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The light of The Teen Choice Awards impending, it’s almost irresistible not to think about the previous looks that influenced pre-teen wardrobes all across the nation. The most obsolete Teen Choice Awards outfits are worth taking a look at if for no other motive than to see how far some teens have come in terms of style, fashion and trend. The award show was every teen’s heat up for the more alluring red carpet events, after all.
A blend between the Nickelodeon’s Kids Choice Awards and the MTV VMAs, the awards are dedicated to the year’s biggest movies, music, television, and fashion, all selected on by teens. Whereas these teens soon-to-be adults might have a great grip on their choices and collections of preferred and their much loved movie or TV show of the spell, the celebs walking the red carpet are still trying to shape their greatest sense of style.
Many of our most wanted celebrities today going out on this very red carpet and their attires from the past illustrate just how far they’ve grow. If only they could go back in past and give themselves a piece of stylish suggestion, from long-lost accessories to clothing combinations that will make you scuff your head in puzzlement, these out dated attire are proof that not every star started off classy. All great style repeats itself, but these are nine outfits that surely won’t walk the red carpet over again.
Hayden Panettiere’s Sparkly Top – 2005
With her long, shiny top and hang down earrings matching with jeans and an inelegantly pointed shoe, I can pretty much guarantee that this outdated look will never walk to runway again.
Chris Pratt’s Hat – 2004
He may look cool now, but back in the day he was rocking a polo and newsboy cap down the red carpet.
Miley’s Cyrus’s Polka Dots – 2006
Her color choice and cut of her top makes this look superb outdated.
Britney Spears’s Tied Top – 2002
I’m eager to bet that we’ll never see the tied-top look that Spears perfected in her Baby One More Time video again.
JoJo’s Sneakers – 2004
Pretty meets punk in her intense and bold look, but those shoes will possibly never be stylish again
Nick & Aaron Carter’s Uh… Everything – 2001
Not any of this will work again. Actually, I’m not even entirely sure that it worked at the time.
Sandra Bullock’s Belt – 2006
The mixture of the jumbo belt and weird white on white, off-shoulder shirt puts this fashion in the past.
Jessica Alba’s Jeans – 2003
It’s tough to imagine that these extra-large jeans led the way to Alba becoming a well-respected CEO.
Emma Robert’s Flip Flops – 2005
Yes, those are cute pink flip flops with bows and fake diamonds on them. Please take a nearer look.
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