The 21 Biggest Fashion Faux Pas
By: Julie Michelle Smith
17. The Popped Collar
We'd add a funny caption, but the photo pretty much says it all.
18. Shoulder Pads
There's absolutely no need for a girl to have the shoulders of an adult rugby player on steroids.
We'd have hoped that the mullet would have died a slow death, but we still see guys walking around with dead rodents on their heads. Aweful!
20. Fanny Packs
Not even Hulk Hogan can make a fanny pack look cool -- though it does divert the attention from his mop and bucket.
21. Aloha Shirts / Tie Dye
We really don't get why someone would want to be a walking cause of epilepsy.
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