Q: Give us a perspective of the trends today
Sara said that "it is a way of being bullied, and if you are not wearing a specific trend you could get judged."
Q: Compare and contrast their trends that have changed their life
Mrs. Varney said that "they wore Adidas pants and the athletic wear was the same, but not the clothing."


Trends are recurring, some examples are turtle necks, turtle necks have been around sense 13th and 15th centuries, and we still wear them today but there not that popular. " 'Fiction is history, human history, or it is nothing. But it is also more than that... being based on the reality of forms and the observation of social phenomenon'."


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