Daughter Of The King Sweatshirt

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Daughter Of The King Sweatshirt. Y2K, meanwhile, landed a tad earlier on the but I will buy this shirt and I will love this fashion history timeline, teetering between the late ’90s and early 2000s with the dominating trends of lower waist lines and relaxed glam. The era slowly morphed into something more defined; think of McBling as Y2K’s teched-out, more splashy sister.Anything colorful—preferably pink—and sparkling became your best friend during the rise of McBling. The mini skirt became shorter, and velour and streetwear became the uniform of the red carpet. Many staples born from the McBling era include graphic tees with sassy phrases, bedazzled tracksuits and jeans, and sequined accessories.The aesthetic rose in popularity between 2003 and 2008. Artists like Missy Elliot, LL Cool J, and Eve are some of the few icons who brought aspects of the trend to life, like tracksuits, matching sets, blinged-out accessories, and colorful streetwear. Stars like Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie also popularized the aesthetic, wearing graphic tees and tracksuits on the street and on-screen in their show The Simple Life.

Daughter Of The King Sweatshirt, hoodie, sweater, longsleeve and ladies t-shirt

Classic Men’s
Classic Men’s
Classic Ladies
Classic Ladies
Longsleeve Tee
Longsleeve Tee
Sweatshirt
Sweatshirt
Hoodie
Hoodie

Daughter Of The King Sweatshirt . Labels like Baby Phat, Von Dutch, Juicy Couture, Playboy, Victoria’s Secret, and PINK rose in popularity during the and I will love this McBling era. Capitalizing on the It factor of the 2000s, these brands embraced the modern take on confidence defined by the 2000s boss, unafraid to draw attention to themselves while indulging in a healthy dose of self-obsession.Phrases like “phat” and “juicy” adorned jeans and sweatpants, shamelessly drawing attention to the backside. Paris Hilton owned the McBling graphic tee trend, sporting shirts that read “Queen of the Universe!” “Don’t be jealous” and “I heart shoes bags & boys” to name a few. Luxury items like the Louis Vuitton Multicolor handbag—which hit the runway at the brand’s Spring/Summer 2003 show—and the Balenciaga Motorcycle Bag were also popular. The shimmery promise of easy-to-use technology finally came into full fruition, with the BlackBerry becoming one of the first mobile phones marketed towards consumers with full keyboard functionality between 2002 and 2003; the iPod, released in 2001, broke records with its ability to hold 1,000 songs. Myspace was released in 2003 and became the first social media network. Users posted about their personal lives and discussed everything from music to pop culture.The era was also the beginning of celebrity culture as we know it. Digital photography and the desire to access the biggest names in Hollywood birthed celebrity magazines and paparazzi craze. Hit tv-show MTV Cribs offered insight into celebrity life.

Reviews

  1. Pat Adams

    I LOVE sarcastic tshirts, and this was the perfect one to add to my collection. This shirt runs true to size. I bought a size bigger thinking it would shrink when I washed it but it didn’t.

  2. Louise Long

    I have this shirt to my son as a gift at Christmas time, he is quite tall 6’3″ so ordering the XX-Large size was the perfect way to go additionally, the size also washed up well with very little shrinkage which is great when dealing with a tall guy. Additionally, the graphic saying was great I am always telling him that he needs to work on his people skills which is the running joke between us. Lastly since he tends to always want to wear black it was nice to find a color that takes him away from his usual.

  3. Jared A Fithian

    I’m a girl but I like guy’s Tee’s . This is super soft …it fits loose just the way I like …..the color is great…not red , not rust…..kind of like an old
    faded red T shirt—- perfect.

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