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31 Glorious Trends That Tragically Didn't Make A Comeback In 2015

So. Much. Satin.

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The world saw its fair share of celeb fashion moments in 2015. Taylor Swift and her #squad jumped at every available opportunity to show off the fact that they ~never go out of style~...

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And we were blessed with some truly iconic looks.

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But although we were gifted with a year of beautiful gowns and sharp tuxedos, there are a few trends that tragically did not make the transition into 2015.

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1. Sequined waistcoats and three-quarter-length jeans made zero appearances on red carpets in 2015.

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2. Our movie stars no longer show up at world premieres wearing jeans and baring what seems to be their entire torso.

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3. Our girl bands just don't rock pastel satin minidresses and matching orange tans like they used to.

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4. Or dresses that could cause a serious wardrobe malfunction with just the slightest movement in the wrong direction.

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5. Speaking of girl bands: Beyoncé and her mates sadly did not feel the need to reappropriate your grandma's curtains as dresses at this year's Grammys.

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6. Back in 2004, our hottest crushes just weren't the same without their signature beaded necklaces and open-collared shirts...

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7. Now they just wear skinny jeans and tailored button-up shirts, which is nothing compared to the baggy jeans and zip-up hoodies of the '00s.

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8. And I don't know about you, but if Idris Elba doesn't revisit this incredible look in 2016, I'm quitting everything.

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9. Miley Cyrus wore some pretty out-there stuff in 2015, but nothing came close to this striped, satin, mermaid-cut dress, tbh.

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10. Style icons no longer show up to events celebrating the fashion industry wearing what is probably an actual vintage prom dress from the '80s.

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11. You definitely wouldn't see Kim Kardashian wearing brown leggings, a matching metallic bag, and gradient sunglasses on the red carpet in 2015.

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12. And she and her sisters would no longer pose like this on the red carpet for a fashion show.

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13. Nicole Richie is a fashion designer now, and she doesn't wear tweed berets and colourful hair extensions that match her top, and that is sad.

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14. Taylor Swift doesn't wear satin ballgowns to awards ceremonies any more. She wears clean-cut designer jumpsuits instead. Which, like, fine, I guess.

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15. You'd be lying if you said you didn't think of 2006 Taylor's elbow-length gloves with a deep sigh and a nostalgic twinkle in your eye.

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16. Back in the early '00s, Avril Lavigne and her decorative ties were the height of rebellious, sk8er girl fashion.

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17. Have you seen anything cooler than this in the last decade? Let me answer for you: No. No, you haven't.

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18. Quite frankly, we did not see enough babydoll dresses in 2015.

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19. You know what else we didn't see enough of in 2015? Patterns. Just loads of patterns. At the same time. Together.

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20. Back in 2001, Beyoncé knew that patterns were the way forward. Especially matching your patterns with your bandmates.

RIP Destiny's Child. 😢
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RIP Destiny's Child. 😢

21. In fact, the early '00s were an amazing time for matching outfits. In 2003, Will and Jada Smith knew that wearing coordinating leather goods was ~the~ way to secure your status as Hollywood royalty.

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22. In fact, most couples have upsettingly stepped away from coordinating their clothes in recent years.

Tragic.
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Tragic.

23. We just didn't see enough famous sisters in matching outfits this year and, to be honest, that is a crying shame.

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24. Why don't celebs wear velour tracksuits to red carpet events any more? WHY?

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25. We didn't see nearly enough exclusively denim outfits this year.

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26. Seriously: We should all know by now that wearing outfits made entirely of denim never fails to be an iconic, career-defining move.

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27. But forget about the denim. Because there's one incredibly important trend that, tragically, did not grace our red carpets in 2015.

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28. Our star-studded events this year were seriously lacking in satin.

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29. And that is a travesty.

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30. So shiny. So eye-catching. So glorious.

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31. RIP, satin trend of the mid-'00s. You are sorely missed.

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