For the love of god, please stop using your dad’s necktie as a belt.
Take it from Olivia Pope: nothing makes a woman look sexier than leather on her arms.
Freezy Freakies were the ’80s. In glove form.
He brought the idea to Fendi six years ago, he said.
Your eyes won’t even be able to handle all of this visual stimulation.
Shiba + shiba = shiblings. Embrace it.
Because you can’t usher in a new world order if you’re not well-dressed now, can you?
It was like everyone was naked without a Kangol.
We need to have a conversation about rhinestone-studded bandanas.
According to these gems on OkTrends from 2011, exercising means better orgasms and Twitter means shorter relationships.
It’s been 20 years (!) since the “wild child” made her debut as the face of Guess. See how many of these you remember.
In the September 1994 issue of Sassy, the magazine “recreated” the cool looks worn by the girls of the East Village in the early ’80s.
In 1969, Life magazine explored the “freaky new freedoms” of fashion seen on high school students across the country. The inspiring fashion from that year is a far cry from the Aeropostale, Forever 21, and American Eagle clothing worn by students today.
Ombré has seeped into everything from baked goods to tights to cat tees. Be very afraid.
Follow these style cues to look like a million bucks.
I might be guilty of one (or more) of these fashion crimes.
Unless you’re Ashley Tisdale, in which case you’re in favor of showing side and boob.
Hair chalking, nail art, sequins — find out which had the longest life, and which are heading for obsolescence.
A summer wardrobe staple; all images courtesy of the marvellous White Boys in Salmon Shorts Tumblr. Go fish!
The history of lipstick, high heels, and other beauty staples are a lot longer — and weirder — than you’d think.
Overalls? Quirky prints? ’90s Barbies wore them first.
Sexting beats emailing, dieting, and even hooking up, according to Google Trends.
2000-2004 was a dark, dark time in fashion for Christina.
These PVC gems were the definitive shoe of your childhood. They’re making a comeback.
Dear Sriracha, Pickles, and Sriracha Pickles: You’ve had a great run. Let’s move on, shall we?
This great year’s story told in sugar, eggs, flour, and frosting.
Time-travel with us to last century, when Coke still had cocaine in it and ladies weren’t allowed to lunch alone!
A new year is upon us, meaning it’s time to find NEW ways to be ironically fashionable. Update your closet with this handy trend guide.
May these enormously amusing, super-fun fashion movements continue well into 2013 and beyond. (Except for two gaudy trends that need to die.)
No one can agree on what is going on in fashion! So maybe we should just stop trying to decode it and wear whatever we want, whenever we feel like it.