We may all be too old to trick or treat, but that doesn’t mean we don’t buy the large bag of fun size Halloween candy at Target. But before you grab a handful of candy corn, here how much candy you can eat for 100 calories.
As we reflect on the decades, the Roaring Twenties, Great Depression and World War II are pretty recognizable events. But here is a list of ten historical events you never learned in History 150.
When you catch a glimpse of the kinds of cartoons that are on television these days, it’s nothing compared to the 90s. We have to admit that from 1990 to 1999, television aired some of the best cartoons in our history.
The 50s brought thick foundation, pastel eyeshadows, and heavily lined eyebrows, lips and eyes.Makeup in the 1950s was as fabulous as the Hollywood stars, Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn and Elizabeth Taylor, who were the faces of beauty for women during this era. Here are some bold looks from the 1950s that are super easy to get.
The 80’s were very important years in music history. The 80’s brought a more visual experience to music. From exploding fireworks at concerts, to the greatest music videos produced on MTV, the 80’s made sitting next to the radio a thing from the past. Musicians were totally more in tuned to the way they looked. Artists like Michael Jackson, Guns N’ Roses and David Bowie brought life to their audiences that entertained the world.
With Homecoming Week upon us, a lot of us may have tradition on our minds. Showcasing our cardinal pride, we’ll all be celebrating events that started decades; reliving memories of homecoming’s past. Feeling nostalgic? While it isn’t necessarily a Homecoming tradition, this story goes with hoco’s throwback theme. Now lets talk movies.
Yes! The 70’s trends are here to stay, not to worry. The 70s continue to be trending on and off the runway. We’ve seen vibes on multiple shows including Steve J & Yoni P, Nadya Dzyak, Miu Miu, Lisa Perry and countless others. The “decade of lost taste” was so diverse due to emerging subcultures influencing the industry. From groovy, to sporty, to romantic, the 70s has characteristics and angles that everyone can incorporate into their wardrobe. Without further ado, here are some of the top trends from the 70s reappearing in today’s fashion!
The early 2000s was a time where fashion was very... individualized, if that’s what you want to call it. From bandana crop top shirts to red carpet dresses that resembled night gowns, these trends were very different in the 90s and especially different than what we wear today. It’s crazy to think that some of the things that were trending only a mere 15 years ago are now things that we would never consider wearing. So with homecoming upon us and the theme being blast from the past, what’s a better way to get a good look at the past than admiring the worst fashion trends from the early 2000s?
Despite the fact it is 80 degrees this week, it is officially fall. Mother nature might not believe so, but the season of cozy sweaters, Halloween and pumpkin spice lattes is upon us. And nothing completes a fall look more than a dark lipstick.