One could argue that with any style though. the fact is that NO ONE is completely original these days. big sunglasses, a horrible trend in my opinion, all over the place. "Punk" style, real big around this town, monkey see monkey do right? Summer dresses seem to be pretty big to, monkey see monkey do again.
It's just a matter of preference though. My man thankfully is not into muscles and cars, he's more into art, books, psychology. As for me, thankfully I'm also not into dressing like a tramp and wearing g-strings. I prefer to dress comfortably - rather that be in jeans and a tshirt (which one could also argue is monkey see monkey do, because come on, its been done before, obviously) or in a nice casual looking dress.
indie is a big trend now a days do you know what indie is? over here everyone dresses indie and loves indie music its like the new in thing! like loads of fellas are wearing skinny jeans growing there hair longer etc ! very in big in thing at the moment and everyones going to festivals (ok mostly to get pissed lol) but still its indie music!
I am of mixed feelings in regards to the new wider availability of g-strings. I do not see being into muscles as bad for men, as muscles are pretty cool. I do not think they are more into cars. Men have always been into cars since they were invented. This has not increased. Men are also not more into girls, they have always been into girls. Now they are just more free to be because they are not assaulted with propaganda not to be.
Dressing provocatively has two sides. On one, girls should be free to follow their path. Often, such dress is cooler, lighter, and more comfortable, and girls enjoy the attention it gets them. They want to get over feeling afraid to be vulnerable and become confident even when scantily clad.
Obviously not all have such complex thoughts when they dress down, but I wouldn't put it past a lot of them to think this way, even if only in passing or subconsciously, to affirm the habit.