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Giveaway: Lo & Sons, Take Two [CLOSED]

 

Miss M has owned a few handbags in her time, so when I gifted her an O.M.G. bag from Lo & Sons, I wasn’t expecting much.  Sure, I was in love with mine, but that didn’t mean she would ever use hers.  So imagine my surprise when I discovered that she carries the bag to work every day, recommends it to friends, colleagues and strangers and couldn’t love it more.  But what’s not to love?

The bag is made of a durable lightweight fabric, comes in a variety of colors (the new plum shade is pictured above) and has more pockets and compartments than you could shake a stick at–including a pocket designed just to hold dirty shoes, keeping them away from other items.  Frankly, I think this bag is perfect for travel and a great choice for working women who are ready to move on from their shapeless Longchamp bags but need something utilitarian. (To read a much longer review of the product, click here.)

Given the overwhelming response to the last Lo & Sons giveaway, I am pleased to offer another opportunity to win a Lo & Sons bag–style of your choice, color of your choice.  To enter, leave a comment on this post naming either a) the one trend that you are totally sick of seeing or b) the one trend you can’t get enough of. 

And if you don’t want to roll the wheel with a giveaway, Lo & Sons is offering 30% off their bags for the month of November with the code CAPHILLSTYLE1.  So if you’re looking for a great gift for the ladies in your life, a new college graduate or even yourself, a Lo & Sons bag could be it.

Good Luck!

This is NOT a paid advertisement. In the past, I received a free bag from Lo & Sons, loved it and was glad they could contribute a giveaway item and a promo code.

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    786 comments

  1. Beth says:

    Still loving oxblood! Hoping to find a nice belted wool trench in oxblood for winter – so far it's been harder than I anticipated!

    November 30, -0001/Reply
  2. Cayenne says:

    Over: Neon. on anything.
    Can't get enough of: booties and geometric patterns (though not together)

    The discount code is perfectly timed, I was just looking at the Lo & Sons website the other day.

    November 30, -0001/Reply
  3. Julia says:

    I can't get enough of riding boots! I want tem in every color and shape!

    November 30, -0001/Reply
  4. Angela says:

    I am SO over high-waisted pants. I don't think that they flatter anyone!

    November 30, -0001/Reply
  5. Nancy says:

    Really over booties and peplums.

    November 30, -0001/Reply
  6. Elizabeth says:

    Tired of… My longchamp I use as a carryon! It's great because it fits a lot but awful because the straps dig into your shoulders. I've been looking for a new one or awhile but it is a big investment to make!!

    November 30, -0001/Reply
  7. ashley m says:

    I am so over people wearing fake glasses. As someone who needs my specs to function I always appreciated having a few different pairs to accessorize and it was something that made me different (good or bad–depending on which decade we are talking about.) Now that everyone has a pair of plastic tortoise frames I look like just another wanna be hipster.

    November 30, -0001/Reply
  8. Bythesea says:

    Thanks for the giveaway!
    Over: exposed zippers, peplum
    Love: riding boots, animal print accents (shoes, scarves)

    November 30, -0001/Reply
  9. Sara says:

    Trends I can't get enough of:
    Exposed zippers, lace tops, and chambray.

    Trends That Make Me Want to Vom:
    Vera Bradley and those horrible bubble/bauble necklaces that I think originated with JCrew. I like the idea of a good chunky necklace, but they're ALL over DC and I've been wearing my delicate chains in rebellion.

    November 30, -0001/Reply
  10. Marianne says:

    Love the oxblood trend, because it means I can find one of my most flattering colors everywhere.

    November 30, -0001/Reply
  11. Sarah L says:

    Sick of: high-low skirts/dresses. I've seen people wear them to the office!

    November 30, -0001/Reply
  12. Melody says:

    Sick of the sock bun trend!

    November 30, -0001/Reply
  13. SmallFry says:

    I am so sick of seeing women in sweatpants and UGG boots. There are far better ways to do comfy casual!

    November 30, -0001/Reply
  14. Tessa says:

    I am LOVING the leather trend, but I'm am so over high-low dresses and skirts. I think they're tacky!

    November 30, -0001/Reply
  15. Casey says:

    I'm sick of neon and leggings as pants. I used to work in a place where women wore leggings as pants. totally inappropriate, even on casual Friday! Add neon, and it's like being at a roller derby.

    November 30, -0001/Reply
  16. Amy L. says:

    Totally obsessed with nautical style! Cannot get enough stripes!

    November 30, -0001/Reply
  17. Kelly says:

    I am honestly SO tired of the patterned jeans/pants trend. While I happen to LOVE colored jeans, floral and animal print jeans just don't look good on anyone.

    November 30, -0001/Reply
  18. teresal says:

    i'm so over maxi and hi-lo dresses; i just don't get them!

    November 30, -0001/Reply
  19. MNS says:

    Love boots and sweater dresses

    November 30, -0001/Reply
  20. Katie says:

    SO sick of chevron! I agree with a pervious follower; I too, blame Pinterest!

    November 30, -0001/Reply
  21. Kay says:

    I'm tired of exposed zippers in general but especially on pencil skirts.

    November 30, -0001/Reply
  22. Melissa says:

    I can't seem to pull it off myself, but I love socks with heels!

    November 30, -0001/Reply
  23. Natalie says:

    Leopard – can't get enough!!!

    November 30, -0001/Reply
  24. Kelsey says:

    SICK of sock buns! Pinterest think of all the socks you have ruined!

    November 30, -0001/Reply
  25. Trish says:

    Tall flat boots are my favorite! I wear Frye's Paige Tall Riding boot almost everyday during the fall and winter. They're so light-weight, comfortable and super cute!

    November 30, -0001/Reply
  26. Sara says:

    Peplum. Tell me it will be over soon!

    November 30, -0001/Reply
  27. erin says:

    One trend I can not get enough of is the color burgundy. One of my favorite colors! I am so glad that since fall started we are seeing less of the hi-lo hemline trend that was so popular in the summer. I enjoy a bit of asymmetry when done right, but most of those pieces looked ridiculous.

    November 30, -0001/Reply
  28. Hanna says:

    Not a popular opinion, but I am over scarves as part of an outfit. Playing in the snow? Taking a walk on a windy day? Yes, scarf. You're inside and you've already taken your coat off? No, scarf.

    November 30, -0001/Reply
  29. sbf says:

    The trend I can't stand is excessively high heels.

    November 30, -0001/Reply
  30. MKal says:

    I'm all about flat boots right now!

    November 30, -0001/Reply
  31. Sarah says:

    I am loving leather this season. I only wear faux, but I love how it can instantly vamp up a casual outfit!

    November 30, -0001/Reply
  32. Elizabeth says:

    I can't get enough of tall boots!

    November 30, -0001/Reply
  33. SB says:

    Tired: Vera Bradley. Not sure if I'd ever call them “trendy” in a fashionable sense, but it is time for these bags to go!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  34. Jen says:

    So sick of Maxi dresses. I'm sure they're comfortable, but they look like a tent and don't flatter anyone's body.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  35. CSB says:

    Can't get enough of: leggings and exposed zippers! And booties!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  36. G says:

    I am LOVING leather this season. Previously you would just see it in piping and jackets but now there are shirts, skirts, and dresses. I am amazed at how classy the pieces can look while also adding a bit of bad ass edge!

    ~G

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  37. Chris says:

    Love: fair-isle sweaters! As soon as i figure out how to make them work appropriate…

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  38. Liz says:

    This isn't seasonal, but I am tired of maxi dresses and skirts.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  39. r says:

    Great news on the giveaway! I am totally sick of leather “accents” on clothing– especially when the accents are pleather!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  40. Binna says:

    Cannot wait for the Lady-Gagaesque crazy platform heels trend to go away. They are hideous and completely unrealistic to wear in a normal non-circus setting, lol. πŸ™

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  41. S says:

    I'm so tired of booties, I really don't get them.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  42. KateW says:

    So over ombre hair. For every woman out there actually pulling it off, there are 99 who look like they just need to do their roots.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  43. Morgan says:

    I can not get enough of tall boots and cozy sweaters. So cozy, yet chic. This bag would be PERECT for me!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  44. Ali says:

    Cannot get enough of scarves. Year after year, I cannot wait to throw them on any and everything once it becomes cold enough!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  45. Jenni says:

    Can't get enough of bright skirts and patterned tights!! πŸ™‚

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  46. Krista says:

    I'm so over chevron. I blame pinterest.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  47. CAM says:

    Down with flatforms! And thanks Belle!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  48. DB says:

    Tired: Leggings. People, leggings are not pants, and unless everyone can learn to wear them properly I wish they'd go away.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  49. Carol says:

    Sick of high-waisted jean shorts with a short top (in the summer)! flattering on 1/10 people who wear it …

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  50. maria b says:

    Over: POLKA DOTS EVERYWHERE.

    I would love a new bag for work! It's just the right size.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  51. Sharona says:

    i'm totally sick of high-low skirts and dresses!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  52. Jess says:

    Thanks for another giveaway Belle!
    I'm sick of exposed zippers. I just can't bring myself to like them.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  53. strin012 says:

    I am so over:

    Neon
    Exposed zippers
    Those bauble necklaces from J. Crew
    High-waisted/blousy pants (it's Hammertime!)

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  54. nandeeta says:

    tired of: exposed zippers on dresses! dont look professional enough so cant be worn to work, cuts out versatility.. and will date a dress immediately – so no long term buying. i think its just a cost saving measure for the clothing companies. i can just about tolerate them in clubbing clothes.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  55. Karen says:

    I am tired of two things, the Vera Bradley bags and the hi-lo dresses. They need to go!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  56. eduncan says:

    I'm tired of leggins as pants- wear them under dresses, tunics, etc, but if you're wearing them, cover your bum!

    Thanks for another great giveaway option, Belle!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  57. Tatiana says:

    I'm really liking the tights trend. I've seen all sorts of people wearing really nice black patterned tights.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  58. Britt C says:

    Very over color block shirts

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  59. Alli says:

    No more hi-low skirts. Please. They make me think of mulletts.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  60. Karen says:

    As long as it's less than 65 degrees outside, I love opaque tights and tall boots.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  61. Allison says:

    I am so so sick of exposed zippers! Why ruin a perfectly good dress with a big ugly zipper down the back?

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  62. Joanne says:

    I'll do both! Can't stand evening wear shorts. Whats up with that?
    On the other hand, I'm digging the teal color of this fall.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  63. Jo says:

    I love seeing color blocking. The perfect balance between stripes and solids.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  64. Rachel says:

    When the time comes that riding/equestrian inspired boots are no longer on trend, I will know that it is time to give up and start wearing sweats. I cannot get enough of them, and although I own two pairs, I always find myself staring at more on Zappos!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  65. Rory says:

    I'm tired of all the nail art. I'll give it a pass for the weekend, but I can't stand it when grown women come into professional meetings with glitter ombre manicures.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  66. Laura T. says:

    Tired of: printed jeans. Who thought these look good? Dark jeans is the way to go. Also, since I work on a college campus, I am tired of students wearing leggings as pants. Not as tights or with something that actually covers their butt, but as PANTS. So annoying.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  67. Emily says:

    A) Big, thick rimmed glasses
    B) Big thick rimmed glasses!!!

    I cant' decide if I love it or hate it, but I wish it would go away to I could stop thinking about whether or not I want some…

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  68. BN says:

    Thanks for a second chance to win this bag!!
    Im so over booties. The open toed ones are especially heinous.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  69. Alexis says:

    Seriously, the “high-low” skirts need to go. I've tried some on, hoping I would see the magic, but no. Just no.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  70. Helena says:

    tired of: obligatory pops of color
    can't get enough of: leggings as pants!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  71. Meghan says:

    I live for the fall when I can wear a sweater dress, tights and tall boots. I'll never be over this trend!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  72. Elise says:

    I'm over peplum and maxi dresses. I don't think either looks good on the non-model body type.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  73. LS says:

    Peplum! Just makes me think of tutus

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  74. helixy says:

    I hate high-low hems. And pleather. And ombre hair – sure, there are women who get their hair styled that way but the fact that it is a trend is giving women who are growing out their dye job and excuse to have awkward locks that look like their owner doesn't love them. Doesn't look professional, looks sloppy. I hate people who wear leggings as a substitute or pants or slacks (not seasonal, but still in full force INCLUDING in my office! WTF!)

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  75. Renee says:

    I love scarves! I wish I could wear them every day of the year! Sometimes it's too hot, even for a summer scarf.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  76. Emily says:

    OVER: shoes NO ONE can walk in. if you look like a baby giraffe learning how to walk, put em back on the rack.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  77. KelW says:

    Done seeing high-waisted shorts. In South Florida they are still all over the place!!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  78. Anne says:

    Love the bag! Hoping rompers are a distant memory by next summer.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  79. Erin P says:

    I am so tired of seeing women walking around dressed like my babysitter was in 1988: high-waisted acid wash jeans or harem pants: two of the least redeeming qualities of 80s fashion.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  80. lindsayvon says:

    I am just loving everything fall right now. Cozy sweaters, cashmere scarves, tall boots, I'm a happy camper.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  81. lisa says:

    I am totally sick of exposed zippers.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  82. EC says:

    Very sick of seeing Toms everywhere, especially for commuting shoes. I understand they're comfortable, but you look like you have bound feet….

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  83. Elizabeth says:

    I don't even know where to start: open toed booties, mullet dresses, hoof heels, neon, “formal shorts,” ombre hair.
    I would, however, LOVE one of these bags!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  84. e says:

    Sick of seeing leggings worn as pants!!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  85. Ellie says:

    So sick of ombre hair. It's not fashion, just laziness. Go take care of your roots!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  86. Clara says:

    I can't get enough of leggings with boots and long sweaters.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  87. Michelle says:

    I am loving the oversized cozy sweater trend! Thanks for this giveaway!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  88. GB says:

    I have to echo the “leggings as pants: so over” comments, and add that to me they were “over” before they began.

    However, I love the combination of black leggings, grey sweater dress, and knee-high black boots. There's something “Utilitarian Chic” about it to me. I've been aware of the look for about three fall/winter cycles now but I'm not even remotely sick of it yet. And so comfy!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  89. Katherine K says:

    I am so, so, so over ridiculously complicated manicures – I think they are unprofessional and REALLY distracting. Also – who has time for glitter ombre marbleized tie-dye fingernails??

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  90. Monica says:

    Can't get enough of leopard. (Even though I feel like it should be “over” by now).

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  91. DCQuarterlife says:

    I was JUST preparing to order one! But would love to win one…

    Let's see… it has to be leggings… seriously people, leggings are not pants. I don't care how thin you are. I don't care that they look better in boots than jeans. Wear a shirt that covers your butt completely or wear freaking pants….

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  92. Amanda says:

    Love: studded smoking slippers….comfortable and make you look like a rock star!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  93. js says:

    Not a new trend at all, more of a classic, but I love my flat tall boots!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  94. Ashley says:

    I am so over:
    Peplum
    Ankle boots
    Scalloped shorts and skirts

    I can't get enough of:
    Oxford shoes

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  95. Bethany says:

    Very over fringe on anything — boots, shirts, etc.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  96. Kristin says:

    I'm really tired of sock buns piled up all the way on top of people's heads. I'm in love with bold manicure colors!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  97. C says:

    Love big chunky sweaters and leggings!!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  98. Shay says:

    I am really sick of both the high-low hem (why why why does it even exist?) and the drop hem. Neither are particularly flattering.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  99. Gina says:

    I am very sick of the “military” trend. I've seen too many perfectly good outfits ruined by those ugly olive green jackets that add nothing to the outfit other than the trend factor.

    Thanks for the great contest, Belle!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  100. mcmc says:

    Totally love anything fall- sweaters, sweater dresses, scarves, and tall flat boots!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  101. Aunt_Pete says:

    This is already mostly done thank goodness but I hate the glittery ring finger nail. No. Just no.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  102. Lawlala says:

    I am sick and tired of purses with the manufacturer's logo all over. So tacky!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  103. HM says:

    I am so sick of top knots. No one looks good in them, you just look ridiculous.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  104. OK says:

    Out: Herve Leger and similar boring bandage dresses
    In: Peter Pan Collars

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  105. Ann says:

    Over wackadoodl nail art. Just because it's on Pinterest doesn't make a good idea.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  106. Nat says:

    I'm tired of exposed zippers – they ruin the look of classy dresses and skirts!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  107. Allison says:

    Definitely over shorts over tights. I don't understand it, and it has no place in a professional office.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  108. Elizabeth says:

    Over: oxblood everything, hi-lo dresses. Love: color blocking, booties.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  109. Lauren F. says:

    I'm in love with knee-high riding boots with skinny jeans, a cozy sweater, and scarf. So classic and cozy, it never goes out of style and looks great on all body types.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  110. E says:

    Trend I'm tired of: pastels.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  111. pecanpie says:

    I am over the trend of peep toe booties – don't look good with tights and it doesn't make sense to wear them without tights/socks in winter.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  112. EVT says:

    So over high-low skirts and leather accented shirts. Ugh!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  113. Serena says:

    I'm so over saggy crotched, rolled-cuff jeans, or any drop-crotch pants. They make your legs look 2 feet long. Ugh. Also I wish skinny jeans were not so ubiquitous — not everyone can wear them.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  114. Bree says:

    I am super sick of neon– looks good on so few people and I think the trend is generally better on teens.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  115. Vanessa says:

    Trend I'm loving: BOOTIES.

    Trend I'm over: Burgundy all over.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  116. Megan says:

    I am so over girls wearing jeans and tall brown boots. I know it is a “cute” and easy fall look, but it seriously looks like the DC uniform. I purposefully have NOT worn brown boots yet this season so I don't blend into the masses.

    I am, however, in love with sparkles and sequins. Love Holiday season dresses!!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  117. EA says:

    I am completely sick of camo everywhere (I live in the south…and I mean it's everywhere), but I am loving peplum tops this season!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  118. PrettyPaula says:

    I cannot get enough of colorful scarves and Kenyan earrings.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  119. Kelley B says:

    Neon. Ick. It's fading, by not fast enough

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  120. Bekki says:

    Tired of seeing: Uggs

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  121. Ellie says:

    I'm tired of professional women wearing see-through blouses with nothing but their bras underneath them.

    The trend I love? Combining mint and red.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  122. Mo says:

    I'm way way over mullet (aka hi-lo) dresses/skirts.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  123. Jewish Girl says:

    Uggs. Please gd, no more Uggs.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  124. DP says:

    Can't get enough of scarves!!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  125. J says:

    Still love: taupe/purple/ grey colored nails.
    Over: fedoras/ other straw summer hats. It looks like you're trying too hard to be trendy.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  126. Shannon says:

    Trend I am over: Nailart. Ohmygod, the nailart has gotten way out of hand. Trend I can't get enough of: scarves with everything. Maybe this isn't even a “trend,” but I love this time of year when I can wear a big scarf with my sweater and boots and be comfortable.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  127. Dianne says:

    So tired of too-tight printed or colored skinny cords/denim/whatever. There's something to be said for a little modesty and figure-flattering clothing!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  128. Maria S says:

    Tired of? Neon ensembles (single pop of color is cute), but I take issue with any outfit that makes me think you were transported here from the 1980's.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  129. Becca says:

    I LOVE these bags! I'm so, so sick of the denim on denim look. It's not 1980! πŸ™

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  130. Christina M says:

    I'm tired of leggings and exposed zippers!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  131. CCW says:

    I adore leggings, tall boots, and long sweaters. So comfortable! And no matter how hard I try, I can't get on board with booties.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  132. Meredith says:

    SO tired of dressed up wedge sneakers. If you're going to wear sneakers, wear sneakers… none of this I-just-want-to-look-sporty-because-it's-cute crap.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  133. MM says:

    Can't get enough of: the collarless blouses that are often rolled to elbow length (transitions from work to casual very easily!)

    Tired of: high-low hemlines (skirts, dresses, tops, etc) It's not flattering! And certainly not work appropriate!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  134. jess says:

    can't get enough of uggs. tall ones, short ones, slippers. sorry, haters! πŸ™‚

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  135. Bre says:

    I'm loving anything gold! Especially into gold buttons!!!!!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  136. KAC says:

    I am absolutely loving the colored tights trend. And I officially want all Vera Bradley to disappear. Thanks for this giveaway again Belle!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  137. E says:

    To my horror, I've noticed cargo pants creeping back into the blogosphere…PLEASE let this be a fluke!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  138. tsampamama says:

    I never liked the the hi-low skirt. Tired of the overly crazy high heels, leggings with short shirts that some are trying to pull off (I don't care how skinny you are, just NOT attractive) and the crazy spikes on some stuff. Studs = love, spikes = not.

    I love the OMG – I've got to win this since I can't even buy it as they don't sell/ship to Canada! πŸ™

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  139. AJL says:

    This morning I was thinking how much I love all different types of rain gear (I just got to wear my Hunter boots for the first time today). Maybe not exactly a trend, but appropriate for any rainy day.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  140. Nancy says:

    I am over exposed zippers, they are just a short cut and really take away from quality. Loving this giveaway though! Thanks Belle!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  141. Anna says:

    I'm probably over much more than I'm into, but at the top of the list would have to be midi skirts (not flattering on anyone), maxi skirts/dresses, flatforms (barf), and old lady florals (the kind you'd see on a couch from 1983)

    Trends I'm loving: all the teal and burgundy and definitely riding boots – classic, comfortable, and flattering.

    Also, to everyone who said leggings as pants, I don't think that's really ever been a trend per se, just a gross byproduct of leggings' popularity. I saw a bunch of teenagers in front of the Capitol the other morning wearing leggings with The North Face type jackets that definitely don't extend past your bum and it just made me sad for these poor girls. They just don't know any better. Not cute ladies, not cute.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  142. jenna says:

    i can't get enough of animal print accessories. need a pair of leopard heels immediately!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  143. Jennifer says:

    There are many things I'm over, but exposed zippers on dresses and skirts need to die. It's so frustrating to find something that looks like exactly what I need until I realize there's a stupid exposed zipper.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  144. Kaitlyn says:

    So sick of ankle boots

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  145. Ashley says:

    Over: Rompers. They look cute on children up to age eight. They do not look cute on grown women. And it's just cruel to put them on middle school aged girls, most of whom are feeling insecure about their changing bodies anyway.

    Into: Chambray shirts with jeans. It takes the right shirt (light enough) and the right jeans (dark enough for contrast), but it can look really chic, especially with a chunky (well-fitted!) cardigan.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  146. McO says:

    Over oxblood, especially for lipstick. Still as unflattering as it was in the '90s!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  147. Nora says:

    So sick of combat boots with shorts!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  148. Anna Louisa says:

    So tired of the bauble necklaces!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  149. Truc says:

    Peplum. Works on so few people, and it somehow looks costume-y when I see it in real life.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  150. Jessica says:

    I'm sick of ombre hair…it just looks lazy.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  151. amanda says:

    I am as over flannel shirts as “dresses” as girls who wear them are clearly over wearing real pants.

    Even though you didn't ask for it, one style I miss: HUGE turtleneck sweaters. (ohmygod I am my mother)

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  152. Alyson says:

    I'm so sick of Uggs. How are they still a thing?

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  153. Lisa E says:

    I pray every night that the lacy tube bra and sheer tank trend dies…

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  154. Jessica says:

    I can't get enough of an orangey-red lip with minimal makeup. Instantly perks up every outfit.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  155. Erica says:

    I am still loving the leopard-print trend – can't get enough! (In tastefully small doses, of course.)

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  156. Lauren says:

    The trend is a combination of both: The sweaters with the little animals or motifs in them. I think they are totally cute BUT not in any way shape or form appropriate for adult women! J.Crew needs to get over it and stop encouraging us to dress like 7-year olds….even though that puppy dog/hen/heart/fox is cute.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  157. CR says:

    Over: twee polka dots everywhere
    Loving: leather detailing and pointy flats

    Thanks for the giveaway Belle!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  158. s_anne says:

    So over hi-low hems!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  159. Jen says:

    Hate the patterned tights look, can't wait for it to be over.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  160. Theresa says:

    Open toe booties (this trend just confuses me) and shorts with tights. Great giveaway Belle!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  161. Laura says:

    I'm not a huge fan of the leather accent trend and those J Crew bubble necklaces. I'm excited about winter coats!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  162. MBM says:

    So sick of really bright neon colors. Saw a blindingly hot pink “dress shirt” walking the halls of Cannon this morning… really, people? That is so NOT professional chic.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  163. CS says:

    Over: Peplum! So many hit me (and others) at totally unflattering spots. Some trends are not for everyone.

    Can't get enough of sequins in unexpected colors and patterns

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  164. Bee says:

    Over bodycon dresses and skirts. They are flattering on so few people, and yet take up space that could be used for cute skirts or dresses. A skirt you can twirl in is so much better than one that leaves nothing to the imagination!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  165. JP says:

    Can't get enough blazers! Love them for work, love them on the weekend, dinner dates, etc. Big fan of the classics (like you posted earlier today) or funkier ones with printed liners and rolled up sleeves. I wish I could afford them all. Le sigh!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  166. Kate says:

    I love that burgundy has been popping up all over! It's one of my favorite colors to wear, so I've been buying pieces like crazy.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  167. Stephanie says:

    I'm over neon and booties – ick.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  168. Megan says:

    I'm over the Cosby-esque sweaters I'm seeing in stores everywhere. Leave it in the 80's.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  169. SE says:

    Totally over peplum. I just don't get it!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  170. Virginia says:

    I'm very over the high-low dresses and skirts. They feel like the fashion version of a mullet haircut.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  171. Alanna says:

    I'm sick of the jumpsuit/onesie trend on adult women. Those always look weird.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  172. KRF says:

    One trend I can't get enough of: Jewel tones! Especially the skirt colors offered at JCrew. I'm obsessed. Thanks again for a fabulous giveaway.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  173. Martha says:

    I'm over the blunt hipster bangs. They look frumpy unless you get a trim every couple of weeks and few people I know that have them take the time to do so.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  174. JB says:

    So over – leggings as pants!
    Thanks Belle!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  175. Liz F says:

    Love: Chunky sweaters! (Mostly because my office is a freezer)

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  176. KLC says:

    I know it's terrible but I LOVE pop's of neon. I hope the 80's neon stays forvever!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  177. solsen says:

    So over ombre hair. It is laziness, not fashion at this point.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  178. MA says:

    Still so tired of leggings as pants – it looks so lazy and is certainly not flattering on most. I could also do without booties. They often look like witch shoes and no one wants that.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  179. Elyse G. says:

    I don't think that I will ever tire of my classic trench coat.
    fingers crossed

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  180. LKA says:

    I am loving all of the fit and flare dresses this season – they're perfect for accentuating a small top and masking a bigger bottom!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  181. IRMcK says:

    Skinny jeans tucked into boots. It's not that it's a bad style on its own, it is that it just never ends.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  182. Jamie says:

    Love polka dots! I'm sad it's a trend because it means they will become passe.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  183. J says:

    No more exposed zippers, please!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  184. Kacy says:

    I'm over the belting everything trend. I don't know if it's necessarily a trend, but it's something that simply does not work on my figure and I get tired of trying to find dresses or outfits that don't require belts.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  185. Nina says:

    Totally sick of: people acting like wearing burgundy/oxblood for fall is totally new and cutting edge.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  186. Elle says:

    Over: Leggings as pants, hi-lo anything

    Can't get enough: Knee-high boots (wish I could own more than my one black pair),

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  187. R says:

    I'm so OVER: Colorblocking. Terrible.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  188. Jen R says:

    i'm so over booties!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  189. c. says:

    Rompers are the worst forever.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  190. Lesley says:

    I'm very very over exposed zippers on dresses/shirts/skirts. It looks so cheap!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  191. Meg K says:

    Love button downs and thin turtle necks under sheath dresses! 100% over exposed zippers.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  192. Tierney @ The Preppy Leopard says:

    I hate hate hate seeing girls in head-to-toe trends. It's like peplum + leather + oxblood + leopard + mixed media trench… TOO MUCH! It might be a more specific style blogger thing than a normal person trend, but you do see it sporadically out in the wild. There's a quote I've always liked (and can't remember who said it), but the gist is that people shouldn't remember your clothes. They should just remember how nice you looked. I think trends can be embraced and enjoyed, but when I see girls who are swayed by every wind of fashion–it starts to veer from style savvy to fashion victim.

    Oh man–I feel totally negative with this comment. Haha. I can be positive though! I love when the clothes I'm wearing become trendy again. Specifically nautical colors/styles and leopard print. It makes shopping so much more fun!

    Also, those camera bags are legit. I've been jonesing for one for ages, but never pulled the trigger. Great giveaway!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  193. LB says:

    Still loving see-through tops and cutouts!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  194. Jessica says:

    So over glitter/sequins on everything. Very few people can wear glitter appropriately.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  195. TH says:

    Over:
    bangs a la Zooey Deschanel –
    black thick rimmed faux Ray Ban non-prescription glasses – please just stop

    Loving –
    Oversized sweaters
    scarves
    classic trenches

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  196. Kathy says:

    Sick of: booties! Particularly high heeled, open toe booties. What is that?

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  197. eer says:

    Can't get enough of chunky knits, fair isle sweaters, and jewel tones! Tired of crop tops and neon.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  198. KB says:

    I'm tired of seeing jean shorts over tights. Up until this weekend I had only seen this a handful of times, but after a weekend in Atlanta I'd say the number is hovering around 100. It looks ridiculous. However, this bag is fabulous and I'd love one!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  199. aec says:

    I love leather accents in fashion this winter.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  200. Sam W says:

    I am so tired of peplum!!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  201. b23 says:

    Love patterned tights and chevrons – I need to combine those two and find a pair of chevron tights!!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  202. Shannon says:

    I am so tired of ombre hair (its just bad roots in my opinion) and I can't get enough of animal prints.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  203. Cecilia says:

    Peplum: Is it over yet?

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  204. EmilyS says:

    I love blouses with contrasting cuffs/peter pan collars (specifically, black and white!)

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  205. JB says:

    I can't get enough of good quality black wool tights (I also can't seem to find them anywhere!)

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  206. Audra says:

    Tired: Leggings as pants with nothing covering their behinds!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  207. K says:

    Formal shorts make me laugh.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  208. espie says:

    Thank you Belle!

    b) I am loving the lace trend. I can't get enough of the great lace accented blouses and dresses this season. So feminine.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  209. Colleen says:

    Printed jeans are particularly heinous.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  210. MH says:

    SO over open toed booties. If you want to wear booties, then fine. But WHY the open toe!? Also, leggings as pants. Just… wrong.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  211. CML says:

    totally sick of ombre hair!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  212. Shannon says:

    I'm SO over the high-low dress/skirt trend!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  213. Sarah says:

    I'm so over chevron. I know so many women that think just because something features a chevron print, it is automatically cute, and that is just not the case!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  214. Liz says:

    Can't get enough of tights, boots, and dresses for work or play this time of year!

    So sick of jeggings. Whose thighs look good in those?

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  215. Maura says:

    I'm tired of leather/pleather accents on everything… Is that even comfortable?

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  216. alicia says:

    As a Jersey girl, I am so sick of seeing leopard/animal print. I associate it with the very worst stereotypes of my state and I cannot get past any attempt to class it up, because it just screams tacky to me.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  217. Lindsay says:

    I'm so over those awful skinny jeans with flower prints all over them. They look like my grandmother's curtains.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  218. Kelley K says:

    Still into: scarves, exposed zippers…
    So over: hi-lo hemlines, Pandora bracelets…

    Would love the OMG bag in Plum!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  219. Liz says:

    I'm ready for winter so the neon color trend will fade out. This bag would be great for packing gym clothes without it being too obvious.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  220. Margaret says:

    I'm sooooo over huge slouchy sweaters and leggings. It makes 99% of the population look obese and/or homeless. Please stop. In the words of my boyfriend “no one wants to tap a pile of knitting.”

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  221. Bonnie says:

    I hope jeggings stay around for a while. I love wearing them wtih boots in the winter

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  222. Rachel Bee says:

    I can keep color-blocking until the cows come home, but bubble hems have go. to. go.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  223. Lauren L says:

    I am beyond sick of crop tops. They look good on so few women – make it stop.

    I adore the oxblood trend. Nails, pants, bags, shoes. It's a problem.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  224. AJS says:

    So sick of cropped shirts!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  225. Molly says:

    Tired of platform / sky-high heels — fewer shoe options for tall ladies!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  226. Joy says:

    I LOVE Fair Isle sweaters

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  227. bamamegs says:

    Can't get enough of riding boots!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  228. Judy says:

    Okay, this is a new trend but I hope it dies quickly. I shudder at those jean boots/shoes where the appeal I guess is you can now have pockets around your ankle to store items. Just stop!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  229. Danielle I. says:

    I can't get enough of leather jackets in the fall! They're such a fun way to make my outfits more sassy after being confined to business-wear all week long!
    PS: Love the bag and see it as a great gym back!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  230. Janessa says:

    Neon gym apparel needs to go! Tired of seeing girls looking like they are going to a dayglow concert on their morning jog!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  231. LilaLou says:

    So over leggings as pants!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  232. Melanie says:

    I am loving tights and boots!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  233. Chelsey says:

    Can't get enough leopard print!!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  234. Stefanie R. says:

    Fashion trend that should die an ugly death – super skinny jeans.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  235. TXAttyJen says:

    So tired of the J Crew bauble necklace and the seemingly infinite number of knock-offs.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  236. Pamela says:

    I'm over seeing women commute to work in Uggs. True, you're not wearing them while at work but they're still not appropriate on the metro!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  237. ErinC says:

    I LOVE sweater tights this season. Especially cashmere and cable-knits.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  238. Lauren says:

    I am not sure if this is still “trendy” but I love anything peplum.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  239. Mel says:

    So over maxi dresses and leather/ studded accents. Maxi dresses make even my skinniest friends look pregnant and when it comes to accents, it always just looks cheap.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  240. AK says:

    So over faux fur – if you want fur, just buy the real thing.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  241. Katherine says:

    I'm so tired of skinny jeans. They are not the most flattering choice for the majority of women who wear them.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  242. Hillary says:

    I cannot get enough leather/faux leather this season! Be it pants, dresses, tops, I want it all.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  243. Sushu says:

    The trend I'm sick of seeing is the camo print.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  244. Lilz says:

    I'm sick of platform heels – they make so many people look clunky when they walk. Thanks for the second giveaway!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  245. Shirlynn Brownell says:

    I can't get enough of leather leggings this Fall! Especially the ones with the panels on the side. Definitely one of my favorite Fall trends in a long time.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  246. MOH says:

    Peep toe booties have got to go. Not only are they ugly, but terribly impractical for any season.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  247. M says:

    I am loving booties, ala Katie Holmes, and metallic points on heels and flats.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  248. Hannah says:

    So tired : top knots. With a sock, without a sock- I'm done with it.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  249. N says:

    Still love riding boots, hope they never fade out.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  250. Michelle says:

    Trend I love: the peplum dress; It's very chic, very classic, very urban, and very professional.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  251. Emily says:

    The pointed toe heel…instantly adds a punch of 'chic-ness' to every outfit. Love that it is back and hope it's here to stay!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  252. CE says:

    Over: Wedge sneakers.

    The entire point of sneakers is comfort, so why would I want to wear a pair that also has a 3″ wedge heel? Maybe I'm not over the trend; I thought it was ridiculous from the beginning.

    Loving: Riding boots.
    I never want these to go out of style. I can wear warm hiking socks underneath and stay warm in my freezing office and lab space!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  253. cs says:

    i HATE booties! so tired of them. they have yet to look good on anyone!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  254. HJ says:

    I am loving polka dots and animal prints!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  255. Kat says:

    I'm loving that scarves are back in style- my chunky infinity scarf is my favorite new purchase.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  256. Katie says:

    Rompers should die.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  257. Emily says:

    Crop tops need to die. They are ugly and unflattering. Sorry, but I don't want to have my stomach hanging out all day everyday.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  258. SJ says:

    Cutoffs with tights have to go! I can't even count how many college girls I see running around in this ensemble.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  259. Meredith says:

    Tired of: asymmetrical hemmed skirts and dresses. Not flattering.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  260. Sarah says:

    I am sick of sheer clothing. It's nearly impossible to wear at work, and on the weekends I'm not pulling it off without a cami underneath.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  261. HM says:

    I'm sick of oversized glasses the “hipsters” wear constantly. I thought we left those huge frames behind in the 90's.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  262. Lindsey says:

    I never understood the high-low dress/skirt trend. It's like a mullet in dress form.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  263. JRS says:

    I can't get enough of the big gold watches! I am a huge watch fan and have been for years so it's totally my style!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  264. pam says:

    i'm tired of high-low dresses, never got the appeal. i'd love to win one of these bags.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  265. SD says:

    Death to the maxidress — I don't see how anyone but a tall modelesque person can pull them off. I love knee high flat boots, though.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  266. KJ says:

    High-waisted short-shorts. The rise of your shorts should NOT be longer than the inseam. Also, high-low hemlines on skirts. They look like mullets!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  267. JCC says:

    Dolman sleeves, exposed zippers, gladiator sandal-booties, hi-lo hemlines, neon = sick of these.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  268. Rachel says:

    I look forward to the day when my future children will walk down the street and nary an accent nail graces any hand.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  269. Marielle says:

    Cant get enough of nautical stripes!!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  270. Eden says:

    I am sick and tired of leggings … and especially on people who have no clue about how they really look in them!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  271. Ali says:

    I'm tired of colored tights. I hate when tights dont match one's shoes.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  272. J says:

    I am still really into brightly colored pants and skirts. I also love horizontal stripes, but I can't really pull them off.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  273. Kristen says:

    I am over the color blocking trend!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  274. jennifer says:

    I'm tired of hi-low dress hem lines. It's not flattering on anyone.
    Still loving the skinny jeans with booties or tall boots.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  275. Meredith says:

    Tired of 5+ inch heels…you just look uncomfortable, not chic. Loving leather.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  276. Chelsea says:

    I'm tired of sweaters without buttons! Please, bring back the buttons.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  277. Lyell says:

    I am sick of the micro-ballerina-bun perched on the crown of the head that is sweeping university campuses. It looks good on exactly no one. The best it can appear is that you have made your head into a bobble hat, and at least a hat would keep your ears warm.

    I am loving the simpler riding boots everywhere, because they're classic, and also because it's nice to have low-heeled options on trend.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  278. Maddie J says:

    I'm tired of peplum tops but in love with leopard print!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  279. Eleni says:

    Opened-Toe Booties…. They just look a mess.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  280. Mal Z. says:

    I can't stand the waterfall hem, hopefully it was a one-hit wonder this past season.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  281. fabulouslyfrugirl says:

    I'm tired of seeing leggings worn as pants with no coverage of the crotch or bum area. TMI.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  282. Nancy says:

    I am sick of brightly colored and obnoxiously patterned rain boots on professional women commuting to work.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  283. Merabella says:

    Trend I can't get enough of: tights tights and more tights.
    Trends I can't stand: JCrew Bubble Necklaces, everyone and their mom has one. It was cute at first, but now it is just done.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  284. Jane says:

    My favorite trend right now is sheer straps and sleeves on tops and dresses. As someone who is always self conscious about her arms, sheer and lace overlay make me feel ultra feminine and pretty. I also love the way it looks to contrast delicate sheer with chunky sweaters or a leather jacket.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  285. Rachel Ng says:

    Can't get enough of tweed clothing

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  286. Lyndsi says:

    I'm stick of leggings being worn as pants, too.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  287. liz says:

    I'll never be sick of animal print!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  288. AJ says:

    a) Booties…they look weird, no?

    b) Can't get enough holiday sparkles!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  289. Amber B. says:

    So tired of black in the winter. It is dark enough outside people – wear some color!!!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  290. kristiina says:

    booties….HATE that look! Shew, that felt good to get off my chest LOL πŸ™‚

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  291. Elise C says:

    Loving patterned tights!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  292. Katie says:

    I am over the ombre hair look

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  293. Miriam says:

    a) thick, oversized eyeglasses – especially on people who don't need glasses!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  294. S says:

    I'm loving silk shirts and leopard print flats. Effortless and so cute.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  295. west says:

    I am over high-low dresses and skirts

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  296. VKR says:

    Please go away: nail art on anyone over 16 years old.
    Loving: flats that are more grown up than ballet shoes. Not all of us can wear heels and I'm loving having some options that are chic and professional.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  297. Leslie says:

    I am sick to death of dropped hems. It seems like every time I pick up a hanger with a promising cut, the bottom ruins it for me.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  298. Rache Fauber says:

    I know I may be in the minority of women on this one, but I would be the happiest woman in Washington if I never saw another peplum again. Thanks for the giveaway Belle!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  299. Kelsey says:

    I'm loving patterned tights. A fun yet discreet way to mix it up at work.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  300. Maggie says:

    Trend I hate: women who wear their hair up in a messy bun extremely high up– almost on their foreheads. Top knots are chic but the lack of good placement and neatness makes it sloppy.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  301. balletgirl1980 says:

    I love leggings and tunic sweaters! I finally figured out how to wear them together without looking like I fell out of Flashdance!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  302. Kristen says:

    One trend I'm tired of seeing is painting one nail (usually the ring finger) a different color than the rest.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  303. sarah says:

    Over: Nail Art and massive platforms that no one can walk in
    Loving: everything fall, thick tights, riding boots, oversized comfy sweaters

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  304. Stephanie says:

    I am sick of girls only wearing riding boots for the cold. Spice it up! Get some low cut booties, or a pair of high-tops!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  305. Erica says:

    Oooohhh – what a pretty bag! Pick me! I'm tired of any trend that I can't pull off…e.g. maxi dresses for us shorter, larger-reared girls (it just never works), booties with skirts (it confuses my brain), I could go on… Great giveaway, Belle!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  306. H says:

    I'm completely sick of patterned skinny jeans/leggings. Doesn't even look good on supermodels.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  307. Lexi says:

    Trend still loving: the dark nail polish trend. Still loving black, and all the close-to-blacks that are trending. Am currently wearing Essie Stylenomics. Also loving the nail art trend, but it's not really work appropriate.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  308. Isabel says:

    Booties with cropped jeans leaving the ankles exposed. It may look great on bloggers, but it doesn't translate well to real life.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  309. Katrina says:

    I hate the sneaker/wedge trend. I also really wish the thick platform heel would go away, even an expensive shoe looks cheap in that style.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  310. Elizabeth says:

    Great giveaway!
    I cannot get enough of new nail polish colors – navy blue, gray, dark red. LOVE IT

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  311. RV says:

    Can't get enough of polka dots… but I love them all the time, and am just lucky they've been trendy lately.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  312. Anonymous says:

    Belle, I am so excited for this giveaway. I just love the versatility of the Lo & Sons bags, the perfect everywhere, everyday bag. Thanks

    I am so tired of the Harem pants. I wouldn't mind if they never come back into fashion. They are so hard for most people to wear and rock style.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  313. Cory says:

    Over: Brightly colored denim pants. Sure it looks good on some people, but for the rest of us… why do I want my hips to be neon orange?

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  314. Lea says:

    Ugh, so over polka dots. At first they were fun, but now they're beginning to read twee to me.

    However, absolutely in love with bright skinnies for weekends.

    Great timing on the giveaway – I've been eyeing a Cobalt Lo & Sons this past week!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  315. Davi says:

    I am in love with the menswear trend, particularly sleek loafers!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  316. LG says:

    Definitely over the peplum trend. Loving the new Lo & Sons plum color!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  317. mcf says:

    I am so over: Peter Pan collars – ladies, we are no longer 4 years old.

    I can't get enough of: tights!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  318. e says:

    I am SO sick of seeing poor quality, cheap, transparent leggings everywhere!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  319. petitesq says:

    Very over the 80s resurgence.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  320. Katie says:

    I'm loving the trend towards gold jewelry!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  321. Lindsay says:

    Peplums. If I never see another hip flap it would be too soon.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  322. Laura says:

    I am so sick of those horrible, impossibly high platform heels. They look ridiculous!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  323. Vicky says:

    The leather trend…it's good in theory but in reality just look strange to me

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  324. Beth says:

    Answering both questions in one comment. The trend I love: patterned tights, they're adorable and make winter a lot less boring in D.C. The trend I hate: patterned tights as pants. As if wearing leggings as pants wasn't bad enough, I've definitely seen some ladies around the city with tights and a t-shirt that leaves nothing below the waist to the imagination.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  325. J says:

    So tired of exposed metal zippers. They always make me think you're asking for someone to tug on them.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  326. Mallory says:

    I'm SO sick of the “blog-chic-Pinterest” look(s): shorts with tights, high-low hems, chevron EVERYTHING….your attempt to look “unique” has actually landed you in lock-step with everyone else.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  327. SarahT says:

    Trend that needs to go away: Open-toe booties!! Ick!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  328. Laura says:

    I'm happy that lady-like styles are returning to fashion. I will take a pencil skirt any day over neon ripped jeans.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  329. A says:

    Over crop top sweaters and the women I hear complaining they are cold when wearing one. Buy a real sweater for crying out loud! Also, neon is never acceptable.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  330. Andrea says:

    One trend I am really loving this fall is berry lip color. So pretty, cheap, and seasonally appropriate!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  331. Whitney says:

    Still loving my brown equestrian boots over jeans or black leggings even though this is now their third or fourth season!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  332. Jess says:

    I work with high schoolers, so my view on trends may be skewed, but I am WAY over neon Doc Martens, high-waisted pants, and stacked shoes (I think you've called them flatforms).

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  333. J says:

    Loving leather, that is done right.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  334. Anna says:

    I am so over flat-forms, and booties. Neither makes any sense at all to me!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  335. JT says:

    I am over Mr. Magoo-like oversized 'ironic' glasses.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  336. SD says:

    I am most definitely over the fur vest trend. Any look that Kesha adopts into her daily wear routine gets a firm 'no' vote from me.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  337. KW says:

    I love brown leather boots for fall πŸ™‚

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  338. Lauren Maxwell says:

    I'm tired of fake leather trims! And I freaking love lo and sons. πŸ™‚

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  339. Lindsay says:

    trend i can't get enough of: sweater dresses, tights, and booties.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  340. AJ says:

    I am tired of Ombre hair, looks a bit sloppy on most, only a few can really make it work.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  341. Emily says:

    I'm tired of pretending that random bright colors and patterns go together in one outfit. They don't.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  342. Suzanne says:

    Love the tall boots! So warm – I hope they stay in style forever!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  343. mkbrod2 says:

    having just moved to the Pacific Northwest, i can now whole-heartily agree with your stance on UGGs! blech!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  344. SW says:

    High-low skirts/dresses need to go!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  345. alex says:

    I love colorblock dresses! I just love the bright colors! Also, these bags seem amazing!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  346. Meg says:

    I can't get enough of dark navy nail polish! Paired with an army-green top or accessories and red lippy? Swoon.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  347. EJI says:

    I am so sick of seeing women in 5+ inch heals with huge platforms. Even wearing high-end designers make so many women look like hookers. Even at 5'1″, I wouldn't dare wear shoes like that, particularly to work in DC where relatively conservative attire is the norm (what happened to professional attire?). And most women who wear those shoes can barely walk in them!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  348. JW says:

    I am loving the chunky sweater trend. So cozy for comfy weekends.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  349. Grace says:

    I'm really liking the colored denim trend this fall/winter.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  350. vamermaid says:

    Can't get enough tights with everything and will be happy to see capped-toe flats and smoking slippers for women trend out!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  351. Em says:

    I'm just over booties. This girl needs a little more height for those chilly winter mornings on the metro.. Protect those calf muscles from chill bumps and put the booties down ladies. Thanks Belle!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  352. LSavory says:

    I'm really tired of people stuffing themselves into lace dresses.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  353. SDV says:

    I just can't get into peplum – cute in theory, but not on my body. But I'm thrilled that it's cozy sweater season!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  354. LC says:

    I agree with someone else on here.. so tired of chevron… but the latest “trend”? I want to check out… I just saw some tights that looked like a sweater… I think they would be so cute with a black skirt for the holidays!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  355. Emily says:

    Can't stand mullet dresses!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  356. meg says:

    I hope we don't see neon crop tops again next summer… yuck.

    So glad you're promoting Lo & Sons again. I got the OMG this summer and I love it. It's a great bag that's even better if you fly a lot. Having it secure on the handles of my rolling suitcase makes a mad dash to the gate much easier!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  357. Anne says:

    LOVE all the burgundy. Tired of peplum.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  358. Lolo says:

    I'm going to be honest… I'm so sick of circle/infinity scarves. What's wrong with a real scarf with two ends?

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  359. Cora says:

    Tired: I am so tired of Uggs, they were never ok and the trend won't pass. They're especially awful worn with leggings.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  360. Linda says:

    No more leggings! More tights!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  361. Hallie says:

    I still can't get enough of Alex and Ani bangles. Even though I can't wear a million gajillion bangles stacked on my arms in my office. Even though everyone has them. Even though I know they are a passing fad. I. Love. Alex and Ani bangles

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  362. Mel says:

    Can't get enough of: skinny jeans. Maybe because I'm 8 1/2 months pregnant and am just dreaming of wearing them at this point.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  363. Jez says:

    Harem pants. GO AWAY.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  364. Tori K says:

    SO over “booties”, ombre, and cheap Fair Isle. The booties are pretty hideous looking, “ombre” is just code for “I can't be bothered to take care of my roots”, and cheap Fair Isle is obviously cheap and poor quality. Give me a J. Press Fair Isle sweater any day but J. Crew's version is horrible.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  365. Kimberly says:

    I'm totally over super long maxi dresses. I thought they would be gone a looong time ago. But I'm loving burgundy nail polish!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  366. Anita says:

    So very sick of neon.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  367. adrienne says:

    i'm so over leggings as pants in the workplace. i don't want to see your butt. and it's also inappropriate at work!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  368. Annabelle says:

    I'm loving oxblood and winter whites this season!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  369. Lauren says:

    I am ready for booties to go away. There is something about them that I find to be so unflattering.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  370. EET says:

    I'm incredibly sick of hi-lo dresses and skirts. It's like wearing a mullet on your body… not ok.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  371. Amber says:

    Can't get enough of jewel tones in the winter season. So beautiful and flattering on so many different color wheels! And coincidentally this bag is a gorgeous jewel tone….

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  372. Erin says:

    So tired of ankle booties being styled inappropriately. They do not go with everything ladies, so please look in a full length mirror before stepping outside.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  373. Melissa says:

    Peplums need to stop. Right now.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  374. Nicole says:

    mullet dresses and/or skirts…gross!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  375. duchessbelle says:

    So over bubble necklaces. Still loving stripes.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  376. Karly says:

    I dislike the bootie trend. It makes your feet look like horses' hooves.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  377. Sarah says:

    Four words: leggings are not pants.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  378. Hannah says:

    So, so, so over peplum. But then again… I never liked it in the first place!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  379. Natalie says:

    Loving: Scarfs and boots, everything fall for that matter. Thanks for the giveway, Belle!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  380. Shelen says:

    Leggings as pants. NOT okay!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  381. CH says:

    I'm not tired of the look, but I am so tired of the phrase “pop of color.”

    I can't, and will never, get enough of cashmere sweaters with jeans and boots, LBDs with a statement necklace for holiday parties, or dark dark dark nail polish.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  382. Colleen says:

    So sick of seeing fingernails painted different colors! Or black!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  383. Jessica says:

    Thanks for the great giveaway. I don't think I will ever tire of sweater dresses with tall boots – It's the perfect combination for Seattle weather.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  384. Michelle says:

    Can't get enough of … leather leggings! Obsessed!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  385. MidWestChic says:

    I reallly dispise a)ombre hair and b)ombre tights/leggings. Other ombres I love, but these two have got to go!!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  386. Amber R says:

    Can't get enough of OXBLOOD! I love it on everything – nails, shoes, accessories… so perfect for the season.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  387. Liz says:

    I am beyond tired of people wearing tights as pants. Please wear a long(!!) shirt or sweater to cover your behind.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  388. Carrie says:

    Over:
    Uggs (say no to elephant feet! https://www.refinery29.com/ugg-boot-vaccine-protect-yourself-from-elephant-feet)
    Mustaches on things other than a man's face (why are they on sunglasses and necklaces?
    hi-low skirts (it's a skirt, not a mullet)

    In love with:
    tie-front blouses
    penny loafers (they're making a comeback!)
    the mad-men style (god bless that show and the miracles it has done for dressing my figure)

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  389. Joan says:

    I cannot get enough of flats. They seem to be everywhere and are perfect for those long days on my feet!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  390. Katherine says:

    I live in Boston, land of the college student, and see quite a lot of trends word to varying degrees of success. I am so over mullet skirts, especially for fall/winter wear. However, I am loving bright nail polish (i.e. corals, teals, and metallics) for fall!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  391. Molly says:

    Sick of leggings as pants. This should never have been a thing in the first place.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  392. Lauren T says:

    I can't get enough of a sapphire blue and black combo! I can't wait to see any Vera Bradley bag gone, and Uggs – why are they even still around?

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  393. ETD says:

    I can't get enough of leopard this fall!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  394. Liz says:

    I'm OVER the peplum… I don't care what you say, it's not flattering on anyone!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  395. AG says:

    I'm tired of the crazy platform heels and too-tight everything.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  396. Elizabeth Dooley says:

    I LOVE exposed zippers right now.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  397. Laura says:

    I am tired of the “grunge” looks! No more unbrushed hair or ripped jeans and shirts please!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  398. Michelle Z says:

    I love the fun/funky nail polish trends! Caviar nails are really cool, although I am not sure if I would rock them. I love all of the cool colors and textures.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  399. Susannah says:

    Designer signature prints: I've been waiting eons for this to die. It's not style, it's impressionability.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  400. Leah says:

    I am so over peep-towed shoes… one would think they would go away when scarves are worn for warmth. A girl can dream!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  401. Sally says:

    Harem pants — why are some retailers still trying to make these happen? Over it.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  402. psparul says:

    I wouldn't mind never seeing a high-low skirt or dress again. Hopefully the cold winter weather will grant me some kind of reprieve from this trend.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  403. Rachel says:

    I'm tired of high-waisted anything!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  404. Sue says:

    I love leggings with tunics. So easy and comfortable.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  405. Elizabeth says:

    Trend I love- Ankle Boots!!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  406. Katie says:

    Love the bangs/fringe hairstyles I'm seeing all over this season.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  407. Melissa says:

    I'm really sick of the leather trend. I just can't get behind the idea of a leather skirt.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  408. Elizabeth says:

    I'll never get tired of winter white outfits with a touch of black!!

    Trend that needs to die already- White jeans in the fall. Retire them for the winter with your white shoes!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  409. Cheng says:

    Can't get enough of cozy sweaters and flat riding boots.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  410. Katie says:

    Over: super tall heels. No one can walk in 5 inch heels! And hi-lo hems.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  411. Rebecca says:

    I'm not loving the start of the winter trend of girls thinking as long as they are wearing black tights,they can wear whatever booty shorts or mini-skirts they want, no matter how much of their butt is hanging out! see through tights do NOT make it better!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  412. rbh says:

    I am so tired of ombre hairstyles and leggings as pants. But definitely can't get over the Peter Pan collar (in moderation, of course!) and beautiful scarves with simple sweaters. Kind of my lifeline on most winter days for class.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  413. Caitlin says:

    Trend I'm sick of: sheer blouses over black bras. No one can pull this off in everyday life.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  414. Kathleen M says:

    HATING loudly patterned pants/leggings! Just…..ugh. Why are people still wearing these?

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  415. Kelsey S says:

    I'm tired of peplum. I really don't think it looks good on anyone who isn't model-thin. Love the bags, though!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  416. ECM says:

    I am loving chunky knit sweaters right now! I think they're so versatile – you can dress them up or down!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  417. Hannah says:

    I'm loving neons in the fall and winter paired with cozy sweaters and cardigans.
    High-low skirts and dresses need to go and…Uggs. Don't even get me started…

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  418. VCS says:

    Over: bare midriffs. I see this on hipster children non-stop. I'm glad you're healthy/fit, but a little modesty, please.

    Love: Fair isle sweaters and leather trim/details

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  419. lindsay says:

    I'm done with neon. Just done with it.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  420. Katherine says:

    I love the lace trend. I have been trying for weeks to find a winter-white lace dress.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  421. Ashley says:

    Tired: high-low dresses/skirts

    Can't get enough: colored skinny cords with dark brown riding boots and chunky cable knit sweaters

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  422. Mary says:

    Over peplum, and can't get enough of riding boots!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  423. Lynn says:

    I am so sick of ombre. Every time I think the madness is finally over, i see it again. Hair, nails, dresses…ugh.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  424. JulieDC says:

    The mullet skirt MUST GO.

    Thanks for another awesome giveaway, Belle!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  425. sas says:

    I am totally over itchy sweaters.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  426. Rachel says:

    I am loving colored denim!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  427. Amanda says:

    I am tired of short dresses with long hems in the back.

    When was that ever flattering?!?

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  428. Kate says:

    So over high-low skirts and midi-length skirts. Just not flattering on most people.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  429. Jocelyn says:

    Mullet dresses need to end ASAP! Somebody please end the “business in the front, party in the back” trend…

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  430. Amy says:

    Over (and never understood) Uggs with shorts or skirts!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  431. Jennifer says:

    Not only am I over this look, I was never into it in the first place — the mullet dress/skirt. Short in the front, long in the back. I have yet to see one that I think looks good/uncheap. I'll get excited about a garment on the rack and pull it out only to find is has an awkward trailing back hem line. Unfortunate. Sorry to the fans of this style, but I want a Lo & Sons bag and free would be my favorite way to get one. Actually, it would be my second L & S bag. I purchased during the last give away and LOVE it! Pick me. Pick me.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  432. Victoria says:

    I love the metallic-cap shoe trend – still looking for a pair of pointy flats with a metallic cap.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  433. SA says:

    So tired of the hi-low skirts and dresses!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  434. Katie says:

    Looks like I'm one of the few still loving peplum!
    I don't know if this counts as a trend, but I've never liked those Longchamp totes and I'm so tired of seeing them around campus!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  435. Sam says:

    I love the colored denim trend. The more colors the better!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  436. Sylvia says:

    I despise nail art! So very unprofessional, tacky, unrefined! Love the bag!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  437. Allison says:

    I was never a huge fan of peplum, or seeing women tottering around on ridiculous platform heels but I love love love the Lo & Sons bags (my roommate has one and I've been lusting after it for a while). Thanks for the giveaway!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  438. lhh says:

    Good riddens to Chevron.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  439. SRF says:

    So tired of OTT nail art. If you can't use your hands, what good is it?

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  440. SP says:

    Can't get enough of the power flat. Stylish and comfortable… what's not to love?!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  441. Katie says:

    I think we can all agree that leggings need to disappear. People can have them back when they stop treating them as pants.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  442. Bridget @ Champagne Frosting says:

    I can't get enough of lace this season!! Timeless and girly! …And i love these bags for work and travel!! If i don't win I may need to get one! πŸ™‚

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  443. marit100 says:

    Vera Bradley and leggings as pants be gone! They are the worst!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  444. kmb says:

    Can't get enough of tall boots and sweaters this time of year!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  445. CR says:

    I'm really over neon.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  446. Mrs. Type A says:

    I am so over the exposed zipper. I love the slipper shoe trend and hope they stay around as a rival to ballet flats for a couple years!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  447. Emma says:

    I'm so over neon (anything) and nail art – it just look so unprofessional!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  448. Liz says:

    Can't get enough of leopard print shoes and accessories!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  449. aclearcutsign says:

    Stripes! can't get enough of 'em! Such a classic print.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  450. CarlyRM says:

    I'm over booties worn with dresses. They just look so clunky!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  451. Angela says:

    I'm sick of exposed zippers. They cheapen/de-classic-fy the look of everything they're on.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  452. kwcarlso says:

    High wasted, obnoxiously short, cut off “jorts.”

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  453. kjb says:

    I am so over the graphic/tribal/Native print thing. It reminds me of the late 80's early 90's and not in a good way!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  454. Stephanie says:

    I'm sick of the ubiquitous Tory Burch flat

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  455. Kate says:

    I hate little booties but I can never get enough of tortoise shell!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  456. Kathryn S says:

    I can't get enough of arm parties! Fancy, rocker, hippie.. love them all!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  457. Christina says:

    uggs with skirts. why hasn't that died yet?!

    i'm loving all the lace that's in right now. keep it coming.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  458. Kate says:

    LOVING the leather accents trend – leather sleeves, leather shoulders, even just leather piping, it adds such a luxurious quality to everything from tshirts to sweaters to blazers.

    Just not sure about the leather pants/leggings trend – at least for those of us who are pear shaped and/or not perfectly toned on the bottom. talk about a garment that shows every imperfection – and then makes them shiny!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  459. Raquel says:

    cannot stand leather leggings
    also living in chicago I hate longchamps and Vera Bradley

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  460. Morgan says:

    So tired of nail art! If you really think about it, its a bizarre trend. Not only is it impracticable and impossible for most women to actually do– the finished results are usually tacky.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  461. Adrien says:

    Tall boots forever! I hope they never go away.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  462. Kady says:

    Tired of: synthetic natural mix fabrics in the place of all natural. I don't mind the occasional piece but it is getting so hard to find pure wool, cotton, silk fabrics!!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  463. Jessica says:

    I am so sick of Vera Bradley! They're hideous!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  464. Amanda says:

    I'm am SO OVER hi-low dresses and skirts. I just don't get it.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  465. ella says:

    love peplum – so flattering, i wish it would really take off for longer than just a seasonal trend.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  466. cia says:

    So tired: Jeggings/leggings + (of course) UGGs

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  467. Brittnie says:

    I'm so sick of peplum everything and hi-low skirts. They each can be cute in their own way, but when every girl I know is wearing one or the other and are all together…it's just wayyyyy to much!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  468. Kath says:

    Nail art. I'm over it. Can't we just stick to normal manicures?

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  469. Susan says:

    I am SO SICK OF DOLMAN sleeves!! (the giant blousy sleeves that seem to be on everything from sweaters to tees, to blazers!)
    Why on earth would you want to wear a top that makes your arms look fat and your boobs look saggy?

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  470. Elyse says:

    I cannot stand nail art… fun colors? yes. Nail stickers? no.

    love the bag!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  471. K says:

    I hate the high-low skirt trend. Why wear a mullet on your waist? Don't understand.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  472. Emily says:

    Loving leopard print. Don't think I'll ever get enough.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  473. Emily says:

    Tired: Shorts over tights. I thought the trend was gone, but apparently I was wrong.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  474. Deena says:

    I'm tired of people wearing leggings as pants without covering their nether regions. This look reminds me of elementary school gym class and seems inappropriate.

    I can't get enough of large purses, hence why I would so love to win a Lo & Sons O.M.G bag!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  475. Mags says:

    The one trend I can't get enough of: neutrals + neon.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  476. Jessica R. says:

    I'm sick of ankle booties, specifically with leggings. When worn under jeans they're fine, but with leggings, they are flattering on exactly no one.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  477. Ms. T says:

    I can't get enough of skinny jeans/leggings and boots. And Peter Pan collars – I hope they stick around.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  478. Kim C says:

    I detest the high heels with a super high platform. They make your feet look like hooves!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  479. EFM says:

    “Bubble” necklaces have (very) quickly worn out their welcome with me. They are everywhere…combine them with a short dress and cowboy boots and you have the college girl's football Saturday uniform. Why do you all want to look alike?

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  480. Chele says:

    Booties! I'd love to find a pair that fits me and is comfortable.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  481. PW says:

    Still so in love with peplum! On everything, but especially tops so the look can reach maximum versatility πŸ™‚

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  482. Paula says:

    Over: hi-low skirts/dresses!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  483. Sam says:

    I'm so dunzo with bird prints.

    I've been using my shapeless Longchamp for too long now as a gym bag. I need the OMG bag in plum!

    Thanks Belle!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  484. nelle says:

    thank you for a wonderful and generous give away!! been lusting after lo & sons for eons
    over: high-low hems and platform heels
    can't get enough of: infinity scarves and slouchy sweaters

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  485. Becca says:

    Super skinny jeans. I'm mostly just jealous that my pear-shaped self would look awful in them! (I'm wanting the OMG bag so badly!!)

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  486. ASC says:

    This isn't a trend per se, but I'm sick of seeing LV bags (checkered and monogrammed) everywhere.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  487. Dakota says:

    Totally over high-low skirts and ombre-dyed hair. UGH!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  488. Kay says:

    I am way tired of the hi-lo hem trend. On shirts, skirts, whatever… it looks good on about 2 women ever, and they are both in professionally shot magazine spreads.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  489. Sarah R. says:

    I am very into leather at the moment.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  490. mo says:

    i am over jeggings and skinny jeans! i <3 lo & sons!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  491. Moira says:

    Sick of neon and booties!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  492. Stephanie says:

    I'm getting sick of sheer illusion panels. Can they please go away now?

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  493. K says:

    shorts and heels. mlech. what real human of average/normal proportions can pull that off? Looks dumb on those with great figures and tragic on those with a more huggable shape…

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  494. Lisa says:

    I am tired of Vera Bradley. I never got into the printed quilted trend. I love the leather bags, especially patent leather. I'll have to give myself a Lo & Sons bag if I don't win this!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  495. Christina says:

    I still love gold jewelry.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  496. Jan says:

    I'm enjoying the patterned tights trend–so nice to get a bit of texture relieving the basic black.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  497. Nancy says:

    I'm completely over the peplum skirt…although that might be because I actually like it but it's just not flattering on my body shape.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  498. Laura S. says:

    I'm tired of jeggings! Even if you are skinny enough to be able to wear them, they often make your legs look like pipe cleaners!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  499. MMarek says:

    LOVE cigarette pant with suit!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  500. Virginia says:

    I'm SO over: When people scrunch up their jacket sleeves to show a sleeve underneath, ombre hair, hair chalking, denim on denim, mullet dresses and skirts, shorts in the winter, and pattern clashing.

    Still loving: Dark lips, maxi dresses/skirts, military style coats, lace-up boots, faux fur, scarves, and statement necklaces.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  501. CW says:

    I'm tired of handkerchief hems – they look messy!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  502. jas says:

    So tired of high-low skirts and dresses. The trend should be gone!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  503. Michele says:

    Love, love the Peter Pan collar. They're so demure and such a nice change of pace from regular button-downs.
    Thanks for another chance at this give-away!! Love your blog!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  504. Rose says:

    I know brown leather riding boots are in style. I like them and even own a pair, but I'm SO over their complete domination of winter fashion. It's gotten to the point that every time it dips below 60 degrees, almost every single female is wearing the exact same tall brown leather riding boots.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  505. Rae says:

    I am so over patterned tights on anyone over 13. They just look like awful tattoos from afar and so few people wear them well!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  506. Devon says:

    So sick of neon…it's impossible to make it look classy or work appropriate, and yet women still try. Leave it in the 80s, please!

    Thanks for the give away!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  507. Katie says:

    Leggings as pants drive me crazy!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  508. SD says:

    I am sick of booties–they chop the leg line and make most women look dumpier.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  509. Mae says:

    Tired: sock buns! In need of a new gym bag… Pick me!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  510. MRE says:

    So sick of the bubble necklace from JCrew — everybody has one!!!!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  511. Rachel says:

    I am sick of so many trends – Longchamp bags, hi-low hems, neon, Vera Bradley anything, Tory Burch anything, ombre hair, shorts with tights, leggings as pants, flip flops in general, oxford shoes…I can keep going, trust me.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  512. JB says:

    Peplums. WHO are they flattering on?!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  513. MultifariousM says:

    I'm completely over chevrons.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  514. therachel says:

    I am so over mullet skirts. That needs to end. Or tights under shorts.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  515. Consultant says:

    Can't get enough of — flannel shirts, leggings and boots!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  516. estelle says:

    sick of ombre!

    great giveaway. thanks!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  517. Samantha says:

    I love love love this bag! I am crossing my fingers!!!!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  518. Lisa says:

    Tired of Uggs. Love the new leather trend.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  519. Jessica says:

    Hating: Maxi dresses/skirts, patterned jeans and rompers. No one looks good in any of these!

    Loving: Cozy sweaters, riding boots and infinity scarves!

    I bought the O.M.G. bag because of your previous post and use it for work everyday. I would LOVE to get O.G. for traveling!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  520. Emily says:

    I'm still loving a hint of leather and animal print … both in moderation!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  521. Cat says:

    I'm sick of peplum. Can't wear it, so I hate it.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  522. K says:

    So tired of thick rimmed hipster glasses. There are really a lot of folks who would look much better with a more discrete, simple frame than a big black frame hiding his/her face.

    Thanks for the great giveaway Belle!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  523. Jade says:

    I'm so sick of neon colors on everything. It's nearly winter– bright pink is not exactly the most fitting color for the colder seasons! Loving leather, though. A light leather jacket is perfect for chilly nights out.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  524. DSL says:

    I am so over mullet dresses!!!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  525. Tara M. says:

    I am sick of the neon trend – I much prefer neutrals in my wardrobe.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  526. Linda L says:

    i love the leggings trend. With fall being way too short this year, it gives me a chance to continue to wear skirts. Like others, definitely not a fan of people wearing them as pants.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  527. ChristinaH says:

    Loving scarves! Although I miss summer already..

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  528. JeanieMK says:

    Simply can't get enough of exposed zippers or leopard/cheetah print. They keep finding their ways into my closet and I'm not quite sure how…

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  529. Anna says:

    I am loving studs as accents – on shirt collars, flats, lapels! It gives a fun and stylish edge to more muted items.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  530. SP says:

    I kind of hope this doesn't count as a trend, but I work at a university and have seen a ton of female students walking around in short shorts with tights under them. It isn't flattering and doesn't make it ok to wear booty shorts in the cold.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  531. Erika says:

    I'm over Hi low skirts/dresses. Still loving riding boots, leather, and polka dots (in moderation)

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  532. MS says:

    I love the trend (and would actually want to try) oxblood items – they seem to be a beautifully autumn-y color.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  533. Mackenzie says:

    I'm completely sick of belly-baring shirts. They remind me of the 90s and only look cute on a select few body types. Not to mention that I've seen someone wear one to work – granted it was a business casual workplace, but still. So inappropriate!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  534. An says:

    So sick of jeggings. Mainly because too many people forget that LEGGINGS ARE NOT PANTS and they still need to cover their butts while wearing them. I do not need to see that.

    Awesome giveaway!!!!

    Has anyone gotten the man bag? DId you like it? Thinking of giving one as a gift.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  535. Dena says:

    High-low skirts and dresses need to go away!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  536. Carrie says:

    I'm tired of high-low dresses. There are too few situations where they work.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  537. Marisa says:

    I am so over bizarre tailoring details… specifically, peplum on evening dresses and pick-ups on wedding gowns.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  538. Sally says:

    I am tired of wide stripes. They are not flattering to anyone except boys under the age of 8.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  539. Lynn says:

    Loving booties. I feel like it adds a bit of sass to my style.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  540. Leah says:

    I am loving statement necklaces paired with a monogrammed necklace!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  541. Andi says:

    sheer dresses that show too much- ie: Kristen Stewart at the LA at the premiere of Breaking Dawn. Entirely inappropriate.

    Totally want this bag! Good offer, Belle!

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  542. Rosie says:

    I'm sick of the messy top-knot hair style. It takes me back to late-night study sessions in college.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  543. Rhi says:

    I'm loving tights. Especially since I travel to cold weather from Florida for work. They make the transition easier.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  544. Gabrielle says:

    I can't get enough of the feminine high waist pencil skirts. (mainly because they actually fit and flatter my body)

    I can't stand the 80's coming back.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  545. Katy says:

    Sick of bangs. They fill me with rage.

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  546. An says:

    I can't wait for graphic pull overs to be gone. Gone!!

    Thanks for the give away!
    An

    November 13, 2012/Reply
  547. Melissa says:

    i'm really over neon, and particularly chartreuse.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  548. LAG says:

    I'm over peplum. I know, I know…. everyone seems to love it. But I can't help but feel that it's one of those things that will look ridiculous when looking back at photos 5-10 years from now.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  549. tx says:

    The short in the front long in the back dresses and skirts have got to go! I'm also over chevron but I think I'm in the minority with that one.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  550. Stephanie says:

    Totally loving leather jackets and anything with studs

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  551. Bpalaz says:

    I'm so over hi-lo skirts and dresses!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  552. A says:

    More cape coats for fall!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  553. elz says:

    So sick of peep toe booties. If you need boots, they should cover your toes!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  554. Allison says:

    I am so sick of the wedge sneaker trend!!! Ready for the sneakers to be flat on the ground again :).

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  555. M says:

    Thanks for a great giveaway. A trend I have loved before it was a trend, love now and will always love: the smoking slipper. Less twee and more chic than any ballet flat and they go with everything.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  556. Sanja says:

    Absolutely loathe exposed zippers, especially on delicate tops. Ruins the look (and they frequently aren't properly supported, so ruins the top, too!)

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  557. Agnes says:

    Loving the leather trend, whether it's in accents or entire pieces of clothing.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  558. Kel says:

    Tired of gym shorts with leggings and uggs (yes, that's a thing in the college town I live in, and no I've never worn this)

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  559. ayellowrose says:

    Good NIGHT… if I never see a buttoned-up-to-the-neck-cutting-off-the-blood-to-someones-brain collar again, it will be too soon. On a much lighter note I bought my first pair of commando tights and Im in LOVE!!!!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  560. Elizabeth says:

    I'm loving everything oxblood! Such a rich color.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  561. trilliz says:

    Loving: oxblood everything. It's a flattering color for me, and it's nice to have a stylish excuse!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  562. Jessica says:

    a) Uggs need to go. Especially worn in public with what are obvsly the leggings slept in the night before. Peeptoe boots. They make no sense. If I want boots, it's because the weather's cold enough/bad enough to wear them. If it's not cold/bad outside, why would you wear any form of boot? Totes ridiculous.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  563. enox says:

    I'm loving on the mixed pattern trend, I can't get enough!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  564. Gina says:

    NEON. Please just GO AWAY. It's not the 1980s anymore.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  565. Shanycole says:

    I'm sick of sweaters with a fox on the front.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  566. CR says:

    I live near a college campus and when it gets cold, you start to see packs of sorority girls wearing the same black leggings with cognac boots. It's like they're wearing a uniform! I'm definitely over the legging trend, they are not pants!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  567. Sophia says:

    LOVE the leggings trend. So comfortable!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  568. BethC says:

    Pajamas as clothes to wear outside the house, usually in combination with bed head and Uggs. (We're in a college town…)

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  569. Causlander says:

    Loving: Flat boots. I always thought petites couldn't wear them but it's all about proportions.

    Hating: Hi-lo dresses. Especially when worn in a professional environment.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  570. Justine says:

    At first I thought Peplums would be awful, but now that more stores are doing them, there's a lot of nice ones out there!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  571. DRF says:

    leggings! ugh!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  572. Cathy says:

    Love: the colour oxblood

    Hate: that the colour is called oxblood! (whatever happened to burgundy?)

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  573. Jen says:

    The day bow blouses are wrong- I won't want to be right! Love their balance of feminine and masculine and their versatility to dress up or down.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  574. Gaby says:

    I am so sick of nail art! totally wishing everyone would just be classic and paint their nails a solid color.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  575. B says:

    A) Leggings are not pants and should not be worn as such!
    B) Booties are growing on me for fall.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  576. Wendy T says:

    I'm tired of the cutesy animal (French hen, bulldog, owl, etc.) sweaters.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  577. Kayla says:

    I'm so sick of the bubble necklaces.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  578. Amy D. says:

    WOW – that is a great bag – thank you so much for the giveaway!! The trend that I am loving this season are the embellished/sparkly/shiny/dotted/patterned/etc. jeans and pants. Pants are usually so boring (well, tailoring and fit aside) I am just loving seeing all the gorgeous colors, textures, and light-catching awesomeness out there right now! πŸ™‚

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  579. Amy says:

    Loving velvet, deep red lips, and clashing patterns.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  580. Karen says:

    I'm loving the tall boots and sweater dress trend. I can't stand the exposed zipper trend – when are they going to start putting zippers on the inside of garments where they belong?!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  581. Elizabeth says:

    I'm so tired of:
    -the smoking slippers (only works with a really avant-garde/fashion-forward outfit– otherwise, you just look like you got out of bed)
    -sparkly Toms
    -shapeless tops
    -flatforms. Ugh.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  582. InfoDiva says:

    Booties must go.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  583. Amy says:

    Sick of: exposed zippers

    Loving: all the greens, deep blues, oxblood and rich colors I'm seeing this fall

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  584. Erika says:

    Curious about peplum…sick of hi-lo skirts.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  585. Kat says:

    Time to go: stacking a zillion mismatched and all too often cheap bracelets…or what is being used as such….with the oversized watch…. NOOOOOOOO!!!!!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  586. Lucy says:

    I am sick of cropped pants. They look terrible on my skinny legs, but they are EVERYWHERE. Can we please move on?

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  587. Debbie says:

    I'm so tired of leggings as pants (trust me, they aren't), those J.Crew bubble necklaces that everyone wears (and all the copycat versions), huge platforms and tall boots with bare legs.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  588. Sarah says:

    Over: leggings as pants.
    Love: colorful winter coats.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  589. Marcy says:

    I love the burgundy (“oxblood”? really?) trend for fall. Thanks for the great giveaway!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  590. A.R.L. says:

    I hate extreme platforms. They're totally impractical, and am I the only one who thinks they look like horse hooves?
    I love chunky sweaters. So warm, so wonderful. πŸ™‚
    Also, I'm happy to see you doing another giveaway from Lo & Sons! I'm drooling over these bags!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  591. Rose says:

    Broken record: leggings are not pants. So over it.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  592. Kaelyn says:

    Things that are not pants: leggings. Also I'm about ready for neon to be done. Thanks for posting this giveaway!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  593. Ateka says:

    Can't get enough of the belted drape cardigan sweater. I personally like to wear them with leggings, soft cotton top, hoop earrings, and flats with my hair half up half down .thanks for a great giveaway.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  594. Katelyn says:

    i am over shorts worn in the winter with tights. what gives??

    I hope to win! the plum is amazing!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  595. Christine says:

    I'm totally sick of seeing neon. It was awful when I was 8; it is awful now. I didn't wear it the first time and I won't know. It just needs to disappear like every other awful 80's trend.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  596. kenna says:

    I am tired of seeing women wear mixed seasons – as in, cut off jean shorts and their wool jackets and scarves! If it's cold enough to put on a wool jacket- put some pants or tights on!
    Something I can't get enough of: the slight glitter and shimmer you can get away with during the winter months πŸ™‚

    Thanks for the opportunity Belle!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  597. Jess says:

    I'm in love with tall riding boots! And I'm so glad it's finally scarf weather!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  598. Courtney says:

    I'm over leopard prints and clingy jersey knit shirts that have no shape (seem to be very popular at Banana Republic)

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  599. Jennifer says:

    I am sick of the crazy nail polish–chevron patterned nails, extra sequin-y things on them, crazy stuff like that. Some of the ones I've seen on Pinterest are terrible! I'd be thrilled to see those go!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  600. Phoebe says:

    I really like the bold lip color trend! Anything from bright corals to deep burgundies…

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  601. MX says:

    Trend I can't get enough of: metallic nail polish.
    Only downside – it's a weekend look, which takes me back to my grade school days where we couldn't wear nail polish to school due to a dress code.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  602. Jessica says:

    Shamefully cannot get enough of the ring finger glitter.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  603. Sheena says:

    I am sick of peplum. It breaks up the figure and it just doesn't add anything to an outfit.

    I will never get tired of legging and Knee high boots. When executed properly it looks good on almost everyone.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  604. Anna says:

    I still think waxed jeans are so cool. I bought my first pair last week – and they are a comfy as stretchy jeans – and I feel so cool wearing them!!

    I'm so over oxfords – a high-vamp does not work for me…

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  605. Liz H. says:

    Tired of seeing people where leggings as pants.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  606. Milena says:

    I am so totally over platform pumps… they make everyone's feet look like horse hooves! Thanks for the giveaway!!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  607. Charlene says:

    So over anything high waisted, does not look good on anyone.

    Love this bag!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  608. angela says:

    Loving the trend toward smaller purses. Big bags are great for work but who wants to lug one around outside of work.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  609. Melissa says:

    Dislike: Really baggy coats on men or women, not flattering, and generally also makes the person look like an insensitive jerk going for a 'homeless' aesthetic

    Like: Henleys! little bit of detailing at the neck make them cute : )

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  610. Amelia says:

    I'm currently loving: neon, leather, spiked shoes, the orange/pink combination, and herringbone.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  611. Emily says:

    Oxblood is definitely growing on me….

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  612. Timsy says:

    Hipsters! As a whole, stinking, group of people.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  613. M-C says:

    I'm totally on the woven silk loose t-shirt trend. Perhaps not great for mid-winter, although you can always use a silk underlayer. But expect to see me in these for at least 9 month of next season!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  614. Choco says:

    I´m tired of exposed zippers. A dress looks nice on the from you turn it around and it looks more casual and cheaper looking. Can be really annoying.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  615. Susan says:

    I'm so sick of the high-low dress trend. Why on earth do people want to wear a dress that resembles a muilet??

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  616. tiaracara says:

    I am SO DONE with: IKAT pattern everything!! flowered jeans, high-waisted shorts, platform heels, crop tops, tube dresses, LONGCHAMP BAGS, peep toe booties/cage shoes

    I am so in LOVE with: stacked bracelets, scarves, lace, chevron, polka dots, booties, animal print shoes, silky/flowey blouses, DENIM SHIRTS!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  617. Anita says:

    It's always during this time of year, I'm loving tall boots and comfy sweaters. It's too bad I just moved from DC to Florida!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  618. JB says:

    Belle – you're the best!! Thanks for another great give away.

    Can't get enough of: ponte everything, riding boots, burgundy, and leather details!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  619. Karin says:

    Chevron is not a good look for anyone IMHO.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  620. Michelle says:

    I'm so ready for hi-low skirts and printed jeans to stop existing. Loving dark nails for fall and pops of leopard print though!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  621. Lindsey says:

    So over black leggings over neon panties at work. I see London, I see France, I see the reason why LEGGINGS ARE NOT WORK PANTS.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  622. star says:

    Trend that I never understood indeed: Longchamp bags! It's nylon, with one compartment, no structure, but still cost an arm and leg.

    Basically, a poor man's version of this Lo & Son's bag!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  623. JulieY says:

    Tired of color blocking. Too many retailers doing it now, no longer fresh. And I think it may look dated next year or so.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  624. Judy says:

    So sick of – Maxi dresses and skinny jeans!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  625. liana says:

    I still can't get enough polka dots!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  626. Caro says:

    Thanks Belle! I'm so over Toms… I caved and bought a pair just as commute shoes but not only did they fall apart in a matter of a few months, I don't like how the name is splashed all over four times.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  627. Kristen says:

    I am loving tall boots with long cozy sweaters for weekends. I am really sick of maxi dresses and skirts- they look cute on stick thin girls, but they really aren't flattering on the 98% of us that have some curves!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  628. Em says:

    I know you've been tempted recently, but I HATE HATE HATE the long fur/hair vest trend that has emerged. Even the classiest ladies kind of look like they've time traveled from cave man days in those things. I also feel like people might just start walking up and petting people that wear them.

    Haha rant over, that's a nice bag and I'd love to be a lucky recipient! You're the best!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  629. CTW says:

    I am definitely over the belted cardigan look. Throw a belt around your blouse, but stuffing your cardigan under it looks bunchy and plain unprofessional.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  630. Sara Willis (swegl) says:

    I live in a college town, and I am exhausted with the girls' favorite outfit here: nike shorts and an oversized t-shirt. These are cute girls with cute clothes, but they won't wear anything else to class! Since the temp has gone down, it's now leggings with oversized t-shirts!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  631. jmg says:

    Love patterned tights!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  632. Christina says:

    I cannot get enough of leopard print – it has gotten to a point where i think of it more as a neutral because it goes with so much! A great way to add some sassy, while still looking polished. Leo-pardon me for my love for this pattern.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  633. MM says:

    Still can't get enough of polka dots!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  634. Meridith says:

    Obsessed with riding boots. They look fantastic on everyone!! I'm also obsessed with these bags!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  635. Joie says:

    I am pretty much OVER chevron.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  636. Laura says:

    High-low skirts are the WORST. They're the fashion equivalent to a mullet.

    (I love the O.M.G. bag in blue!)

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  637. Laura says:

    I'm so tired of those bubble necklaces and all their iterations. It's not a statement piece if everyone is making the same statement!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  638. Kristen says:

    I am over painting your ring finger a different color than the rest of your nails. Who decided that looked cute?

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  639. Brittany says:

    I am in love with gold glitzy dresses!! Seriously the blingy the better! They tend to brighten up a dull and (hopefully) cold fall evening or weekend night out.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  640. Heather says:

    sick of booties! They flatter no one.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  641. Rebecca says:

    Trend I am tired of: super high heels/platforms.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  642. Shannon R. says:

    I work on a college campus. I am over leggings and Ugg boots. It is a trend that WILL NOT DIE.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  643. KC says:

    I am tired of bright colored skinny jeans. I think it's poised to be to 2010s what the wide-necked sweatshirt and legwarmers were to the 1980s.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  644. C says:

    So tired of: Vera Bradley bags (those overly-loud prints are so obnoxious) and leggings as pants. If you really just came from the gym in those tights/leggings, you wouldn't look that put together.

    Can't get enough of the short western booties (a couple inches above the ankle height) over skinny jeans.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  645. Beth says:

    I'm soooo sick of seeing fishtail dresses, especially when it's cut really short in the front. It's a mullet made of fabric

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  646. AK says:

    I am so over high-low dresses (though to be honest I didn't like them much in the first place) but loving that flats are more acceptable as work shoes. My feet are over wearing heels all day…

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  647. Kristina says:

    So interested to try these bags…thanks for the discount code!

    I, for one, have had enough peplum in my life. I think it's like hearing a great song so many times on the radio that you start to hate it. What initially was a fun little flounce now feels so overdone that it just looks like gratuitous fabric adding bulk to the hips. So ready for a new silhouette-of-the-moment!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  648. Sarah says:

    I am totally guilty of loving every minute of this colored skinny jeans trend… but I'd be happy to see chevron die a slow death.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  649. cathy says:

    I am tired of ultra low rise everything!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  650. Sarah says:

    Thanks for the giveaway! The one trend I am sick of is high-low skirts.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  651. Amanda says:

    I'm a big fan of the color blocking that's showing up more this year. It's especially a nice way to change up basic skirts and sweaters to have one with a yellow strip or blocking in different patterns.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  652. Katherine says:

    The oxford shoe trend should die a slow painful death.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  653. Patricia says:

    I love the blue with black trend. Completely over tights and shorts, especially jean shorts.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  654. Carly says:

    I am SO tired of the high-low shirts, skirts and dresses. And I know that the people that are investing their lives in them are going to wear them for years to come!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  655. Nancy says:

    sick of Vera Bradley and high low skirts. Give me more of the equistrian style – nice to know that my simple leather purse and winter boots are still in style.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  656. Erin says:

    I'm loving all of the burgundy this fall!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  657. Samantha says:

    I am tired of booties. They look funny and I don't understand why you wouldn't just stick with a normal high heel or boot. Just pick one!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  658. amandal says:

    I absolutely cannot get enough of knee-high boots and sweaters. The boots are the perfect way to pull together an outfit while still remaining comfortable for the insane amount of walking I do!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  659. Kerry K says:

    I'm sick of opentoed boots (or booties). If you are wearing boots, it's more than likely cold outside and odd to see bare toes.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  660. KL says:

    Over high-low skirts, the “I accidentally stepped on the front of my skirt” look is growing old.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  661. Kim says:

    Can't get enough of fisherman sweaters and leggings with tall boots.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  662. Kelly says:

    I can't get enough riding boots! Love them!

    Over: exposed zippers on dresses!

    Thanks!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  663. Kelly says:

    I can't get enough riding boots! Love them!

    Over: exposed zippers on dresses!

    Thanks!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  664. KC says:

    Please make the uggs stop. I see women wearing them with suits into our office. No!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  665. angela says:

    Please, no more neon.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  666. Leah S. says:

    So Over It: Mullet shirts. Those short in the front and long in the back monstrosities. To stay a hair positive, I can't get enough of chunky scarves, statement necklaces and chunky sweaters with skinny jeans and boots.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  667. krc says:

    HATE: the zoey d haircut

    LOVE: collared button ups under dresses

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  668. LR says:

    Fingers crossed for this bag! It looks amazing. I am still loving the (faux) fur trend – so cozy.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  669. JB says:

    So tired of exposed zippers – i think it started with the Project Runway folks who couldn't sew and has turned into a lazy manufacturers dream. Enough!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  670. Michelle says:

    I am so over everything having spikes on it, bags, purses, etc. The last time I walked through the Nordstrom's shoe dept, I just had to shake my head. Where would you EVER where those?

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  671. Sarah says:

    I am can't get enough of anything wine/plum/burgendy in color. It is just works so well for the fall and my complexion.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  672. Anna says:

    Tired of: sheer polyester button-downs — especially the 'high-low' cut ones!

    Fortunately, I am loving burgundy (such a flattering shade!) and the increasing availability of eco-friendly beauty products and packaging.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  673. Sam says:

    Mullet dresses/skirts. UGH.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  674. LB says:

    I cannot get enough of riding boots with cozy sweater socks!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  675. Em says:

    So sick of sock buns. Ugh.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  676. Camilla says:

    I love the Lo & Sons bags! I hope this give-away is open to international readers πŸ˜‰

    One trend that I've had enough of is legging. Enough already! Especially when people mistake them for pants. Grr!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  677. Laura says:

    I am tired of seeing tights with jean shorts- especially tights which are not opaque!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  678. Lauren says:

    I cannot get enough of leather this season.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  679. MC says:

    I LOVE the sweater dress trend. Whether they are layered with legging, long cardigans or fun jewelry I think they are an essential in any wardrobe especially as we move into cold weather season.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  680. R says:

    Trend I am over: Leggings as pants (ESPECIALLY when they are see-through! Ladies, no one in public needs to know which panties you are wearing.)

    Would like the O.G. bag in plum please πŸ™‚

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  681. ann says:

    really over exposed zippers. but I am loving the animal prints this season!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  682. Sarah V. says:

    Pro – sweater weather, boots, and skinny jeans. Con – high heeled sneakers (seriously, what are they). Thanks, Belle!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  683. Whitley says:

    One trend I'm loving is neutral vest (think J Crew's camel puffer vest) over a fun colored button up (solid or plaid)

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  684. Meg says:

    So very, very tired of flatforms. How were they ever considered stylish?!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  685. Tierra says:

    I'm all-the-way tired of peplum skirts. It could be cute if more folks read this blog and could do it correctly.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  686. ADL says:

    Not necessarily a trend but I'm tired of seeing women wearing inappropriate clothing to the workplace/office. Tunics and tights/leggings do not make an appropriate outfit for the workplace. For the weekend, yes. Office, no. *end rant.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  687. Christiana says:

    Loving the oxblood color for this season. It is so pretty in everything from tops, bottoms, nail polish, shoes and many others (not all together, of course).

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  688. Liz says:

    Trends I love: peplum, peter pan collars and (real) leather

    Ready to say goodbye to: smoking slippers

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  689. Em says:

    The cut out trend – whether it be the upper stomach, or the sleeves, or whatever. It is not cute, and you have to be super skinny to pull it off. πŸ™

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  690. Shaunta says:

    UGG boots just have to go!!!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  691. Sarah B says:

    No more brown riding boots. Stop it.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  692. Jessica says:

    A trend I'm TOTALLY sick of seeing is a blouse buttoned all the way to the neck with a huge layered necklace over it. Thanks, JCrew.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  693. mino says:

    Can't get enough of – leopard and snakeskin as the new neutral.
    Can't wait to see – high-low hem line – be gone.

    Thanks for a great give away and discount code!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  694. Diane says:

    Tired of everything being ombre!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  695. Lindsay says:

    I cannot get enough of (faux) fur vests!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  696. E says:

    Like some other posters I have to say I am tired of leggings as pants. cover your butt. It does not look as good as you think it does.

    I am loving the oxblood trend.

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  697. B says:

    Uggs!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  698. K says:

    I feel like the biggest stick in the mud about it, but I just can't get behind the cropped pants trend. Maybe it is because I live somewhere with real seasons and realities like snow, mud and wet which make cropped pants less than practical for many months of the year.

    But I do love a utilitarian bag…

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  699. jpo says:

    I can't get enough faux fur!

    November 14, 2012/Reply
  700. Jay says:

    I'm both loving and over scarves. On the one hand, I love it when it gets cold enough to bring out my favorite pale pink cashmere one. On the other hand, I can think of two ladies at my office who wear one religiously in quite dreadful colors.

    November 15, 2012/Reply
  701. Laura says:

    ombre, particularly with hair. it's just a french-sounding way of your roots showing.

    November 15, 2012/Reply
  702. Rosy says:

    HATE cropped tops! They are flattering on no one and have no practical place in the real world.

    November 15, 2012/Reply
  703. Jennifer H. says:

    Vera Bradley bags, and not sure how popular this trend is, but last week I witnessed a late-20s professional in full business suit attire sporting WHITE IRIDESCENT SEQUINED UGGS in Starbucks at an informal business meeting! I'm still speechless.

    November 15, 2012/Reply
  704. Carissa says:

    Over (well actually never really got it in the first place) high low dresses. They're the mullet of the dress world!

    November 15, 2012/Reply
  705. Aggie says:

    I can't get enough of riding boots. Perfect for fall and winter commutes to grad school!

    November 15, 2012/Reply
  706. Sarah says:

    I'm over hi-low dresses/skirts. I love the leather trend, but have yet to successfully incorporate it.

    Thanks for the fantastic giveaway! I've coveted these bags since your last review!

    November 15, 2012/Reply
  707. Whitney says:

    I'm over the manicure with the ring fingernail painted a different color.

    November 15, 2012/Reply
  708. Irene says:

    Love the color oxblood. And would love to see the hi-low hem trend go away…I do not understand the look at all.

    November 15, 2012/Reply
  709. kme says:

    Sick of the high-low skirts and dresses. I pretty much loathe them and have a friend who refers to them as “mullet” dresses – which maybe the best term ever.

    November 15, 2012/Reply
  710. Sara says:

    I'm tired of peplum!

    November 15, 2012/Reply
  711. Caro says:

    So sick of peep-toe booties!

    November 15, 2012/Reply
  712. HT says:

    I am so over neon.

    November 15, 2012/Reply
  713. Jessica says:

    I am sick of seeing dresses with exposed zippers.

    November 15, 2012/Reply
  714. Holly says:

    Trend I wish would go away: bedazzled Peter Pan collars.

    November 15, 2012/Reply
  715. Jessica says:

    I absolutely love the oxblood trend this season. I am all about deep colors in the fall, and I love that it is not black!

    November 15, 2012/Reply
  716. Sansanee says:

    So tired of leggings being worn without proper layers. Leggings are not the same as pants!

    November 15, 2012/Reply
  717. JS says:

    Since I first saw them last year, I have been obsessed with navy nails for cold weather. Picked up Butter's Royal Navy a few weeks ago and it's one of my all time favorites.

    November 15, 2012/Reply
  718. Chuck (@AshleyCrowl) says:

    Is glitter a proper trend?
    I think so.
    I can't seem to get enough of it. If done subtly, and done right, I think glittler (a little shine here and there; nails, earrlings, a cami peaking through my blazer, or a full blown glitter/sqequin dress for the holidays) is a trend that can stay.
    At least until I get sick of surrounding myself with glitter 24/7.

    November 15, 2012/Reply
  719. Whitney says:

    Loathing: nail art, crop tops, high-low hemlines, and (not that it's still a trend per se) graphic tees. Loving: jewel tones especially teal and burgundy.

    November 15, 2012/Reply
  720. Charleigh London says:

    Can't stand flip flops. I come from San Diego where the beach is five minutes away, and even San Diegans don't wear flip flops unless specifically partying on the beach. But here in three-hours-from-the-nearest-beach D.C.? They're EVERYwhere. Specifically can't stand seeing men's feet in flip flops at the club, at night. My rules are, flip flops should not be worn past 6pm unless going to the grocery store, or doing one's laundry. The rule extends to women too. Flip flops are defined for women as maybe just being one color, no backing, and no baubles or bows on them. Sandals are acceptable, but again, must be markedly different looking than a flip flop.

    November 15, 2012/Reply
  721. Alex says:

    Tired of/Never understood the mohawk, high-low skirts. They're just not flattering.

    Cannot get enough of equestrian boots – tis the season!

    November 15, 2012/Reply
  722. ktvorwald says:

    Boots with fur. No. Just no.

    November 15, 2012/Reply
  723. Hillary says:

    I was over neon the moment it “came back!”

    November 15, 2012/Reply
  724. Ashley says:

    I am over mullet skirts, especially the ones that have such drastic lengths.

    November 15, 2012/Reply
  725. Sarah says:

    LOVING over-sized cozy sweaters!!!

    November 15, 2012/Reply
  726. Anna says:

    Oooh, I'm tired of high-low skirts and dresses. But I'm in looovvvve with Lo & Sons bags! Especially the OMG in black.

    November 15, 2012/Reply
  727. Sara says:

    Can't get enough of shirtwaist dresses! I think they're flattering on most figures (if they fit right), are feminine but not girly, and can be incredibly versatile. They're also really comfortable.

    November 15, 2012/Reply
  728. Katie says:

    I can't get enough of the colored jeans trend!

    November 15, 2012/Reply
  729. m says:

    I'm over the neon trend. Honestly, I don't think it was ever a good idea!

    November 16, 2012/Reply
  730. Sweetpea says:

    Dislike: Distressed Jean. The style is very tacky to me and it baffles my mind why people would intentionally WANT holes in their clothes.

    November 16, 2012/Reply
  731. Britt says:

    Shorts with tights. Can't stand it anymore!

    November 16, 2012/Reply
  732. mb says:

    I can't get enough of leopard print!!

    November 16, 2012/Reply
  733. ecdoc says:

    if i see another pair of dropped-crotch pants…

    November 16, 2012/Reply
  734. Heather @ passthedressing says:

    Um I love the one finger-different polish trend. Sorry!

    I hate the visible thigh high trend. Leave it in the 90s and wherever else it came from.

    November 16, 2012/Reply
  735. Beth says:

    I love everything oxblood this year!

    November 16, 2012/Reply
  736. Tina C. says:

    LOVE: Leopard print
    HATE: Cut out dresses…YUCK!

    November 16, 2012/Reply
  737. Carolyn L. says:

    I can't get enough of fall colors! Mustard yellow and burgundy (or oxblood as it is referred to this season…) are my favorites.

    November 16, 2012/Reply
  738. Heidi says:

    Love the layered necklaces trend!

    November 16, 2012/Reply
  739. Jae_Jae says:

    Love the O.G. bag! No longer loving the leggings + tees trend.

    November 16, 2012/Reply
  740. Courtney says:

    I've been obsessing over this bag forever!! I love the OG in PLUM! Done and done.

    November 16, 2012/Reply
  741. Amy says:

    Sick of: leggings as pants. LEGGINGS ARE NOT PANTS!

    November 16, 2012/Reply
  742. Megan A says:

    I can't get enough leather this season!

    November 16, 2012/Reply
  743. Sarah K. says:

    I'm loving chambray shirts. They are so versatile!

    November 16, 2012/Reply
  744. Lexi says:

    Ugg Boots… I'm in college and girls wear them with nike tempo shorts. It is awful. They need to go away!

    November 16, 2012/Reply
  745. Lianne says:

    I am so tired of Longchamp Le Pliage bags (and digging through the abyss to find anything). That's why this giveaway is PERFECT!

    November 16, 2012/Reply
  746. Jennifer says:

    I love the chambray shirt trend.

    November 16, 2012/Reply
  747. marissac says:

    I am still loving all of the oxblood/burgundy/wine that has been shown this fall/winter. On the flip side, I'm definitely over neon and high/low hem skirts and dresses.

    Thanks for another great giveaway, Belle!

    November 16, 2012/Reply
  748. Christine says:

    OMG in plum

    November 16, 2012/Reply
  749. min says:

    i hate shorts in the winter trend. isn't it too cold for shorts?

    November 16, 2012/Reply
  750. Laura says:

    I'm so over high-low skirts and dresses! I just don't get it.

    November 17, 2012/Reply
  751. Emily says:

    I am tired if split sleeves on dresses and tops.

    November 17, 2012/Reply
  752. Charlie says:

    I'd like to win this bag for my girlfriend. This is her favorite blog and this seems to be her kind of bag. Oh, and for the trend, I along with the majority of guys are ready for uggs to end. Just because Tom Brady endorses them doesn't make em cool

    November 17, 2012/Reply
  753. Celeste says:

    Totally over neons! (never really into it, actually).

    November 17, 2012/Reply
  754. Kristy says:

    I love the scarf trend. All kinds, all year round, perfect practical and stylish accessory.

    November 17, 2012/Reply
  755. KC says:

    Why leggings as pants became a trend, I'll never know. Hoping it will run its course soon enough.

    November 18, 2012/Reply
  756. Jessica says:

    I'm a bit over Chevron as well… Too much!! Fingers crossed for the OMG bag!!

    November 18, 2012/Reply
  757. BizBee says:

    Totally sick of peplum. It looks great on some people but makes me look like a cupcake.

    November 18, 2012/Reply
  758. Cait says:

    I hate exposed zippers. I have always hated expose zippers. I still hate exposed zippers. They look so cheap and poorly constructed!. UGH.

    Oh the other hand, I love that everyone is finally with me on polka dots. They are the greatest.

    November 18, 2012/Reply
  759. niki says:

    I am so sick of the “high low” / mullet dresses, but I am loving the “oxblood” burgundy color thats popular right now- beautiful!

    November 18, 2012/Reply
  760. Jade says:

    Can't get enough of: scarves! They go with almost anything and can be worn year round.

    November 18, 2012/Reply
  761. B says:

    I am so sick of skirts with uggs. YUCK.

    November 19, 2012/Reply
  762. Brittany says:

    I love patterned tights with skirts.

    November 19, 2012/Reply
  763. Angie says:

    Trend I love – anything ethnic print!

    November 19, 2012/Reply
  764. ColleenMarie says:

    I'm loving the leather and lace combination, a little bit of bad ass with a little bit of sweet and sophisticated!

    November 19, 2012/Reply
  765. Grace says:

    I love the trend of structured/classic handbags. Wearing one makes me feel so much more put together and getting a classic shape makes it an investment piece that will last.

    Trends I'm ready to say goodbye to: wedge sneakers.

    November 19, 2012/Reply
  766. aarosen says:

    Will never get enough of vests of any kind– fur, fleece, puffy are all wonderful

    November 19, 2012/Reply
  767. Anne says:

    really into: wearing multiple, colorful bracelets with my watch. also polka dots.

    November 19, 2012/Reply
  768. Jacquelyn says:

    So tired of my Longchamp bag that I've been carrying since college. It's time to find a worthy replacement!

    November 19, 2012/Reply
  769. LCP says:

    Tired: Sock buns, mullet dresses & the bubble necklace!

    November 19, 2012/Reply
  770. Shelley says:

    I've noticed a lot of women wearing flats in DC lately.and I think it's Belle's fault! I like wearing flats, but I think it's getting a little out of control. : )

    November 19, 2012/Reply
  771. jWm says:

    SO not cool with kitten heels! Flats or heels, both are cool in my book. But make up your mind!

    November 19, 2012/Reply
  772. Brm says:

    I love the oxblood trend! I can't get enough of that beautiful color.

    November 19, 2012/Reply
  773. jlo87 says:

    So tired of TOMS–do not understand the appeal of the shoe in terms of structure / appearance.

    November 19, 2012/Reply
  774. Lady Harriet says:

    I am so tired of these quasi-Flashdance giant droopy tops I keep seeing. They're unflattering even on gorgeous women.

    November 19, 2012/Reply
  775. Stacey D says:

    The hipster look. It makes me stabby when I see an otherwise lovely young woman dressing like an extra on the set of “Girls”

    November 19, 2012/Reply
  776. Elizabeth says:

    Can't get enough animal print… in a tasteful manner, of course!

    November 19, 2012/Reply
  777. Christie says:

    I'm tired of nail art. Give me a lovely nude polish any day of the week.

    November 19, 2012/Reply
  778. ww says:

    Sick of high-low dresses!

    November 19, 2012/Reply
  779. Alex says:

    I'm completely obsessed with the peplum trend. I need more of it in my life constantly πŸ™‚

    November 19, 2012/Reply
  780. Ambriss R. says:

    I really like Chevron & Ikat print when done correctly.

    November 19, 2012/Reply
  781. Logan says:

    Still in love with color blocking. I'm so sick of tights being worn as pants!

    November 19, 2012/Reply
  782. the gelt says:

    i am VERY over skinny jeans. i know that they'll never die, but can we get some variation in denim, please?

    black is forever, though – hence coveting a black o.g. bag.

    November 19, 2012/Reply
  783. Belle says:

    THANK YOU FOR ALL THE ENTRIES, THE COMMENTS ON THIS POST ARE NOW CLOSED.

    November 20, 2012/Reply
  784. anth says:

    Leggings as pants with ugg boots or ugg slippers worn in public.

    November 20, 2012/Reply
  785. Laura says:

    So over leggings, open toed booties Yuck!, Foulard print shirts I don't get them:)

    November 20, 2012/Reply
  786. Morgan says:

    So over high-low dresses and ombre hair. Pinterest is keeping them alive and it's not cute.

    November 29, 2012/Reply