Alright for real.

So the 20 year fashion rule right??
That means that 2010s fashion should be making a comeback this decade and holy. hecking. shit. I hope not!! Next thing you know we’ll all be getting those mustache tattoos on our fingers. ew.
But yeah I noticed this recently with the whole ‘twee’ aesthetic coming back and I kinda like the new spin people are taking on it, but all in all I hate 2010s fashion.
What do you think /fashion/?? Should it comeback or no. If so what do you want to come back and why???

21 thoughts on “Alright for real.

  1. Anonymous says:

    >So the 20 year fashion rule right
    perhaps not. huge ass and joga pants of 2014-20ish was new thing. 2k era and late 2010s were utter diaster.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Only some elements tend to make a comeback and get remixed fresh. It will be ok. You will come to appreciate it when it happens.

  3. Anonymous says:

    >If so what do you want to come back and why??
    Denim handbags and uggs but not the new platform ones, like the old ones that you could wear with jeans.

  4. Anonymous says:

    It won’t be exactly the same, like how current “y2k” fashion is not exactly like early 2000s fashion, it’ll be more like the set of references for the development of new but similar styles and aesthetics

  5. Anonymous says:

    I never noticed how much she influenced the girls in my hs.

    The 20 year rule doesn’t always hold. Look at the 80s. They had a 50s revival cause of Back to The Future, Streets of Fire, and Stray Cats.

    • Anonymous says:

      >Look at the 80s. They had a 50s revival
      the same thing in the uk, with the levis adverts and absolute beginners coming out in 1986
      tbh i cannot see much being taken from late 00s aesthetics and im sure everybody says that with each era but i just cant see many people choosing to wear shell suit jackets, skinny jeans and fat high tops or sock hats with toms and ‘free weezy’ tees
      really feels like we haven’t gone any further than 2005 and a lot of those revivals fell off because it was just a few people trying something rather than anything actually catching on.
      i was a literal child in the late 00s / early 10s but i really dont recall any styles or clothing that people would desperately want to revive in the next few years. and by the mid 2010s it isnt drastically different than now, unless 16 year old girls really want to wear PU panelled blazers with gold studs in 2030, or people are going to be wearing biker jeans and saint laurent high tops ironically, a year later in 2016 it was Balenciaga, which aside from a few heck ups has had a pretty strong 8 year run at this point

        • Anonymous says:

          50s revival overshadowed 60s revival during the 80s cause of a bunch of tv shows, movies, and bands. I think there was a 60s revival, like The Monkees reruns being popular on MTV.

          • Anonymous says:

            as with most revivals you have to expand your years a bit. it was a 50s/60s revival just like the 90s had a 60s/70s. a more recent example is our 80s/90s revival

          • Anonymous says:

            Yep. I remember I had a teacher in his early/mid 20s in the 90s and he did the 60s/70s revival thing. We used to call him Shaggy cause he looked like Shaggy from Scooby Doo. I know bands like Pulp were also doing that aesthetic back in the 90s. I guess Austin Powers helped.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Dressing ironically like 2012 Chief Keef is already a thing for the past two years. 2000s fashion or, Y2K as they are calling it is already being called played out and burnt.

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