Features team member Indigo Labida explores the theoretical underpinnings of anti-fashion and the future of the sub-category.
Every time I swipe, there is a new “Shopping Haul” or “What I Wear in a Week” video. I see new viral videos every day of users wearing unique outfits and every other comment begs to know where it is from. Thus, another “Microtrend” is born. Microtrends are short-lived trends created by the fast-paced nature of social media.
My mom is my best friend. We have been compared to Lorelai and Rory of the TV show Gilmore Girls (we are both blue-eyed brunettes with coffee addictions, what can we say!) and talk every day of the week, multiple times a day. While we are similar in many ways (like how we both agree Nick is the hottest Jonas Brother), we have our differences… our styles being one of them.
The secondhand store has always been around, but with the help of social media, ‘thrifting’ is reemerging with a powerful new lease on couture life.
I can no longer count on one hand how many times people have asked me where I purchase my outfits, especially within the last two years. My look has become what some call “minimalistic.” Oh, and that applies not only to the look, but also to the budget. The thing is, among my collegiate circle, […]