When it comes to the world of fashion, you can count on one thing: old trends never go away for good. As time has proven again and again, certain trends from the past have a way of returning in very interesting ways – such as mixing its ‘retro’ qualities with modern sensibilities.
Case in point, tie dye just made a grand comeback in 2019 and many popular brands (Chuck Taylor, Nike, Urban Outfitters, etc) have been all aboard the hype train, releasing new products like tie dye-themed sneakers, backpacks, shirts, jumpsuits, and more. Needless to say, fashionistas are absolutely crazy about the idea and that’s clearly evidenced by the products’ sales.
Despite that fact, however, we think you will still agree with us when we say there are previous fashion trends that deserve to be left exactly where they are – buried and forgotten in the past. Case in point, these fashion items (if you can call it that) for men from the 1970s are total disasters we sure hope they never see the light of day again. Like ever!
You wouldn’t want to be caught alive wearing these eyesores. Go check out the photos below and pay close attention. You’ll see what we mean!
If you reached this part, we’re pretty sure you’re nodding in agreement with what we said earlier or you got a bit too busy shaking your head in disbelief how these “trends” came to be in the first place. They’re just so cringeworthy, right?
Go hit us up in the comment section and tell us which of these do you hate (or made you laugh) the most!
Mother Of Six Reveals Why All Unwanted Pregnancies Should Be Blamed On Men
“In theory, a man could cause 1000+ unwanted pregnancies in just one year.”
There is little doubt that abortion is already a controversial topic. However, one woman has sparked new debates with her viral rant about who is to blame for making the procedure necessary. The mother of six explained why men are responsible for all unwanted pregnancies.
Gabrielle Blair is an author and a blogger who is currently raising six children. Being a Mormon, she is against abortion. However, Blair is interested in making sure people are aware why it is sometimes necessary and can easily be prevented. How does Blair propose to stop unwanted pregnancies from happening? By making men aware that they are "100% responsible" for it in the first place.
Blair took Twitter by storm with her blistering rant about unwanted pregnancies.
A Festival for Cats is Returning to London this 2019
Love cats? This IS the festival for you!
A festival dedicated to cats? It sounds totally crazy...unless you're a crazy cat lover. There is nothing that a feline lover wouldn't do and this June 29, the ultimate cat appreciation will be held in London's Beckenham Place Park.
Simply called CatFest 2019, the festival will have live music, lots of food and booze, and of course, lots and lots of cats.
All eyes on the kitties this June in London.
‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Star Rami Malek Wins Best Actor In Golden Globe Awards 2019
He deserves every bit of recognition!
“Bohemian Rhapsody” was released in October last year, and it immediately met a lot of criticisms. However, fans couldn’t help but be in awe of Rami Malek who impersonated Freddie Mercury and brought Queen’s 1985 Live Aid performance back to life.
Now, Malek won the Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture Drama for “Bohemian Rhapsody.” The actor nabbed the title from his very talented contenders, Bradley Cooper (“A Star Is Born”), Willem Dafoe (“At Eternity’s Gate”), Lucas Hedges (“Boy Erased”), and John David Washington (“BlacKkKlansman”).
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