Category: Fashion Disasters

Which 90’s Trend Should Have NEVER Happened?

I remember the 90’s well. The “MC Hammer” pants with the v-cut at the bottom, Cross Colours, African medallions, and Malcolm X hats. Some trends I was into, some I weren’t. Among my favorite were my long, bright sleevless A-line shirts with footless tights that I always wore with a long necklace, and an ankh hanging from it. Yup. Good times. But we want to know which trends you think should have never happened. Trends you swore would come back. Like these Dr. Martins you’ll never see me stepping out the house in.

Grammy Whammy

I guess it’s safe to say that when it came to the Grammy’s last night, anything went. Because the stars were one collected deconstructed mess. Whatever they were angling for their outfits didn’t necessarily showcase their assets in the best light. Maybe it had something to do with the full moon.

I love Jennifer Hudson. The woman can sing, period. No reverb machine needed, just pure confidence.
But even she looks a little pensive in her style choice.

Leona Lewis is wearing–nothing! Oh wait–it’s a nude-colored gown.

Four more phalanges and M.I.A. could pass for Miss Spider.

I really don’t know much about Maiyisha, but this getup is one hot harem mess!

Kim Kardashian goes for modern glam, but gets lost in a busy, ruffled mound of fabric.

Estelle has landed.

Jordin Sparks? eehhh…

Fantastia is surprisingly stylish, elegant, and poised.
Hair, Makeup, Dress-everything!5 Stars for this upgrade!

And for some random-ness, Audrina Patridge. Some of you know that I’m a closet Hills/City fan (who doesn’t enjoy gagging at a group of delusional girls trying to “make it in the fashion world”?). But I love this outfit.


When Disaster Strikes: Teyana Taylor

Teyana Taylor can be very cute when she wants to be. Here an adorable, doll-like face…

…takes a turn for the odd with a pair of ruby rhinestone nipples…

…and leaves us gagging with the atrocious boots.

Nothing about this look is redeemable. Where are her people???


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