Gen Z has brought back Mom Jeans
|by Anonymous||reply 125||04/07/2021|
It hides their fat
|by Anonymous||reply 1||03/08/2021|
There seems to be an ugly trend going on right now. Boxy-looking stuff, full pants cut right above the ankle, etc. Maybe it's a reaction to the extremely form-fitting, stripper-pole fashions that have dominated for many years.
|by Anonymous||reply 2||03/08/2021|
They are the Anti Sex Me Too generation. what do you expect?
|by Anonymous||reply 3||03/08/2021|
They seem incapable of coming up with any trends of their own.
|by Anonymous||reply 4||03/08/2021|
His twee! They think they’ve invented hipsters.
|by Anonymous||reply 5||03/08/2021|
I saw a 16 year old wearing these. Her mom told me, the kid has a few pairs
|by Anonymous||reply 6||03/08/2021|
They are so f'ing annoying.
|by Anonymous||reply 7||03/08/2021|
They deserve a participation trophy for being the first generation to dress just like their parents.
|by Anonymous||reply 8||03/08/2021|
That sounds just like them, R6.
|by Anonymous||reply 9||03/08/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 10||03/08/2021|
Did they ask their parents for permission before stealing their acid washed jeans?
|by Anonymous||reply 11||03/08/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 12||03/08/2021|
Can't they bring back something actually cool?
|by Anonymous||reply 13||03/08/2021|
They're, like, the faded Xerox copy of Gen X
|by Anonymous||reply 14||03/08/2021|
There are worse looks out there.
|by Anonymous||reply 15||03/08/2021|
[quote] There seems to be an ugly trend going on right now.
Yeah! And it's called Gen Z
|by Anonymous||reply 16||03/08/2021|
It’s to say, “I’m so beautiful, I can make this ugly item of clothing look good. “
|by Anonymous||reply 17||03/08/2021|
Their mommies told them they look beautful in everything.
|by Anonymous||reply 18||03/08/2021|
Illustration of above.
|by Anonymous||reply 19||03/08/2021|
I wonder how they'll survive in the real world apart from positive affirmation.
|by Anonymous||reply 20||03/08/2021|
You bitches are brutal, heh
|by Anonymous||reply 21||03/08/2021|
R20 The way the rest of us learned to deal with shit?
|by Anonymous||reply 22||03/08/2021|
If they’re going to go full Gen X, maybe they can bring back real bands. I miss guitars in songs and drums that aren’t just that same snap track on repeat
|by Anonymous||reply 23||03/08/2021|
Yes there's an ugly nineties trend happening at the moment - and not the good bits of the nineties - the most ugly fashions of the nineties. Unfortunately this is going to last 5 years too... Sigh...
|by Anonymous||reply 24||03/08/2021|
R22 These dumbasses get no sympathy from me. Their parents didn't show us any
|by Anonymous||reply 25||03/08/2021|
I kinda like these jeans.
|by Anonymous||reply 26||03/08/2021|
Slap yourself repeatedly R26!
|by Anonymous||reply 27||03/08/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 28||03/08/2021|
I think R2 had it right.
|by Anonymous||reply 29||03/08/2021|
I think they're tremendous!
|by Anonymous||reply 30||03/08/2021|
Everything with them is sexual harassment. Good luck to you twink lovers!
|by Anonymous||reply 31||03/08/2021|
All women look12 pounds heavier in mom jeans.
|by Anonymous||reply 32||03/08/2021|
I think that's the idea R32.
|by Anonymous||reply 33||03/08/2021|
They’re so pathetically young, they actually think that everything they weren’t cognizant of back in the late 80s/early 90s was cool just for having existed back then, so they’re determined to bring it back, because god knows the present day isn’t offering worth caring about.
I kind of admire them for this, though.
|by Anonymous||reply 34||03/08/2021|
The mullet hairstyle are also becoming popular again. I’ve seen several on tik tok..
|by Anonymous||reply 35||03/08/2021|
I get the sense that Millenials aren't going to be too kind to them
|by Anonymous||reply 36||03/08/2021|
Is that what Billie Eilish wears?
|by Anonymous||reply 37||03/08/2021|
Do the boys wear dad jeans?
|by Anonymous||reply 38||03/08/2021|
R36: One generation being meaner to the next one really isn't something to aspire towards.
|by Anonymous||reply 39||03/08/2021|
R23: I agree. I miss the music.
|by Anonymous||reply 40||03/08/2021|
That looks like Paris Hilton R19
|by Anonymous||reply 41||03/08/2021|
Give them a break.
|by Anonymous||reply 42||03/08/2021|
R39 Oh yes, how convenient of you to try to appeal to Millennial's empathetic side all of a sudden. Unlike you, now you demand for us to be the bigger person.
|by Anonymous||reply 43||03/08/2021|
Wow these gen z are really into the 80’s
|by Anonymous||reply 44||03/08/2021|
R44 Gen Zs are into whatever make believe fantasyland their parents have painted for them.
|by Anonymous||reply 45||03/08/2021|
Christ. Some of you bitter old cunts need to STFU.
Go yell at your front lawns. Somebody might be thinking about walking on it...
|by Anonymous||reply 46||03/08/2021|
Go yell at GenX R46. All of a sudden since their precious little shits are becoming adults, this is all too much mean for them to handle
|by Anonymous||reply 47||03/08/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 48||03/09/2021|
Ladies, ladies, you're all cunts!
|by Anonymous||reply 49||03/09/2021|
That’s great news for the fashion industry. They now can sell mom jeans for $300 instead of $20.
|by Anonymous||reply 50||03/09/2021|
Mom jeans are the female part of the scum bro aesthetic sported by Justin Bieber - tie dye, Crocs, socks with sandals, neon racerback tanks, massive hoodies, his weird facial hair.
|by Anonymous||reply 51||03/09/2021|
[quote] Give them a break.
Can you imagine GenX's face if Boomers ever said that about us?
|by Anonymous||reply 52||03/09/2021|
Late GenX’ers and early Millennials tried to get rid of this ugly aesthetic in the 90s and early 00s, but it seems our efforts were fruitless.
|by Anonymous||reply 53||03/09/2021|
Yeah yeah R49. GenX thinks that we're here just to be their punching bag. They gotta another thing coming their way
|by Anonymous||reply 54||03/09/2021|
R39 is right.
|by Anonymous||reply 55||03/09/2021|
Erna must be spinning in her shit-filled grave.
|by Anonymous||reply 56||03/09/2021|
Pfft! I’ve been wearing them for ages.
|by Anonymous||reply 57||03/09/2021|
This thread is hilarious
|by Anonymous||reply 58||03/09/2021|
Okay, but some people can’t pull off a low rise, either. Mom jeans are indeed ugly, but sometimes you want a waistband where the waist is.
|by Anonymous||reply 59||03/09/2021|
I posted something about a friend's daughter wearing these and said her daughter likes to dress like she's poor.
I guess that's the new thing with kids today. The daughter goes to Goodwill and buys these ugly clothes. Like, the uglier the clothes, the better she likes them
They don't wear them like, "don't these looks great"?, they wear them like, "don't these looks terrible"?
|by Anonymous||reply 60||03/09/2021|
^You mean where the waist would be if there was one.
|by Anonymous||reply 61||03/09/2021|
[quote] Okay, but some people can’t pull off a low rise, either. Mom jeans are indeed ugly, but sometimes you want a waistband where the waist is
If a person has any kind of a butt, they can't wear low waisted jeans. But mom jeans have always been ugly. There should be something in between
Why can't they make nice clothes for middle aged women?
|by Anonymous||reply 62||03/09/2021|
Damn. You bitches make a topic like Mom Jeans seem like Life vs Death
|by Anonymous||reply 63||03/09/2021|
I live in a college town, and it seems that these mom jeans are "in" among the humanities majoring, socially aware, environmentally conscious, academically inclined, progressive-leaning subset of female students.
I've not seen a lot of "sorority" types rocking this style.
|by Anonymous||reply 64||03/09/2021|
R63 It is. The world today is ugly enough without young people wearing ugly clothes. On the positive side, the generation after GenZ will (hopefully) rebel against this look and maybe adopt a more tasteful look.
|by Anonymous||reply 65||03/09/2021|
Fuck. I'm a millennial and I kinda like mom jeans.
|by Anonymous||reply 66||03/09/2021|
There’s only one look that’s worse than the scumbro/vsco-girl look and that’s the urban douchebro look (grey/black skinny jeans, ultra-white sneakers, black/white Nike baseball cap.)
|by Anonymous||reply 67||03/09/2021|
Just when I got some fitting pants I gotta go back to dad jeans? I swear it’s caftans and caftans only from now on.
|by Anonymous||reply 68||03/09/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 69||03/09/2021|
[quote] You bitches make a topic like Mom Jeans seem like Life vs Death
This is Datalounge in a nutshell.
|by Anonymous||reply 70||03/09/2021|
What a flat ass at OP
|by Anonymous||reply 71||03/09/2021|
What’s next? The “Blossom” hat?
|by Anonymous||reply 72||03/09/2021|
R63 I normally don’t care that much about fashion trends, but I’ll fight this look the way Jane Child fights the person she’s falling in love with.
|by Anonymous||reply 73||03/09/2021|
That's a gross ass, R71
|by Anonymous||reply 74||03/09/2021|
I wish it was an ugly 90s trend, unfortunately all I'm seeing in guys is the ugly late-70s look, where they all resemble Lester Bangs but with less charisma.
|by Anonymous||reply 75||03/09/2021|
What is happening at R22?
|by Anonymous||reply 76||03/09/2021|
[quote] full pants cut right above the ankle
THIS. A million times THIS. I keep seeing people in their late teens / early 20s (Early Gen Z) walking around with baggy or ill-fitting pants / jeans (cropped at the ankle in an almost comical way). And they don’t even look like high-cropped capri pants - they crop it lower now. So it looks strangely uglier than capris, it makes the legs look shorter. It’s like they’re wearing hand-me-downs from their older siblings and they’ve outgrown those pants by some inches.
And they even wear these cropped pants in winter - I was bewildered to see NAKED ANKLES in January/February in snowy cities. Mary!
They often match the cropped pants with chunky big black boots. It looks ridiculous - like clown-ish fashion.
|by Anonymous||reply 77||03/09/2021|
[quote] Scum Bro Aesthetic sported by Justin Bieber
That's a pretty accurate coined term for the new trend. Kudos, R51.
|by Anonymous||reply 78||03/09/2021|
[quote] I get the sense that Millenials aren't going to be too kind to them
I'm ok with Gen Z's neon tie-dye oversized hoodies - they look kinda romantic & wistful. They are the fashion equivalent of Billie Eilish's wistful early hits (like "Ocean Eyes"). They go well with pink, purple & other neon strands in Gen Z's hair. (As an Early Millennial, I won't wear those tie-dye hoodies or paint my hair neon-green though - it looks a bit infantile & comes across as fashion for young kids who play with Barbies).
But the rest of Gen Z fashion (the massive 90s-style gold chains & bracelets, the massive gold short-loop earrings, the weirdly cropped pants, etc) is just cringe.
|by Anonymous||reply 79||03/09/2021|
R76's ignorance cracked me up. No offense, collegeboy!
|by Anonymous||reply 80||03/09/2021|
[quote] I get the sense that Millenials aren't going to be too kind to them
R36, r39 - But, mommy - HE STARTED IT! It was Gen Z who started that inter-generational brawl, not Millennials.
People who are over-25 (Millennials / Gen Y) are telling under-25s (Gen Z) to get out of our hair.
|by Anonymous||reply 81||03/09/2021|
Jesus Christ...mom jeans have been back for so long they're on their way out again. Have you queens been living under a rock?
|by Anonymous||reply 82||03/09/2021|
The Twitter Wars (between the last 2 letters of the alphabet) have commenced!
Gen Y-er Kelly Bachman is "clapping back" at the amorphous, a-sexual Gen Z!
|by Anonymous||reply 83||03/09/2021|
Fat Gen X-ers weigh in. Literally.
|by Anonymous||reply 84||03/09/2021|
A couple years ago I showed a Gen-Z employee what Birkenstocks were because I was replacing my partner's 15 year old pair and she responded "those would be soooo cute with socks."
I'm not mad at them. I'm at that transitional age between Gen-X and Millennial (born 82) and it's kind of nice to see the younger generation dress like those who I looked up to when I was a little gayling. They all look like they're auditioning for the first season of the Real World.
|by Anonymous||reply 85||03/09/2021|
[quote] They all look like they're auditioning for the first season of the Real World.
The girls & guys from the 1st Season of MTV's "Real World" (which debuted in May 1992) used WAY less makeup, fake eyelashes, fake hair, lip fillers, cheek fillers, contouring, teenage surgery, etc, R85.
They looked much more authentic (and less "plastic clone-like") than Gen Z (which is obsessed with Instagram & with "face-tuning" their faces via surgery to look like their Instagram filters). Gen Z is getting Botox at age 18-20 as a "preventative" measure. It's insane.
|by Anonymous||reply 86||03/09/2021|
Why haven't the sharp, tight circa 1980 jeans ever come back? I'd love to see the early Calvin Klein, Jordache, Gloria Vanderbuilt look come back in style. Ugly skinny jeans didn't count. Fuck 90s mom & dad jeans.
|by Anonymous||reply 87||03/09/2021|
These mom jeans have been going on for awhile. Hair stylists I know refuse to give anyone a mullet type haircut.
This being said, what I find most repulsive is the pairing of Carhart work gear that has yet to see any actual work. Of course, people wearing pristine Carhart jackets and overalls has been a subject of derision for years.
|by Anonymous||reply 88||03/09/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 89||03/09/2021|
R81 hahahahaha, classic.
I love these tweets, all so true..
[quote] I have zero recollection of millennials ever telling gen X what to wear. Like, I don’t know the first thing about gen x. Why is gen z so obsessed with millennials
[quote] gen z think they’re so much smarter than their parents for not falling for facebook conspiracy theories only to end up falling for tik tok conspiracy theories instead.
[quote] Z is just mad the Millennial are the BLUE PRINT. Gen Z is playing the in playground that millennials CREATED
[quote] You know who wore middle parts? My parents’ generation. Ditto mom jeans. In your effort to look cool you are emulating boomers. Let that sink in.
|by Anonymous||reply 90||03/09/2021|
Horrid. On Sunday I ran to the mall with my roommate and a group of her former Gen Z colleagues came by and greeted us. Beautiful girls and gorgeous men, slim, tall, young and wearing the hideous "mom jeans" which were literally cut above boxy and ugly Fila sneakers with huge coats....did nothing except to make them look like they were wearing hand me downs.
|by Anonymous||reply 91||03/09/2021|
They all look like Juggalos in JNCOs, only without the paint or the interesting insanity.
|by Anonymous||reply 92||03/09/2021|
For goodness' sake, don't tell them about Juggalos. They'll start copying that next.
|by Anonymous||reply 93||03/09/2021|
They look like fat pregnant women
|by Anonymous||reply 94||03/09/2021|
I wear classic 501s and I’m done with it.
|by Anonymous||reply 95||03/09/2021|
I’m waiting for these late 90s jeans to make a comeback. These were big with club kids to hip hop fans.
|by Anonymous||reply 96||03/09/2021|
Let them have their bad fashion moment. We all did. And it's not like they're really getting to show off during a pandemic.
|by Anonymous||reply 97||03/09/2021|
I dont get the hate for Gen Z. They're just kids who want to be creative and have fun. As for derivative factor. All fashion goes in cycles. I like that Zoomers have an entrepreneur spirit and are actually setting up shops on social media. They're making money and I respect that. As a millennial, the whole college to high paying job pipeline myth that schools and parents pushed onto us was a scam. So I envy the Zoomers who not falling into that and finding ways to make their money outside of the tradition.
|by Anonymous||reply 98||03/09/2021|
I remember the 2000s fashion when I was a teen with where everyone guy had bangs or a short cut and baggy hip-hop jeans, bling, hoodies and short sleeves over long sleeves. Then the guido fashion with the orange tan and gelled up hair. All the girls wearing uggs and apple bottom jeans and fake fur trimmed jackets.
|by Anonymous||reply 99||03/09/2021|
Doc Marten shoes have already come back as well.
|by Anonymous||reply 100||03/09/2021|
Funny, I was just in a Kohl's store today and saw a display of mom jeans shorts. There was even a sign that read "Mom Jeans are Back!!" My immediate reaction was "wtf?!!"
|by Anonymous||reply 101||03/09/2021|
Jorts coming back!
|by Anonymous||reply 102||03/09/2021|
Gen Z will be like Gen X, mostly ignored and forgotten, millennials were part of a mini baby boom meaning they will have a larger influence on culture for longer, like the boomers.
As a millennial, thank fuck I got to have skinny jeans and well fitted clothing, with clean hairstyles. I work out and my ass looks goooood in skinny jeans. This whole messy/ugly look that is becoming popular is horrible, it reminds me of being a kid in the early 2000s with all those baggy jeans and seeing pictures of the early 90s grunge, at least those people had the excuse of being on heroin and off their faces, Gen Z are just desperate to look different while trying their hardest not to rebel.
|by Anonymous||reply 103||03/09/2021|
Gay twinks are wearing these in Geneva and Zurich but think people mislabel them "mom" jeans because they remind me of 80s New Romantic or a kind of new wave street raggedy ann style. They are just wide legged and high watered but I seem to remember even that, from back then.
|by Anonymous||reply 104||03/09/2021|
R99 taking me BACK!
Plus everything had embroidery, graffiti design logos, or rhinestone crystals on it. From the sunnies to the tees to the jackets to the sneaks. EVER-Y-THING.
|by Anonymous||reply 105||03/09/2021|
[quote] I dont get the hate for Gen Z. They're just kids who want to be creative and have fun. As for derivative factor. All fashion goes in cycles.
It’s not “hate”, it’s ridicule, r98.
“Derivative” is not “creative”.
[quote] I like that Zoomers have an entrepreneur spirit and are actually setting up shops on social media.
Every generation has “entrepreneurs”. Millennials were already using YouTube to shill trainers (made by underpaid Chinese workers in sweatshops) long before Zoomers started using Insta to shill trainers (made by underpaid Chinese workers in sweatshops).
[quote] They're making money and I respect that.
And that’s why countries like the U.S. are likeley doomed. People just blindly “respect” and idolise wealth. Meanwhile society is deteriorating: the wealth gap is increasing; no affordable healthcare; no affordable higher ed for society; shortage of nurses, etc.
[quote] As a millennial, the whole college to high paying job pipeline myth that schools and parents pushed onto us was a scam. So I envy the Zoomers who not falling into that and finding ways to make their money outside of the tradition.
Yeah, who needs those old “traditional” high-paid jobs where money actually correlated with tangible value, like engineers, doctors, top scientists, etc. The U.S. doesn’t even have enough nurses anymore. But, hey, at least it has well-paid Zoomers twerking on Tik Tok! That’s going to make failing social infrastructure so much better!
|by Anonymous||reply 106||03/09/2021|
[quote] It’s not “hate”, it’s ridicule
Yes, it's so mature to make fun of younger people instead of just setting an example for them. Please, we all were self-conscious, self-absorbed and naive as teenagers. Why mock them for being teens and young adults?
[quote] “Derivative” is not “creative”.
Everything is derived from something. Nothing just pops out of nowhere. Creativity is more about taking something and doing something different with it. We all know Led Zeppelin and The Beatles derived their sound from Black American Blues artists but they added their own spin on it.
[quote] And that’s why countries like the U.S. are likeley doomed. People just blindly “respect” and idolise wealth. Meanwhile society is deteriorating: the wealth gap is increasing; no affordable healthcare; no affordable higher ed for society; shortage of nurses, etc.
That wealth gap has been an issue for decades due to Republican policies like deregulation, deindustrialization and privatization. There has been a war against the middle class and working class. Also the idolization of wealth was the backbone of American society. We were founded on Calvinist principles that asserted that God blessed people from birth with wealth. It's not something people just woke up and decided to do. The American Dream is old and the working class aspire for wealth because it makes life easier. It actually seems more and more people today are class conscious than they were in previous generations.
[quote] Yeah, who needs those old “traditional” high-paid jobs where money actually correlated with tangible value, like engineers, doctors, top scientists, etc. The U.S. doesn’t even have enough nurses anymore. But, hey, at least it has well-paid Zoomers twerking on Tik Tok! That’s going to make failing social infrastructure so much better!
You missed the point of what I was saying. There was a push for everyone to go college who had no academic interests. Many people ended up majoring in useless degrees like English, Journalism, Business, etc. Many people with college degrees are working at McDonalds, Macys and Starbucks etc. There should have ben an encouragement to pursue vocations like plumbing, electrician work, hairdressing, metal working, truck driving, construction, etc. If some kids are making money on TikTok then why hate on them, at least it's something and they are in control of their profits. They have no college debt to worry about.
TL;DR: Stop being so damn pretentious. There is a lot of injustice and inequality in the world but hating on young kids is not going to solve it.
|by Anonymous||reply 107||03/09/2021|
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|by Anonymous||reply 108||03/09/2021|
R1 You hit the nail on the head.
I ran track and field in high school (1997-2001) and college (2001-05) and everybody, male and female, loved low rise jeans because a runner's body has slim hips, but muscled thighs, so they fit us all great.
Now everybody's fat.
|by Anonymous||reply 109||03/09/2021|
You old cunts were all complaining about skinny jeans a couple of months ago!
|by Anonymous||reply 110||03/09/2021|
[quote] Yes, it's so mature to make fun of younger people instead of just setting an example for them. […] Why mock them for being teens and young adults?
This is not a site for “setting an example”. Go back to Mumsnet, Frau @ R107.
[quote] we all were self-conscious, self-absorbed and naive as teenagers.
Speak for yourself, Daisy Keech. I’ve seen many kids (especially in developing countries) who are anything but “self-absorbed”.
[quote] Creativity is more about taking something and doing something different with it
Zoomers haven’t done anything “different” with fashion and they didn’t “add their own spin on it”. That’s the point. It’s totally derivative.
[quote] That wealth gap has been an issue for decades due to Republican policies like deregulation, deindustrialization and privatization
Obama & Clinton were in power for 16 years. Biden & the Clintons have been more than chummy with Wall St. The 2-party archaic system exists so that each party can just pass the ball to each other forever & ever, and shut out any real new opposition. Don’t be a sheep.
[quote] Also the idolization of wealth was the backbone of American society. We were founded on Calvinist principles that asserted that God blessed people from birth with wealth. It's not something people just woke up and decided to do. The American Dream is old and the working class aspire for wealth because it makes life easier.
The U.S. was founded on the principle of stealing foreign land (half of an entire continent) and using unpaid stolen labor from a 3rd continent. Profiteering from slavery & gang racketeering on top of it, was the backbone of American society. The Robber Barons got their name for a reason.
“Deregulation” & “privatisation” (things that you bizarrely call “Republican”) have generally been a part of the U.S. economy. And “de-industrialisation” (outsourcing factories abroad to cut costs) has been greedily cheered on by both parties.
And, anyway, WTF do “Calvinist principles” have to do with useless Gen Z TikTokers. Calvinists at least built infrastructure, etc. TikTokers and Instahos are mostly just attention-seeking whores who get money because their horny audience wants to fuck them.
[quote] You missed the point of what I was saying. There was a push for everyone to go college who had no academic interests. Many people ended up majoring in useless degrees like English, Journalism, Business, etc. Many people with college degrees are working at McDonalds, Macys and Starbucks etc. There should have ben an encouragement to pursue vocations like plumbing, electrician work, hairdressing, metal working, truck driving, construction, etc.
Lol, you never made that “point”. Your point was: “I like that Zoomers have an entrepreneur spirit and are actually setting up shops on SOCIAL MEDIA”. So we’re discussing social media, not “metal work”, lol.
And, anyway, no matter how much “encouragement” you give, most of the iPad Z generation today (ESPECIALLY females) DON’T WANT to be “plumbers, electricians, truck drivers, electricians, work in construction”. Being a plumber is a dirty, grimey job. Being a trucker is mind-numbingly boring. Being a nurse and wiping patients’ asses after they poop & vomit is offputting. That’s why many young people (especially females) go to college & choose Mickey Mouse courses like “19th C Bisexual Literature”. Because they want to study smthg ‘fun’ or superficially ‘cool’, rather than smthg actually useful but grimey or boring.
|by Anonymous||reply 111||03/09/2021|
[quote]There seems to be an ugly trend going on right now.
Billie Eilish is to blame for all of this.
|by Anonymous||reply 112||03/09/2021|
[quote] There is a lot of injustice and inequality in the world but hating on young kids is not going to solve it.
Gen Z TikTokers are mostly not “young kids” anymore, Frau @ R107. E.g. famous Gen Z TikTokers in the Hype House are approaching their mid-20s. Zoomer Jake Paul is already starting to go bald.
And quit over-using the word “hate”, Taylor Swift. Snowflakes like you have ruined that word to the point that criticising, critiquing or laughing at anything now is immediately branded as “hate”. Such victim-card mentality (seeing everyone as either “victims” or “haters”) is getting tiresome even for fellow Millennials.
|by Anonymous||reply 113||03/09/2021|
It’s exclusively a trend for middle-class/upper middel-class teens. Urban working class teens are still sporting the white-sneakers-with-hoodie look as they’ve done since time immemorial.
|by Anonymous||reply 114||03/09/2021|
COME ON! you people are slacking! 114 replies in and nobody has posted the obligatory gif below?
|by Anonymous||reply 115||03/10/2021|
It seems that every pair of jeans that Amber Heard owns are Mom Jeans. They are unflattering. They make her waist look boxy and her butt look flat.
|by Anonymous||reply 116||03/10/2021|
[quote]Why haven't the sharp, tight circa 1980 jeans ever come back? I'd love to see the early Calvin Klein, Jordache, Gloria Vanderbuilt look come back in style
They weren't low-rise, but those designer jeans were made for an era of all-night parties and cocaine and were form-fitting in a way that very few people, even 20-year-olds, could pull off now. People are just more sedentary. Mom jeans are comfortable.
|by Anonymous||reply 117||03/10/2021|
mom jeans are not sexy
|by Anonymous||reply 118||03/11/2021|
These are the jeans they should be wearing.
|by Anonymous||reply 119||03/11/2021|
I'd rather see high waisted jeans than any other kind- it defines the waist and covers up a lot of fat I'd rather not see. I like that they are made of thicker material too.
|by Anonymous||reply 120||03/11/2021|
[quote] I like that they are made of thicker material too.
Too bad their skin isn't
|by Anonymous||reply 121||03/11/2021|
Breaking News!! Old people find young people's clothes to be unappealing and "not as good as the fashions in the 70s."
Tomorrow's top story, Exclusive interview with random 62 year old DL poster.! "They call that bloody music? That's just noise!"
|by Anonymous||reply 122||03/11/2021|
[quote]mom jeans are not sexy
Gen Z don't want to be sexy. They're largely prudes.
|by Anonymous||reply 123||03/11/2021|
R123 It's crazy how the majority of them seem to have almost a distaste for sex or anything sexy.
|by Anonymous||reply 124||03/12/2021|
It's a hideous look
|by Anonymous||reply 125||04/07/2021|