We’re not exactly sure when it happened, but at some point during the late ‘90s raver fashion moved from the underground to the red carpet. At least that’s what we think happened, otherwise we really can’t explain Gwen Stefani’s look.
We’ve heard of matching accessories to your outfit, but most people don’t typically match their hair color to their bra! And that’s just what’s going on above the belt, let’s not even get into her weirdly futuristic shiny skirt over pants? We’re really glad this chapter in Gwen’s lookbook is done!
Men's fashion was always known for being functional with a no-frills policy, but the 70s tell a different story when it comes to silk shirts. Sure, an older generation may have raised an eyebrow, but don't they always?
Either you loved these frilly shirts or you hated them, and now they have certainly seen a return in contemporary times thanks to the likes of rappers like Drake and Wiz Khalifa who were seen wearing floral silk shirts.
Loco For Logos
It's hard not to think that that subtly is a dying art form when we look at the logo overload trend.
Every inch of your clothing (including your underwear) must have a big and bold designer label (real or fake) if you want to be considered cool these days. It's just too much to read for one outfit in our opinion.
On paper, this woman's makeup is pretty standard. Red lips, sculpted brows, and long lashes. But it’s the exaggeration of normal makeup that drives people away. It’s amplified so boldly that it makes one cringe.
The lips look overinflated like they might pop, and the lashes are so long they overtake her brows. It’s unsettling, but some think it’s a smart beauty trend.
Bring a whole new meaning to "2 shirts for the price of 1" is the Balenciaga Oversized Dual Combo T-Shirt.
We have to wonder if this was Balengiaica's way of turning a sewing machine malfunction into high fashion. Next time maybe just throw it in the trash and start over.