Male rompers make their viral debut, a trending hashtag puts the spotlight on next-level prom attire, charcoal continues its takeover, and more links to check out on our Viral List!
Can men’s fashion include a look that’s “unique, fashionable, cool, and very wearable”? That’s the question, pondered over drinks, that led to the creation of the RompHim—a romper designed for men that has broken the internet. The onesie fashion item, which has traditionally been worn by women, sparked a strong reaction this week, launching it into viral success—the RompHim Kickstarter is currently about $285,000 over its funding goal. Not only has it inspired many, many memes, but it also inspired Reebok to take on the trend and “make them even cooler.” The brand posted designs for upcoming “bro” rompers on Twitter, making it evident that male rompers are here to stay.
A trending hashtag is raising the bar on prom attire. #TSRPromQueenz, created by online news brand The Shade Room, is putting the spotlight on decked-out high schoolers that “make guests at the Met Gala look like Pig-pen from Peanuts.” The trend is also highlighting the creativity of teens today, with many of the over 1,000 looks on the hashtag home-designed. In one featured photo, a young teen shows off a gold-sequined dress that is almost an exact replica of a dress Beyoncé wore on the red carpet. Another starring a teen in a dark-red laced dress has generated over 8,000 likes.
The anti-unicorn trend is continuing to take over with the help of charcoal. A few weeks ago, we told you about the emergence of viral dark foods, with charcoal-flavored black ice-cream its most viral example. Now, activated charcoal is making…