The Fashion Trends I Can Never Get On Board With | Clozette

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Fashion is repetitive. The only reason why it tends to look different every decade is because, like other beauty products out there, it’s been “reformulated” to suit the present standards. With that in mind, this year there have been a ton of fashion trends that have been revived from the 70's, 80's,  and 90’s – some are good, while others are definitely not.

And like every human being on this planet, I have an opinion on these fashion trends. Unfortunately, it’s the not-so-good kind.

Curious as to which trends I hope disappear sooner rather than later? Then keep reading below for the ones I can and will never get on board with!

Disclaimer: I’m not trying to offend anyone here, though! If you love these trends, that’s great; you do you.


Denim jackets

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I used to love denim jackets as a child, but as I grew older, I realised how heavy they can be and hard to stuff in bags. Plus, they just look so basic, and don't get me started on their distressed versions either! They're not like blazers or leather jackets which add a touch of sophistication to any outfit.

High collared tops

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We live in a tropical country with an extremely humid climate, so let’s stop trying to make the cousin of the turtleneck happen. Sure, these are great for the cooler months. But I want a clothing item that’s versatile, that I won’t have to stick in the back of my closet until the next “winter”.

Harem pants

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Yes, they’re comfortable and would make excellent “period pants” – a pair of bottoms that are great to wear when you feel bloated due to your period. But I’m not a genie in a bottle, I don’t plan to be one, and frankly, I don’t want to look like one.

Flatform sneakers

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Flats are the best, platforms are great, and sneakers are always going to be irreplaceable. But combined? No way! Aside from the fact that they look beautiful, flatform sneakers can’t be used for running because they’re basically heels, yet they don't qualify as full-on heels either. So what are they? Who knows!

Coachella fashion

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Enough already with the flower crowns, short shorts, and the over the top dresses and accessories! This type of dressing has become so mainstream, it’s starting to take the fun out of music festivals, am I right?

We all have different tastes and moods when it comes to fashion; some of us don’t even like to follow the trends. So don’t feel bad if something you like is a part of this list! This is just my opinion, and I’m only one person. Embrace your individuality and have fun with fashion!


Which fashion trends do you want to disappear? Share your picks with us in the comment section below!



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A white T-shirt’s versatility has never been beaten. Whether it’s raining or shining, or if you want to pair it with jeans, skirts, and dresses, it always ends up looking chic and flawless! Which is why it's no surprise that over the years, it has grown to become a classic and must-have staple in every woman’s wardrobe. 

But besides the typical jeans and T-shirt combo, though, how else can you wear a white tee? Well keep reading below for the different ways these modern style icons rock this wardrobe staple; and we guarantee that after, you'll want to wear a white T-shirt every single day! 


Sexy yet sophisticated

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Love her or hate her, there’s no denying that Kendall Jenner can gorgeously rock a ribbed T-shirt without it looking too over-the-top! So go ahead and pair it with your favourite flared jeans for a grungey yet stylish finish.

Sleek Neutrals

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Always wanted to wear a white tee to work? Then get inspired with this combo by Olivia Palermo! Wear it with a dark blazer and a pair of black trousers for an effortless look that will keep you looking chic yet professional from 9 to 5.


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Look instantly polished by rocking a white monochrome outfit such as this one from YouTuber Jenn Im! It will make you look youthful and fresh, plus, it’s extremely easy to put together!


How do you wear your white T-shirt? Share your tips with us in the comment section below!



It's time for another season of fun makeovers and fashion stories as “How Do I Look?” Asia is back for a second season starting 29th August at 8PM on DIVA! The U.S. series' host and executive producer, celebrity stylist Jeannie Mai, will be the official host for this season, and will follow the same pattern as HDILAsia Season 1. "Fashion victims" are turned in by their friends, coworkers, and families, and their exciting makeovers will coincide with a turning point or major event in their lives; further emphasising their "fashion rebirth". 

With 8 new contestants – Meghana (Malaysia), Des (the Philippines), Melati (Indonesia), Jocelyn (Malaysia), Amy Law (Singapore), Dr. Beep (the Philippines), Wiggie (Singapore), and Amy Yu (Taiwan) – joining the show this season, Jeannie will help each of them rediscover their inner beauty, as well as overcome any insecurities to make them feel empowered again.

But she won’t be doing it alone, though, as this season she has brought in a brand new glam squad consisting of fashion stylists from around the region, specifically from Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, and the Philippines!

Who are these new fashion gurus? Keep reading below to find out more about Marion Caunter, Andrea Chong, Pam Quinones, and Diaz Diaz!


Marion Caunter (Malaysia)

With a knack for pairing luxury with high street and vintage pieces, Malaysian stylist Marion Caunter has become a modern day style icon. As she’s the owner of various clothing lines, upscale hair salon Hairplay, and known for her eclectic take on fashion, this seasoned fashionista is surely up to the task of making anyone look and feel good. We can’t wait to see what she brings to the fashion table this season!

Andrea Chong (Singapore)

Known as ‘Drea Chong’ in the blogging world, she's known to blend her love for photography with creating compelling content on her travel and fashion blog. Aside from being highly regarded in the fields of digital and social media, Drea has also been featured in various publications such as L’Officiel Singapore, Nylon Japan, and Harper’s Bazaar Singapore.

Pam Quinones (The Philippines)

Celebrity stylist, fashionista, and editor-in-chief of L’Officiel Manila, Pam Quinones honed her styling skills through the years when she served as the fashion editor for various magazine publications in the Philippines. With her keen eye on style and trends, she has established herself as one of the top stylists in Metro Manila with a wide roster of A-list clients.

Diaz Diaz (Indonesia)

Diaz Diaz is a creative director and illustrator who has worked for renowned publications in Indonesia such as Harper's BAZAAR, Cosmopolitan, and Esquire. But besides being a versatile artist with a passion for fashion, he also helps shape the minds of future creators by teaching Fashion Communication and Digital Design at Binus International University!