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    It's December and we only have 1 month until 2015. What do you think the worst trends of 2014 have been? IMO 2014 has been a pretty dire year.


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    (Original post by datpiff)
    It's December and we only have 1 month until 2015. What do you think the worst trends of 2014 have been? IMO 2014 has been a pretty dire year.


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    I think bringing back the 90s trend...... walking into Miss Selfridge in the summer was like being 12 again... i.e. tie dye crop tops and hotpants... eeek! Wasn't good the first time round.....

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    (Original post by She-Ra)
    I think bringing back the 90s trend...... walking into Miss Selfridge in the summer was like being 12 again... i.e. tie dye crop tops and hotpants... eeek! Wasn't good the first time round.....

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    I saw a trouser skirt in H&M and got very afraid :afraid: ... but luckily they didn't seem to catch on. :yy:
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    (Original post by She-Ra)
    I think bringing back the 90s trend...... walking into Miss Selfridge in the summer was like being 12 again... i.e. tie dye crop tops and hotpants... eeek! Wasn't good the first time round.....

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    Even though there's the massive nostalgia factor, I hated the 90s. They stunk (but not as much as the 80s).

    I see 15 & 16 year olds walking around in crop tops and hotpants and I don't know how their parents let them walk around city centre like that. When people are wondering which is shorter (the top or the pants) it's time to change.


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    Kids walking around these days like rejects from Clarissa Explains it All:

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    Those loom bands just kinda came and went didn't they? Scoobies lasted a bit longer at least.
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    (Original post by Puddles the Monkey)
    I saw a trouser skirt in H&M and got very afraid :afraid: ... but luckily they didn't seem to catch on. :yy:

    Nooooooo!

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    Those big silly beards sticking out at the sides that every man and their dog has been trying to grow.
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    Frozen
    its been everywhere this year like shops,tv,radio,magazines and I'm a bit sick of it
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    Ridiculously fake drawn on eyebrows!
    Girls wearing 90's man sandals and weird patterned leggings.
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    People drawing on eyebrows
    The rise in UKIP popularity
    Some girls putting so much on it looks like they have painted make up onto their faces
    Frozen
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    Bucket hats, check shirts tied around waists.

    Will update..
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    Mom jeans + anything high-waisted, and those annoying green coats with fur lined hoods.
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    90's tracksuits, oversized clothes.
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    (Original post by Arkasia)
    Mom jeans + anything high-waisted, and those annoying green coats with fur lined hoods.
    Parkas?
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    Parka's are not uncool.

    But backwards caps on the head of every rent boy is... there's another.
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    That short back and sides quiff on top haircut. Not even cool on Olivier Giroud.
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    Dip-dye, ombre, whatever you want to call it, hair.

    Sometimes it can look nice but the vast majority of ordinary people I've seen doing it just like they neglected to get their roots done or had a bad accident with bleach!
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    Lumbersexuals?

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    twerking got a whole new upgrade this year, yeah it's nice but too much
 
 
 
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