To the millennial, thrifting is a unique way to add one-of-a-kind pieces of clothing to your wardrobe. It is also a great way to save money on clothing. Most items at thrift stores have lived on Earth longer than you. The trends seen today were trends created years ago. The best part about thrifting is that you'll find the same trendy pieces you'll see at the mall, only for a cheaper price. Thrifting is not only a way to cheaply express your personality through style; it is a helpful way to fight against pollution and climate change.
I've noticed how much social media use has turned sour. When I created social media accounts back in high school, it was just plain fun. I would update people on what I was doing, thinking, eating, and posted a lot of pictures with my friends.
I have watched a few documentaries, such as "What the Health," and read a few books that have brought to my attention that maybe eating meat isn't the healthiest option. Our entire lives we have seen meat as an essential to our diets and it even has it's own category on the food pyramid. But today, people are realizing that might not be right. We can still get protein from other foods such as plants and nuts.
Biker shorts. Who would've thought they would've been roaming around today? These shorts that resemble commonly unpopular Bermuda shorts are looking like they're here to stay. Also called cycling shorts, these shorts that cut off before the knees and aren't worn by just bicyclists anymore.
New York Fashion Week (NYFW) began in 1943, and a lot has changed in the fashion world since then. Instead of holding each show on the same runway, they are placed all over New York City outside and on rooftops. Inclusivity is more important than ever, and the runway is the best place to represent that.
The perfect vacation shouldn't stress you out before you even get there. That defeats the whole purpose of a vacation.