Beyonce, Embarrassing fashion trends, Cropped Pants

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There are some fashion statements you just can't forget. 

As another fashion month kicks off, designers are sending their latest creations down catwalks around the world and new trends are taking shape. While it's always a bit unpredictable what will ultimately stick, there are some trends that linger in our memory long after they've seen their last days. 

Such is especially the case in Hollywood, where red carpet photos keep embarrassing looks alive long after they've been bid farewell. While some of Tinseltown's biggest style faux pas are decades old at this point, they're pretty much imprinted in our memories—and in the annals of pop culture. 

If there's anything to be learned, it's that even Grammy-winning pop stars, Golden Globe-nominated actresses and A-list fashionistas aren't immune to a few bad trends. 

Without further ado, let's take a walk down embarrassing fashion memory lane, shall we? 

Britney Spears, Embarrassing fashion trends


Paris Hilton, Embarrassing fashion trends, Low-rise jeans

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Nicole Richie, Embarrassing fashion trends, Ugg Boots, Mini-Skirt

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Lisa Bonet, Embarrassing fashion trends, tiny glasses

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Christina Aguilera, Embarrassing fashion trends, embroidered jeans


Ashley Tisdale, Embarrassing fashion trends, Skirt over pants

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Justin Timberlake, Embarrassing fashion trends, Von Dutch

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Geri Halliwell, Embarrassing fashion trends, Leg Warmers

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 Kirsten Dunst, Embarrassing fashion trends, butterfly clips


Paris Hilton, Embarrassing fashion trends, handkerchief skirt

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Mandy Moore, Embarrassing fashion trends, Halter Tops

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Mandy Moore, Embarrassing fashion trends, Belts


And, yes, we definitely rocked a few of those trends ourselves. Live and learn!

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