Teff Grain, Next

Here at The Trend we do what we can to stay on top of all the ever-changing trends. It's in our name, after all!

From the latest delicious drink to an outdated fashion fad, it's our job to keep track of what's on fire and what's fading fast.

So if you get overwhelmed by all the rotating trends, don't you worry. We're keeping you ahead of the game with our ultimate trend predictor. Keep reading to find out what trends are next, now or never to be again.

NEXT: Teff

We know what you're thinking: What the eff is teff? Well, it's an Ethiopian grain rich in iron, and it's about to be the new quinoa. And we're glad to hear it, because as much as we like quinoa, we're kinda tired of seeing it in practically every single menu item. Plus, teff has the big gluten-free stamp of approval from Gwyneth Paltrow and Victoria Beckham

Starbucks, Caramel Flan Latte, Now


NOW: Starbucks® New Caramel Flan Latte

The new Starbucks® Caramel Flan Latte combines all of our favorite things into one delicious dessert of a drink. We're talking espresso and freshly steamed milk with a heaping helping of caramel flan deliciousness. So now if you're craving flan smack dab in the middle of a workday, you can go ahead and indulge without getting stares. Um, best news ever! Take our word for it: This is the latte of the moment.


Justin Bieber, Never

Splash News

NEVER:  Harem Pants

Harem pants—also known as "drop-crotch" pants—make perfect sense to wear if you're in an off-off-Broadway production of Aladdin or you're MC Hammer and it's the year 1990. Other than that? Skip this ultra-unflattering trend, please. Justin Bieber, did you get the memo? Your favorite style of pants are officially over. 

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