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No. 189747

This thread is to talk about the latest trends in fashion, makeup, skin care, accesories, or random things seen in social media. Anything that becomes relatively popular can be discussed here, like the latest outfits seen on tiktok & instagram, fashion shows, seasonal trend predictions by magazines, or the color of the year.
If you want to talk about other decor or design-related trends, that can also be discussed here.
Be sure to also update us whenever a trend goes out of date.

No. 189754

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I’m gonna have to pass on this puff sleeve trend as I am an inverted triangle body shape. I need that a line skirt+v neck combo to survive.

No. 189756

What's the point when there's fashion general? G will seem cluttered as fuck now

No. 189762

Agreed. We have threads for all these topics, fashion, skincare, makeup even a social media thread somewhere. I don't know why anons always open new threads for these hyper-specific things that'll just sink to the bottom of the catalog when it could've just gone into more general threads.

No. 189763

this is for all kinds of trends, the fashion general has a lot of people just talking about their recent purchases or asking for advice.

No. 189764

Some people want to talk about what is "in" this season in general. See it as a counterpart to the cheugy thread, a lot of anons don't even know what is on trend anymore.

No. 189778

i love the cottagecore trend and recently spent a bit of my last paycheck on gingham dresses, accessories with pressed flowers in them, booties to go with, etc

No. 189780

I am the opposite to you anon, I have bought into the puff sleeve trend bigtime as a shoulderlet kek

Where did you find the pressed flower accessories, anon?

No. 189782

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I like it too, and it's stupid but I can't bring myself to wear gingham print. In my country, gingham dresses (in blue, red or green) are Primary school uniform. We all wear it as little girls, and "graduate" out of it. I can't help but feel silly in it lol.

No. 189794

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I see what you mean, it's like polka dots motif, it all depends of the fit and cut. To me, green/sage gingham looks less childish but at the same time I like red because it makes you look like a thotty farmer

No. 189797

could milk the kinderwhore appeal outta that

tbh not a fan of wearing cottagcore stuff in a 'cutesy' way like i need a lil bit edge to the look, slutty too but not in a basic way to attract dudes, more like to scare them lol

No. 189799

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I can see Mori scaring dudes away but I don't find it sexy at all.

I recommend Nour & the Merchant, it's expensive but she makes clothes that catter to that forest princess look

No. 189808

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>thotty farmer

i chuckled liberally, thank you anon

No. 189855

Is cottagecore still a trend though? I feel like it peaked last year around the whole strawberry dress thing.
I love flowy romantic dresses but see absolutely no one wearing them.
Might be just a local thing though.

On that note, is dark academia still a thing? I guess it's more of an autumn trend but I wonder if it's still gonna be around after this summer.

No. 189883

Cottagecore is still a thing, good for this summer too. It's more complicated for DA, it got outed as pretentious and classist (no shit) so now it's kinda out. Daily reminder that preppy in fall colors will always be pop no matter what, so even if the DA style is out the general fits are timeless

No. 189896

I like cottagecore but not in the cutesy way either. I love a more "praire" or "going out in a small town" kind of deal (nta btw). I just can't bring myself to wear super cutesy shit when I'm 25.

No. 189908

I think it has peaked last summer but it's still trendy. I think after this summer it'll start on a steep decline.

No. 189913

Also, romantic outfits will always be trendy mainstream wise. So cottagecore is a good basic trend in a way

No. 189915

I hope cottagecore stays in the back for a while, there's some nice things I would like to try but haven't been able to, because I need to lose weight.

No. 189919

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I'm an absolute plank and I still don't get your reasoning nonny kek. It looks good on chubby girls too imo

No. 189921

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Maybe it’s just me not being a fan of yellow but I feel like Pantone was totally off with the colors of the year. And the combo of these two is just gross to me lol

No. 189924

Imo I think chubby girls can pull off the longer cottagecore dresses pretty well because they're loose around the stomach and hide the legs.

These are the pantone colors this year? I absolutely haven't seen either whatsoever.

No. 189925

Nta but I feel like it only works when you're chubby in the right places and have a pretty face.

No. 189926

Oh wow. At least embrace the 70's come back and do a yellow/black or yellow/orange thing. I agree, it's really fade looking, didn't know it was possible to make bright yellow come off as boring

No. 189986

Bloomingdales just did a new cottagecore edit this spring, so I think it's safe to say it should stick around for a bit with the warm weather

These colors look awful together, tbh I think that lilac purple that is everywhere lately is the true popular color of the year

No. 189992

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I saw it a lot last year, I really like pastel purple, it's my favourite pastel. I really like the combo with sage green too. Kinda pissy because every sage blazer that I liked is out of stock

No. 189994

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how would you style this vest? i was thinking maybe you could wear a black or white t-shirt underneath, but not sure what kind of jeans would pair well with this combo

No. 190008

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I personally dislike t-shirts with this sort of vest, it's too casual for such a preppy look. Ideally it would pair with a collared blouse or nicer long sleeve top if you want a slightly less academic look.

No. 190009

Winx vibes.

No. 190015

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Here's the more relaxed version with jeans

No. 190018

This looks like something Luna would wear (without the stains ofc)

No. 190019

Nonnies who don’t live in the west. What trends do you see among ppl your age?

No. 190022

Sage green is gorgeous for sure, probably my favorite "trendy" color

No. 190024

YES I was going to ask what kind of summer dress should I buy if I'm an inverted triangle type. There's legit nothing this season except these puffy sleeve type dresses and frilly romantic type dresses (kibbe type). I'm a flamboyant gamine and I tend to agree that I look better in structured, non frilly stuff but I have no idea what kind of summer fashion even looks good with those characteristics and looks good on an inverted triangle shape as well

No. 190028

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Peplums are really cute and underrated. They look good on inverted triangles because the cinching and ruffles add a bit more dimension, but they're more structured than all these flowy and puffy dresses.

No. 190031

Looks like what your alcoholic aunty would wear to unlitmited brunch with the gals

No. 190033

better than looking like a disney princess dress tbh

No. 190036

Ty for the suggestion. I know about peplums but wb dresses maybe in a more casual setting?

No. 190040

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I can see that but honestly if you style yourself in a soft and youthful way it contrasts well with the structure of the dress. And you can get ones that are more relaxed if the other comes across too high maintenance to you.

No. 190045

vests are so fug

No. 190046

These are not trends, sorry but this talk goes on the general fashion thread

No. 190051

Hideous and dated like all Kibbe inspired looks

No. 190059

puffy sleeves look so retarded

No. 190062

Please tell me the one tru way to dress anon since you clearly have unparalleled taste that no one else could possibly ever dispute

No. 190065

ntabut shes right, those dresses are very ugly. Kibbe is overrated and dumb

No. 190068

honestly every dress posted in this thread so far is ugly

No. 190069

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I bought a cropped one like picrel and I never reach for it. I prefer the new cropped look over the oversized one though

No. 190072

This is the trends thread anon, take your peplum top talk to the fashion thread. I also can't believe you talk about styling it youthful and then unironically show that green dress. Are you 62?

No. 190080

Yesterday I was thinking "What would MILFcore look like?", and today, I see this. She (God) works in mysterious ways.

No. 190082

kek my sides

No. 190092

I wear cutesy stuff at 26 and it works just fine for me. We’re not old, anon. There’s not much difference in appearance between your teens and your 20s. Whether it’s early, mid, or late 20s. Wear what you like lol

No. 190098

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>Be rural autist me
>Wear cardigan/skirt/crop top monochrome fit to go to uni
>See 4 scrotes at the end of the street coming my way
>One locks eyes with me
>I know one of them is going to say something
>Prepare potential answer in my head
>One of them goes "be careful, that's one short skirt ;))))))"
>It's OK, browsing my favourite radfem imageboard daily has prepared me for this, I'm the enlighten femcel, the based stacy
>"h-haha, t-thanks."
>I run away looking at my feet
>Never wore my sick y2k fit ever again

I sure told him

No. 190101

not the anon youre replying to but ig what i meant by cutesy is not like how a lot of ~trendy~ chicks wear it if that makes sense (in an uwu/sex appeal way) (ik we're not in high school bear with me), idm wearing cute stuff i love it i just don't want that solely to be my vibe and i can counteract the basic cuteness with like accessories or makeup or just being mahself lol

like i guess kinderwhore cottagecore would be my thing

No. 190105

Kek you'll be the bad bitch you dream of eventually, but that's such an uncomfortable thing for them to have said to you
Please don't let weird men stop you from wearing what you want to wear

No. 190126

>I sure told him
kek anon

No. 190128


No. 190136

hmm brainstorming possible reply options

'and who the fuck are you?'
'i know'
'fuck off'
'that makes no sense but ok'
'my sister died in this'
'thanks for your concern but i am fine, have
been wearing skirts for a very long time, you

wow i am quite bad at this what would ya anons have said

No. 190138

>'my sister died in this'
KEK thanks for the inspiration anon

No. 190141

>don't let weird men stop you from wearing what you want to wear

I'm not saying you're doing the libfem propaganda thing on purpose but I think that's bad advice for >>190098

Yes, getting harassed for dressing a certain way is really uncomfortable and it's okay to want to um, avoid that? Especially if you're in a country where men aren't scared to straight up attack you on the street, why make yourself an even bigger target? (being female is already a target)

Anon if you like the outfit, wear it on Instagram, to house parties, to places where you're fairly sure you won't be vulnerable to being harassed and if you are, you have backup around you.

I love bodycon dresses, short skirts etc but I don't wear it to catch the bus to school. I don't need the drama.

No. 190145

The best thing to say is literally nothing. Blank them.

No. 190150

nta..that's true but when subject to it like a million times i feel the need to assert…something. for myself, although yeah it doesn't help my case cuz they're just looking for a reaction

No. 190151

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V Neck, A line skirt, puffy skirts that will match your hips with your shoulders. I’m kind of a mild inverted triangle and when I wear a wide flowy skirt with a fitted waist I look very hourglass and sexy (if I do say so myself)
Milkmaid tops, scoop necks, shoulder less, off shoulder etc make me look like a fucking man though.

No. 190152

Say absolutely nothing in response. That will humiliate the fuck out of them. Men don’t like to be made to feel invisible. If you make some shitty comeback in retort they will be grinning about it all day. Like if you said “it’s not as short as your dick!!!” You’re just embarrassing yourself further and making them feel like they got a rise out of you.

No. 190172

That's also how you deal with bratty children. Coincidence?

No. 190246

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I hate the clay rings trend so much. Same for plastic

No. 190250

I usually just don’t say anything and keep walking, nothing hurts a mans ego more than being ignored. Even negative responses are still attention that they revel in or twist around to brag to their friends later, complain about how evil and neurotic women are.

No. 190265

yes. this is the way. the opposite of love isn't hate. it's indifference. don't waste a single iota of your energy on catcallers. they're looking for your attention. no need to reward their bad behaviour.

No. 190303

Agree I don’t wear anything to draw attention to myself in contexts where attention is unwelcome.

I get the, “Well men should just leave me alone,” mentality. I agree men should, but you know they don’t. There’s 0 repercussion for their behavior. And nothing will magically change the way they act just because you decided to wear an attention-grabbing outfit.

My guess is anon is pretty young though. This eventually clicks after enough experience and unwanted interactions. Especially when you realize saying, “Fuck off,” or giving the finger doesn’t work out quite the way you dreamed it would.

No. 190361

Everytime I see puffy sleeves I just think of anne of green gables and how badly she wanted puffy sleeves because they were trendy but by the time she got a dress with them they were going out of trend lmao

No. 190376

Nta but I genuinely think that mentality of 'well men harass me for this so I should stop even though it's harmless' isn't good.
It feels like some saudi shit. And look at those cultures, women are harrased even if they cover themselves from head to toe.
How do you want to change this when you just give in? Where I'm from (Central euro country) it's quite normal to wear short skirts or bodycons for summer. Men just get used to seeing women dressed in a certain way and it isn't "exciting" them anymore. Catcalling isn't really a problem here, it happens but it's pretty rare compared to what I've experienced abroad.
How do you think this came to be? Women kept on wearing what they wanted and instead heavily shamed men or just ignored them.

No. 190484

Thanks anon! I appreciate it. But I doubt you look like a man, I don't think inverted triangle female bodies will ever look remotely close to men.

No. 190491

Agreed, catcallers get off on fear because the interaction is a display of "power". I've seen them catcall women who are dressed modestly. They target women just because we're women.
If we ignore them entirely they have no reaction to go off on. But I can't say that I'm not fearful of them myself bc I do wonder if they're going to pull a gun/knife on me and try to assault me if I don't respond.

No. 191520

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it's okay anonita. for that quirky remark that man shall be reincarnated as a woman who has to shoot ping pong balls from her hu ha for a living and remove bottle caps with it. his enablers who have done nothing to stop this affront will become women who have to play the flute and the least popular of these unfortunate gentlemen will have to play the kazoo

No. 191527

anon i'm crying

No. 191536

Trends are dumb wear what you want.

No. 191573

obviously being like "what's trend please so i can buy and wear it" is lame, but if you think that "what you want" isn't subconsciously affected by the trends you see around you, then it's you who is the sheeple.

No. 191635

This is why I stopped wearing thigh highs no matter how much I love how I look in them. Every time I left the house wearing those socks I'd get uncomparabley sexualized and stared at. You'd think me often being mistaken for being a younger age than I am would be better but men thinking you are a young teen actually makes it much much worse. I still wear them when I'm out with two or more friends since then I feel safe, but I simply can't leave my house alone in them without feeling vulnerable

No. 191640

>You go to your closet and you select out, oh I don’t know, that lumpy blue sweater, for instance, because you’re trying to tell the world that you take yourself too seriously to care about what you put on your back. But what you don’t know is that that sweater is not just blue, it’s not turquoise, it’s not lapis, it’s actually cerulean.
>You’re also blithely unaware of the fact that in 2002, Oscar de la Renta did a collection of cerulean gowns. And then I think it was Yves St Laurent, wasn’t it, who showed cerulean military jackets? And then cerulean quickly showed up in the collections of eight different designers. Then it filtered down through the department stores and then trickled on down into some tragic “casual corner” where you, no doubt, fished it out of some clearance bin. However, that blue represents millions of dollars and countless jobs and so it’s sort of comical how you think that you’ve made a choice that exempts you from the fashion industry when, in fact, you’re wearing the sweater that was selected for you by the people in this room. From a pile of “stuff.”

No. 191676

Kek ok Miranda Priestly
Naw, I was just saying like don’t follow trends blindly. Like if you like it whether it’s on trend or not wear it.

No. 191716

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anons, what do you think of the playful colorful decor trend (?) I love it at the moment and am thinking of buying some furniture that’s rather expensive but i’m worried that this decor trend is going to look dated within 2 years or so

No. 191719

It always reminds me of CutiePieMarzia…
I think this stuff is okay as long as there's not too much of it (eg Jill from /w/ house strikes to me as weird).

I didn't know that it's trending right now. But honestly, all I can say is that you don't have to follow trends when it comes to house decor, just pick whatever you'd like! It's your place after all.

No. 191723

This will definitely look outdated and tacky relatively fast

No. 191725

it absolutely will. but if there's one or two pieces you really like then don't feel afraid of incorporating them or finding more classy versions.

No. 191726

Every trend is going to be dated in 2-5 years. If you don't have the money to redo your interior every couple of years, stop worrying about trends and buy into something you like.

No. 191798

>pretentious and classist
well that's retarded. next thing you know cottagecore will be outed as too republican or some shit

No. 191804

No. 191806

It’s like the decorating equivalent of the avant basic trend. I do think it’s cute but it will die fast I’m sure

No. 191830

Oh, woke Twitter has already tried to cancel cottagecore for being a "colonial white supremacist fantasy". Because apparently homesteading on stolen land is problematic but…living in a house in the city isn't?? Their logic is truly exceptional.

No. 191853

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I hate the Memphis Milano esque interior, especially the mirrors.
I can see how it overlaps with the tradwife general look, but it's a weird thing to say about a subfashion that got popularized by lesbians kek

No. 191854

it already is butt ugly, don't worry for in 2 years.

No. 191977

>don't follow trends blindly
That's largely the message here though. I don't necessarily think anons itt are fashion victims or that they're trying to encourage people to disconnect from their personal tastes. It's mostly a discussion about trends as a cultural phenomenon imo.

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