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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.

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Whenever I think I’ve read or witnessed the most extreme wedding stipulations, another unhinged bride pops out of the abyss to remind us all that life is limitless — a true hell of your own making.

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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.

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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.

Joey’s short shorts…

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There’s a big difference between following the letter of the law and the spirit of the law. One North Carolina high school may have put the educational future of a straight-A student in jeopardy after a questionable call on a dress code violation. Summer, a senior at Hickory Ridge High School, was asked to cover up for wearing the shirt pictured below. According to school policy it fails to “adequately cover the upper body, including the shoulders.”

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A Collection Of The Bergeron Family’s Funniest Holiday Cards

“It turns out people who didn’t even know us started loving the cards.”

It’s the time of year when mailboxes across the world are stuffed with holiday cards. Our social media feeds will soon be filled with slideshows of awkward family photos and hilarious year-end recap letters.

The Bergeron family of Aliso Viejo, California, has had fun with the holiday tradition by taking their holiday card photos in intentionally wacky outfits for the last 13 years.

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