Five Fashion Trends That Need to Stop
The only thing that makes a mediocre trend worse is seeing it everywhere. On everyone. It’s subjective and more than a little irrational to hate something so much based largely on its popularity, but let’s be honest and say I’m human and therefore subjective and more than a little irrational.
I thought for a second your hoodie said Hermes, but then I noticed it said Homies and I was like LOLz that’s so #clever. (Ditto Ain’t Laurent, Celfie, Feline, Purrmes, etc).
Once upon a time, someone in fashion decided upside down/oversized crosses had huge trend potential. And they were (unfortunately) right. I’m not religious, yet I’m oddly put off by the carelessness with which girls adorn themselves with blatantly religious symbols. The whole trend reeks of desperation to be hip/edgy, when it just comes off as tacky and irreverent. Dislike.
It’s like the footwear of a stylish space cadet from the latest dystopian blockbuster, except uglier and significantly less cool. I’m still trying to find out who was responsible for this.
I thought this trend would die ten years ago; alas, I was wrong, and people are still wearing these things even in the dead of summer. I say this as gently as I can (which is not at all): It’s time to put them down. I mean, the reason’s in the name.
Do you really love pink? Really? Rush season ended seven years ago; it’s time to retire your sorority sister gear. Two words: Basic Bitch.