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I Secretly Hate the Current Fashion Trend of:

Okay, let’s be honest here. I just can’t narrow it down to one.

PhotobucketHere’s my personal opinion. Shoulder pads, neon, and parachute pants are three things that died and should have stayed dead. Period. End of story.

Now that we’ve got that cleared up, I’ll say: I am not a fan of ankle boots.

Ironically, I owned a pair in 5th grade, and I thought I was pretty hot stuff.
But back then I also thought that wearing spandex under short, shorts was cool,
So I rest my case.

There, that’s finally off my chest.

While I'm away, I've managed to wrangle some of my most loyal followers into posting for me. This dear girl is A Goddess In Progress and has honored me with 4 whole posts. Take the time to honor her by commenting and hopping on over to her blog afterward. -Cannwin

Comments

Ashy said…
I hate the fashion trends that show tons of skin. That's all I'll say on that.

But there's a weird trend going on here at my college- there's these feathers that you can put in your hair and it stays there for however long you want, and you can wash it and braid it and whatever. It's one of those fads that exploded here, and everyone is doing it (except me). It's kind of weird. Feathers? Who knew?
Gr8Life said…
The trend I don't like that's back is leggings! Why does everyone think look great in leggings? I think that is a trend for ONLY little girls, high school, 1st year collage students. That is something you would expect them to wear but anyone older I think they look STUPID!!! And the feather hair extensions thing that is popular here in phoenix as well I don't like it much but I don't much like the tinsel hair extensions either I think it looks like you had a run in with a Christmas tree. I think those are also fads for only the young female. And what Ashy said about the trend to shows tons of skin I don't like it either. I am woman and I think it's very awkward trying to talk to another woman when she's practically naked! I know they think 'what's the big deal We're all woman but I don't care I don't want to see you mostly naked it's weird!!!
What I do like is the diversity in trends right now. So if you don't like one trend there are many more to choose from.

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