He's like a gay retarded version of Ryan gosling in drive
I remember the reverse seam trend when it first started in the 00s. I had a top with a butterfly on it with reverse seams (I was 6) and other kids were constantly asking me why I had my shirt on inside out. These clothes look cute in promo pics but in person it always looks tacky. A friend dragged me into urban outfitters the other day and I practically broke out in hives- It was like some kind of buffy cosplay emporium filled with 14 year olds who probably couldn't even tell you who Sarah Michelle Gellar is.Gonna have a boomer moment but I do not like the zoomer interpretation of "y2k fashion" I like SOME of the baggy pants, baby doll tees (when they FIT), mesh shirts over camis and the small sunglasses but the reverse seam thing is just god awful
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A lot of the neo-y2k looks just remind me of juggalettes and clown hookers lol. But there is just something super super try hard about it. I defo get this idea that women are wearing these fits because they want to look like insta pics but in actual practice IRL it just looks so strange to me. (a lot of young 20's late teen's girls and women in my area are actually dressing like this so i see it IRL a lot.)
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I used to have jelly sandals when i was a child in the 90's (maybe like 5 years old) and i lost one in the wet sand on the beach and washed out into the ocean lol. Also they get really sweaty and slippery and you slide around a lot in them.
Also sorry for formatting and quoting issues. I'm a bit of a noob here.
He's (poorly) disguising a receding hairline:There's this camp gay dude who apparently is in a boy band called Olly Alexander that shows up in TV stuff a fair bit these days. Seems like a nice bloke (for a wokebro, I guess) but I can't get over his micro bowl cut. I feel like he should be waiting on the abbot at a 13th century monastery. Someone get this poor man a barber.
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