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    :laugh: I am just looking back at some old photos and chuckling to myself .

    Peddle pushers
    Slip on Skechers
    Octopus camo pants

    What was I thinking !? Although some trends seems to have come back around

    Chokers
    Bumbags
    Disco pants

    But what is the absolute WORST !?
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    Drawing on eyebrows like what the hell it is just a eyebrow.
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    I don't like Michael Kors bags. :erm: They're plain, verging on ugly looking - and not the status symbol some people believe them to be. Very ubiquitous and in my opinion, a pseudo designer good. They are only trendy because of the 'designer' appeal and that classifies it as a stupid trend in my eyes.
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    Those NERD and GEEK tops. A lot of popular girls would wear them with fake glasses and yet have the cheek to mock and bully those who were actually what society would deem as a 'geek':facepalm:Not saying every girl who wore those tops acted like that but I know a fair few who did and it was very hypocritical and annoying.

    Omg and those Jane Norman bags 99% of girls had during secondary school back in 2005 :laugh: I admit, I had one for about a week and then gave it to my mum
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    Not really a fan of boots like this
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    Wearing tights as leggings or overstretched leggings with a short top - never a good look when all you can see is someone's pants and belly bulging over the top
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    Crocs :afraid:
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    I hope Uggs as a fashion trend completely die and never return. Horrible invention.
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    (Original post by Spock's Socks)
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    Jane Norman bags
    2005 was THE year for stupid fashion , it was funny because it was just like the plastic bag you got when you bought something but not even like a garment or an actual bag !! :laugh:
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    (Original post by serah.exe)
    Crocs :afraid:
    AMENNNN
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    (Original post by WoodyMKC)
    I hope Uggs as a fashion trend completely die and never return. Horrible invention.
    Uggs are Uggly
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    I could accept ripped jeans, but not rather than being ripped, all jeans have that one single precise tear where the knees are. Like what's the ****ing point. It really gets on my nerves. Fashion designers shouldn't have this much power.

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    (Original post by SinsNotTragedies)
    I don't like Michael Kors bags. :erm: They're plain, verging on ugly looking - and not the status symbol some people believe them to be. Very ubiquitous and in my opinion, a pseudo designer good. They are only trendy because of the 'designer' appeal and that classifies it as a stupid trend in my eyes.
    Second this. Will judge anyone who wears one of these.

    They have become so ubiquitous like you say. The bags aren't "luxury". Michael Kors is a great designer but these bags come from his MICHAEL MICHAEL KORS line, which is a diffusion line targetted at the masses. Other examples include MARC by Marc Jacobs and D&G by Dolce and Gabbana (both have now been scrapped I believe). Most consumers aren't aware of this.

    Diffusion lines are secondary/ inferior lines which accessible and a valuable source of company revenue. People think they are buying a designer luxury good... but in reality they aren't. A bag from Michael Kor's original high fashion line will set you back a few thousand. The cheap diffusion line costs £100 or so.
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    Unnatural looking highlight.
    Overly drawn on brows.
    Foundation lips.
    Fake freckles.

    Cloth chokers.
    Tombstone nails (hooker nails).
    Creepers.
    Ripped jeans.
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    neoliberalism

    (haha, edgy)
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    The unnatural and weird looking gradient eyebrows. Atleast they got both eyebrows looking the same tho..
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    (Original post by Spock's Socks)
    Those NERD and GEEK tops. A lot of popular girls would wear them with fake glasses and yet have the cheek to mock and bully those who were actually what society would deem as a 'geek':facepalm:Not saying every girl who wore those tops acted like that but I know a fair few who did and it was very hypocritical and annoying.

    Omg and those Jane Norman bags 99% of girls had during secondary school back in 2005 :laugh: I admit, I had one for about a week and then gave it to my mum
    I agree.

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    Not really a fan of boots like this
    Love those boots. :love:


    In answer to the OP;

    Stupid eyebrow trend.

    Wanting to look like the Kardashian disaster-and the rest of her family.

    Clown contouring-yeah, you do look like a clown, congrats.

    Holographic everything-I have a holographic phone case, but having everything holographic just looks ridiculous.

    I'll edit when I think of more.
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