Trends Around School



Bubble speech with cut out phrase “trends” in the paper.

Many people think that if they want to be cool, they have to follow the popular trends, but I’m here to tell you that you don’t have to! You should always be yourself and wear what you love, and who knows, maybe you might set a new trend by doing so.

Trends Around School

Why are ripped jeans against dress code you ask?  Well holes can cause a distraction among students in an environment that is for learning. Students may pull of the strings and make the wholes larger. On the contrary, you can have them patched above the knee. A different opinion is, “Ripped anything, even if they’re those jeans that you buy already distressed, it’s just bad form to wear ripped clothing. Wearing ripped clothing suggests you have no respect for your workplace environment. If it has a hole, mend it.” Love them or hate them, there’s no denying ripped and distressed jeans will be in the limelight in 2020. Balance the casual, undone look with a sophisticated high-neck blouse or a polished blazer as seen at Givenchy.


Tik Tok

The well-known app, Tik Tok, allows those with even the smallest followings to “go viral,” and become online celebrities overnight. TikTok also has the standard features that you’d expect from a social network including direct messaging and the option to “like” videos. TikTok also provides a framework that makes it easier for people to create — especially if they don’t know what else to do. These creators are starting younger than ever before. For example, the TikTok app gives people tools like filters, control over video speed, access to professional audio and more. All in all TikTok can be a creative, social outlet.



What is your opinion on these trends? Are you a trend follower or a trend setter? Are there any more fads you can think of?