Rock These Fashion Words
Fashion is always changing and as it changes new words are bound to appear.
man bun [man buhn]
The man bun is a male hairstyle featuring a top knot of varying lengths.
This going to come as a shock to many of you, but the guy handing out Kombucha samples at Whole Foods has a man bun.
A onesie is a one-piece item of loungewear or sleepwear.
I’m eating Burger King in my onesie about to start watching a movie, because this is what Saturdays are all about.
soul patch [sohl] [pach]
A soul patch is small, carefully shaped bit of facial hair just below the lip, usually with the rest of the chin or face shaven.
“This choice of facial hair gives you a touch of rebellion and delusion. If you add a turtleneck and some tinted shades, you are on your way to elitism. Don’t look into the eyes of someone with a soul patch; your soul will be taken.”
Clout Goggles [klout gog-uh lz]
Clout Goggles are a style of sunglasses with large, round, white frames and dark lenses.
Whoever stole my Clout Goggles—you ain’t got any clout.
crew cut[kroo kuht]
A crew cut is a short men’s hairstyle, with shorter sides and longer top. The style was popularized by Ivy League crew teams in the 1930s and is still associated with preppy fashion today, though it is an extremely widespread male hairstyle.
Women with crew cuts, on the other hand, are sometimes seen as badass for going against gender norms.