Who wore it the most? These fashion failures should have stayed in the closet
- Social media users around the world took on the most bizarre style choices
- The examples, taken from 24/7 MIRROR, include bad slogans and awkward diagrams
- In one instance, a woman wore a white shirt saying “I <3 NY, California"
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Fashion can be very personal, and the unique items we wear are what make personal style so fun to explore, but there are times when it’s wise to consult with someone. before looking at an experimental object.
24/7 MIRROR collected the craziest moments people around the world stepped out in daring ensembles, including a man who threw on a sparkly cardigan over a shirt, which featured a close-up photo of her face.
Elsewhere, American designer Jeremy Scott’s Adidas joggers have been mocked for featuring a sleeve tie to tie around the waist.
And let’s hope no one has spent their money on a t-shirt with the word “Asia” written on it – and an outline of the African continent.
The only thing that looks good on me is me! A man decided to take self-love to the next level by pairing a shirt of his face with a sparkly cardigan
Who needs a hair tie? This daring fashionista decided to make the most of her denim jacket design by tucking her brown tresses through her trendy rips
Bet the designer missed the geography! A social media user from the UK was left baffled by this t-shirt claiming to celebrate the Asian continent. Too bad it shows Africa instead!
Although it may look like a factory accident, these fashionable Adidas joggers were actually designed by famed American designer Jeremy Scott, and are meant to be worn like normal sweatpants, with the sleeves tied around the size.
My heart does not advance! Canadian singer Celine Dion isn’t known for her hardcore and metal sound – but this shirt sure makes it look that way
Get the hell out of here! This fashionista’s style may be relevant, but her geography is less so, if she thinks New York is California
The best looks are often the simplest. But this woman, who appears to be in the United States, may have taken the tip a little too literally when she rushed to a single-sheet DVD rental booth.
A series of mysteries surround this shirt – claiming its wearer is ‘due in July’ – as well as the matching snow globe behind it
While the floral print is a favorite for many, this woman may have regretted her purchase, given the unfortunate placement of this red mauve print.
This logistically difficult slogan – an ode to the American superhero – is meant to say “I’m not saying I’m Wonder Woman, I’m just saying no one has ever seen me and Wonder Woman together in the same room “.
An Indian social media user snapped a photo of a visually beautiful – but incredibly difficult to decipher – sweater