Question: Why don’t we use 90’s slang anymore? Why don’t we walk around saying things are rad or the bomb.com? I know kids these days have their own terms like “lit” and “fire”, but they just don’t compare. You might be asking yourself, why is Anna off on a tangent about 90’s slang? Let me explain. My love of puns knows no end, so imagine what goes through my mind when I see a bomber jacket. That’s right: “This jacket is the bomb!” *Sitcom laugh track plays in the distance*
Keeping that in mind, guess what I thought when I saw this pink and gray bomber jacket? “This jacket is the bomb.com!” Hence, the tangent on 90’s slang. I actually sized up when I bought this jacket because I wanted to go for an effortless athleisure look that said ~I woke up like this~ when in all reality, it probably took me about 2 hours to do this. What can I say? I’m a fraud!
No joke friends, this bomber is frickin’ warm. It was only 45 degrees when we went out taking pictures and my arms stayed nice and toasty. I guess you could say this jacket was fire. No? Okay…
Enough of my puns and trying to keep up with teenage slang, you probably came here to check out photos of the look. You ask, and I shall deliver.
Top Elle // Jacket Candie’s (on sale!) // Jeans J-Lo
Shoes Keds (solid white on sale!) // Necklace Target
It’s also come to my attention that I didn’t look at the camera at all in these photos. Perhaps I was thinking about puns, but it’s more likely I was just thinking about lunch.
Does anyone else share my love of puns or 90’s slang? Let me know in the comments!
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