By Melanie Limon | Staff Writer |
Skinny Jeans are out but flare pants are in?!
Who knew that skinny jeans would ever go out of style? Apparently, the new trend this season are flare pants cropped flares to be exact.
The ’70s are making a strong comeback with jeans fitted at the waist and thighs and flared out below the knee and cropped just right above the ankle.
The brand Marques’ Almeida specifically has set a domino effect in bringing back flared pants with its casual and wearable designs.
Websites like Elle also provide different selections for flared pants enthusiast.
Rihanna launches new beauty and stylist agency
The singer Rihanna is not only focused on music at the moment but also on launching her own beauty agency called Fr8me, she announced on Nov. 11 to The Hollywood Reporter magazine.
“The agency will include some of the best makeup artists, hair dressers and wardrobe stylists which will help those in the beauty and fashion field book work on commercials, editorial shoots, ad campaigns and for red carpet events,” according to Dailymail.com.
While the agency focuses on obtaining the best staff possible, Rihanna also hopes to incorporate some new talent.
Covering up grown in roots? No more! it’s all about Glitter Roots this season.
The Internet (Instagram and Tumblr specifically), is being flooded with pictures of women with their hair roots covered in glitter.
The trend might have started in attempts at actually covering roots or it could just be an excuse to pour glitter all over their heads.
“Sometimes it’s fine, concentrated lines of glitter. Other times, it’s a buttload of sparkles,” stated Buzzfeed.
“I Wish I Could Wear” Campaign encourages women to embrace their flaws.
The people over at Amazon Fashion Europe hope to change peoples perspective on what women of certain shapes, sizes and colors should and should not wear.
The company showcased a plus sized activist, a model with albinism and three non-models on Twitter to display how incredible they are in clothes that society would not likely see them in based on their specific body types.
According to BuzzFeed Life, Amazon Fashion Content Director Siobhan Mallen said, “We created this campaign with the hope that it would help to empower women to wear what they like, and not feel limited by their perceived flaws.”
Target gets in trouble over holiday sweater.
Target brought out their new selection of holiday sweaters for the upcoming season and it wasn’t long until comments from angry customers began flooding in about one sweater in particular.
The sweater that has raised a lot of controversy, bears the phrase “Obsessive Christmas Disorder” which has customers believing the company is insensitive towards those with mental illness.
“Will you guys be coming out with a joke sweater about people with cancer too? ” asked one OCD awareness group according to BuzzFeed.