You guys voted this look the worst trend of 2015, which means we're in agreement that it never should have happened.
Gucci Fall 2015; Image: Imaxtree
Let's ditch jeans that look like an arts and crafts project in 2015.
Ashish Spring 2015; Image: Imaxtree
Street style stars drove this once charming trend into the grave. No more annoying kitschy bags in 2015, promise?
Kate Spade Spring 2016; Image: Imaxtree
The 70s called, it wants its entire aesthetic back. How about we try something original next year?
Pucci Spring 2015; Image: Imaxtree
We get it; you're too cool to be bothered with ironing or washing. This trend should never have left the 90s.
Saint Laurent; Image: Imaxtree
The Naked Dress
Now that Beyoncé slayed the naked dress at the 2015 Met Gala, it's time to retire it forever.
Ancient Spanish Influences
Let's give the conquistador inspiration a break, shall we?
Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2015; Image: Imaxtree
Next year is no place for lace dresses and visible undies. Let's try to embrace sheer in moderation in the coming year.
There were latex dresses, corsets and even catsuits in 2015. Now that the year is over, we can admit it: The plastic look is just not sexy anymore.
Overpriced Designer Sneakers
While we're at it, there's no longer a need to shell out hundreds for designer sneakers. You can wear Adidas Stan Smiths or Nike kicks and look just as cool.
Flares and cropped hems broke up in 2015. Let's make sure they never get back together.
Image: Courtesy of The Dreslyn
This year brought us trends we’ll always treasure, like perfectly frayed hems and socks and heels. But for every chic fashion sensation, there was a trend that made us cringe. From granny chic to ridiculously overpriced athleisure, we couldn’t escape the year’s most ridiculous looks. And then there were styles we once loved that were worn ad nauseam this year, like the ubiquitous naked dress and street-style-baiting novelty bag. Above, find the trends we can’t wait to leave behind in 2015.