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    ^ It's pretty ridiculous. If you weren't going to cover your underwear from view in the first place, why bother wearing pants?
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    A lot of these mentioned are fashion faux pas committed by the masses, not mistakes by the fashion forward.

    I'm more of a form over function person. Of course I must function, but not at the point that aesthetic value is sacrificed.

    I find more people are concerned with comfort and function, and that's why there's so many people wearing the equivalent of PJs in public
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    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie View Post
    Ladies.

    Enough with the "poof" with the hair in the front. It's just bad.
    Agreed! It makes you look like an Elvis impersonator.

    Also:

    - Overly ripped-up jeans that people buy to look like that
    - Fanny packs
    - Butt shorts
    - Belly shirts
    - Women's shirts that are too short, e.g. every shirt worn in the 90's
    - Women's pants that are too low waisted, e.g. every pair of pants worn in the 90's

    And most importantly...
    ...

    - Harem pants. I mean, HOLY CRAP. Someone find every pair that exists and burn them.
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    Ladies, This classic Vanessa Williams photo is a great example of what NOT to wear:



    Nice fur on the heels of your FMP's...

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    ^ WTF? Those nutty PETA extremists should chase her down the street. Lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    I find more people are concerned with comfort and function, and that's why there's so many people wearing the equivalent of PJs in public
    More power to them!
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    Quote Originally Posted by EffEmDoubleyou View Post
    More power to them!
    They're a blight on the landscape
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    I've only had a gripe with those fisherman shoes.. uh
    Crocs I think.
    Useful on a boat though because they grip well and don't mind getting wet.
    It's just odd seeing them on people going to the movies though.
    I think it's over now though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trope View Post
    I've only had a gripe with those fisherman shoes.. uh
    Crocs I think.
    Useful on a boat though because they grip well and don't mind getting wet.
    It's just odd seeing them on people going to the movies though.
    I think it's over now though.
    Though...it, just like most fashion, will most likely resurface again.

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    I get annoyed with how huge names like American Eagle, Holister, and A&F are. Not that the clothes are ugly, even though I would never buy them because of their price, but how ridiculously bold the brand names are on shirts and how EVERYONE especially younger people wear them, it's like we are all little shopping machines buying the same cruddy designer clothes from the same stores with the same thing labeled on the front. It's a bit redundant.
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