Style is a funny thing. It morphs with time, history and culture, like a democratic and physically manifested feedback loop.
Some people prefer simplicity, like a T-shirt with jeans. Others opt for tasteful understatement, like an earth-tone Merino wool sweater with tan slacks. And then there are the tuxedos from Dumb and Dumber.
Who's to say what's right and what's wrong? Just make it interesting! I am one of the few people I know that is not a fan of the Brooklyn Nets' new uniforms and logo. Bore me later.
The only consistent fashion change in the NBA is that the shorts got longer in the 1990s. In fact, they got so long that they made a rule about how long they were allowed to be. Then they got slightly shorter.
But with so many amazing jersey changes out there, I have plumbed the depths of NBA fashion history to come up with every team's "sweetest-looking" retro jersey. They may not necessarily be "tasteful" and they may not be cool, but each of them is decidedly sweet.