Worldwide Fashion Trends

Throughout the halls many girls are wearing the Superstar Adidas, modeled by Sophie Salzar, 8th grader.

Brynn Franckowiak

Throughout the halls many girls are wearing the Superstar Adidas, modeled by Sophie Salzar, 8th grader.

Throughout the halls many girls are wearing the Superstar Adidas, modeled by Sophie Salzar, 8th grader.
Brynn Franckowiak
Throughout the halls many girls are wearing the Superstar Adidas, modeled by Sophie Salzar, 8th grader.

By Brynn Franckowiak

Worldwide fashion sees trends from the past are coming back into style. Just like all retro fashion, one daring person wore an old trend, and then it became popular. So teens are joining the rest of the world in imitating the past.
“Gel shoes are coming back, I like them and they are so comfortable,” said Aimee Johnson, 8th grader. Although many like gel shoes there are a few who don’t.

“I think they are weird because they aren’t very cute,” said Lilly Taylor, 7th grader. Another fashion trend seen in the hallways this year is ripped jeans for boys.

“I think that ripped jeans are coming back and soon everyone will be wearing them,” said Parker Pogue, 8th grader. This opinion could be “ripped” in half all over DPMS.

“I do not like ripped jeans because I prefer a cleaner look rather than a ripped up mess,” said Caden Fairbourn, 7th grader. One of the most popular fashion trends is the black choker.

“I think they are stupid because they’re a choking hazard,” said Phillip Melo, 8th grader. Other students disagree and seem to value fashion more than comfort.

“Girls that wear chokers are cute,” said Jackson Light, 8th grader.