Dear Charlotte Fisher,

Hello Haters!

Today is the first time when we are going to dedicate whole blog post for ONE blogger. Is she so horrible you ask? No not really, not the worst out there for sure. However, she is the only one which drew our attention by blocking us on Twitter! (By the way if you’re not following us on Twitter yet, you’re missing out! https://twitter.com/TheRudeMinds)

Therefore, today we are talking about Charlotte Fisher, Things I do, think and buy owner. This very ‘fluffy and pink’ (as she describes herself) girl has especially inspired us with her last post. Charlotte says that her style is ‘hardly anything racy or suggestive’ and that people’s judgmental looks are based completely on their small-mindedness. We would never dare to judge anyone for being brave or adventurous with their style choices but dear Charlotte, your skirts are very short, crop tops very cropped and the great amounts of fluff you put on makes overall result look more cheap and suggestive than cute.

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This seems to be Charlotte’s statement look, where she claims there isn’t too much skin showed because the coat is covering it. Alright, we won’t comment on that! However, we must comment on the fluffy bags, which she pairs with other fluffy stuff. It’s alright to own one piece with such a strong statement but having the same statement piece in 3 different colours when really the same one would suit every single outfit, seems to be a bit over the top. Frankly speaking, it looks tacky.

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Fluffy skirt, fluffy shoes and even a fluffy dress with a fluffy coat on top! It doesn’t seem like this girl has a single look without at least one fluffy item! And while it could be considered her way to be different from the crowd, she mustn’t forget that she is not a bunny! (Although with this skirts length the only bunny she could be is the PlayBoy bunny.)

Going back to Charlotte’s last blog post, she states that her outfit is appropriate and stylish because she has got over 1000 likes on Instagram! Why waste your money on Vogue when it seems all you need is Instagram? Dear Charlotte Fisher, too much fluff doesn’t make you cute. Too much attitude doesn’t make you stylish. Too much of anything simply makes you tacky!

P.S. We don’t think we’ve ever used the word fluffy so many times before. Sorry about that.

Best wishes,

The Rude Minds

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Dear Charlotte Fisher,

Flare Pants

What’s up, haters?

Today we are back with a new trend to criticise. Actually, the trend itself is not so new – it was introduced in 1970s and was worn pretty much all the time until skinny jeans were brought into the fashion world. And guess what – it’s back again!

Little disasters, which we talked about in the previous post, at least can gradually fade away from bloggers minds but flared pants seem to have been stuck in the same place for more than 40 years.

Let’s embarrass Rachel Bilson for a second, whose current style we actually quiet like, in order to prove our point.

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This is her look for MTV’s TRL in 2004. Really, there was no need to show you this terrible outfit because we are sure that every single one of you had that moment in your life (childhood, teenage years or adulthood) when flare jeans were your everyday jeans. Scary memory, isn’t? Thank God, skinny jeans found their way to our closets, most girls would say. But not these bloggers.

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Andy Torres, for example, is really into the flare jeans. Obviously, they are more ’70s style than the later variations. However, it doesn’t change the fact that these jeans distort natural woman’s figure. Many fashionistas claim that this shape flatters the legs because it makes them seem longer. But we would argue that it does so in a weird cartoonish way. Well, at least, Andy has naturally long legs, and so her shoes peak at the bottom of jeans.

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Jacqueline Rose, says it herself, her legs aren’t long enough for the pants and so she has to wear high heels. The obvious issue here is that the shoes, which are a REALLY important part of any outfit, simply disappear in this kind of pants. You might see this as an opportunity to wear your not so pretty pair of shoes but don’t jump to conclusions. You see, you will most likely have to buy new high heels to fit your pants because the heel has to be precisely the right height (unless you wish to wear ankle length flare pants).

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Sandra Hagelstam is a third example of this old/new trend. Honestly, we believe that this trend needs another 10 years in order to be fresh and adapted to  the new fashion era. Most other trends, which came from the past, such as crop tops, haven’t been taken directly but somehow modified and adapted to ‘newer’ fashion. All in all, flare pants still look very old fashioned despite bloggers’ attempts to revive them over and over again.

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Mini bags

Hi haters,

This glorious day, we, are posting our first blog post, full of fair criticism and just a tiny bit of cynicism. Hope you’ll enjoy it!

The topic was inspired by one of ours Christmas present, which was a mini bag from an expensive brand. Mini bags seem to be the new trend, mainly introduced by famous  fashion bloggers but widely adapted by the masses. Our question here is – is it a trend or simply a way to have a fancy bag for a price of a wallet? Let’s be straight forward, this ain’t a clutch (and even those are bigger!), it’s definitely a bag but the kind which you can’t fit your wallet in. It’s the kind of bag which requires you to carry another, bigger bag.

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These are the examples of some bloggers, who decided that this trend must go viral. A blogger Gala Gonzalez, who has more than 30 000 followers, seems to have seriously fallen for these tiny disasters. She has plenty of looks on her blog, featuring different colours, styles and brands. Moreover, she also decided to use a an iPhone case as a bag! Who carries your money, Gala?

Stay unfashionable,

The Rude Minds

 

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