This an interesting choice. The heels aside, this took a few too many elements and mushed them together to create one very odd looking shoe. The heels themselves look like the legs of an oak coffee table, and the snaky design is questionable.
We’re not sure why they went ahead with the lace-up style. A nice open heel could have been nice, but here we are.
Birds of a Feather Stick Together
Feather-philes rejoice! Your dreams of looking like Big Bird are now more achievable than ever with this full feathered trend! https://www.gettyimages.com/detail/news-photo/angela-gonzalez-wears-black-sunglasses-silver-earrings-a-news-photo/1388351398
Just be warned, if a strong gust of wind comes your way you may literally be swept away!
Shut Everything Out
No item in the history of fashion has ever made less sense than the shutter shades. somehow these things shot to popularity, flying off the shelves, especially for parties and various club events. And we are still trying to understand why.
These glasses don't really do much, they block out the sun, but they also block out your vision. Good luck to you and your eyes for this one.
Crochet All Day
Thinking of repurposing your grandmother's old blankets into awesome new sweaters? Great! But don't, at least not like this. This type of design firmly belongs in one place, and that is strictly in the bedroom of an old lady.
We will admit, as horrible as this looks, it is a pretty creative way to make a sweater.
Another relic of the past. Thousands of years from now archeologists will be digging up scrunchies, this bizarre hair type that lasted thankfully only a few years, and wonder why? Would they think its for hair? Because essentially why does a hair tie need to be so puffy? No one knows.
It will then invariably end up in some museum where people will gaze upon the hairpiece trying to decipher '80s fashion trends and why anyone in their right mind would wear a puffy velvet hair tie with a neon jacket.