I’m not actually sure if I remember, but know I definitely did not participate in this trend the first go round. I, for sure, had a few angora sweaters (cropped and otherwise) back in the day, but as for this especially fuzzy sweater trend, I have no recollection. That might lead one to believe that it’s “new” but for one we all know that nothing is truly “new” and the fact that many of these styles have been labeled as “retro” I’m led to believe that perhaps I passed into a temporary coma for the fifteen minutes in the 90’s that these sweaters stole the stage. Having seen more than a few late teen/early twenty year olds sport the trend leads me to believe we are going to have to decide whether to love it or leave it like the Muppets left Manhattan.
I realize that there are now girls old enough to drink (legally), but not old enough to know who the hell Kurt Cobain is. That doesn’t dissuade me from wearing one of my favorite t-shirts though. I’ve had this shirt for a while now, and I”m not sure I’ll ever get rid of it. Yes, that’ll be me. The 65 year old woman wearing a cut off t-shirt in the grocery line. So? I like to pair it with the unexpected. For this rendition, I’ve topped off a sweet pair of lace shorts with my less than ladylike t-shirt. I specialize in contradictions.
We already know the 90’s grunge look is making a bit of a comeback, so now’s the time to revel in a bit of nostalgia by digging out those old concert t-shirts and making them new again. And no, ‘N Sync isn’t vintage… yet.
Walking around New York City this past week, I have seen SO many people decked out in fur. It’s is painfully cold, but I don’t recall ever seeing the citizens of Manhattan ever donning so much fur. Rather than piss off PETA, I have collected seven stellar FAUX fur styles that are certain to keep you all warm and fuzzy.