I’ve shared with you the newest and hottest trends I love (like the Fedora), but some fashion trends I cannot seem to understand, and no matter how I try to like these trends, I just continue to see them as tacky and unflattering. Thus, I compiled a list of the worst fashion trends I believe that everyone should avoid.
T-shirts and Tank Tops with Quotes or Sayings:
This one is a bit easy; if “This is What a 10 Looks Like” is written on your shirt for people to know you’re a ten, then you probably aren’t actually a “10”–At least not in personality. This trend is immature looking, and frankly, tacky. So avoid the stuck-up and often insulting quotes, and opt for a form fitting, plain tee with cute accessories. You can buy them 5 for $20 at Wet Seal!
This one is actually fine in moderation. However, if you’re wearing huge, fluffy, bright colored bobbles– they tend to distract from any flattering feature. This also brings me to my next point…
Again, this is fine in moderation! But please, please, please only stick to one neon item per outfit, and the rest of your ensemble should be neutral. I reiterate, too much distraction from flattering features is, well, unflattering. This Miu Miu satchel fits the bill. *Click to buy
or this less expensive Cleobella cross-body: Click to buy
Frames without Glasses:
I don’t really understand the appeal of wearing 3D glasses with the lenses popped out, but a lot of people tend to think it’s a flattering look. Thick rimmed glasses are very cute if you have a prescription, but if you don’t, just toy around with some frames with plain glass lenses in them. Skip the punch outs!
School Girl Skirts:
Unless you’re fourteen years old and attending catholic school, this trend is greatly unattractive. They often come too short, too pleated, and WAY too tacky. I always opt for high-waist pencil skirts, but if you’re looking for a different alternative, try this cutie from “American Apparel”. Click to buy
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Originally posted at “First Class Fashionista”