How do you become trendy in 2024?
Well, if the answer isn’t obvious to you already, then let me tell you: by being yourself.
Nothing is more trendy than authenticity and originality. In this age of social media, everyone wants to feel like they’re part of something bigger than themselves and that they’ve found their true calling in life—and what better way to do that than by sharing your own unique talents with the world?
Wear “old” things from this year.
- Wear “old” things from last year.
- If you wear something that is out of style, it will be considered old and thus trendy.
- Ask someone else if you’re not sure about your outfit choice, like your parents or grandparents.
Wear last year’s clothes that are still in style.
If you want to be trendy, one of your best bets is to wear clothes that are in style but haven’t yet reached the point of being out of style. You’ve probably seen this phenomenon before: a popular outfit or product becomes too popular, and then people stop wearing it because it’s no longer fashionable.
This phenomenon happens for many reasons: maybe the item was overpriced and had a short shelf life before becoming expensive again; perhaps some celebrities wore it on red carpets and gave other people ideas; perhaps young people copied them without understanding why they were doing so (or maybe they did understand, but thought they’d come up with an original idea). Regardless of how it happened, these things happen all the time in fashion—and now that you know what happens when an item becomes overexposed (or “trends”), you can avoid this happening with any new trends on your own!
Wear your high school sports team t-shirts.
When it comes to high school sports teams, the following are in style:
- The team you were on.
- The team you weren’t on, but would have rather been on than the team you actually played for.
- That weird band kid who did handstands and cartwheels at halftime.
If you have none of these things, consider buying a few shirts from this list from Urban Outfitters or Forever 21 and wearing them in public as if they mean something to you personally (they do not).
Wear your dad’s clothes from the 80s.
- Make sure the clothes are still in good condition.
- Make sure the clothes still fit you.
- Make sure the clothes are actually cool.
- Ensure your dad approves of you wearing his old stuff, and if possible, talk to him about it in advance so he doesn’t totally flip out when he sees that you’ve taken his favorite faded T-shirt out of storage again.
If he’s not around anymore, try asking one of your parents’ friends or relatives who knew them back then—they may even have some items they would be happy to donate! If not, try thrift stores or online resale shops like eBay; they’ll have plenty of options for those seeking this type of fashion statement without breaking the bank on new clothes that will inevitably go out of style before long anyway (or worse yet become dated).
Grow a beard.
Growing a beard is the best way to look trendy. It will make you look more sophisticated, and it doesn’t matter if you have a baby face. You can grow one even if you’re a boy or a girl.
Beards are also a sign of masculinity, which is cool in 2024 because there isn’t much left that’s masculine these days. The only other remaining masculine thing left is beer pong, but that’s only for people who are over 25 years old and live in Utah or something.”
Have long hair, guys.
The most important thing you can do in order to be trendy is to have long hair.
Long hair is a classic trend that never goes out of style. You can wear it in a ponytail, a man bun or just let it flow in the wind however you want if you have long hair.
Make sure your hairstyle suits your face shape and there are many different styles available for men who have short and medium length hair too so don’t worry about being left out!
Don’t wash your hair too often.
You might be wondering why I’m telling you not to wash your hair. It’s because I don’t want you to get caught up in the hype of being trendy. If you’re going to spend time looking for products, make sure it’s for something that works for you and makes your life better, not just because someone told you it was cool.
In this case, there are plenty of good reasons why it’s a good idea to cut back on how often you wash your hair:
- It saves money — less shampoo means less conditioner and other products like deep conditioners or masks and leave-in conditioners;
- It can help prevent damage from overuse and chemical buildup from styling products;
Don’t wash your hair at all.
- You’re going to hear a lot about “no ‘poo” in 2024.
- This is an anti-shampoo movement that has been gaining momentum for years, but it’s really starting to take off now.
- The idea is this: shampoo strips your hair of the natural oils that keep it healthy, so the less you wash your hair, the healthier and stronger it becomes — as well as more resistant to pollution and other damage from our modern world.
- If you’re interested in going “no ‘poo,” there are lots of options out there for you! Some people use baking soda mixed with water as their shampoo replacement; others use apple cider vinegar or coconut oil instead.
Forget about organic ingredients and whole grains.
If you’re like most people, you don’t have time to eat organic. You also don’t have time to eat whole grains. And if you do, it’s probably because your diet is made up of mostly junk food in the first place and you’re just trying to do some damage control by adding some “healthy” foods into your daily routine. But even if you do manage to find time for these things, there’s a good chance that they’ll just leave you feeling hungry all the time—hungry enough that even an hour-long lunch break won’t seem like enough food for your body by the end of day.
It’s much easier (and more practical) for people who live busy lives like yours or mine—people who work long hours at their jobs and then come home well after dinner is ready—to just grab something quick from fast food restaurants or local grocery stores instead of spending extra money on healthier options such as fresh produce from farmers’ markets or pre-made meals from Whole Foods Market or Trader Joe’s locations near where we live.,
Eat what tastes good, not what is healthy.
When it comes to eating well, the popular mantra is “eat what’s good for you.” But what if I were to tell you that’s not always true? We all know you should be eating your vegetables and staying away from processed foods. And there are some foods that naturally make us feel better because of their vitamins or antioxidants. But at the end of the day, our taste buds are what we’re most concerned with when we sit down for dinner.
What does this mean exactly? That sometimes we should prioritize our pleasure over our health when making food choices—like opting for Aunt Judy’s famous lasagna over a salad made entirely out of kale leaves (who am I kidding—I’ll take both). Eating healthy isn’t something that will happen overnight; it takes time and effort to change your habits and create new ones that work best for you in the long run!
Eat carbs, lots of them.
- Eat carbs, lots of them.
- Drink a lot of water.
- Eat your veggies! But not too many veggies! If you’ve been looking for an excuse to eat more carbs and drink more water, this is it!
Don’t forget to be yourself when it comes to fashion and food!
Some may say that being yourself is the most important thing when it comes to fashion and food.
If you feel good in it, then you should wear whatever makes you happy. If everyone else doesn’t like your outfit or food choice, then who cares? You can always make your own trends by doing what no one else is doing!
Another way to be trendy is by not making any effort at all. If you want to wear clothes from last season or eat frozen pizzas for every meal, then that’s fine! There are plenty of people who will think this is really cool because they’ll want to be just like you!
The most important part of being trendy is remembering that you need to stay true to yourself. If you’re the kind of person who looks good in beard stubble, grow a beard! If you’re more of an ’80s-style guy, borrow some of your dad’s clothes and wear them around town. And if you just feel like wearing a high school basketball jersey to show off your team spirit, go right ahead—at least it will stand out from the crowd!
Some other tips: don’t wash your hair too often (or at all), grow long hair on men and women alike, and wear old things—this way people will think they’re new but also vintage at the same time. For example, if your favorite old sweater has holes in it from years of wear-and-tear (which it probably does), simply make sure those holes are visible through any other layers so as not to hide their charm.
Q: How do trends become popular?
A: Trends come about when people react to something in a similar way. If everyone suddenly starts wearing blue jeans, it’s probably because they’re comfortable and practical. But if everyone is wearing blue jeans, then someone has to decide which kind of blue jeans are the most flattering or the best quality, and this leads to fashion magazines covering those issues. Then other people will jump on board with their own opinions on what’s fashionable, which gets reported on in more magazines…and so on! The trend spreads like wildfire as media outlets pick up stories from each other, who then report them as facts (because they’re now part of “trendy” culture) and start developing new trends based around what has already been established as popular belief—and so on!