Gen-Z Time Capsule:
Gender Neutral Clothes
Clothes that any gender can feel comfortable wearing. These clothes do not fit the description of a certain gender. Our generation has pushed for the end of gender norms so gender neutral clothing matches this push.
Yeezy 350 v2 Zebras
These sneakers played a huge part in changing sneaker and pop culture. In a bigger picture these sneakers gave rise to unique marketing techniques that changed how the price of a sneaker could be determined. Around 2016 they were very exclusive, and expensive and were scene as a status symbol in the street wear industry. These sneakers by Kanye West are still very popular today and helped create a multi-billion dollar business for Mr. West.
My Favorite Hat
This is my first and favorite hat. This Batman hat is a snapback to how popular batman was as I was growing up.
This purse is an early 2000’s purse, styled in crocodile skin. It is a sage green and this type of purse was very popular in the early 2000s, because of the short mini purse look.
I included a scrunchie in the time capsule because they are very popular in our generation for fashion and/or hair styles. Lots of people own scrunchies so it would be something important to almost everyone.
Scrunchies are like the new hair ties. Now it’s scrunchies and every girl wants them in every color! It honestly reminds me of silly bands.
Over the years I collected Nike headbands in all different colors. I used to wear these headbands every day during my freshman year when it first become a huge fashion trend. Since then I have retired my look.
This was a gift from my stepmother to me. It has a baseball bat and ball on it because of the sport I play and it is something I will wear until the day I die.
Silly Bandz are rubber bracelets that were very popular in the early 2010s. They came in different sizes, shapes, colors, and designs. Silly bands were traded between people, sold, or even given out at dentist offices.
As Silly Bandz popularity grew, new themes were not hard to come by such as NFL teams and movies. They have been banned in many classrooms due to students being distracted by them or trading with others during class.