v-neck t-shirts (deep or non deep); super skinny jeans and big/chunky knitwear; man sandals; big sneakers; etc, etc... basically, all the geordie shore fashion.
All I can say is... Holy Crap! You don't get much of that where I live - it's like the 80s never ended.
The guy on the end on the right looks like he took the meaning of "carrot jeans" the wrong way and stuck a carrot up his arse.
lol! that's what i was talking about... oh, and i forgot those skinny (or not) low crotch jeans...
Deep scoop t-shirt.
Windbreaker trousers and jackets when worn for anything else than a work out.
Any hiking gear worn when not hiking.
Loafers (yeah I said it!), and especially tassle loafers.
Glaring brashy sneakers.
Anything with huge logos - especially D&G.
Anything washed ten times too many, still worn when doing anything else than gardening.
Ridiculously distressed jeans.
Almost anything tie-dyed
Anyway, what I wear instead in summer? Plimsolls, trainers, thin leather or suede derby's when smart, not too heavy brogues, leather sandals when really casual, boat shoes (though don't own a pair, but it's on he To buy-list). Plenty of alternatives to loafers. There are really smart looking canvas shoes, that'll keep you nice and cool, yet stylish. Not for those truly smart moments, but generally, I think a more casual approach is more suited during hot summer days.
Lots of items I hate....
- T-shirts that show off man clevage
- Trousers with lots of excess material
- Items with too much branding
- Skinny jeans on tall people with stick legs
- T-shirts with the sleeves made rolled up worn by people who need to hit the gym
- Man bags
The one I hate the most that I seem to see more and more these days are coloured jeans or chinos with a top the same colour. For example green with green or red with red. Looks ridiciulous.