Top 10 Most Ridiculous Fashion Trends of All Time

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This just in: There’s a new trend in men’s fashion – the visible penis, thanks to Rick Owens. 

Fashion Designers and artists always try to bring something unique and different, but sometimes the craze of those designs is not that much effective, rather people find them funny and strange.  

Here is a list of such Top 10 weirdest fashion trends of all time – the worst, ugliest fashion trends of history. 

10.Mom Jeans 

This is a humorously negative term for particular kind of women’s jeans, which is nothing but a fashion embarrassment. 

The design which is only unflattering to the wearer’s body shape was considered highly fashionable in 80’s and early 90’s.  

The style involved high waist making the buttocks appear disproportionately longer, larger, and flatter than they actually are. 

9.Shoulder pads

Shoulder pads are kind of fabric-covered padding used in women’s clothing to give the wearer the illusion of having broader and less sloping shoulders.  

This fashion, which had originated in 1930, continued to rule till early 90’s. 

8.Underwear as Outerwear


Well, it’s not only our Superman who is seen donning this fashion, well it has become a huge trend these days, starting from Rihanna and Lady Gaga to Paris Hilton and  Christina Aguilera – everyone flaunting their inner wear over their outwear publicly! 

7.Mexican Pointy Boots


Tied to "tribal guarachero" music aka "hyphy tribal," aka "no seriously we're not making this shit up," pointy boots can be traced to the Mexican town of Matehuala in 2009.  

Made by elongating the toe of boots up to 5 feet, there are also some dudes who just DIY'd it with a garden hose. The trend has even spread to areas with plentiful Matehualan migrants, like Dallas, Tennessee, and Oklahoma. 

6.Sagging Pants 

This is one of the most hated fashion trends across the world. This look actually came from gangsta rappers who tried to build a hardcore image of a drug peddlar or gang member off the streets.  

The look (as most people know) started in prison during the late 1970’s by men who had their manhood taken away by other men in prison. 

5.Bullet bras


With best remembered on Madonna, the bullet bra was probably the most successful design during the evolution of this women’s inner wear.  

The cone bra made its first appearance in 1940s, when women used to wear it under tight t-shirts so as to accentuate their breasts and get the famous “Sweater Girl” look. 

4.Extraocular Implants 

First developed at the Netherlands Institute for Innovative Ocular Surgery (NIOS) in 2002 as a new form of body modification, extraocular implants—rather, "eye jewelry"—involves a piece of platinum alloy molded into a variety of shapes like hearts, Euro signs, or stars, inserted underneath the cornea by a licensed opthalmologist.  

The process runs just shy of $1,000, and currently you'll have to fly to The Netherlands to get it done safely, as it's the only place it's completely legal. 

3.Animal Hair Hats 

Stemming from the mind of late Japanese pop artist Nagi Noda, she drew upon the concept of fascinators for this project that involved crafting exquisite animal shapes from hair.  

They developed a cult following for their brilliance but unfortunately the artist passed away in 2008. Still, they did manage to turn one celebrity into a fan: Lady Gaga, of course.


Should you have a beach day in China's coastal city of Qingdao, expect to see plenty of people looking like they're about to rob a bank.  

The "Facekini" offers protection from the sun's rays, and completely cover the face except for the nose, mouth, and eyes. Usually paired with a bodysuit or wetsuit, their purpose is to preserve the skin's fairness and prevent tanning.  

1.Bagel Head Injections


The "Bagel Head" body modification process consists of a controlled injection of saline into the forehead, and then making a manual indentation in the middle with the finger. The result is... decidedly not normal.  

Tracing its roots back to 1999 at a Toronto body modification convention called Modcon, it was Ryoichi "Keroppy" Maeda who claims to have brought it to Japan in 2003.

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