Top 10 Style Trends To Leave Behind In 2013

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High-Low Dresses
You know 'em, you've rocked 'em - the high-low dress aka the mullet dress. Short in the front, long in the back, but who's ready to retire this overdone look?
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Crop Tops
Showing off just a hint of the belly was a big trend in 2013, it's time to bring back tees that actually fit over the entire midsection in 2014.
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Harem Pants
These baggy pants with drop-down crotches may be comfy, but look unflattering.
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Barely There Sheer Dresses
These dresses didn't allow for the use of undergarments and left very little to the imagination.
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Grills
Jewels for your teeth are not only unnecessary, but rather unsightly.
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Booty Shorts
This year saw a huge rise of the high-wasted 1950s style booty short that looked like they gave a continuous wedgie.
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Extreme Nail Art
You want your nails to look stylish, not like they could be used as a lethal weapon.
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Overalls
Overalls tried to make a comeback in 2013, but unfortunately this look belongs on the farm.
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The Wedge Sneaker
Sneakers are meant to be comfortable, not cause more aches and pains.
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Overly Ripped Jeans
Why wear jeans at all if they're hanging on by a string?
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