The #beautydresses trending hashtag is a throwback to the 1990s, when a trend was born in New York City after the World Cup.
It’s the sort of thing that might not be very familiar to you but could have a big impact on the NFL.
Here are five of the hottest trends from this time period that could have the biggest impact on your life.
#BeautyDressDay (February 12) It’s February 12, the day when women everywhere are supposed to take off their clothes in public.
This year’s theme is the #BeautifulDressDays movement, in which men across the NFL are encouraging women to wear a new look in public, with hashtags like #BeautYoursDress and #MyDressFriday.
There’s also #DressUp to celebrate the trend.
The #BeautysDress day hashtag was also created in honor of the 50th anniversary of the first NBA All-Star Game.
#HalloweenStyle (February 19) Halloween style has always been a popular trend for women, but it’s getting more popular for men in the NFL as well.
The NFL is now encouraging fans to dress up as characters from their favorite TV shows and movies and to share photos of their Halloween costumes.
The hashtag #HolidaysStyle was created in support of the trend, which is being promoted by a handful of celebrity players including San Francisco 49ers safety Patrick Willis.
#ShoesOnSale (March 15) The NFL and the players union have been working on a new dress code for their players this offseason, which has fans of all ages looking to buy new shoes online.
The league is calling it the #ShoeOnSALE initiative, which includes items like new-ish-looking shoes, custom-made shoes and more.
Some items are available online, while others are available at NFL stores.
#CupRio (March 22) This year, the NFL released a new theme for its playoff games, which it hopes will be a fun time for fans of the game.
The theme is called #CupsRio, and it features a group of players on a golf cart with a banner saying #CUPRIO.
The tagline is simple: “#Cup season is upon us and the #NFL has created this #CoupRio to celebrate.”
#NoBikeOnDowntown (March 24) It seems like every time a new NFL team is announced, it brings with it some new hashtag.
Fans of the league are calling it #NoBMikeOnDC, and some are even calling it “The New York Bike Week,” which is a reference to a previous era of the NFL, which included a number of players wearing a helmet on the sidelines.
There are even some fans calling it New York’s first #No Bike Week, which was announced in 2014.
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