These 19 Men’s Fashion Mistakes are Unforgivable, According to Women

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There are great men out there, that have accomplished plenty, and are at the highest ranks in life. But the one’s that are at the top of the fashion game are gay men, without a doubt. Straight guys, on the other hand, need some help in that department. And by some, I mean A LOT.

Some men’s fashion trends are unforgettable and most likely, unforgettable as well. Ladies notice and remember everything and we store them in the archives to use them against mankind later in life. It’s what we’re good at. So, if a guy makes a fashion faux pas, it’ll be noted and ingrained in a woman’s memory for the rest of her day. And to be honest, she’ll probably tell her friends and they’ll analyze his wardrobe from head to toe.

Some of the telltale signs that a man has committed a fashion mistake: the nearest woman will scan his outfit up and down, a curious head tilt, then followed by a passive aggressive comment about said fashion item. Guys, women notice, so take note.

These 19 men’s fashion mistakes are unforgivable, according to ladies:


My ex used to wear glasses even though he didn’t need them and it was really obvious that he didn’t and he looked like an idiot


I don’t know if guys still wear them, but those shirts with the flames on them, oh lordy…


Those shirts with aggressive/mean “funny” phrases on them for sure. “Does it LOOK like I care what you’re saying?” or “If you can read this, stop talking!” or “It’s easy to be right because you’re always wrong!” or “My wife says no drinking, no drugs, no sex… I’d rather have no wife!”


stay away from those god awful khaki old man pants with the pleats in the front. It makes most men balloon out at the hips and look a little like they’re wearing an inner-tube.

Written by Irvi Torremoro

Irvi Torremoro is an Austinite by way of Las Vegas. She's worked in various outlets in food & beverage and is now focused on writing, eating all the things, talking about Beyonce, and petting all the puppies. She runs, a lifestyle blog about people in the service industry.