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Low said that today it is not only acceptable for a woman to show her legs, but it is also acceptable for her to dress provocatively.

Low said celebrities like Miley Cyrus and the Kardashians have inspired many of her friends to change their dress and grooming standards.

“People wear less clothes now overall,” Low said. “It is very scandalous.”

Celebrities have been known for setting fashion trends for centuries.

In 1790, Josephine Bonaparte, the French Emperor Napoleon’s wife, made empire waist dresses all the rage when she started wearing them, according to Shmoop.

In 2015, celebrities like Julianne Hough began the ink hair trend when she traded her signature blonde locks for a pastel pink, according to Julianne Hough’s website.

Social media also helps increase the fashion trends’ rate of change. It is easy to follow a live tweeting of a New York fashion show or scan Pinterest for style tips, according to Wojdylo Social Media, a fashion website detailing ways to stay up with the latest trends.

Joshua Jensen, a sophomore studying music, said men’s fashions have changed significantly just since he was in high school.

“It used to be that guys wore more baggy jeans, and now a slimmer fit is what guys seem to be wearing,” Jensen said.

Mariah Moss, a freshman studying music education, said a large part of why society changes their fashion styles is due to the changes of gender equality over time.

“Thank goodness women can wear pants now,” Moss said. “I love pants.”

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