In the U.S., the average consumer has more than enough clothes. So labels have to keep generating new styles and fashion trends to keep people consuming. If clothes didn't go out of fashion, think of how little each of us would spend on them.
Twitter user and student Juliet Jacoby, is going to prom this year and bought her dress online because that's how kids do shopping these days. Jacoby couldn’t wait until the mailman delivered her $149 red taffeta and lace gown, which she purchased from a seller on the online marketplace Wanelo.
Over the past few days, a wicked heat wave has hit England, and Wednesday, temperatures reached a 40-year high. To beat the heat, 20-year-old Joey Barge wore a pair of shorts to his job at a call center in Buckinghamshire, just outside of London. But, unfortunately, Joey’s shorts violated the office’s dress code so he was sent home to put on something that conforms to work policy.