As far as things I am sick of:
Label bags-the only "label bags" I am okay with are neutral prints in a classic shape. I read a Bollywood style blog and there was a picture of a yesteryear actress who was carrying a neutral Coach logo bag, but for her it worked as she was wearing a sari that was very close to the bag in colour, and it made the logo look like a design and not a plea to show wealth.
Strong shoulders-on me, this looks clownish, as I have narrow shoulders anyway and I like to keep them that way.
Day-Glo coloured pants
Black tees with neon slogans on them (basically: half the stuff that Wet Seal is selling right now)
Many of the Herve Leger bandage dresses, and the "inspired-by" ones. I admittedly have a few of the Express version, but I wear a shirt over the top as I like it as a skirt.
Anything emo/scenester, ESPECIALLY THE MAKEUP. I could do a whole list of makeup trends I am sick of...
North Face Denali jackets
About high-waisted skirts, in some cases, it can be done right. I feel that a high-waisted pencil skirt is a very classic silhouette, and for an hourglass figure, it is one of the best things you can have in your wardrobe. But when you are wearing something totally fugly and you add the belt and you're wearing a simple tank or bodysuit-it's a fail, IMO. If you're doing a basic tank, there had better be some interesting cover-up, or some darned good accessories.
Finally, the "no-makeup" look. The whole point is to have fun with makeup-if you're wearing makeup to look like you aren't, it's tacky and it makes me want to take a blending brush and MAC's Blue Calm to their eyes.
Kiki's Beauty World Please remember: NO bolding of my name, as it gives me headaches.
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