Now, before you get nervous, horrified, or excited (what's wrong with you?), mullets are not in. DO NOT START PREPPING YOUR HAIR FOR A RETRO MULLET. The Edit girls in no way condone mullets, nor will we ever be rocking them. I hope. (Mullet parties, on the other hand, are a super fun & hilarious way to make everyone you know look ridiculous. Especially your pretty friends, who manage to never look ridiculous. What? Just saying.)
Back to fashion. AHEM. In my opinion, the "business on top, party on bottom" concept is a no brainer.
Now, I know the word MULLET just conjured scary 80's flashbacks for some of y'all, so here is a handy dandy graphic for my cute little doubters ::
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More proof? Here are some Pinterest-worthy fashionistas rocking the "mullet look."
And then there's this little fashionista....
For some reason, my five-year old refuses to become a professional photographer, so I don't have to do awkward selfies. Rude.
And just to be clear, here is an example of what "the mullet concept" does NOT mean:
Until next time,