Nostalgia is taking over, we're burning our bras again, and pool slides are back in style. Why?
Throwback culture has taken over and I am here for it.
It seems in the past year, store fronts have increasingly turned pastel with a color palette reminiscent of the late nineties. Furthermore, we are seeing trends unique to that time resurface. Pool slides shuffle across busy city streets and vacation spots alike, chokers of every color and texture are sold almost everywhere, and denim everything is having another major fashion moment. It seems pretty close in proximity to the nineties to be calling this trend "retro," or maybe that's just me not wanting to accept that I am getting old. Regardless, I think that today's pop culture, political climate, and defiance against gender norms have a lot to do with the street style were seeing today.
It's a unique moment in politics, culture, and fashion alike for us and trending street style is a dead give away for that. Open your eyes and get inspired by your peers!
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