What Trends Are You Ready To Retire?

12/04/2006 at 06:00 AM ET

As we head towards the New Year, we’re pondering not only our resolutions, but what we are content to leave behind in 2006. And as always, there are a few trends that have just worn out their welcome. Blinged-out cellphones and sidekicks, like Paris Hilton’s bedazzled number, are just one of the fads on our scrap heap for next year. Tell us: What trends are you tired of? What don’t you want to see in 2007?

Click here to see all the trends worth keeping in Off the Rack.

Photo: jeff/kravitz/filmmagic

FILED UNDER: Paris Hilton , Trends
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Stephanie on

OR, we could stop with these stupid trends and instead wear what each individual wants to wear. If someone wants to wear skinny jeans, so be it. That doesn’t mean you have to wear it. You can only change your own opinion, so why attempt to influence others in your direction when it’s not neccesarily going to happen?

Mako on

All trends stink. Wear what you LIKE, people.

cris on

get over yourselves. i’ll wear whatever i want. if i feel like wearing my skinny jeans, uggs, or leggings then so be it. who are you to judge? and get over celebs if it weren’t for people like you then they wouldn’t be famous. so whos to blame? all you people who buy into that. READ A BOOK!

Emma Watson's #1 Fan on

I don’t care if something is not “in”. I wear what I like, what I find attractive. Could we get rid of Paris Hilton though?

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