The furry slide is SO 70s, and some how it's managed to cling to life even to this day. But usually it's not even real fur, and also usually it isn't even real comfortable either. Slide out, furry slides! Slide out of our lives for good!
Street fashion photographer Julien Boudet HATES seeing the oversize hoodie with the long sleeves. It's like: normal size arms should have normal size sleeves. Use that extra fabric for something else. Like maybe a tiny sweater for your fingers or something. Just don't be wasteful.
Who What Wear says that low rise jeans are OUT. One of their style experts says, "I find that they are just not flattering.” Wow. That's like ringing the death toll on the apparel. But maybe something that sits on the hips will actually be a bit more fitting.
Another fad that fashion stylist Eva Losado can't stand is the oversize shirt. It's like, what's the point of sizes if people are just going to where whatever they want? Small means XL. XL would be what? Gargantuan? Just wear the size that the good Lord intended you to where.
The Hater app found out that women in their 30s do not like festival garb. That makes sense enough. It's consumerist threads contrived to give the illusion of a bohemian juissance, but in reality is just over-the-top nonsense. Don't wear this stuff outside Coachella, or you'll be glowered at my an entire generation.
Apparently, forty-year-olds can't stand the skinny tie. They're getting to be so skinny that they're literally just like lines, or two lines hanging down from the neck. They barely cover the buttons anymore. They should just disappear all together.
Also, teens can't stand the turtleneck. Maybe they like the neck. Some people don't like the neck. They like the head. They like a nice chest cavity. They like a nice torso. But the neck they can do without. That's why they hide it. Other people like to see the neck. Teens like to see the neck.
People in their 20s HATE the henna tattoo. Why is that? Maybe because, like so many other cultural appropriations, it's been overused? Or is it the limitations of henna compared to those of more permanent ink tattoos?
For a while, leggings could pass as pants. How that ever became a thing is still a mystery on par with the Bermuda Triangle and Area 51. But now, apparently, today's fashionistas are not about it. If you do wear them, however, make sure no underwear shows, so they say.
Halle Berry wore leopard skin once, and we all know where her career ended up. According to Hater, again, people in their 40s hate seeing leopard skin clothing. Is it possible that it's a little too chichi these days? Or is it because so many animals are going extinct due to climate change?
Same as with the oversized hoodies and what not, the shrug-off jacket or coat is frowned upon by stylists these days. Why wear a jacket that's meant to fall off? Doesn't make sense. If we wore clothes that all fell off, we'd be nudists by default.
People in their 50s are averse to the jogger pant. They're not really sweat pants, they're not really track pants, they're not really anything. Some people wear them like formal wear. These people don't know the first thing about style.