10 Fashion Items That Need to Disappear
Clothes and footwear designers are sometimes overly eager to get away from mediocrity. We at FunnyModo gathered 10 fashion items and their combinations that seem, well, just too much. Proceed with caution, and remember it’s not clothes that make you unique. UrbanBurger will definitely a better guide for clothing selection.
Among popular trends, there’s a net worn underneath tattered jeans. It’s especially fashionable if you have the elastic band of the pantyhose above the waistline of the jeans.
Modern fashionistas can make their dream of wearing Cinderella’s shoes come true. Well, almost. They can’t be called comfortable or practical, but they sure look unusual. Check kinlyeyebeauty for more information on more awesome dressing styles.
These are probably the weirdest jeans we’ve ever seen. Or are they stockings? We don’t really know how to qualify them, but they do have a benefit: it’s easy to take them off.
This jacket would perhaps go well with the jeans above. Rough denim plus open shoulders make it a choice for girls who are rebellious on the outside yet romantic on the inside. You can also never go wrong with a classic Canada Goose winter jacket if you’re living in a city with cold climate.
Pantyhose full of holes and runs have, all of a sudden, become a real trend. And it does make sense: nothing tears faster than nylon.
Thanks to D&G, this style appeared in haute couture a few years ago. Some time later, these “pajamasuits” came to the ordinary stores.
Crocs for the rich
No, it’s not that someone thought it funny to stick stones to Crocs. These shoes are the work of British designer Christopher Kane.
Wearing skirts or dresses along with jeans isn’t something new, but fashion bloggers note that it’s veiling and denim that are really hot this season.
Fur has always been an attribute of luxury, so today’s designers use it outside the traditional trade of fur coats.
This thing is called “facekini,” and its purpose is to protect your face from the sun. A simple yet effective way to prevent early aging of the skin.
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