The Trends Our Editors Are So Over Right Now
We all have different preferences when it comes to style. For some, they love to keep it simple with a daily uniform while others prefer to mix it up with a variety of different looks. Well, just like personal style differs, so does taste in specific trends. There may be certain looks you love but your BFF can’t stand, and vice versa. To give you a sense of what our editors (who all have different styles!) think about this topic, we tapped each and every one of them to spill on the trends they absolutely adore—and those they want to be gone forever. We bet you’ll totally be on the same page with many of these.
Keep scrolling to check out the number one trends we want to banish, as well as those we can’t get enough of. Plus, shop our favorites. We promise there’s something for everybody ahead.
“It might have been Coachella fashion that pushed me over the edge, but I’m ready for body chains to be retired. I’m not saying I won’t be feeling them several years down the line, but for now, I could use an extended break.”
“I have always hated Bermuda shorts. There is just something about the style I cannot stand. I think there are a lot of other modest and polished short styles out there that could easily replace them. In my opinion, they wouldn’t be missed.”
“Can we make those fake septum rings go away? They scare me.”
“While I’m okay with flip-flops at the beach or at a pool, I am not down with the rubber sandals out and about. With all of the cool slide options out there right now, there’s really no reason to wear the clunkers in your everyday life.”
“I would definitely banish body-con because honestly, it’s the furthest thing from flattering for my body type and I love sandwiches more than I love wearing tight clothes!”
“I’d be okay if I never saw a cropped mock turtleneck top again. I’m all for the non-cropped style as it lends a flattering silhouette, but the cropped version feels too festival-ready for me.”
What trend do you want to banish? Let us know in the comments below!
Opening Image: Sandra Semburg