I have talked lot about the fashion trends “In” this season but today I’ll be talking about “outdated fashion trends”. I just wish they never come back..
Mullet dresses: Personally I really don’t like these low-high dresses as they are neither a proper short fitting dress nor a feminine maxi dress. When the setup itself is so puzzling, the look becomes puzzled too and that’s the problem with these sorts of dresses which need to disappear soon. It’s better to wear a short or maxi dress rather wearing this. So, for me this is a fading trend and I’m not going to wear them.
Raccoon eyes: There’s a fine line between Smokey eyes and raccoon eyes so please stop overdoing your eye makeup as it looks horrible. Actress Taylor Momsen’s raccoon eyes look terrible and there’s nothing attractive about that. So, stop wearing too much makeup. Girls love wearing a lot of eyeliner, but raccoon eyes are not hot ladies.
Bandage Dresses: Bandage dresses were so overvalued when they entered the international fashion sight, particularly by fat celebs who wore them to look slimmer, that they also became boring and overused. Anything in a reasonable amount is acceptable and when something goes overboard, it’s time to ditch it. So, think twice before them again.
Torn or Printed stockings: I never like the printed stockings as they look so weird and tacky; I’m still wondering how can someone wear it? They look horrible and out of place in lieu of looking fashionable nowadays. And same goes for the torn stockings too, how can you wear them.. like without pants?? Is this a trend? Really? If yes, then stop wearing it right now as it looks ugly and wear your pants.
Shoulder Pads: Shoulder pads were basically created to balance slouchy or droopy shoulders. On the contrary, they handled quite well to create an impression of mass and made the lady look much bulky than she was. Numerous women in the 80s loved this look and the trend has been surfacing every now and then but I wish this trend stayed in the 80’s only.
Stop wearing the above trend unless you don’t want to be the next fashion disaster.