13 Fashion Trends We'd Like To Leave Behind In 2019

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Rihanna at the Savage x Fenty show on September 10 in New York.

When it comes to fashion, nothing is really new. Basically, it is a massive trend of trends that, like the beloved carnival ride, can be fun and can also make you feel a little dizzy.

As 2019 comes to an end, we focus on the latest: Trends that made waves this year that we would like, for example, Marie Kondo before the sun rises in 2020.

Some trends gained popularity this year, while others that infiltrated the zeitgeist in past years continue to persist as a vacation guest well beyond their welcome.

Next, 13 trends we would like to leave behind in 2019.

Teeny, tiny sunglasses

Rihanna at the Savage x Fenty show on September 10 in New York.

Rihanna at the Savage x Fenty show on September 10 in New York.

Rihanna can't be wrong, but we still prefer a larger lens. Small sunglasses stayed this year in parades and celebrities alike, some more offensive than others, apparently ineffective in providing sun protection.

Teenier, small purses

Lizzo in the & nbsp; American Music Awards in Los Angeles on November 24.

Lizzo at the American Music Awards in Los Angeles on November 24.

Lizzo carried a bag that he called "big enough for my f ** ks to give" to the American Music Awards in Los Angeles on November 24. An iconic moment, of course, but for us, mere mortals are simply not practical. especially because our phones seem to keep growing and growing.

Corsets

The corsets appeared on the spring / summer 2020 tracks, like this one modeled by Bella Hadid at the Burberry show in London on September 16.

The corsets appeared on the spring / summer 2020 tracks, like this one modeled by Bella Hadid at the Burberry show in London on September 16.

Not even remotely close to a new trend, but seemingly unwavering in its popularity, corsets appeared everywhere this year. Our organs tremble just by looking at this photo of Bella Hadid.

Low-rise pants

Nerd. Nooooooo Not even those used by Gigi Hadid during a press tour with Tommy Hilfiger in Barcelona, ​​Spain, on September 26.

Nerd. Nooooooo Not even those used by Gigi Hadid during a press tour with Tommy Hilfiger in Barcelona, ​​Spain, on September 26.

The Cut launched a "countdown" for low-rise jeans at the end of 2018, and somehow its manifestation came true, much to the dismay of many Twitter users. If you ask us (and another article in The New Yorker), the skyscraper is still supreme.

Massive bags

This trend, modeled in the Moschino parade before autumn 2020 in New York on December 9, is especially dangerous in the city subway.

This trend, modeled in the Moschino parade before autumn 2020 in New York on December 9, is especially dangerous in the city subway.

Chief Fashion Editor Tyler McCall tweeted better: "You come in the subway during the rush hour in this Moschino bag and we are going to fight." They are the latest in everything, but for the sake of our backs we would prefer to leave this behind (package) in 2019

Heavy branding

A particularly atrocious aspect of the return of the style of the 90s is the affinity of designers to splash logos on everything they do. We've seen it a lot, from both Fendi and Chanel, seen here in the two-piece outfit of Kylie Jenner that literally explains it.

Patchwork

FKA Twigs at SiriusXM in New York on November 21. & Nbsp;

FKA Twigs at SiriusXM in New York on November 21.

Despite the nod to Princess Diana and the mosaic's popularity on the catwalk, we still can't avoid the look, seen here in FKA Twigs.

Bicycle shorts that are presented as regular shorts

Bicycle shorts designed as full shorts during Paris Fashion Week on September 28

Bicycle shorts designed as full shorts during Paris Fashion Week on September 28

They are called bicycle shorts for one reason: to wear when riding a bicycle. Another acceptable use is to avoid rubbing under the dresses in the summer. Don't let any Kardashian tell you otherwise.

Blurry sandals

Uggs used by a model at an event in Los Angeles on October 9.

Uggs used by a model at an event in Los Angeles on October 9.

Collect. A. Lane They look comfortable, but we have to draw the line somewhere. When are we supposed to use this? When is hot? When it is cold? When do we stop doing pedicures for the season? No thanks.

Visors

A model at the Benetton show during Milan Fashion Week on September 17.

A model at the Benetton show during Milan Fashion Week on September 17.

We will wear a full hat instead, please.

The appearance of wet hair

Kim Kardashian at the Met Gala in New York on May 6.

Kim Kardashian at the Met Gala in New York on May 6.

Can we all agree that the amount of time it takes to reach the hair that looks like it just came out of the shower is not worth it in 2020? What do you say, Kim Kardashian?

Juicy sweatsuits

Athleisure: Yes The clothes with the word "Juicy" lay on them: No, thanks!

Blurry hats

A diffuse hat worn by an assistant at Shanghai Fashion Week on October 13.

A diffuse hat worn by an assistant at Shanghai Fashion Week on October 13.

We are still getting used to the bucket hat trend. Now we have to wrap our brains around (and in) neon green skin, too?