Trends That Will Be Out of Fashion in Fall 2015

Posted: Fri, Aug 21st 2015, 00:40 | Updated: Tue, Oct 10th 2017, 04:43

Summer is bidding us farewell, faster than we expected. And it’s time to welcome the change – it’s time to welcome the fall season. Of course the best way to welcome the new season is updating your wardrobe and getting rid of summer un-essentials. It is very important that your wardrobe is cleared so that you can make space for the cozy knit sweaters, pant suits and slip dresses. Luckily you will find a few items in your wardrobe that are completely useless, just that you didn’t realize it till now. Let’s take a look at the clothes you should definitely throw at this time of the year, never to wear them again!

 

# Denim Leggings           
Do you remember when was the last time you wore these stretchy, elastic-waisted leggings? Neither do we! Denim leggings are so out-of-fashion that we wonder what they are still doing in your wardrobe. It’s time to toss them away – for good!

 

denim leggings

 

# Interview Pants           
Rather than calling these the interview pants, why aren’t they just called the “no-shape” pants! Because they precisely do not have any shape. They are wide all through, right from the rear to the ankle. Moreover who wears then to an interview anymore? Do you? We bet you don’t, sowhy allow them to occupy space in your wardrobe.

 

interview pants

 

# Striped Fedora Hats   
Fedora hats are cool, no doubt about them. But you need to ask yourself, are all fedora hats trendy. No they are not, though the classic fedoras will always be in style. You immediately need to dump the fedoras which have stripes on them and have brims that flip ups. Moreover you also need to get rid of the fedora with the contrast band, toss them to the garbage dump immediately!

 

striped fedora hats

 

# Counterfeit Handbags                              
It is not only uncool to carry counterfeit handbags, but by using them you are promoting and fueling a whole industry of organized crime and child labor. Do not think you can fool anyone by carrying a “Chanel – Made in China” when instead you should be carrying a “Chanel – Made in France”

 

counterfeit handbags

 

# Front Pump Shoes and Peep-Toe Wedge Shoes           
The front pump shoes have round toes with a hidden platform and unattractive taper heels. It is also unattractive and unfashionable (unless you are Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge!) to wear the peep-toe wedge shoes. It’s time you remove them from your wardrobe and make space for the in-fashion shoes of the season. 

 

front pump shoes

 

peep toe wedge shoes

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