The highly anticipated opening of Amish clothing store chain "Buckles" has many young people camping outside Malls, determined to be the first to own a ridiculous hat, with no functional use and a pair of uncomfortable Amish sneakers, with the trade marked "buckle" emblazoned along their wooden frame.
With their range of uncomfortable black clothing, long woolen skirts and range of headwear, "Buckles" is set to revolutionize how American kids dress.
Underwear selections will include harsh fibered knickers and pants and locking devices that can be administered via a iphone application.
Suspenders will hopefully be the stores biggest seller and it is expected by Christmas every kid in America will be walking around looking vaguely similar to Robin William's character Mork, from Mork and Mindy, however dressed in dark clothing.
A range of solid-color dresses with long sleeves and a full skirt, covered with a cape and an apron will probably become the club wear of choice for many teens and young girls, with many predicting that celebrities such as Lady Gaga will incorporate the look, wearing a bonnet at her next concert.