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Subject: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: mc98 on 01/16/19 at 8:53 pm

This is another fashion trend of the late 2010s

https://scene7.zumiez.com/is/image/zumiez/pdp_hero/Petals-%26-Peacocks-Fragile-Orange-Cropped-Hoodie-_285346-front-US.jpg

https://www.shopakira.com/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/1800x/040ec09b1e35df139433887a97daa66f/c/h/champion-reverse-weave-cropped-logo-hoodie_red-spark_1.jpg

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: John Titor on 01/16/19 at 9:31 pm


This is another fashion trend of the late 2010s

https://scene7.zumiez.com/is/image/zumiez/pdp_hero/Petals-%26-Peacocks-Fragile-Orange-Cropped-Hoodie-_285346-front-US.jpg

https://www.shopakira.com/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/1800x/040ec09b1e35df139433887a97daa66f/c/h/champion-reverse-weave-cropped-logo-hoodie_red-spark_1.jpg



Welcome to 2014


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https://cdn.pbrd.co/images/HWNY7Lw.png

https://cdn.pbrd.co/images/HWNZgNI.png




https://fashionmagazine.com/spring-fashion-2013/crop-top-trend/
https://metro.co.uk/2014/03/27/springsummer-2014-fashion-oh-no-the-crop-top-is-back-4679615/


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Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: mc98 on 01/16/19 at 9:38 pm



Welcome to 2014


https://cdn.pbrd.co/images/HWNWqor.png

https://cdn.pbrd.co/images/HWNY7Lw.png




https://fashionmagazine.com/spring-fashion-2013/crop-top-trend/
https://metro.co.uk/2014/03/27/springsummer-2014-fashion-oh-no-the-crop-top-is-back-4679615/


Mods, Lock/Delete thread


Have you even look at the photos I posted? These hoodies are clearly the rage at my college.

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: John Titor on 01/16/19 at 9:40 pm


Have you even look at the photos I posted? These hoodies are clearly the rage at my college.


Crop Top Hoodies have been in since 2014 you are late AF

https://cdn.pbrd.co/images/HWNZgNI.png

Champion and that style on the arm has been back since 2015



Zumiez copied Balenciaga with that orange one, it came out in mid 2016, also crop hoodies with these kind of designs were big in 2014/2015
https://cdn.pbrd.co/images/HWO0JlO.png


https://pasteboard.co/HWO1Ha7.png

https://cdn.pbrd.co/images/HWO1Ha7.png





You are late AF

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: 2001 on 01/16/19 at 9:47 pm

Do you live in Florida?

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: John Titor on 01/16/19 at 9:48 pm


Do you live in Florida?


I live in Cali and I can tell you OP is LATEEEEE AF lol

For fashion in gen that whole crop top thing was big in 2014, and then the style with the stuff on the arms was big around the time Yeezy season took off.
Early 2016,mid 2010s.


https://cdn.pbrd.co/images/HWO1Ha7.png

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: mc98 on 01/16/19 at 9:48 pm


Do you live in Florida?


How do you know?

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: John Titor on 01/16/19 at 9:49 pm


How do you know?


FL is behind 6 years in fashion, and it makes sense that you would think those crop hoodies are a new thing

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: 2001 on 01/16/19 at 9:50 pm


I live in Cali and I can tell you OP is LATEEEEE AF lol

For fashion in gen that whole crop top thing was big in 2014, and then the style with the stuff on the arms was big around the time Yeezy season took off.


Yeah, I remember seeing crop top hoodies in 2015/2016. They might be becoming more popular though.

I was just saying that because it's -18°C (0°F) here and people aren't wearing crop anything ;D

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: John Titor on 01/16/19 at 9:51 pm


Yeah, I remember seeing crop top hoodies in 2015/2016. They might be becoming more popular though.

I was just saying that because it's -18°C (0°F) here and people aren't wearing crop anything ;D


I can't f*cking breathe at some of the threads people make on here LMAO

"hey guys I found this new trend"  lmao as soon as I read the title I was dying

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: mc98 on 01/16/19 at 9:53 pm


FL is behind 6 years in fashion, and it makes sense that you would think those crop hoodies are a new thing


Yeah, I guess. Any part in the U.S that isn't New York or the West Coast is behind in trends. I live around the Miami Metro area though

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: John Titor on 01/16/19 at 9:54 pm


Yeah, I guess. Any part in the U.S that isn't New York or the West Coast is behind in trends. I live around the Miami Metro area though


gotta come up the Cali way

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: 2001 on 01/16/19 at 10:07 pm


Yeah, I guess. Any part in the U.S that isn't New York or the West Coast is behind in trends. I live around the Miami Metro area though


I noticed the fashion trends in your area in October (you posted in another thread) were very summery too. I connected the dots :P Just goes to show how localized fashion can be.

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: mc98 on 01/16/19 at 10:12 pm


gotta come up the Cali way


But when I on Google Trends and typed "Cropped Hoodie", the clothing seemed to peak around December 2018.

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: KatanaChick on 01/16/19 at 11:21 pm

Crop sweaters have been a thing since...I can't remember when I first saw them exactly, but they're common enough in stores. Crop hoodies too. I see both as pointless because aren't sweaters and hoodies supposed to be to keep you warm?

Oversized is the trend now and if that's the case, just buy menswear.

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: John Titor on 01/16/19 at 11:58 pm


But when I on Google Trends and typed "Cropped Hoodie", the clothing seemed to peak around December 2018.


dude they were big in 2014/2015 , of course they are still going to be worn years after
2014 was the year they were the next big trend, and people still wore them for years after.
Even people have no clue about trends still buy them because that what stores like zumiez are selling.


But as far as fashion goes, Those cropped hoodies are not a new and upcoming trend at all.
It is not a key trend for 2019/2020 cycle.

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: mc98 on 01/17/19 at 12:22 am


dude they were big in 2014/2015 , of course they are still going to be worn years after
2014 was the year they were the next big trend, and people still wore them for years after.
Even people have no clue about trends still buy them because that what stores like zumiez are selling.


But as far as fashion goes, Those cropped hoodies are not a new and upcoming trend at all.
It is not a key trend for 2019/2020 cycle.


What fashion trends do you think will be part of 2019/2020?

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: John Titor on 01/17/19 at 12:32 am


What fashion trends do you think will be part of 2019/2020?


- Fashion -
Yellow will be a big color this year, Stripes will be back. The retirement of skinny jeans has already been underway.
Expect to see Skinny jeans gone by October 2019. There are a few new fashion changes this year based on the 2019
runways that were released in the last 2 months. The tiny sunglasses trend is gone, bigger glasses are back in, Waist
belts from the 2000s will be back. Bike shorts and Capri pants will be back in Q3 of 2019. Pet sleeves will be big this year.
Prep is also making a comeback. 2019 will be the last year for black hue, many black focused labels like Rick Owens have
shifted to a more colorful hue. Metallics are also back due to Dior. The hipster aesthetic in fashion is completely gone.
we are going for oversized everything once again this year, despite it already having dominated the catwalk for a few years now.
Eye-catching colors and multiple layers make for looks that really pop. One of the biggest fall/ winter 2018-2019 fashion trends
is the 3-5 layer style, particularly when using oversized and deconstructed pieces as seen at the Marni runway show. 80s
Broad shoulders are also coming back. Juicy Couture inspired clothing will make a comeback ala the early 2000s. Please remember
chain stores like Zara, H &m take what the runways do and convert to a more mass market scale, so expect stripped down versions
of these trends to hit these stores later (most likely Fall 2019)


The trends for 2019 are already out, the trends for the 2019-2020 season have already been displayed via the runway

https://cdn.pbrd.co/images/HQd8Aamj.png

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: 2001 on 01/17/19 at 4:51 am

Expect baggy jeans to be gone by 2024 along with their best friend T***p. Skinny jeans are immortal!

Also it's surprising how many of those trends I've jumped in on without even noticing, like wearing 5 layers or using contrasting colours (I'm starting to get bored of the latter though).

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: BornIn86 on 01/17/19 at 10:17 pm


- Fashion -
Yellow will be a big color this year, Stripes will be back. The retirement of skinny jeans has already been underway.
Expect to see Skinny jeans gone by October 2019. There are a few new fashion changes this year based on the 2019
runways that were released in the last 2 months. The tiny sunglasses trend is gone, bigger glasses are back in, Waist
belts from the 2000s will be back. Bike shorts and Capri pants will be back in Q3 of 2019. Pet sleeves will be big this year.
Prep is also making a comeback. 2019 will be the last year for black hue, many black focused labels like Rick Owens have
shifted to a more colorful hue. Metallics are also back due to Dior. The hipster aesthetic in fashion is completely gone.
we are going for oversized everything once again this year, despite it already having dominated the catwalk for a few years now.
Eye-catching colors and multiple layers make for looks that really pop. One of the biggest fall/ winter 2018-2019 fashion trends
is the 3-5 layer style, particularly when using oversized and deconstructed pieces as seen at the Marni runway show. 80s
Broad shoulders are also coming back. Juicy Couture inspired clothing will make a comeback ala the early 2000s. Please remember
chain stores like Zara, H &m take what the runways do and convert to a more mass market scale, so expect stripped down versions
of these trends to hit these stores later (most likely Fall 2019)


The trends for 2019 are already out, the trends for the 2019-2020 season have already been displayed via the runway

https://cdn.pbrd.co/images/HQd8Aamj.png


Normal people don't wear this sh!t.

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: 2001 on 01/18/19 at 5:02 am


Normal people don't wear this sh!t.


It's inspo. Like abstract art ;D

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: piecesof93 on 01/18/19 at 5:56 am

She's right. Cropped everything was huge in 2014/2015.

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: Howard on 01/18/19 at 7:37 am


Normal people don't wear this sh!t.


normal people wear casual clothing.

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: John Titor on 01/18/19 at 11:35 am


Normal people don't wear this sh!t.


You aren't getting anything I wrote do you, I have to excuse your lack of information on the subject


chains like Zara & Forever 21 make their own versions of whatever the runway does



In 2015 Kanye West came out with Yeezy Season, it was very polarising and many people said they would never wear it

https://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2016/06/17/08/355B41D800000578-3644981-Rumours_are_surfacing_online_that_high_street_chains_such_as_Zar-a-1_1466149752587.jpg


Flash foward to 2016 and every chain like Zara,Forever 21, all had beige shirts on them that copied the look


EVERYONE in 2016 was wearing some varation of yeezys look, Aldo even came out with their own Yeezy looking Sneaker.
Forever 21 started selling beige dad caps (similar to the ones from Yeezy season 1 2015 show)
Below is the chains interpretation of yeezy season.


https://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2016/06/17/08/355B409400000578-3644981-Zara_s_cream_over_sized_short_sleeve_sweatshirt_19_99_looks_simi-a-14_1466149992207.jpg

Do you know how many girls on instagram copied kim K's yeezy look in 2015?
Beige,military green, Tan etc etc


another example was Kanye West during Season 3's show, Forever 21 pretty much just made their own version of it

https://cdn.pbrd.co/images/HX30jRi.png

So you saying no one is going to wear that is kind of an ignorant statement, because these trends get scaled down months
later by other chains, you prob don't notice it because you don't pay attention to whats going on in fashion. Anything you
see in h&m in 7 months will be some variation of whats on the runway beyond a basic t shirt. As an example OP said he saw
girls in his school wearing the crop tops and I bet they were not even aware of their 2014 runway start, they just copped whatever
was on the shelf.

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: BornIn86 on 01/18/19 at 5:08 pm


You aren't getting anything I wrote do you, I have to excuse your lack of information on the subject


chains like Zara & Forever 21 make their own versions of whatever the runway does



In 2015 Kanye West came out with Yeezy Season, it was very polarising and many people said they would never wear it

https://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2016/06/17/08/355B41D800000578-3644981-Rumours_are_surfacing_online_that_high_street_chains_such_as_Zar-a-1_1466149752587.jpg


Flash foward to 2016 and every chain like Zara,Forever 21, all had beige shirts on them that copied the look


EVERYONE in 2016 was wearing some varation of yeezys look, Aldo even came out with their own Yeezy looking Sneaker.
Forever 21 started selling beige dad caps (similar to the ones from Yeezy season 1 2015 show)
Below is the chains interpretation of yeezy season.


https://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2016/06/17/08/355B409400000578-3644981-Zara_s_cream_over_sized_short_sleeve_sweatshirt_19_99_looks_simi-a-14_1466149992207.jpg

Do you know how many girls on instagram copied kim K's yeezy look in 2015?
Beige,military green, Tan etc etc


another example was Kanye West during Season 3's show, Forever 21 pretty much just made their own version of it

https://cdn.pbrd.co/images/HX30jRi.png

So you saying no one is going to wear that is kind of an ignorant statement, because these trends get scaled down months
later by other chains, you prob don't notice it because you don't pay attention to whats going on in fashion. Anything you
see in h&m in 7 months will be some variation of whats on the runway beyond a basic t shirt. As an example OP said he saw
girls in his school wearing the crop tops and I bet they were not even aware of their 2014 runway start, they just copped whatever
was on the shelf.


Nope to 70% of this.

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: Dundee on 01/18/19 at 5:33 pm

Holographic textures got some traction going throughout the late 2010s, but it definitely needs to be more widespread, especially with men's wear. I think it's just so really cool looking ;D

https://cdn1.thehunt.com/app/public/system/zine_images/11022952/zine_view_thumb/b0038eb5749d01fa55e90e20259727c1.jpeg

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: piecesof93 on 01/18/19 at 5:37 pm

I'm so happy to have a fellow yeezy fan on the board. :) @John T.

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: 2001 on 01/18/19 at 5:47 pm


Holographic textures got some traction going throughout the late 2010s, but it definitely needs to be more widespread, especially with men's wear. I think it's just so really cool looking ;D

https://cdn1.thehunt.com/app/public/system/zine_images/11022952/zine_view_thumb/b0038eb5749d01fa55e90e20259727c1.jpeg


Oh no, I don't like this trend. Thankfully it peaked in the mid-2010s (2015/2016) where I'm at. :P

If a piece of clothing looks like it will be out of fashion in 1-2 years, I avoid it unless it's $20 max at H&M and I really like it. ;D

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: John Titor on 01/18/19 at 6:30 pm


Nope to 70% of this.


I am sorry if you are ignorant to how fashion works, let me educate you on how this works again, because it seems
like you are lacking to realize how the industry works. Chain stores like Forever 21 and Zara copy and make condense versions of what the runway puts out. you may be unaware of this so let me educate you so you can understand better Don't mean to come off rude but just gotta fill you in !



Peace and love !!!
https://cdn.pbrd.co/images/HX5BNri.jpg

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: BornIn86 on 01/18/19 at 7:57 pm


I am sorry if you are ignorant to how fashion works, let me educate you on how this works again, because it seems
like you are lacking to realize how the industry works. Chain stores like Forever 21 and Zara copy and make condense versions of what the runway puts out. you may be unaware of this so let me educate you so you can understand better Don't mean to come off rude but just gotta fill you in !



Peace and love !!!
https://cdn.pbrd.co/images/HX5BNri.jpg


Ground control to Major Titor.

Nope to this.

Most people buy from The Gap, Old Navy, Target, Walmart and Levis.

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: John Titor on 01/18/19 at 8:42 pm


Ground control to Major Titor.

Nope to this.

Most people buy from The Gap, Old Navy, Target, Walmart and Levis.


that is not true Zara is the leader in fast fashion while Old Navy and The Gap have fallen off, you are kind of being ignorant on this subject.
No one really shops at walmart unless you live in like an area thats not much populated.  You know how OP said he saw girls wearing those
types of crop tops  (which means people in his school are wearing it. That hoodie is from ZUMIEZ btw) that means those girls are wearing a trend
that was created by Balenciaga and Vetements in 2016 &  condensed for mass  market, so right there what OP said proved you wrong.



You claim everyone shops at those outdated stores, yet a report in 2018 said ZARA is the leader in teen-adult consumer spending


https://cdn.pbrd.co/images/HX6teq3.png


And guess what trends ZARA & H&M copy ?  YEEZY. SAINT LAURENT, VETEMENTS, GUCCI


You pretty much lost your argument and are just saying no just to say no because you lost.
You are clueless when it comes to fashion.
It's not your fault tho, you just don't keep up with trends.

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: BornIn86 on 01/18/19 at 9:54 pm


that is not true Zara is the leader in fast fashion while Old Navy and The Gap have fallen off, you are kind of being ignorant on this subject.
No one really shops at walmart unless you live in like an area thats not much populated.  You know how OP said he saw girls wearing those
types of crop tops  (which means people in his school are wearing it. That hoodie is from ZUMIEZ btw) that means those girls are wearing a trend
that was created by Balenciaga and Vetements in 2016 &  condensed for mass  market, so right there what OP said proved you wrong.



You claim everyone shops at those outdated stores, yet a report in 2018 said ZARA is the leader in teen-adult consumer spending


https://cdn.pbrd.co/images/HX6teq3.png


And guess what trends ZARA & H&M copy ?  YEEZY. SAINT LAURENT, VETEMENTS, GUCCI


You pretty much lost your argument and are just saying no just to say no because you lost.
You are clueless when it comes to fashion.
It's not your fault tho, you just don't keep up with trends.



No one but 5 percent of the country cares about fast fashion.

I don't keep up with fast fashion, honey, cuz I don't care about fast fashion.

Anyway. I'm only concerned with mass fashion because one day we mass fashionistas are going to find all fast fashionistas and chop off their heads.



Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: Dundee on 01/18/19 at 10:01 pm


that is not true Zara is the leader in fast fashion while Old Navy and The Gap have fallen off, you are kind of being ignorant on this subject.
No one really shops at walmart unless you live in like an area thats not much populated.  You know how OP said he saw girls wearing those
types of crop tops  (which means people in his school are wearing it. That hoodie is from ZUMIEZ btw) that means those girls are wearing a trend
that was created by Balenciaga and Vetements in 2016 &  condensed for mass  market, so right there what OP said proved you wrong.



You claim everyone shops at those outdated stores, yet a report in 2018 said ZARA is the leader in teen-adult consumer spending


https://cdn.pbrd.co/images/HX6teq3.png


And guess what trends ZARA & H&M copy ?  YEEZY. SAINT LAURENT, VETEMENTS, GUCCI


You pretty much lost your argument and are just saying no just to say no because you lost.
You are clueless when it comes to fashion.
It's not your fault tho, you just don't keep up with trends.


Can you stop with the bold, size changes and caps lock by the way. It's obnoxious to read and you're not making your point anymore clear.

Thanks

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: xenzue on 01/18/19 at 11:12 pm


Ground control to Major Titor.

Nope to this.

Most people buy from The Gap, Old Navy, Target, Walmart and Levis.


For younger people in urban areas she's right. Zara and H&M are replacing Old Navy and The Gap especially with young millennial demographic (89-94). Online stores are also booming. Zara is already the largest apparel retailer in the world, by far surpassing any of those you've mentioned.

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: BornIn86 on 01/19/19 at 12:09 am


For younger people in urban areas she's right. Zara and H&M are replacing Old Navy and The Gap especially with young millennial demographic (89-94). Online stores are also booming. Zara is already the largest apparel retailer in the world, by far surpassing any of those you've mentioned.


Maybe.

Where's the evidence tho?

Never met a guy who bought from Zara and if no guys are buying from Zara then only 50% of the population is buying from Zara...but 50% of the population are not buying from Zara...

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: John Titor on 01/19/19 at 12:19 am


Maybe.

Where's the evidence tho?

Never met a guy who bought from Zara and if no guys are buying from Zara then only 50% of the population is buying from Zara...but 50% of the population are not buying from Zara...



https://cdn.pbrd.co/images/HX6teq3.png

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: BornIn86 on 01/19/19 at 12:23 am



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I'm not even gonna read this.

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: xenzue on 01/19/19 at 12:32 am


Maybe.

Where's the evidence tho?

Never met a guy who bought from Zara and if no guys are buying from Zara then only 50% of the population is buying from Zara...but 50% of the population are not buying from Zara...


idk if it's regional but Zara and H&M are especially popular with men 24-30 in my area, especially H&M. It's cheap and relatively fashionable.

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: John Titor on 01/19/19 at 12:51 am


I'm not even gonna read this.


Then stop asking for evidence

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: John Titor on 01/19/19 at 12:52 am


idk if it's regional but Zara and H&M are especially popular with men 24-30 in my area, especially H&M. It's cheap and relatively fashionable.


you are 100%,  Zara & Hm (moreso Zara due to H&m having that racist t shirt) having been dominating since 2012
I am kind of shocked some people still think GAP is like a leader

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: BornIn86 on 01/19/19 at 1:26 am


idk if it's regional but Zara and H&M are especially popular with men 24-30 in my area, especially H&M. It's cheap and relatively fashionable.


H&M...eh. They're big but most people in the US aren't fashionistas. I can see Europeans doing that whole thing but in the U.S.? We're not that big into fashion. We like to be more comfortable than fashionable. I get that I'm not in New York or L.A. but New York and L.A. but those cities mainly reflect their cities, not the country.

And GAP is still big. So are Ross and Marshalls. Seriously. Some of you guys live in a fkn bubble.

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: John Titor on 01/19/19 at 1:48 am


H&M...eh. They're big but most people in the US aren't fashionistas. I can see Europeans doing that whole thing but in the U.S.? We're not that big into fashion. We like to be more comfortable than fashionable. I get that I'm not in New York or L.A. but New York and L.A. but those cities mainly reflect their cities, not the country.

And GAP is still big. So are Ross and Marshalls. Seriously. Some of you guys live in a fkn bubble.

Are you in the year 2009, this must be a post from 2009...Marshalls Screamingggggg, I think the bubble is the other way around buddy

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: 2001 on 01/19/19 at 4:04 am

H&M is huge where I live. I swear there must be at least 50 of them in the Toronto area. It's not even a "fashionista" store anymore, like, it's really basic. Everyone goes there. For some reason, Zara can only be found in the hinterlands, so I don't get to go there often. TBH the only clothes I bought from Zara fell apart very quickly, and I still have H&M clothes from 10 years ago, so you know which store I prefer :P

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: Howard on 01/19/19 at 1:40 pm


Holographic textures got some traction going throughout the late 2010s, but it definitely needs to be more widespread, especially with men's wear. I think it's just so really cool looking ;D

https://cdn1.thehunt.com/app/public/system/zine_images/11022952/zine_view_thumb/b0038eb5749d01fa55e90e20259727c1.jpeg


So this is the "in" clothing? It's awful!  ::)

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: BornIn86 on 01/19/19 at 2:19 pm


H&M is huge where I live. I swear there must be at least 50 of them in the Toronto area. It's not even a "fashionista" store anymore, like, it's really basic. Everyone goes there. For some reason, Zara can only be found in the hinterlands, so I don't get to go there often. TBH the only clothes I bought from Zara fell apart very quickly, and I still have H&M clothes from 10 years ago, so you know which store I prefer :P


H&M I actually believe. They're popular with both sexes.

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: BornIn86 on 01/19/19 at 2:20 pm


Then stop asking for evidence


I'm asking for evidence from literally everyone else.

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: John Titor on 01/19/19 at 4:09 pm


I'm asking for evidence from literally everyone else.


and they are telling u the same thing I said
Zara & Hm has dominated for years
and Uniqlo since 2016

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: xenzue on 01/19/19 at 11:29 pm


H&M...eh. They're big but most people in the US aren't fashionistas. I can see Europeans doing that whole thing but in the U.S.? We're not that big into fashion. We like to be more comfortable than fashionable. I get that I'm not in New York or L.A. but New York and L.A. but those cities mainly reflect their cities, not the country.

And GAP is still big. So are Ross and Marshalls. Seriously. Some of you guys live in a fkn bubble.


I don't want to sound conceited or anything but H&M is basically the standard at this point. It's not even considered that fashionable to be honest. Like affordability, comfort and decent style is what H&M excels at. They make so much money it doesn't hurt for them to open a store in a random suburb. They're not exclusive or unpopular by any measure at all, they're the largest clothing retailer in the world in terms of revenue, while Zara is the largest in terms of stores opened.

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: BornIn86 on 01/20/19 at 2:16 am


I don't want to sound conceited or anything but H&M is basically the standard at this point. It's not even considered that fashionable to be honest. Like affordability, comfort and decent style is what H&M excels at. They make so much money it doesn't hurt for them to open a store in a random suburb. They're not exclusive or unpopular by any measure at all, they're the largest clothing retailer in the world in terms of revenue, while Zara is the largest in terms of stores opened.


You don't sound conceited.  :P

I don't doubt H&M's mass appeal but they definitely are not "the standard". Here are some links backing me up.

https://www.businessinsider.com/biggest-clothing-companies-in-america-2018-10

https://stores.org/2017/06/26/top-100-retailers-mass-apparel/

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: John Titor on 01/20/19 at 11:04 am


I don't want to sound conceited or anything but H&M is basically the standard at this point. It's not even considered that fashionable to be honest. Like affordability, comfort and decent style is what H&M excels at. They make so much money it doesn't hurt for them to open a store in a random suburb. They're not exclusive or unpopular by any measure at all, they're the largest clothing retailer in the world in terms of revenue, while Zara is the largest in terms of stores opened.


Don't argue with him he is clueless about what has been going on for the past several years, if someone can't figure out why Zara & Uniqlo have been leading just end the conversation, he will never get it lol

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: BornIn86 on 01/21/19 at 12:30 am


Don't argue with him he is clueless about what has been going on for the past several years, if someone can't figure out why Zara & Uniqlo have been leading just end the conversation, he will never get it lol


As far as I'm concerned, I'm not arguing with Xenzue, I'm having a discussion with them.

You, on the other hand, I'm just trying my best not to be the worst ahole I can be.

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: mc98 on 01/21/19 at 12:41 am


- Fashion -
Yellow will be a big color this year, Stripes will be back. The retirement of skinny jeans has already been underway.
Expect to see Skinny jeans gone by October 2019. There are a few new fashion changes this year based on the 2019
runways that were released in the last 2 months. The tiny sunglasses trend is gone, bigger glasses are back in, Waist
belts from the 2000s will be back. Bike shorts and Capri pants will be back in Q3 of 2019. Pet sleeves will be big this year.
Prep is also making a comeback. 2019 will be the last year for black hue, many black focused labels like Rick Owens have
shifted to a more colorful hue. Metallics are also back due to Dior. The hipster aesthetic in fashion is completely gone.
we are going for oversized everything once again this year, despite it already having dominated the catwalk for a few years now.
Eye-catching colors and multiple layers make for looks that really pop. One of the biggest fall/ winter 2018-2019 fashion trends
is the 3-5 layer style, particularly when using oversized and deconstructed pieces as seen at the Marni runway show. 80s
Broad shoulders are also coming back. Juicy Couture inspired clothing will make a comeback ala the early 2000s. Please remember
chain stores like Zara, H &m take what the runways do and convert to a more mass market scale, so expect stripped down versions
of these trends to hit these stores later (most likely Fall 2019)


The trends for 2019 are already out, the trends for the 2019-2020 season have already been displayed via the runway

https://cdn.pbrd.co/images/HQd8Aamj.png


I went to F21 today and I saw a metallic coat that looks similar to the third photo. There is also a Youtubers React video about oversized fashion released just today.

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: John Titor on 01/21/19 at 2:23 am


I went to F21 today and I saw a metallic coat that looks similar to the third photo. There is also a Youtubers React video about oversized fashion released just today.



Looks I just won the debate with born lol

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: BornIn86 on 01/21/19 at 5:05 am



Looks I just won the debate with born lol


...sure. Whatever,

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: John Titor on 01/21/19 at 11:15 am


...sure. Whatever,


thank u for losing with grace

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: 2001 on 01/21/19 at 2:09 pm


I went to F21 today and I saw a metallic coat that looks similar to the third photo. There is also a Youtubers React video about oversized fashion released just today.


I'll have to check that one out.

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: mxcrashxm on 01/22/19 at 7:40 pm

I have to agree with the Born86 user. I honestly haven't heard of Zara until I looked it up a few days ago and H&M is only found at the malls where I live. The retail stores I see more often are Macy's, JC Penney's, Kohls, Burlington, Ross, Old Navy and then Target and Walmart which also sells fashion too.

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: John Titor on 01/22/19 at 8:51 pm


I have to agree with the Born86 user. I honestly haven't heard of Zara until I looked it up a few days ago and H&M is only found at the malls where I live. The retail stores I see more often are Macy's, JC Penney's, Kohls, Burlington, Ross, Old Navy and then Target and Walmart which also sells fashion too.



scary, it possible there are no Zaras near u

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: karen on 01/23/19 at 11:30 am



scary, it possible there are no Zaras near u


The stores will not be evenly distributed across the states.  Only figures I can find are for 2015 which says it expects there to be just over 60 stores in the US, with 8 of these being in Manhattan. Stands to reason that some states may not have Zara at all

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: mxcrashxm on 01/23/19 at 11:49 am



scary, it possible there are no Zaras near u
There's only 2 in my county while there are 9 H&M outlets. Still, that's not a lot compared to the rest I mentioned.

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: shadowcookie on 01/23/19 at 11:50 am

I used to like H&M more when I was younger but I haven’t bought anything from there in years. It’s still undeniably popular though.

Zara is popular but I thought it was a bit more.. exclusive? It’s at the higher end of the mainstream in terms of price. Definitely not a place you’d shop at on a budget.

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: John Titor on 01/23/19 at 11:52 am


I used to like H&M more when I was younger but I haven’t bought anything from there in years. It’s still undeniably popular though.

Zara is popular but I thought it was a bit more.. exclusive? It’s at the higher end of the mainstream in terms of price. Definitely not a place you’d shop at on a budget.


Zara clothing falls apart after 4 months, they just copy what the runway is doing and put their own spin on it with worse materials

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: 2001 on 01/23/19 at 12:18 pm


Zara clothing falls apart after 4 months, they just copy what the runway is doing and put their own spin on it with worse materials


Yep, Zara is rubbish quality. A green jean jacket from them has pink stains like it got bleached or something after 2 months (I didn't use bleach when washing—fortunately it's on the back of the collar where no one can see it) and a yellow crew neck shirt I bought from them has turned into a u-neck. These clothes I bought back in September. I hope they don't get popular here.

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: shadowcookie on 01/23/19 at 12:21 pm


Zara clothing falls apart after 4 months, they just copy what the runway is doing and put their own spin on it with worse materials


I never bought anything from Zara so I wouldn’t know. My preference for clothing is River Island.

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: 2001 on 01/25/19 at 6:17 pm

Omg Jean Machine (Canadian denim retailer) is going out of business. That place was my teenagehood... I bought my first pair of skinnies there. I'm crying.  :\'(

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: Dundee on 01/25/19 at 7:06 pm


Omg Jean Machine (Canadian denim retailer) is going out of business. That place was my teenagehood... I bought my first pair of skinnies there. I'm crying.  :\'(
ono the 2010s are coming to an end!

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: BornIn86 on 01/25/19 at 7:26 pm


ono the 2010s are coming to an end!


I'm not too excited about the new fashion. I don't care what anybody says, color block clothes are on the rise in a big way and I'm not really feeling it.

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: 2001 on 01/25/19 at 7:31 pm


ono the 2010s are coming to an end!


It was more of a 1980s-2000s thing. Lululemon killed it.  :\'(

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: 2001 on 01/25/19 at 7:34 pm


I'm not too excited about the new fashion. I don't care what anybody says, color block clothes are on the rise in a big way and I'm not really feeling it.


I love 2018/2019 fashion. I like the earthy-autumn colours, colourblocks, and it even managed to make oversized clothing look cool ;D Some clothes look straight out of 1998 or 2001 and help me remember what it was like when I was a kid.

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: BornIn86 on 01/25/19 at 7:41 pm


I love 2018/2019 fashion. I like the earthy-autumn colours, colourblocks, and it even managed to make oversized clothing look cool ;D Some clothes look straight out of 1998 or 2001 and help me remember what it was like when I was a kid.


I like the colorblock clothes Tommy Hilfiger has been putting out but I really don't care for a lot of the rest.

I'll admit that the oversized aspect isn't all that bad. It's like they slimmed it down to be more fitted.

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: John Titor on 01/25/19 at 8:41 pm


I'm not too excited about the new fashion. I don't care what anybody says, color block clothes are on the rise in a big way and I'm not really feeling it.



No they are not they were on the rise in 2013/2014, you are LATE with trends ;)

https://www.sparklesandshoes.com/2013/03/thursday-trend-color-block-dresses/
https://www.vogue.it/en/trends/vogue-manias/2013/04/color-combination

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: Dundee on 01/25/19 at 9:54 pm


I'm not too excited about the new fashion. I don't care what anybody says, color block clothes are on the rise in a big way and I'm not really feeling it.
I too am not a big fan about this new color block trend that taking places lately! I'm more of a color coordinated kinda guy you may say ;D

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: John Titor on 01/25/19 at 9:58 pm


I too am not a big fan about this new color block trend that taking places lately! I'm more of a color coordinated kinda guy you may say ;D


its not new it emerged in 2013



https://www.sparklesandshoes.com/2013/03/thursday-trend-color-block-dresses/
https://www.vogue.it/en/trends/vogue-manias/2013/04/color-combination
https://www.harpersbazaar.com/fashion/trends/g2474/new-color-blocking-runway-spring-2013/


Nice Baiting

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: mc98 on 01/25/19 at 10:05 pm

These are the color blocks that are popular now.

https://di2ponv0v5otw.cloudfront.net/posts/2018/03/08/5aa179cb5512fd7318e95139/m_5aa179e7739d4869882149ad.jpg

https://s7d9.scene7.com/is/image/zumiez/cat_max/FILA-Flaminio-Navy%2C-Red-%26-White-Color-Blocked-Hoodie-_304908.jpg

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: John Titor on 01/25/19 at 10:10 pm


These are the color blocks that are popular now.

https://di2ponv0v5otw.cloudfront.net/posts/2018/03/08/5aa179cb5512fd7318e95139/m_5aa179e7739d4869882149ad.jpg

https://s7d9.scene7.com/is/image/zumiez/cat_max/FILA-Flaminio-Navy%2C-Red-%26-White-Color-Blocked-Hoodie-_304908.jpg


Those have been popular since 2013, Fila has also come back in recent years.
Very very late.

https://cdn.pbrd.co/images/HYb5BMs.png

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: BornIn86 on 01/26/19 at 2:08 am

Yo Titor. Can you find a post before 2017 where you mentioned color block clothes? I  mean.  You're so up to date and all.

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: 2001 on 01/26/19 at 7:08 am


I too am not a big fan about this new color block trend that taking places lately! I'm more of a color coordinated kinda guy you may say ;D


Technically, you don't need "colourblock clothes" to colourblock. You can colourblock with your shirt/trousers/shoes etc.

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: Dundee on 01/26/19 at 7:44 am


These are the color blocks that are popular now.

https://di2ponv0v5otw.cloudfront.net/posts/2018/03/08/5aa179cb5512fd7318e95139/m_5aa179e7739d4869882149ad.jpg

https://s7d9.scene7.com/is/image/zumiez/cat_max/FILA-Flaminio-Navy%2C-Red-%26-White-Color-Blocked-Hoodie-_304908.jpg
Oh wow yeah they really exploded in popularity laterly!

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: John Titor on 01/26/19 at 10:41 am


Yo Titor. Can you find a post before 2017 where you mentioned color block clothes? I  mean.  You're so up to date and all.



https://stylecaster.com/color-blocked-clothes/
https://www.elle.com/fashion/g2508/its-all-about-block-party-561532/
http://colorfullybehr.bcdesignhaus.com/2013-color-trend-collection/
https://www.refinery29.com/en-us/how-to-color-block
https://www.underwearexpert.com/2014/06/trend-story-color-blocking/
http://www.mtv.com/news/2520119/golden-globes-2014-color-blocking/

https://cdn.pbrd.co/images/HYfYPnL.png

I have a color block pic of myself from facebook in 2013, I may have to upload it

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: John Titor on 01/26/19 at 10:41 am


Oh wow yeah they really exploded in popularity laterly!

its not a new trend that has emerged it came out on the rise in 2013

https://stylecaster.com/color-blocked-clothes/
https://www.elle.com/fashion/g2508/its-all-about-block-party-561532/
http://colorfullybehr.bcdesignhaus.com/2013-color-trend-collection/
https://www.refinery29.com/en-us/how-to-color-block
https://www.underwearexpert.com/2014/06/trend-story-color-blocking/
http://www.mtv.com/news/2520119/golden-globes-2014-color-blocking/

https://cdn.pbrd.co/images/HYfYPnL.png

I have a color block pic of myself from facebook in 2013, I may have to upload it

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: BornIn86 on 01/26/19 at 11:00 am



https://stylecaster.com/color-blocked-clothes/
https://www.elle.com/fashion/g2508/its-all-about-block-party-561532/
http://colorfullybehr.bcdesignhaus.com/2013-color-trend-collection/
https://www.refinery29.com/en-us/how-to-color-block
https://www.underwearexpert.com/2014/06/trend-story-color-blocking/
http://www.mtv.com/news/2520119/golden-globes-2014-color-blocking/

https://cdn.pbrd.co/images/HYfYPnL.png

I have a color block pic of myself from facebook in 2013, I may have to upload it


I didn't make myself clear. I meant a post made by you on this forum.

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: BornIn86 on 01/26/19 at 11:02 am

People have been color blocking for a very long time.

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: John Titor on 01/26/19 at 11:09 am


People have been color blocking for a very long time.


https://stylecaster.com/color-blocked-clothes/
https://www.elle.com/fashion/g2508/its-all-about-block-party-561532/
http://colorfullybehr.bcdesignhaus.com/2013-color-trend-collection/
https://www.refinery29.com/en-us/how-to-color-block
https://www.underwearexpert.com/2014/06/trend-story-color-blocking/
http://www.mtv.com/news/2520119/golden-globes-2014-color-blocking/

https://cdn.pbrd.co/images/HYfYPnL.png



It was more of an early 90s trend that came back in 2013


Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: BornIn86 on 01/26/19 at 7:48 pm


https://stylecaster.com/color-blocked-clothes/
https://www.elle.com/fashion/g2508/its-all-about-block-party-561532/
http://colorfullybehr.bcdesignhaus.com/2013-color-trend-collection/
https://www.refinery29.com/en-us/how-to-color-block
https://www.underwearexpert.com/2014/06/trend-story-color-blocking/
http://www.mtv.com/news/2520119/golden-globes-2014-color-blocking/

https://cdn.pbrd.co/images/HYfYPnL.png




It was more of an early 90s trend that came back in 2013


More like the 50s but I know hardcore fashionistas like yourself can get these things wrong. It's okay tho.

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: John Titor on 01/26/19 at 7:55 pm


More like the 50s but I know hardcore fashionistas like yourself can get these things wrong. It's okay tho.


The recent trend of colorblocking means in this decade not 50's. but its ok to be a troll

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: 2001 on 01/26/19 at 8:45 pm

The colourblocking of 2013-2016 involved coordinating the entire outfit, as you can see in those Golden Globe pics. The trend of colourblocking within the same item (usually the top) is more recent, however. Maybe it started earlier than 2017, but there's no denying that it was in 2017 when it really took off and it continues to gain popularity.

Subject: Re: Crop Hoodie: Fashion of the Late 2010s

Written By: BornIn86 on 01/26/19 at 9:08 pm


The colourblocking of 2013-2016 involved coordinating the entire outfit, as you can see in those Golden Globe pics. The trend of colourblocking within the same item (usually the top) is more recent, however. Maybe it started earlier than 2017, but there's no denying that it was in 2017 when it really took off and it continues to gain popularity.


Thanks, Slowpoke. I've caught so many of your kind in Pokemon Go...even when Pokemon Go stopped being fashionable.  8)

Speaking of fashionable...when I speak on fashion, I speak honestly, and in good faith. I don't care that much about the latest fashion. When like me got something to say about fashion, you know something is up. I'm content with wearing the flannel and jeans forever, so when I, a troglodyte, see changes, it matters.

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