Forget about pencil skirts, boho chic and high waisted pants that brilliantly camouflage your muffin top. Asymmetric necklines and androgyny are out this year. No one cares about scarves or patterned hosiery. This year it's all about something that French women have worn for years and never goes out of style. Arrogance.
"The thing about arrogance is, it's not just about looking like a snob." Reports Arianna La Roche, owner of a beauty lounge in La Grange, Wyoming. "That just scratches the surface. Fashion has gone deeper. It's more of a reflection of what's going on in our culture than it ever was." And what's going on in our culture is an overbearing sense of superiority reigns supreme. "Just look at Kanye West. He's the embodiment of the arrogance trend."
But, you don't have to be a celebrity to pull this look off. Trudy Roach, fashion blogger and part-time Walgreens clerk, explains. "It's an extremely budget friendly trend that everyone can afford. It's not about name brands anymore. In fact, it doesn't matter what you wear. You could wear a duvet cover like a toga. I mean even though "duvet cover" screams the 90's. No one cares." Making this an extremely liberating time to be a fashionista, like the 70's were for civil rights. "Except, I can help you choose the right shade of foundation to complement your ego. I might even have a coupon and be able to check you out right at the cosmetics counter with no lines and no waiting. Providing you with the red carpet service you're entitled to."
Another great thing about arrogance is that it's a real space saver. Which is really important if you live in an metropolitan area which is typically short on closet space. Because arrogance virtually doesn't require any room in your closet. Which makes it pair really well the current tiny house movement. It's also extremely eco-friendly. "You don't have to worry that this trend will end up occupying space in a landfill near you when it goes out of fashion. There's also no guilt associated with the use of fossil fuels to ship outdated trends overseas for people in need of clothing in underdeveloped countries." Stated La Roche.
So, get out there and be condescending and presumptuous and look and feel great while saving your budget, the environment and the world all at the same time.