Mainstream Trends: 2016

Old trends resurrect and shocking new trends are born

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Mainstream Trends: 2016

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  2016 was an interesting year for fashion. If one thinks buying clothing items that are destructed, antiqued, destroyed, or otherwise look like you took them out of an old chest in your grandparents attic is a good investment, this was a great year. Yeezy shoes cost about $300 and up and look about 300 years old.  They are beat up, rough looking, and expensive.

  Coachella, a music festival that is suppose to be about free love and youth culture, is one of the most important fashion events of the year for celebrities and commoners alike.  Outfits that are designed to be carefree and look like one dressed themselves in a leisurely manner cost hundreds of dollars just so you can look like you don’t care about your appearance and you rolled out of bed looking just so.

  Tracksuits are coming back in a big way and athletic wear is extremely popular. Nike and Adidas logos can be seen most anywhere these days, adorned by the hip youth. Long socks re-emerge from their slumber and are popular yet again. Olympic runners strove to gold wearing long socks up to their knees, all with different prints and styles.

  Timberland boots have seen an incredible spike in popularity this year. The wheat colored laced boot came out of hip-hop culture and rapping celebrities have been seen wearing them in their music videos and out on the scene, such as Kanye West and Drake.

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