Chinese Trend of the Day: It’s Totally Cool to Have a Sprout Growing Out of Your Hair – Design You Trust

Chinese Trend of the Day: It’s Totally Cool to Have a Sprout Growing Out of Your Hair

China’s fashion has grown in a greener direction compared to smog masks of yesteryear. These days, all the hip kids/adults are putting plastic sprout clips in their hair. The trend has taken over the streets of Beijing.

The Bejinger was kind enough to translate a Sohu article which tries to explain the fashion: “Rather than a political comment on Beijing’s stance towards pollution, the trend originates from an unspecified cosplay convention, after which time they became the latest hot way to maimeng (??), or act cute.”

You can buy them at many stores and they’re pretty cheap.

Via Cheezburger

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