WHETHER you're more into the Bohemian aesthetic or love a fierce power suit, we all have different styles.
But whilst one's fashion preferences are totally subjective, there are some pieces that according to one expert are so bad, they should be considered a crime.
As we see the unfortunate return of some Y2K trends making a comeback, fashion commentator Amber Graafland shares her thoughts on once-loved garments.
''When it comes to crimes against fashion there are five things that should, quite unequivocally, be banned.
''Yet instead of being relegated to the list of ‘things that just don’t ever look good’, they seem to be served up time and time again, on a loop of cyclical trends.''
And if you're a fan of the the-called infinity scarves, well – it's not good news.
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As the temperatures start dropping, many high-street retailers are back with offering faux leather leggings and PVC style bottoms – Marks & Spencer even sell a pair for a relatively affordable £25.
But whilst they might seem like a great wardrobe staple to have in the autumn/winter season, you certainly won't be catching Amber wearing them.
The fashion pro said: ''This eye watering trend just doesn’t want to give up.
''As uncomfortable for the wearer as for the viewer, these tight camel toe inducing monstrosities just create a weird sausage leg effect.''
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