Fashion trends you despise?

  • Anticlockwise

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    Overly neon things
    hipster fashion
    Jeggings
    The cropped shirts that show either your whole back, or your mid drift
    massive amounts of bracelets.
    Everyone and their dog seeming to think they're now 'vintage' because they have a floral shirt.
    July 19th, 2011 at 07:22am
  • barely legal

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    Dressing like your nan...
    July 22nd, 2011 at 07:50pm
  • st.switchblade

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    Girls walking around with the zippers on their shorts hanging open. Seriously, that's not cute, and if that doesn't scream come and get it! I don't know what does.
    July 24th, 2011 at 09:17pm
  • chai latte

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    Oxford/jazz-type shoes.
    Hideous.
    July 24th, 2011 at 11:22pm
  • cannibal.

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    Uggs, leggings, long shirts that are mistaken for dresses, flowy cloth skirts.

    Ew, just ew. This is also coming from a girl who wears nothing but jeans, A line shirts, and hoodies everyday.
    July 26th, 2011 at 11:41am
  • swell

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    Hipster fashion.
    The only thing I have remotely hipster are those military style boots. But I <3 them.
    August 9th, 2011 at 01:11pm
  • luvumore54

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    Booty shorts, with uggs. I mean really people?
    August 11th, 2011 at 09:40am
  • Prism White

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    Crocs. They're gross. I mean, really? If you want comfy summer shoes get flip flops with cloth straps.

    The Northface jackets. These are supposed to keep you warm when you're skiing/snowboarding/what-have-you, not for wearing to class and covering in sweat. Just because they're fitted doesn't make them cute.

    Those rubber band bracelets, the thick ones. They stick to your skin and they're tacky.

    Jeans with rhinestones/glitter on them. Whyyy?

    Round, wire glasses frames.

    Flip flop wedges, especially the plastic ones. Why would anyone think these are cute?!

    Uggs with short shorts. Uggs in snow. In general, Uggs. I mean, you have to wear plastic covering for them to function as boots!! >_>

    Vertical striped t-shirts.

    BFF necklaces.
    August 11th, 2011 at 08:00pm
  • gleek

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    "Vintage" shirts or hoodies with fake colleges or fake sports teams on them. I just don't get the point of buying a team sweatshirt of a cheesy fake team, no matter how cool or trendy it looks.
    August 12th, 2011 at 12:58am
  • fantasyaura

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    Crop tops and jeggings...I hate both of those :/ No offense if some of you really like them...
    August 13th, 2011 at 04:55am
  • chai latte

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    I dislike how trendy pleats, wide-leg pants, and flared jeans have been this year. And I'm still waiting for the maxi dress trend to go away. Even on super-tall women, I just do not like the look, at all.Choker necklaces have been trendy in 2011, but I think they look so stupid.

    And like gleek said, I hate the "vintage collegiate" trend going on with tee shirts and hoodies. The fact that the teams/schools are fake just makes it worse. Why not just buy a shirt from a team or school that actually exists and that you actually support? I don't get it. :/
    August 13th, 2011 at 07:23am
  • cinderella.

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    Skinny jeans. They cling to the legs too much, I just don't think it's appropriate for everyone - some can rock it, I just don't like them. Especially on guys, it bothers me. They're entitled to wearing them, but if a guy's jeans are clinging closer to the leg than mine, it's a bit odd in my opinion, but I've grown used to it. I don't understand the big deal - they're just jeans that like to get up close and personal with your legs.
    August 14th, 2011 at 08:39am
  • cannibal.

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    Uggs, leggings, long shirts that are mistaken for dresses, flowy cloth skirts.

    Ew, just ew. This is also coming from a girl who wears nothing but jeans, A line shirts, and hoodies everyday.
    Skinny jeans and the whole "scene" style in general. Not attractive by any means.
    August 14th, 2011 at 08:54pm
  • Flu Rescent.

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    Ugg boots, full body matching tracksuits & MC Hammer trousers. Especially the flowery and animal print types.

    Oh, and black leggings. I just think a material that thin shouldn't be a substitute for trousers.
    August 15th, 2011 at 08:42pm
  • pinheadfaygot

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    crop tees/tanks.
    leggings of any sort.
    floral tops.
    lol, pretty much everything that everyone finds attractive nowadays.
    August 16th, 2011 at 03:27am
  • Bad Wolf

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    Uggs
    Crocs
    Short Shorts
    Mini Skirts that dont have leggins underneath them
    Tight shirts
    High Heels
    Those I heart boobies bracelets (shudders),its just wierd
    August 16th, 2011 at 11:29pm
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    Those I heart boobies bracelets (shudders),its just wierd
    I like what they stand for, but people abuse the purpose of them. now, everyone wears them just as a trend, not because they actually care about supporting breast cancer
    August 17th, 2011 at 01:29am
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    Those I heart boobies bracelets (shudders),its just wierd
    I used to wear a bunch of those and own quite a bit because I support breast cancer awareness. I stopped when people thought it was cute to make it a trend instead of something important.
    August 17th, 2011 at 07:21am
  • the power of justice

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    xDifferent_Since_97x:
    Uggs
    Crocs
    Short Shorts
    Mini Skirts that dont have leggins underneath them
    Tight shirts
    High Heels
    Those I heart boobies bracelets (shudders),its just wierd
    I'm honestly not a fan of really short skirts that have leggings underneath them, it looks kind of awkward in my opinion. It looks better without leggings, but I don't think it's appropriate to wear a skirt so short that it just covers your buttcheeks. Shocked
    August 17th, 2011 at 12:16pm
  • Bad Wolf

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    juggler.:
    I like what they stand for, but people abuse the purpose of them. now, everyone wears them just as a trend, not because they actually care about supporting breast cancer
    I agree I DO like what they stand for, but when its just people are wearing them because they think its "cool",I just dont get that,but the reason they were made is great
    August 17th, 2011 at 04:42pm