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Do Not Want: A Swimsuit That’s Afraid Of Water

You like this Herve Leger bathing suit, right? It makes you want to lounge on the beach, take a dip in the pool, but oh, wait! Hold up! This bathing suit, which retails for $1,050, isn’t supposed to get wet! What were we thinking? [Huffington Post] Keep reading »

Do Not Want: Free People’s Grocery Bag Shoes

I love wedges. Love them! They slim legs and add length to the body, which is great for the height-challenged among us (i.e. me). But for the love of Susan Powter, let’s stop the insanity! These Levon Wedges from Free People look like someone stuck a pair of extremo wedges in a bag and called it a day. Do you want to wear a pair of grocery bags on your feet? Well, do you? [$198, Free People] Keep reading »

Do Not Want: Hoofin’ It Edition

Most little girls go through a pony phase at some point. They’re majestic and enchanting creatures, and blah blah blah childhood princess fantasies. But there is a very wide berth between loving horses and wanting to be one. These hoof heels are made of carbon fiber and feature around 5,000 individual horse hairs, for the horse hair purists among us. Thankfully these hooves do have a point — proceeds from the sale of the heels, which cost around $2,500 a pair, will go to charity. [Daily Mail UK] Keep reading »

Do Not Want: Annoying Facebook T-Shirts

“I Facebooked your mom.” “Poke me.” “I don’t read books, I read Facebook status updates.” It’s bad enough that we collectively spend so much time “liking” and “poking” and status-updating on things; there’s really no reason to wear your Facebook addiction on your sleeve. [BitRebels] Keep reading »

Do Not Want: A City Situation

You know what I never, ever want on my vagina? A cityscape. Ditto, a plane on my boobs. [$375, Net-a-Porter] Keep reading »

Do Not Want: Gold Chain Garter

Like many women, I’m constantly looking for ways to highlight my leg fat and emphasize the parts of my body I feel most uncomfortable with. I’m also always trying to innovate in the field of weird ways and places to wear jewelry. So, with that in mind, I absolutely recommend we all run out and purchase this newfangled gold chain garter contraption. Want more interest on your legs? Wear pants. Also, wouldn’t this tickle? [Planet Blue] Keep reading »

Do Not Want: Thakoon Twisted Layered Leggings

Look, I know we’re always looking for new pantsventions (that’s pants inventions) to cover the lower halves of our bodies, but really, this is just not right. Thakoon is a bonafide genius when it comes to structured style, but we’ll definitely be skipping these “layered” leggings, which are just a $378 way to look like a total schlub. I guarantee, I can recreate the Thakoon look with a couple of off-the-rack items from my local Kmart, but no one would ever mistake it for high-fashion. But if you’ve got an extra $400 to spare, by all means, have at ‘em. [$378, Shopbop] Keep reading »

Do Not Want: Reebok Insta Pump Fury

These Reeboks—the “Insta Pump Fury” model—look like the result of a mating between a Trapper Keeper and some hiking sneakers. In a nutshell: the definition of ugly. [High Snobiety] Keep reading »

Do Not Want: Lumpy Leggings

We included skinny cargo pants on our list of trends we hope die in 2011 for good reason, but these cargo leggings deserve a separate shout-out of their own. The combination of skintight spandex and lumpy thigh pockets not only creates a supremely unflattering silhouette, it also encourages the wearing of leggings as pants (another trend that made our list). For shame! [$176, Shopbop] Keep reading »

Do Not Want: Armani’s $900 Phone

Armani‘s new mobile phone for Samsung costs a whopping $900. The tagline for the advertising campaign? “It speaks for you.” We’d have to go ahead and say that for $900 … it better speak, sing, and dance. [Armani] Keep reading »

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