• Bye-bye, stilettos! With so many great flat shoe styles to choose from this season, the editors at Glamour are ditching their painful sky-high heels in favor of platform sneakers, sleek slides, and pointed-toe flats.

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  • Yes, it's summer—so it makes sense that everyone is indulging in the music festival–perfect styles of the season. The fashion editors at the Huffington Post Canada, however, are clearly over the cliché trends. In this story, they plead with their readers to remove flower crowns and cutoff shorts from their wardrobes.

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  • With so many new denim trends on the scene, it makes sense that Glamour's editors are trading in their old low-rise and printed jeans for fresh versions with high waists, cropped cuts, and authentic washes. While their call for the end of boyfriend jeans may come as a shock, don't feel the need to throw yours out—according to the editors, styles with wider legs and higher rises are still a go.

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  • Who What Wear took an in-depth survey of the summer trends that editors can't stand. Overalls, sky-high heels, and ruffles ranked high on the resulting list of don'ts.

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  • There are plenty of 2015 trends that are still lingering but need to die as soon as possible. According to the editors at Cosmo, the summer-ready naked dress is one of them. While the supposedly sexy style once seemed fresh and new, it now feels gimmicky.

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  • ICYMI: Kyle Jenner is currently trying to revive one of the most hated trends of the 2000s: the Von Dutch trucker hat. Unsurprisingly, editors are not having it. According to Racked, like many of the styles that are coming back, the Von Dutch trend represents the "steaming trash pile that was early 2000s pop culture."  Here's hoping this trend dies before it starts.

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