7 Trends That Should Stay a Mistake of the past ...

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Worst trends to hit our wardrobes since the 70’s. I know you all wore at least 1 or 2 of these worst trends… whether you’ll admit it or not. We could be forgiven for these horrible fashion sins once they departed our closets. However, if you sported any 3 of these worst trends together, you still have some serious community service to do. No white after Labor Day, sticking with current trends and never taking fashion advice from Lady Gaga. Fashion's worst trends can’t be nailed down to a list of seven, but these are at the top of my list.

1. Shoulder Pads

Shoulder Pads

The first thing I think of when it comes to this worst trend is a football linebacker.

No doubt, hands down.

Shoulder pads should be illegal, and I think, if a designer must use them in their pieces they should at least make it easy to remove them.

Coming from a woman with already pronounced shoulders… if I wanted a little more width to my figure, I’d invest in crispy creme.2

Here’s a tip for you.

Once you have removed the shoulder pads use them to give your bust a little va-va-voom.

2. Tie-Dye

Tie-Dye

Don’t get me wrong, I’m all for the Fashion DIY projects, but really do we need to dye our clothing in colors that we only see in the kindergarten color wheel?

Really?

Do we?

Let this trend puff up in smoke just like those who wore it in the 70’s.

3. Harem Pants

Harem Pants

Harem pants should have never been allowed to hit the market in the first place.

Name one woman who honestly looks hot in a pair of pants that tightens at the waist, balloons at the hips, bags at the crotch and tapers at the ankle.

The designers who started this worst trend should have known words such as Tighten, Balloon, Bag and Taper were not 4 adjectives that described fashion brilliance.

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