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How popular culture repeats itself

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How popular culture repeats itself
No one can argue that many trends make a comeback over the years (styleflair.com). Popular culture recycles itself, and many old, and sometimes forgotten trends return to the present. Taking a look at the past trends can show us how they are prevalent in today’s popular culture. It is evident when one takes a look into the past that there are many repeats in fashion, music and fads. There is really no specific time frame that is followed when trends make their comeback in fashion. It all depends on the economy, the people’s attitude and will even coincide with the music and film industry. No matter the influence, fashion, music and fads will continue to make a reappearance in the future. In examining the points, one can clearly see how fashion, music, and fads have made comebacks throughout the years. Pop culture, short for popular culture, can be defined as the lifestyle and tastes of the majority of mostly younger people. Music by people like Britney Spears and Hillary Duff are examples of pop culture, as is emo and prep. Pop culture changes with the youth of the world. (urbandictionary.com). Surprisingly, even the worse fashion mistakes before are now being considered the latest in the fashion world. The old clothes of our parents in the 1970s are now making a huge comeback this year, like those funky jumpsuits, tracksuits, casual denims, bold pants, and boho headbands. Bellbottom jeans were popular in the 1970s as well, and they have made several comebacks in the 1980s, the 1990s, and even today (styleflair.com). It was popular in the 70s and 80s to be “hip” and original, wearing things and listening to music that is not exactly in the mainstream of popular culture, but is popular amongst a certain group. These people were called “hipsters.” It seems everyone wants to be a “hipster” these days as well. Not only do fashion trends recycle themselves, but popular music as well, seems to be repeating itself. Pop...
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