do today. The first reason? Their coordinated outfits back then majorly rocked.
Check out the gallery below to see some of the guys' finest looks ever—and by finest I mean they are so clearly from 1998 that it's hilarious—and then, go buy their new album, 2.0 and purchase tickets to see them on tour this summer with New Kids on the Block and Boys II Men. Boy bands are back, ya'll!
Which of the below outfits is your favorite? Were you a huge 98 Degrees fan back in the day and still today? Tweet us @OKMagazine!
These black-on-black ensembles remind me of the guys' outfits in the 'Because Of You' video when they were singing on top of the Golden Gate Bridge. That was a truly great moment.
It's so cute that the boy band matched their jumpsuits to the color of Nickelodeon while at their Big Help awards circa 1998.
In 1997, everyone had that puffy orange vest that Nick is wearing in this picture. Well, that and an Old Navy Performance Fleece.
This is sort of how the guys in my 6th grade class dressed to Bar Mitzvah parties. Yours too?
Every fashion guru knows you need to bring out your finest leather jacket when attending a music industry event red carpet. Duh.
I love this photo so much because when I picture Nick Lachey, I envision his arm band tattoo with the sun on top of it. Nick needs to go sleeveless more often.
Here's the guys showing off their team spirit. The band is from Ohio, not Kansas, but I digress.
I just love Nick's frosted tips and Justin's tinted sunglasses and the fact that Drew is finally not wearing his do rag.
No lie, I think I have that exact same button-down shirt that Jeff is wearing in this pic. Except I bought mine in 2011, so clearly Jeff was so ahead of the times.
Shiny green and grey was clearly very in in 2000, as was wearing your sunglasses at night. Thanks for the tip, dudes.
I just can't with Justin's shirt here. Mostly because I'm way too distracted by Nick's muscles.