Low rise jeans that are too tight and make your hips look square/non-existent.
Pants with writing on the butt.
Pastel sweat suits
Small shirts on large girls, especially when it makes you wonder if a 12 year old is pregnant or just has an enormous gut.
Super short SHORT shorts, especially on a girl with no butt or a cottage cheese butt/thigh combo
Ill-fitting clothes, in general. (Anyone know why Old Navy only sells jeans in even sizes? I blame them for all the young girls walking around the mall in ill-fitting clothes. I am NOT a 4. I am NOT a 6. I am a 5, gosh darnit!)
Terena, I used to work in fashion, and in the garment industry, even numbers are used for "women's sizes" whereas odd numbers indicate "juniors".
It's tough to standardize fit, but 1/2, 3/4, 5/6, and so on should be roughly equivalent. If you fit a 5 in juniors, you should be buying a 6 in women's.
I'm pretty open to people's fashion choices. As long as the look suits your body & personality, you can where any trend or style you like. I just have one, single caveat: In this day and age there is NO reason to have panty lines. Either wear a thong or buy pants a size up. And if you're wearing white or light colored pants or a skirt wear a nude, not white, pair of panties, they won't show through.
Thanks for letting me get that off my chest. :lol
don't know if it has been said yet, but no one should ever be allowed to wear stirrup pants again. Hideous and it looks like your about to be a two legged sling shot!
Amen to that. It drives me crazy. :down
Glitter makeup of any kind
Curse you judgmental people!! *shakin' fist in air* I'm sitting here in my baggy low-rider bell bottoms, thong showing, six inch white pumps, with "tastiness" written across my ass and I'm weaping.
What happened to tha love? What happened to humanity??? *sigh*
Okay, keepin' it "real"..I'll add one thing: velour jogging suits. All I can say is "whaaaa?" And if you have one, eat your velour-lovin' heart out and enjoy, enjoy, enjoy. It's just not for me, and honestly I think it makes a person look like a shiny little sleep walker. (But if you're wearing one right now...never mind..."you look mahvelous." ;) )
I'm sorry, Shazzer, since I've had my back injury, I've lived in velour jogging suits. They're the only thing I can comfortably wear, especially to all my physical therapy sessions. And they're just a little bit nicer than wearing sweats out of the house, and just as comfy. I think I have every color Juicy Couture makes. I'm just glad I got hurt while this trend is still in fashion. :lol
Thanks for the image! :lol
Originally Posted by Terena79
I hear you on the size thing, but as a guy for me it would be in jeans, etc. I think I could use an odd number in most (like 33 or 35 length as opposed to 34 or 36), but they are hard to find. So the choice in most brands is either too short so you look like a putz, or too long so you drag the bottom through every puddle you walk through.
I agree. I'm too big to wear a thong plus I have no intention of "getting used to it" but properly sized panties should not show a line. Even under thin clothes the 'microfiber' kind don't show. I have another peeve in this area though. I hate to see a woman wearing a thong and it's obvious, because the pants are riding so far into the crack! Get a size larger pants, or get the "tall" size if it happens because you're longwaisted. It seems to me people will put up with anything to avoid getting a larger size clothes. Folks, we can't see the size tags from outside. But we can see the ill fit! The same applies to skirts and tops so tight that they look like sausage skins!
Originally Posted by SnowflakeGirl
Originally Posted by Shazzer
I have a really cute littel baby baby pink one and it isn't shiny at all, and I love it!!!
Anything that Paris Hilton wears. Can't she use her money to hire a stylist or something? :nerd
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