Top 10 Male fashion trends that women hate


Our sense of fashion is a very personal thing. It’s one of the things that matters to a lot of people (for a number of reasons). Men and women make fashion choices every day based on what’s comfortable, what looks good on them, and what makes them feel good about themselves. But sometimes, we all make poor fashion choices. Some people just don’t care about what others think.

Others might be committing fashion crimes without even knowing it. Men have things they hate to see women wear (peplum skirts, oversized clothes, flashy nails, etc). And the same concept applies all the way around; most women definitely have a fashion item they don’t like to see on men.

If you’re a woman reading this list of male fashion trends most women hate, you’ll probably agree with one or more of the items on it. If you’re a guy doing one of these things, don’t fret! Not all women dislike the things in this list, and you shouldn’t stop doing your thing just because it’s included here.

Long T shirts.

To be honest, there’s nothing inherently wrong with oversized t-shirts. The problem is that most men don’t know how to style them, which results in their bodies looking weirdly disproportionate.

Cowboy hats.

Unless you’re a vaquero, a cowboy on your way to a rodeo, or a Texan ranch owner, there is no reason for you to wear a cowboy hat. You might think, “This would be such a cool accessory to my suit!” but please, don’t let that sudden wave of wistful thinking override your common sense.

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If you think some of these male fashion trends are bad, make sure you stick around until the very end of this video! That’s right – we haven’t forgotten about you, ladies! Do you know which female fashion trend males absolutely hate? Stick around til the end to find out!

Tank tops.

Again, there are exceptions to the rule. When a tank top is too tight or weirdly-fitting, maybe stay away from it. Besides, tank tops should be a no-no for both genders. Those tan lines they create are terrible.


Men love to diss Uggs on women, but little is being done to combat the male Ugg-wearer. These shoes look like house slippers; as such, they should always be worn inside and nowhere else. So, do you commit any of the fashion crimes mentioned in this video yet? If you’re a woman, do you agree that you hate any of these fashion trends so far? Well, keep watching as we continue to count down the top male fashion trends that women absolutely hate!

Accessory overload.

Look, just because you own every kind of accessory available to men it doesn’t mean you should wear them all at the same time. Accessories should be worn sparingly and to complement an outfit, not to override it and be the focus of attention.

Flip flops.

This list is just full of things that could also apply to women. Flip flops are one such item. No one should be walking around exposing their entire foot to the dirty ground. .

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Leather pants.

Unless you’re Lenny Kravitz or Kanye West, you should probably stay away from this item of clothing. It’s really not worth the risk, especially during the summer.


Someone, back in the 90s, decided to take the vest in a three-piece suit and apply it to casual fashion. The only people who should wear vests like this are boy bands from the 90s and 00s. Anyone who grew up in the 90’s probably has at least one elementary school picture of them wearing a vest – but these days, that look just totally does not work.

Popped shirt collars.

Unless you’re a vampire or Sherlock Holmes wearing a coat on a windy day, keep your shirt collars unpopped. It doesn’t help that popped polo shirts have become a stereotype for frat boys. Most people who pop their collars tend to think they look really cool doing it – well, here’s a newsflash: you don’t.

Wallet chains.

Let’s be completely honest with ourselves and admit that there is no functional or practical reason for wallet chains to exist. They’re only there to look clunky and be loud any time the person wearing it takes a step. And besides, it’s not the 90’s anymore – so drop the chain!

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