• Jessica Taylor Yates

When They Go Low, We Go High

And no, I don't mean this in the First Lady sense. It's something that cuts way deeper...into my hips.


Is anyone else seriously stressing tf out about old trends coming back?!


Goodbye, skinny jeans


First, Gen Z cancelled our skinny jeans, which look, I know made a wave of elder millennials and Gen X-ers go mad. But when you think about it, after those Covid kilos, I could use a little breathing room, à la the slightly less invasive 'mom'-jean (do we say 'mum' jean in Aus? It feels weird even though we say mum? Help.)

Lol that this was done as a joke but we all wear this now? Fashion is so weird. Source: GiPHY


The Visible G-Banger


Then they came for our sensibly-fitted underwear, with the elusive new 'flash your g-bang' trend. I did it at 13 (gross, my poor, poor mother). It was tacky and embarrassing the first time around, and I do not need to see it again. But you know, pre-pubescents hips don't look like a Christmas ham when they do this, so whatever. You do you hun.

We've seen it already Bella hun, and it was NOT that terrific the first time around. Source L-R: Daily Mail, @bellahadid via Instagram.



The Death of the Business Bitch


Next, they created the death of the 'businesswomen's special' approach to office dressing, with athleisure and 'corporate casual' making it into the mainstream.

For businesswomen. Source: GiPHY


Personally, I am frothing the new 'PJs, but make it fashion' approach to office corporate c