Cloche Hats

Cloche hats were a popular fashion accessory in the 1920s and 1930s. However, their popularity declined in the following decades as fashion trends evolved.

Capri Pants

Capri pants are often considered out of style because their length can be unflattering on many body types.

Super Low-Waist Jeans

We mentioned them in our intro, and we are going to mention them again. Low-waist jeans belong to the 2010s and should remain there.

Thin Scarves

Popular between 2003 and 2007, this fashion completely defeated the purpose of wearing a scarf. Despite being so thin that they could not provide any warmth whatsoever, these scarves were worn by all sorts of celebrities, from Hilary Duff to Kate Moss.

Gigantic Heels

Vogue is not wrong to claim that the 2010s killed high heels. No wonder girls worldwide started wearing sneakers with fancy dresses in the following decade. Let’s be clear:

Belly Chains

What to pair with super low-rise jeans? Of course, a sexy belly chain to adorn your belly button! Seriously, what were we thinking back then? Unless you are a belly dancer, leave jewelry on your arms, necks, and maybe feet if you’re going on an easygoing beach party.

Arm Warmers

You should eliminate all your arm warmers unless you’re singing in a punk rock band.

Trucker Hats

Guess what? Trucker hats should only be worn by truck drivers and baseball fans. Regardless of what the teenager in you say: No. They don’t make your outfit look any cuter.

The Velour Tracksuit

We’re getting so nostalgic just mentioning it: the famous velour tracksuit! Everyone wore it, from Britney Spears to Paris Hilton, Jennifer Lopez, and Lindsay Lohan.

Clear Heels

Clear heels have long become an outdated trend. They can be pretty uncomfortable because they are often made of stiff plastic material that doesn’t provide much cushioning or support for your feet.

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