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Fashion trends I’m tired of seeing

Credit: Mischa Lee
Join WSPN’s Mischa Lee as she discusses teenage fashion trends that she’s tired of seeing.

Fashion trends are ever-changing, but in my opinion, some trends have stayed for too long. Many trends have sparked popularity from social media, mostly TikTok, and have become the trends of the mid-2020s. While some people are still able to pull off these trends, I think that it’s time that these trends disappear from the spotlight of teenage fashion.

Urban Outfitters Modern Love Corset
Urban Outfitters corset tops were Gen-Z’s most beloved “going-out” top for the few years. The Urban Outfitters Mondern Love Corset and black leather pants combination was the college “night out” uniform. While I think it started as being really cute and unique, the corset top turned into the most basic top that someone could wear as it rapidly grew in popularity. The corset itself is pretty, however it has become overworn, so it’s something I would never buy. There are hundreds of more unique “night out” tops that could be worn instead of this basic corset that deserve to be in the spotlight instead. Here are some examples: 1, 2, 3, 4

Urban Outfitters Out From Under Go For Gold Seamless Top
Not only did the corset from Urban Outfitters take over the internet, but their  Out From Under Go For Gold Seamless Top did as well. This was another Urban Outfitters item that went completely viral on TikTok. With an almost five-star star overall rating and 2,527 reviews, it’s clear that this top was a fan favorite, and it still is. However, I think this is another top that is now overworn. It’s advertised as a lounge top, but it’s also a top that you can wear out. I fell victim to wearing this on a night out, and although it was cute then, it isn’t now. There are a multitude of choices of other lounge tops or “going out” tops that you can choose. This top has run its course and it needs to go.

Tasman Uggs and Ultra Mini Uggs have skyrocketed in popularity over the past year, especially during the fall season. While I think the Ultra Mini Uggs will and should stay trending, the Tasman Uggs shouldn’t. The Ultra Mini Uggs go with anything you wear, while the design of the rim on the Tasmam Ugg makes them harder to pair with. Honestly, I don’t love the odd design on the Tasmans rim. Certain outfits could definitely work well with these shoes, but I think we should leave the Tasmans and stick with the Ultra Mini Uggs.

Maxi denim skirts
Maxi denim skirts have been a controversial trend since they became trendy. In my opinion, we should stick to regular jeans and denim mini skirts–not combine the two. When people wear long denim skirts, the denim itself feels overpowering to the rest of the outfit and it can be too much.

Classic Adidas Sambas
Classic Adidas Sambas have also been another controversial trend since gaining popularity. I don’t like the classic “black and white” style Adidas Sambas, however I do like Adidas Sambas with different colors. When the stripes of the shoes are in a different color or when the shoe itself is a different color like pink or blue, the shoe becomes much more stylish. However, I would never buy these shoes because there are more enticing shoe options like the classic New Balance 550 sneakers for example.

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Mischa Lee
Mischa Lee, Copy Editor
Mischa Lee, Class of 2025, is a third year reporter and a copy editor for multimedia and podcast. She is a member of the swim team at WHS. In her free time, Mischa likes spending time with friends, traveling and watching movies. Contact: [email protected]
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    Jane TardifDec 12, 2023 at 1:37 PM

    Uggs are always in Mischa.