The Classic Smiley
What’s more classic than a yellow smiley face? Probably a lot of things actually, however, a simple, classic smiley face certainly is universal and recognizable in many ways. Bringing a sense of “happy understanding” between people when they see an image of a smiley face, even if they don’t speak the same language.
It’s a classic and iconic image that has been around for so long, and I’m assuming will be around for a while longer- for as long as humans continue to smile and wear happy Happy Socks. =)
When it comes to personal style, even though we like to follow the newest trends and/or be one-of-kind, unique or different, many times we like to add a little something “classic” to our outfits. This can either be the foundation or starting point of the outfit, like a classic pair of Levis’ or a simple white t-shirt.
Or it could even be something small, that you always wear and add to every outfit like your favorite necklace passed down through your family or a nostalgic pin that you like to add to your jackets and blazers.
I find that I have a few classic favorites that I enjoy wearing and incorporating with my outfits. Some are classics to the world, and some have simply become classics for myself over the years. Sort of how adding a pair of Happy Socks to my outfit is becoming for me these days. 😉
Ten Classic Fashion Favorites:
- Red Lipstick
- RayBan Wayfarer Frames (Pictured wearing in this post!)
- Oversized Black Blazers
- Converse Chuck Taylors
- High bun/pouf/ponytail
- Gold Hoop Earrings
- Black Cat-Eye Eyeliner
- All Black Everything Outfit
- Hawaiian Button Down Shirts
- Shibori & Tie Dye
Do you have any favorite fashion classics?
Mom Jeans: Target
Socks: Twisted Smile Happy Socks
Sneakers: Onitsuka Tiger GSM
Sunglasses: Rayban Wafarer
Hair Product: Miss Jessie’s Leave-In Condish
See more outfits featuring Happy Socks, click here.
* The clothes pictured in this post are not new, and may not be available in stores. The details above are to inform you of the brand or store that an item was purchased.
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