What do you think of the new British pop trend of ‘Sugary’?
Have your say in the poll below.
Britpop has been taking off lately, with the likes of The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and Foo Fighters all playing big arenas in the US.
What do people think?
What do British designers have to say about the trend?
The trend has gone viral, and it’s been getting quite a lot of attention online and in the fashion press.
We’ve got a couple of trends that are definitely taking off – one that I think has gained a lot more traction than others and is very much a British thing is the ‘sugar free’ trend.
It started in Australia, but it’s also in New Zealand, France and Brazil.
The trend involves using sugary drinks to sweeten up your meal, like sugar cookies, sugary lattes, creme frais and even soda pop.
There’s a lot to like about it, including the fact that it doesn’t require much effort.
You’re able to get a little bit of sweetness, without having to pay for a sugar machine.
What do you make of the trend so far?
I think people are enjoying the trend, so it’s definitely something I’m excited about.
I think the whole thing is just a nice little touch to the British way of life, and there’s nothing wrong with that.
But, I’m definitely not going to be the first one to have a sugar free meal this week.
British designer designers are also getting in on the action, and are taking their own cue from the sugar free trend with their own brands.
A number of UK-based designers have been wearing their products on social media to promote their brands.
Take a look at some of the top UK brands who have been promoting the trend.