It's become a very common style that is widespread on social media sites like Instagram. Typical age range for it is mid teens to early 20s. Best described as I'm-not-trying-yet-I-really-am, it typically involves very precise makeup (sharp eyeliner wings and drawn/shaped eyebrows) with relaxed hair and clothes that are just tight or short enough to show off, but just loose or sporty enough to stay in line with the I'm-not-trying facade.
Now let's be honest, guys, do you like this look? If not, what look do you prefer?
I'm attracted to that look
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Not really attracted to that look (comment a look you prefer)
I think many people are confused by my calling the look "ultra modern". I called it that because it's a recent style trend that has become widely popular on social media and that several younger women have gotten into. "Tumblr girl" is a more appropriate name and hopefully less confusing name for the look.
Hell no! These girls' personalities are just as unoriginal as their style. They are a bunch of damn sheep who blindly follow the herd yet claim that they are a special snowflake. Bitch, if you are a special snowflake then why the hell is there 50 million other girls just like you? I only date people that actually have a personality. It's disgusting and pathetic how so many people spend their whole lives trying to fit in by mimicking each other. You can never be the best you can be if all you do is copy others.
I don't like it. I prefer girly girls that like to show off their feminine look. I don't know enough about fashion to say what that style is called, but as it is now, they are basically dressing like men. That doesn't flatter the female body type at all. That said, if a person is attractive, they can pretty much get away with wearing whatever they want and still look good. I think those women lead other women into thinking all women can look good in unflattering clothes.
From that collection of items: an oversized off the shoulder style t-shirt (80s), cut off shorts (70s/80s/90s), Uggs (00s), their grandmother's hair bun (60s) and an app that makes their photos look like they were taken on crappy cheap colour film (up to 80s)
It's a super-sloppy, uncoordinated, fad following look. Not a fan at all. The fact that "I'm not trying" is clearly a facade makes you look like you're trying even harder than someone with a coherent style, because you're trying everything at once and you really don't know what to do.
I'd describe it more as a self-obsessed, well-to-do white girl look.
Classy is an all time classic. Generally, the less fake a girl is, the more attractive she gets. For example, while plucking the eyebrows is many times a must, drawing them with a pencil looks borderline ridiculous. I personally also can't stand the UGG boots-more like uggh.
I honestly don't like it. My younger relatives dress like this and I think it's such a waste of a pretty girl. Like the style of dress is sloppy and sometimes masculine. My little cousin literally models and she goes from a 10 to a 7 when she dresses like that. I am old fashioned I guess, I believe a Female should emphasize her pretty not take away from it
I'm someone who values originality very much, so if I see tons of girls wearing the exact same style I tend to get sick of it. I'm really not a fan of Uggs, I think they look cringy and unbalanced (the way they look from the back when someone is walking looks like they aren't even walking on the soles of the shoes!). I also don't like the look of gauges. I think they look really creepy.
This looks more like a "tumblr girl". Personally I don't really like this style of style... I do like casual/relaxed/natural looks but not accompanied by someone who is trying to be something their not and heavy make up in any form.
You can usually tell if a girl is trying to hard to fit in with a trend, and that's unattractive