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Old Today, 03:31 PM
 
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But...but...but...


We're Millennials! Everything we do is new and innovative and hip! Don't tell me my new expression is 90 years old! ARRRRRGGGGHHH!



Ita about grandpa jeans not being ďhipĒ.......

They are awful IMO.......so....not all millennials have the same taste in fashion......
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Old Today, 09:09 PM
 
Location: Vallejo
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Same here, those young women wearing jeans look like they were spray painted on, and one wonders how they can walk in them. Most however, are not wearing jeans, but yoga pants, most with areas of netting "windows" on them.
Fairly common here. It's a resurgence of a '90s trend that was probably a resurgence of some trend that dates back before the '90s.
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Old Today, 09:12 PM
 
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Ita about grandpa jeans not being “hip”.......

They are awful IMO.......so....not all millennials have the same taste in fashion......
More gen X and post-Millenial than Millenial. Maybe with younger Millenials as well. Most us Millenials are in our 30s now and it's more of a trend with teenagers to maybe mid/late 20s than people in their 30s. It never went completely out of style but most Millenials going for that look were edgier than now or the '90s when it was a mainstream trend.
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Old Today, 09:37 PM
 
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More gen X and post-Millenial than Millenial. Maybe with younger Millenials as well. Most us Millenials are in our 30s now and it's more of a trend with teenagers to maybe mid/late 20s than people in their 30s. It never went completely out of style but most Millenials going for that look were edgier than now or the '90s when it was a mainstream trend.


Um...not really just teenagers tho...some of us that are in our 30s....(Iím 31)..single & no kids....love fashion trends! Paris Hilton is 38 & wears grandpa jeans....BUT yuck... I donít like them. We can love fashion....but we donít have to love everything...we know what we like & what looks good on our bodies.....

Itís not really age IMO......teens usually canít afford or want the looks from the runways......& they will wear stuff differently. Trending camo that a teen wears is going to be different than how a 30 yr old puts it together.....or what pieces she puts together......

Itís all in making it yours & what you do with it.....itís not just grabbing a pair of jeans off the rack & putting it on because itís trendy........or because of how old you are.....
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