Fashion trends to leave behind in 2017

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Fashion trends to leave behind in 2017

Nehal Jain | December 26, 2017 15:21 hrs

2017 will end in just a week and although January is the month for New Year’s resolutions, the truth is that the change for 2018 begins now!

When it comes to fashion, the trends are ever changing, but then there are some that stick around for way longer than they should have.

It’s about time that you rid yourself of these fashion habits that are as bad as the boy who never called you back. The easier way to achieve the ‘New Year, new you’ fabulousness is to simply drop the old habits that hold you back. Here are a few of them:

Wearing Tight Clothes to Look Slimmer

Extra skinny jeans would only suffocate you and keep you in discomfort all day. In fact, it de-emphasizes your curves as they are suppressed in a forced fabric. Just because something looks good on the hanger, doesn’t mean it’ll look good on you.

Buying More for No Reason

There’s always going to be a party to attend or a vacation to go to, a friend’s birthday or your neighbour’s wedding. These everyday reasons aren’t good enough to burn a hole in your pocket and flood your closet with one-time wears.

Princess crowns

Unless you’re in the target demographic for Frozen, put the princess crowns down already! Be it floral, pearl or crystal – the princess crowns have stuck around for much longer than they should have.

Tiny Sunglasses

By far the most ridiculous trend that was followed in 2017 – tiny sunglasses. What’s the point of wearing sunglasses, if they hardly even cover your eyes?! Also, tiny sunglasses only look good on one type of face – millennial model.

Following Every Trend, because it’s Out There!

Always remember - following the herd, never led you anywhere.

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