Scrunchies Coming Back
Back Into the Grind
Return of the scrunchies
In 2018, fashion trends from the 90s have taken the world by storm. Mom jeans, overalls, and mini skirts are now sold in almost any store across the country. Although these iconic fashion fads are making their way back into teenage style, one unique piece of 90s vogue is finding its way onto the wrist of every girl in America: scrunchies. They come in every color, many textures, and any pattern you can possibly think of.
"Scrunchies are coming back because there's this whole wave of 90s aesthetic that everyone seems to love," said Ally Costa. "I think by this time next year, everyone will be sick of clothes in stores today." The 90s, in more ways than one, are certainly making a grand reappearance at Foothill. "Personally, I don't like how scrunchies look, " said Costa as she explained her thoughts on the newest fashion fad. "I honestly think a hair-tie will do the same job for half the price."
Other people around the Hill feel differently about the hair-ties. "Scrunchies are a really cute way to express yourself, and they serve their main purpose, a hair-tie!" said sophomore Gillian Sullivan. "Almost all my girl friends have atleast three different kinds of scrunchies." Different scrunchie colors allow people to add an accent color, and a little pop to their outfits." Even if they might be a little ugly in some people's opinions," said Sullivan. "I think they're making the best comeback possible!"
By Rehya Corral
Avery jenson: made to model
The world as we know it is constantly changing and so is the fashion industry. Multiple companies are now working with girls of all shapes and sizes, which spreads a great message: that every girl is beautiful. Avery Jenson gives us the inside scoop on her new modeling opportunity. She’s wanted to be a model for three years. “One of the perks of modeling is how you become more confident in yourself,” says Avery. “An issue though, is that you may need to show your flaws.” She sees herself modeling in the future, as she strives to keep it that way. Many young women wonder if they have what it takes to model, but the truth is anyone can do it. You just have to have confidence in yourself. Avery states, “I would tell girls interested in modeling that beauty isn’t always on the surface. It’s in the way you act and feel.”
Written by Naomi Carpenter