10 Fashion Fads That Need To Die In 2018

2017 was per year of surprises, and the fashion world followed suit. A few patterns, similar to the rise of "athleisurewear" and the arrival of ruffles, were welcome additions. Be that as it may, different fashions left us shaking, particularly after models started brandishing them on the runway, or style-stars began welcoming them with open arms. Look at the current year's roundup of the awful fashion fads of 2017, and cross your fingers that they won't sneak into the New Year, either.

2017 was per year of surprises, and the fashion world followed suit. A few patterns, similar to the rise of “athleisurewear” and the arrival of ruffles, were welcome additions. Be that as it may, different fashions left us shaking, particularly after models started brandishing them on the runway, or style-stars began welcoming them with open arms. Look at the current year’s roundup of the awful fashion fads of 2017, and cross your fingers that they won’t sneak into the New Year, either.

1. Man rompers

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Making their debut just in time for summer 2017, man rompers were the male fashion trend nobody was expecting. Indeed, even still, more than a couple of brave souls wore them through the hotter months. There’s even a party of Christmas and Hanukkah-inspired man rompers for the party season.

2. The $10,000 pizza bikini

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For one day just, pizza chain Villa Italian Kitchen sold a two-piece swimsuit made completely of real dough, cheese, sauce and pepperoni in what they named “the world’s most mouthwatering bikini.” It was also probably a standout amongst the most costly, too, at $10,000.

3. “Underboob”

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Indeed, this idea has been around for a bit, yet the bold pattern truly grabbed steam this year. Supported by starlets and models who dare to uncover, the risque look touched the market in August and hasn’t left red rugs since.

4. Pajamas as daywear

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Cleverly repurposing loungewear as outerwear, the “pajamas as daywear” trend boldly arrived in 2017, wearing smart, silken robe. The comfy-sleek look gained traction with big names like Gigi Hadid, Zendaya Coleman, and Rachel Platten. Click on the next page to see more fashion fads.