Unless you’re a farmer, carpenter or are attending a Halloween party there should be no reason these are in anyone’s closet. The last time these were popular they were available in a huge array of colors, styled as pants, shorts or a dress and were pretty popular when paired with a tube top. Thankfully they seem to have grown up a little and are now tailored to be slimmer and sleeker, but with the jumpsuit trend gaining in popularity it can be a fine line between the two when it comes to luxe leathers or printed fabrics. Let’s just say anything in jean or that latches over the top is a no-go. To find an updated version on a '90s-girl favorite, try Rag & Bone's leather-trimmed crepe jumpsuit available at Net-A-Porter and priced at $595.
For some reason this trend just will.not.die. If you are old enough to remember this style from the first time around, you’ll likely understand why we’re not fans. Granted they have gotten sleeker and more contemporary than their bulky, neon ancestors, but the idea is the same. Unless you’re going hiking (use a backpack), or spending a day at Disneyland with the kids (use a crossbody), there’s no real reason to own one of these atrocities. But if the style is simply you, and you’re in the market for one of these awkward waist pouches, at the very least make sure it’s luxe like Chanel's sporty mesh fanny pack available at Shopbop and priced at $1,650.