Party girl chic:
The makeup trend: Read about it: Get Your Glitter Out: Party-Girl Chic Is Back “In the ’90s and aughts, the “heroin chic” decades, seeing paparazzi photos of the likes of Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan with disheveled hair and makeup was generally expected. Teen girls grew up wanting to be Effy from Skins, smudged eyeliner and all, and the fitness-focused influencer aesthetic had yet to exist. Today’s party-girl beauty trend is a throwback to that heyday.”
The outfit trend: party girl chic outfits are inspired by the party girl of the 90s – Pamela Anderson.
Read about it:
Pamela Anderson’s ’90s style is downright iconic
Pamela Anderson Is the Surprise Fashion Icon of 2022
Overalls and track pants
The Best Track Pants for Men Can Do It All: Pajama-level comfort, jeans-level versatility, and just the right amount of rebel attitude.
Celebrities Can’t Quit Dungarees — Here’s How to Wear Them Without Looking Like a Toddler
Dr. Scholl’s Sandals
The Shoe of the Summer Is Here, and It’s a Podiatrist-Approved Grandma Sandal
CANVAS DR. SCHOLL SANDAL US 15271FT432 $215 is part of the Ganni x Dr. Scholl’s launch
If $215 is too much to spend, you can still buy the classic clog from a variety of retailers.
Quicksilver has created a collection with inspiration from Stranger Things.
Stranger Things and Quiksilver drop a Eighties-inspired collection that’s worn by the cast in season 4
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