How Social Media Has Impacted Fashion Trends

Every decade had its main fashion trends that stayed for the full 10 years, we all know 70’s hippy, 80’s neon, 90’s grunge, and y2k futuristic with a retro edge, but what about the 2010s. 2010 to 2012 was still y2k style, 2013 to 2016 was all boy bands, and then 2017 to 2019 were all repeats of the ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s. It was all over the place, and so far 2021 hasn’t been any different, starting with y2k fashion, then the 90’s, and finally its own style with hints of both the 90s and ’00s.

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Mariah Berger

My name is Mariah Berger, and being a teen fashion blogger was definitely not something I thought I’d have the guts to do a year ago. From a young age, I have loved fashion, whether it was watching project runway, sewing with my mom, or doing fashion shows every single day for my family. Of course, now I want fashion to be in my career title in the future. So, this blog will hopefully be my first step towards that dream!

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Adapting Your Closet For The Upcoming Months

Adapting Your Closet For The Upcoming Months

This fall is gonna be all about showing off your clothes that you weren’t able to because of quarantine. This fall is also gonna be about hanging out with friends if you haven’t done so this summer. So, as the first blog post in over 2 months I wanted to tell you what these upcoming months are gonna look like. And to start it off I am going to tell you about how shopping is gonna look in these next few weeks before the end of summer. 

Let Idiots Burn In Hell

Let Idiots Burn In Hell

When you are expressing yourself through fashion, people will comment on your outfit. And maybe you will take their opinions and think them through, cry, or just ignore them like the badass you are. Peoples opinions are like flies, buzzing around you and constantly annoying. On rare occasion, they will be helpful, but on the more realistic side, they are the most frustrating thing that can occur when it comes to fashion. Whether it is simple, “Your outfit is very bold,” with hints of disgust. Or the straight up, “What are you wearing?” The one sentence that can send you over the edge.

Get Out and Do Something

Get Out and Do Something

Getting yourself out of the house and doing something that isn’t staring at your phone all day can be tricky, especially during a pandemic. But because teens need to be social and not trapped in one space for a while, getting out and doing things is important. Also seeing your friends and getting boba is VERY important. Whether that was going for a jog, or hanging out with friends, getting out of the house, made me much happier and easygoing. Now, because of vaccines, there is less worry with getting together with people outside of your household and going to stores.