I'm just getting pretty sick of it, this sort of came to my attention about earlier last year when a friend seemed genuinely shocked I don't go to many daft places such as HotTopic or Primark for clothes, I just don't like how any of it looks, seems like the normal demographic these days is a 'cheeky nandos lad' with a iced jem haircut that or daft tyedye shirts with pugs all over because it's 'hip', As he runs his own clothing company he showed me a few designs and literally most of them and what's out there just look like something a 10 year old secret bisexual would wear to a nightclub.
I'm just genuinely sick of it.
Jesus, now I'm starting to sound like my Grandad..
Haha I completely agree to this. I refuse to do that nazi haircut thing all the dudes are going for. And that groomed -perfectly- symetric beard too. Don't even get me started on clothing...
I don't get pissed off though, I mean, same thing could be said about the 80's disco thing for example. Trends keep coming and going. And I think you can look good without having to wear or style that way.
Yeah, I'm not too wild about today's fashion either. Oddly enough, I am a huge fan of '80s fashion and I always skim Goodwill for unwanted '80s clothes, the more angular shoulder pads the better! I am usually not a very fashionable person and can be found in jeans and a T-shirt most of the time, but what little fashion I do care about is ridiculous '80s fashion. It is quirky just like me, haha.
OMG its refreshing to hear someone else say that! my girlfriend and i have been talking about that for about 2 years now! i can't stand these horrendous patterns in these insane colors that are impossible to match anything to. i call it all the "party rock" fashion era (bcuz it got out of hand after that song blew up). i understand fashions come and go and all, but this one is DEF. not for me
Lol your right fashion is not even fashion. I feel like it's art and craft hour.
YES YES YES !!
Random question, what country are you from? Because the slang you used doesn't sound American.
Anyway yeah especially when it comes to girls' clothes. A lot of women don't even wear what looks good on them or suits their body type anymore, they just look at whatever their favorite instagram model has on and buys it without a thought. That's why I love 50s fashion, it has much more of a feminine and flattering shape to it. The styles these days are boxy, and unless you have glass shattering curves that pop out no matter what you're wearing, it's not flattering.