8 BIZARRE FASHION TRENDS which are just too much

Most brands and retailers focus the bulk of their efforts on pushing new and creative fashion styles. The problem is that, over the years, a number of bad styles have come and gone. And if you don’t know how bad they truly are, you’re susceptible to embarrassing yourself.

1. URINAL DRESS

This look doesn’t come cheap – each dress sells for $2,602 where you roam around embarrassing wearing a potty seat around your body.

2. Mosquito Net Pants

The pants are made from fine 1.2-mm netting so they’re comfortable and extremely breathable while denying access to mosquitoes and other pesky insects.

3. OPPOSUITS

Opposuits’ offerings are both seasonal and evergreen, and it sells “ugly Christmas suits” in department stores during the holiday season. Each ensemble, which includes the jacket, pants, and ties all in the same pattern, retails for $99.

4. LACE SEPARATES

The collar and white belt are the least see-through part of the ensemble, with tightie-whities peeking through the lace for about $100.

5. POINTY BOOTS

Young men have developed an obsession with the bold footwear with toes so long, they are curled up in a giant spiral. The boots are said to have originated in Matehuala in the Mexican state of San Luis Potosí.

6. FACEKINI

One way to avoid the dangerous rays of the sun is to stay indoors, another is to apply a healthy layer of sun cream and slap on a wide-brimmed hat. However, there is a third option – a “Face-Kini” complete with a body suit. 

7. SEXY HULK PJS

I would totally love to feel like Hulk for a night.

8. WIZARD OF OZ

Gareth Pugh collection inspired by the Wizard of Oz at the London Fashion Week in 2008

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