It seems like everybody these days, especially all over Instagram, are obsessed with eyebrows. Every day some new wild eyebrow trend pops up in our social media feeds to remind us that our eyebrows are in fact, subpar.
We are all here for a good groomed (yet perfectly messy) eyebrow, however, these eyebrow designs are just a bit over the top. What do you think about this trend? Would you wear an eyebrow squiggle? We could probably get on board to try the first two, but the other designs are a little bit too out of control.
Belt With No Cause
Possibly one of the clearest examples of fashion at time shaving ABSOLUTELY NO FUNCTION is the no-purpose-belt.
It's those big chunky belts that people for some reason or another drape around their waist as a mere accessory and not for the belt's intended purpose of holding your pants up. Give belts their purpose back!
We can’t tell if this over-oversized jumpsuit is fashion-forward or a total fail. Again, this strange fashion trend has seemed to gain attention from social media influencers. They have been posting photos in this jumpsuit and people seem to be responding well to it.
At least the color of this bizarre outfit is not blue and does not feature a model painted in blue, because it was giving off some serious Violet from "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" vibes. This trend has got us really confused but also gave us a good laugh, so for that reason, we are on board!
You know the old saying, “if you've got it, flaunt it!”? Well, while they are probably talking about flaunting physical features that people typically find attractive, this next bizarre fashion trend is all about flaunting your good old knees.
This pair of jeans, instead of having typically ripped knees, has clear knees. These are basically leg windows. Bizarre, right? These babies are sold at Nordstrom, which is known as a high-end retailer, so you know these will sell! The product description on the website for these jeans states that the plastic panels reveal your knees and have a futuristic feel. Who knew that knees were the future?
Big Block Crocs
Crocs were known, undeniably, as the most hideous breakout trend of the 2000s. Somehow, they have made a comeback, but not in the same way you may think.
In 2018, the high-end fashion designer Balenciaga came out with their own spin on a platform Croc. This basic, yet somehow cool, rubber shoe sold out in record-breaking time for a whopping $850 a pair!