This trend originally stemmed from a very British requirement that all guests must wear a hat to a wedding. That simple requirement somehow morphed and spread worldwide into the “fascinators” fad today.
These feathered and funky headpiece creations range from the beautiful to the downright bizarre. Ahem… we’re looking at you, Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice!
When you spot an enormous blue tote bag in the wild, the first thing that comes to mind is IKEA. Maybe that is why people have begun to make their own clothing and accessories out of these huge Ikea staples.
While wearing an Ikea bag dress sounds tempting, we are pretty much sold on the original version, A HUGE BAG. You can quite literally fit anything in those bags! They are great for carrying chairs, sporting goods, laundry, literally anything. The straps fit nicely over the shoulder and it is a very useful little item, not to mention reusing it is a great way to recycle!
When it comes to lips, women these days seem to think the bigger the better. Big lips are definitely a trend right now, and unfortunately, some people will do almost anything to get them.
When Kylie Jenner got her new lips, her social media following started to soar. People began to think if they had big lips, they would get a following as well. That's when the #kyliejennerlipchallenge started. People were sticking their lips into water bottles to make them swell up and look like they got injections. Yikes!
Big chunky knit sweaters are all the rage these days, but this one is just a bit over the top! It looks like those big knit throw blankets that are all over Instagram and Pinterest these days, you know, the ones that are knit using your arm instead of a knitting needle, since the yarn is so darn thick.
We are all for those thick blankets, but I think wearing one would be a little too much. Not to mention heavy, this thing probably weighs 40-50 pounds! We have to admit it would be cozy to wear one of these, but maybe not out of the house. It would be a great blanket house sweater, kind of like wearing a mobile sleeping bag. Okay, maybe we are on board after all.
While doing some research about this tongue trend, it seems to have started in Australia. A makeup artist accidentally got some glitter on her tongue and thought that it looked pretty cool, so she covered the whole tongue in glitter for a photoshoot. The rest is history. Be careful if you try this one - glitter can be toxic!