Fashion TikTok says your closet needs these 5 outfit staples

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Whether you’re in a style rut or are trying to be “That Girl” in 2022, if you’re not getting your style inspiration from TikTok, you’re seriously missing out.

From try-on clothing hauls to insider tips from brand employees, TikTok is a wealth of fashion knowledge and advice. In fact, the hashtag #TikTokFashion has over 22.7 billion views on the social media app. While that means there are a lot of opinions to sort through, there are a few closet staples that seem to keep popping up again and again.

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We believe it was Steve Jobs who said, “The people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do.”

On that note, TikTok user and true innovator Steel.Jobe has become something of a social-media sensation after he was filmed biting apart a carrot and spitting it back into his blender, rather than waste time with a knife or chopping board.

“This guy is living in 2040,” wrote one admirer in response to the video.

“I think he’s my soulmate,” said another.

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Many of his TikTok followers claimed that they, too, do the same thing with their veggies.

“Kinda glad it’s not just me,” one woman wrote.

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“I do the same thing,” added another, echoing hundreds of similar sentiments. “Tell him we’re just geniuses.”

“Also,

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TikTok fashion trend inspired by ‘Bridgerton’ brings historical subcultures to mainstream

Netflix’s hit series “Bridgerton” has inspired TikTok fashionistas.

The fictional period drama produced by award-winning screenwriter Shonda Rhymes and her new production company Shondaland, has been a top-streaming show since its Christmas Day debut. And now the series has given life to a fashion subculture known as “regencycore.”

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Named after the Regency era the “Bridgerton” show and novels are based on, regencycore takes inspiration from the historical fashion that was popular in Great Britain and Ireland in the early 1800s. The time period was heavily influenced by classical Greco-Roman styles, according to Study.com’s visual art and design instructor Anne Butler.

TikTok, which has been a creative outlet for whimsical cosplayers and content creators, has seen an influx of regencycore-related videos in recent weeks.

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In fact, the hashtag #regencycore has

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