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12 Fashion Trends I Wish Would Go Out of Style

I feel like I’ve been pretty open about accepting new trends. I’m okay with skinny high-waisted jeans just like our moms wore in the 80s, pin-up girl style bikinis are pretty cute to me, even jeggings have found their way into my closet. However, there are certain fashion trends that really cross a line for me, or have been accepted for way too long in my opinion. Maybe if we band together we can get rid of them! Am I off the mark here or do you agree?


  • Leopard Print 1 of 12
    Leopard Print
    Certain animal prints I like and enjoy in a small dose but I've never met a leopard print that looked classy.
    Find this jacket here at Urban Outfitters for $59
  • Culottes and Wide Leg Trousers 2 of 12
    Culottes and Wide Leg Trousers
    Especially in a horizontal stripe, and with the exception of pajamas. In my opinion, there's a reason why pajama-shaped pants are meant to be worn inside where no one can see you.
    Find this pair here at Zara for $59.90
  • Mommy and Me Outfits 3 of 12
    Mommy and Me Outfits
    Kids these days dress too much like adults anyway. Why would we make it worse by dressing just like them? I'm calling this one a bit tacky
    See this one at Blue Sky Rocket
  • Huge Flower Headbands on Babies 4 of 12
    Huge Flower Headbands on Babies
    I get that your bald little baby girl might need a bitty flower clip on her head to distinguish her from the baby boy next door, but a gigantic flower is feminine overload for such a little babe.
    Find this one for $10.99 at Amazon
  • Mustaches 5 of 12
    Mustaches
    Mustaches were overplayed, and I'm pretty sick of them. I get it, they're funny. Like 4 years ago. But that aside, where do we even begin with this one? Unless you're dressing up as the Easter Bunny, there's no good reason for a grown adult to have a huge bunny plastered on their sweatshirt.
    Find this top here at Asos for $35.94
  • Huge Ruffled Blouses 6 of 12
    Huge Ruffled Blouses
    Confession: I still have a couple of these in my closet but am feeling that they're starting to look a bit lion mane-ish. Please remind me of this if you see me wearing one.
    Find this onehere at Overstock for $29.99
  • Wild Wedge Booties 7 of 12
    Wild Wedge Booties
    I'm just beginning to be okay with booties, but huge wedge ones, especially with wild cut-outs, just seem way over the top — and a bit too red light district for me
    Find these Jeffery Campbell's for $179 at Urban Outfitters
  • Embroidered Birds 8 of 12
    Embroidered Birds
    The trend of slapping an embroidered bird on any article of clothing for instant sweetness has been going on for waaaaay too long and needs to end.
    See this one here at This Next
  • Sweater Dresses in a Horizontal Stripe 9 of 12
    Sweater Dresses in a Horizontal Stripe
    Sweater dresses are pretty unflattering enough for most body types, but add a horizontal stripe and unflattering takes on a whole new unfortunate meaning.
    See it here at Lulus for $79
  • Elastic Ankle Trousers 10 of 12
    Elastic Ankle Trousers
    I've never seen a body type flattered in an elastic waist pant. It's a slippery slope from these to MC hammer pants.
    Find this pair here at Zara for $79.90
  • Pajama Jeans 11 of 12
    Pajama Jeans
    I'm iffy enough on jeggings but pajama jeans just cross a very visible line in my book. Pajamas or jeans. Pick one.
    See this pair here at Target for $35.99
  • Ironic Tees 12 of 12
    Ironic Tees
    Sure, I've been known to still wear my "Canada: Fits Your Budget" tee but I'm mostly over them, especially for men in their 30s and 40s.
    Find this one here at Threadless for $20

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