Millennials, Tell Us Which "Millennial Trends" You Think Are Still "Cool"

From mustache tattoos to Silly Bandz, the 2010s were a time to be alive. Gen Z has some strong opinions on millennial trends. And hey, if you're a millennial, there are probably some trends you weren't a fan of as well — but maybe there are some you kind of miss...

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So, millennials, we want to hear from you: Which "millennial trends" do you think should make a comeback?

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Maybe you think of fashion trends you believe should start trending again. Like, hey, there's NOTHING wrong with skinny jeans, right?!

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Perhaps you were super into hair trends, like feather extensions.

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While iPhones are cool and all, maybe you miss iconic technology like the BlackBerry phones from the 2000s and early 2010s.

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Perhaps there are other aspects of life in the 2010s you miss because they were kinda fun, like when everyone was on Tumblr or Vine — or when people went viral for doing The Harlem Shake.

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Oh, the ✨nostalgia✨. So, tell us, millennials, which trends from the 2010s should make a comeback? Comment below your thoughts — and be sure to explain why you want them back. Or, if you prefer to remain anonymous, feel free to use this Google form. Your response could be featured in an upcoming BuzzFeed Community post.