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fashion trend predictions for 2004

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walter van bierendock will gain popularity. the man is a genius.

 

and i agree that versace will come back with a vengeance. in my opinion, it never left.

 

trucker hats must go!! :mad:

 

hmmm let's see....curly hair will be "in." people will no longer aspire to have that straight-haired, shaggy, swept-across the forehead shit. it's all about having a big semi-curly mess (like me) or a cancer cut.

 

and unfortunately, makeup for men will be in. jean paul gaultier recently came out with a line of makeup for guys. it all looks pretty natural, except for dark heroin eyes, bu it's the epitome of gayness

 

:(

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Originally posted by E MARTYR

wearing your bitches panties around your belt as a sign of "hitting them" will be so in, in 2004.

 

YEAH, I AGREE!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOT!

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i predict brown and/or cream colored shoes on graff writers will stay popular for about another month or two and then something new will happen.

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my friend already wears the puma wrestling boots and i think its fucking stupid.

 

 

i've been wearing makeup for a grip too.. but only cover up... thought about an eye treatment because i look like a deadman but what can ya do.

 

 

 

anyone able to snag me some energie?

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Wrestling boots

Trucker hats will no longer be an anti fashion/pro redneck statement and will become a stupid trendy look

The emo look will come in:

-Tighter jeans for guys

-Black short hair on women

-Pinstripes and polka dots will come in to style

-Black and pink will be the new hot color combo

The phrase "NOT!" will make a comeback, as will all things lame from the early 90s and mid-late 80s [the retroness has already begun for that time period]

Briefs will overtake boxers once again

Gay culture will be sold out more

Advertising companies will successfully convince men that they will never be good/hot enough and makeup for men will be a growth industry

chinchilla skin hot sauce carriers.
These will fly off the shelves.

 

Everything formerly cool and subcultural will be co-opted by the mainstream and exploited for profit.:sick: :twitch: :sick: :twitch: :sick:

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some kind of new flourescent color and a dark contrast color.

 

the dunk will finally die out

same with the trucker cap...even in the mainstream.

 

von dutch will come back as a zombie and eat the brains of all thos who have disgraced his name.

 

parka jackets will still be popular among the hipsters..but will become the mainstream and that will be hated on.

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Originally posted by Nekro

Wrestling boots

Trucker hats will no longer be an anti fashion/pro redneck statement and will become a stupid trendy look

The emo look will come in:

-Tighter jeans for guys

-Black short hair on women

-Pinstripes and polka dots will come in to style

-Black and pink will be the new hot color combo

The phrase "NOT!" will make a comeback, as will all things lame from the early 90s and mid-late 80s [the retroness has already begun for that time period]

Briefs will overtake boxers once again

Gay culture will be sold out more

Advertising companies will successfully convince men that they will never be good/hot enough and makeup for men will be a growth industry

These will fly off the shelves.

 

Everything formerly cool and subcultural will be co-opted by the mainstream and exploited for profit.:sick: :twitch: :sick: :twitch: :sick:

 

EXCUUUSE ME BUT MOST OF THESE THINGS HAVE HAPPENED. GET A CLUE, DUH!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Originally posted by banjo bob

realization that saying "(insert anything here)-oner" is played out. a lot.

 

you just have to introduce it to other spaces. like application forms. or exchange cards for christmas gifts.

 

Name: ijustwantthecashoner

 

See?

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Originally posted by E MARTYR

wearing your bitches panties around your belt as a sign of "hitting them" will be so in, in 2004.

 

 

 

:lol: :lol: :lol:

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hopefully my clothes will come back into fashion:o

 

fuck that was big, at least i know it works

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the next male caught wearing flared jeans is going to get a kick to the head..

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Most of ths shit you guys bring in are already played out for a while..

 

my pick : wearing the trucker cap upside-down..

 

but don't say i told you about..

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There will still be fat emo chicks trying to pull of the Russia circa 1952 look. They will continue to take pictures of themselves from above while looking to the side so their faces look skinny.

 

Art people will continue to bastard splice Japanese late 80's cyber-punk clothes with trucker hats while listening to Depeche Mode/The Smiths/Morrisey/Dieselboy and reading urban culture/design magazines in public.

 

Ashton Kucher will swallow/shit babies and shit/swallow trends.

 

The NHL will be weird.

 

Mexican and Puerto Rican people will look at me angry on the subway.

 

Your mom will listen to hip-hop.

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