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Oh my gosh, flared jeans on anyone! No No No!
I have a feeling we're about due for a revival of those...

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Too tight sleeves where the upper arm bulges out...... just get looser sleeves ppl!

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12-05-2006
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Flared seven jeans with a long tight pink or green cotton t-shirt that goes over your butt and is covered by one of those Jessica Simpson "disc belts."

I LOVE Coach, but everyone always seems to buy the ugly brown monogram mini things, which are so gross.


Northface Denali Jackets




THen Again, fleece in general is kinda gross.

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I really don't like ugg boots, teaming them with a mini skirt and singlet is an absolutey ridiculous look, they are great for around the house (the uggs that is) when its cold but then so are flannelette pj's. Yhetti boots just simply should not exist - not even for wear around the house - those things are scary.

Oh and I almost forgot, not dressing for the elements - skimpy clothing in the middle winter, I think this look just defies commonsense.

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How shall I say this delicately..... errrr, members of our world population that are grossly overweight ( in the US, we call them fat ) wearing clothes 3 times too small. Ohh, and just because something is made in your size does not mean you have to wear it.

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How shall I say this delicately..... errrr, members of our world population that are grossly overweight ( in the US, we call them fat ) wearing clothes 3 times too small.
agreed!

and cellulite + spandex = no! never! for the love of god NO!

(I recently went to a inexpensive buffet type restaurant and my eyes were assulted by a very overweight woman with bad cellulite wearing hot Orange Spandex pants! Needless to say, "all you can eat" wasn't much for me that day...)

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People still insist on wearing mini skirts (especially denims) with UGG BOOTS!!!

It's like, "Damn it's too cold to wear my favourite sk - hang on... I'll wear Uggs! Problem solved!" Not.

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mom jeans.

fake louis. (that are obviously fake)

the high school tight jeans tight abercrombie shirt, straightened hair, black eyeliner, hoop earring, chunky sneaker look. (that seems to be soo very popular at my school) gag me.

a lot of the things most people find pet peevish like leggings, big handbags/sunglasses, etc. are actually seen as "fashionable" here in suburbia because not many people are into that kind of fashion. Their idea of fashion is Abercrombie/shopping mall type of stuff. So wearing leggings and chunky bangles, vintage/thrift store stuff here is actually quite fun. (for ex. taking inspiration from Lindsay, Nicole, Sienna, kate..)

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I have a feeling we're about due for a revival of those...
Please God noooooooooooo!

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mom jeans.

the high school tight jeans tight abercrombie shirt, straightened hair, black eyeliner, hoop earring, chunky sneaker look. (that seems to be soo very popular at my school) gag me.
HAHA! I had to look at that for 18 years before I moved to NYC. Theres nothing like flared jeans and big running shoes.

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Ok here I go:
Uggs
leggings
huge basketball shorts on girls
pajamas out of the house (except for pajama day at school)
Juicy Couture
Coach monogram bags (like the one that was posted)
North Face Denali jackets (at my school half the kids own a North Face, many own multiples. This is the Seattle area but you should be somewhat fashionable. They're overpriced and fugly!)
HUGE hoop earrings (please, no more than 2" in diameter)
Vera Bradley
ANYTHING boho especially broomstick skirts
flannel (ugh, this is Seattle. You'd think that people would be trying to shake the associations of flannel from 10 years ago and the grunge. Alas, no. Tons of people wear flannel)

I'm done for now

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agreed!

and cellulite + spandex = no! never! for the love of god NO!

(I recently went to a inexpensive buffet type restaurant and my eyes were assulted by a very overweight woman with bad cellulite wearing hot Orange Spandex pants! Needless to say, "all you can eat" wasn't much for me that day...)
OMFG.

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All the girls at my school with ridiculous fake LV bags.
I saw an "LV" FANNY PACK today.

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^actually, im almost positive LV did come out w/ a fanny-pack in recent years (Im not an LV expert, so dont quote me on that)..

for me: silver & gold jewelry worn together at the same time..and popped collars, esp. w/ polos...

what am i missing here?


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I've done some fashion no no's. In middle school one day my purple snake thong was sticking out and some boys noticed it and were all like "omg" and after that day almost every girl had there thongs sticking out to get attention but I didnt I swear on it! lol. And the Ugg boots yes I wore them with my jean skirts, but Im replacing them with real boots, slim sleek and sexy not bulky and eskimo looking.

But some of my pet peeves are light jeans that are extremely faded in the front and back.

Girls carrying fake designer bags.

I have to agree that girls wearing A&F tight jeans and those layer tops with straight sleek hair and lots of liner is getting old. and IS ugly.

Girls wearing leggings and doing the whole 80's look seems like they are trying too hard.

Guys wearing really baggy jeans that comes down to there knees and you can see there boxers... like common wear a belt! you spend so much on those jeans why cant you buy ones that actually fit.

Also girls that purposely makes their hair look messy and wet? like they put a ton of hairspray to make it a wet look like they just got out of the shower.



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