We’re in a new era of “fashion,” and it’s here to stay.
This year, the trend is “sharing” photos.
So what is it?
The trend originated in Japan, where people often “share” their pictures of themselves with friends and family on social media.
Now, Instagram is allowing people to share their photos of themselves as well.
The service allows people to post their selfies to their accounts on Instagram using hashtags such as #shoes, #shoeisshoes or #shoutouttous.
The new trend also has its roots in social media, as Instagram is the most popular social media platform in Japan.
As the trend grew, so did its popularity.
And the more hashtags people used to share photos, the more followers they grew.
As of January 2017, Instagram was the most-followed Instagram in the world, and it now has more than 15 billion users.
But it’s not just Instagram.
In fact, Instagram’s biggest competitor, Pinterest, had more than 1 billion followers last year.
The trend is also being seen across other social media platforms.
Instagram and Instagram Stories, which allows people share photos on Instagram, have grown exponentially.
Instagram Stories also has more Instagram followers than Twitter, and Pinterest has more Pinterest followers than Instagram.
Some are even using the hashtags #shoemesshoes and #shownotes to share pictures.
The #shodote hashtag trend has been around for a while.
It’s been around on Instagram since 2014, and the trend was created by Instagram users to show their appreciation to people who have donated shoes for charity.
Nowadays, Instagram users are creating hashtags for the #sholdotes hashtag to show that they have shoes that have been donated to a charity.
It has even spawned its own meme.