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Fashion Trends That Need To End In 2010

Submitted by on November 28, 2010 – 12:09 pm3 Comments
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2010 is almost finished and we’re about to jump into a new year, which means it’s time for change and to try new things. This year there were a lot of must-have items, from Polo and Rugby gear (thanks Vado for the revival) to iced-out G-Shock watches. There were also some things, however, that were  “momentary fly” but are now played out and don’t need to be sported. We’ve got your guide to what trends need to end this year, so take notes and be sure to leave the wack items right here.

Black Diamonds

We’re sure you’re thinking black diamonds are something you’d rock in 2011, but they’re definitely not a good look for next year. Sure, every rapper from Soulja Boy to Fabolous and Rick Ross have black diamond pieces, but the rocks been sported by so many rappers this year that they’re played out. You now see black diamonds more than you see regular diamonds, a sign they’ve definitely run their course.

Vintage Eyewear

Vintage shades are over. It was real cool at first when there were a few artists who would rock some sunglasses or eyeglasses that looked very retro and made you wonder where they got such an old pair of frames from (thanks ‘Ye and Jay). Now you can find the same Cazal frames pictured on Rick Ross‘ right on Canal Street. Anyone can get a pair of vintage looking shades, and when anyone can get them, it’s time to give it up.

Twitter Tees

Self-promotion is uniquely hip-hop, but putting your Twitter name on a shirt and wearing it like it’s the cool thing to do is dunzo for the new year. And because artists became too Twitter tee happy, you’ve now got regular people (not artists) hitting the streets wearing their Twitter name proudly on their shirt. Like, who cares? And what will Twitter tee owners do when Twitter loses it’s buzz?

What other trends do you think should be left behind in 2010?

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