Acid-washed denim makes a comeback every decade or so, so it’s understandable that people try to make it work. It’s not a bad look in and of itself; it’s just pretty outdated and has been brought out of retirement one too many times.
Really, the only time wearing acid-washed denim works nowadays is for an 80s-themed throwback party. Aside from that, they make you look like you’re clinging onto trends of yesteryear.
The etiquette for wearing alligator or crocodile belts is as follows: They must be huge; they must simply droop along the waist — don't even worry about them cinching anything in — and they must not, under any circumstances, match the rest of your outfit.
Given that they are generally unflattering, these belts aren't going to make you look any younger. If you're really set on wearing them, give some thought to balancing the outfit with more muted pieces.
Low-rise jeans were all the rage in the 90s and early 2000s, and that's ideally where they should stay. They aren't very flattering on most body types, and they also make you look like you're cosplaying as Paris Hilton from 2002.
It's just an old trend that will only make you look older — not to mention that many tops are cropped nowadays, so an extra-short top paired with extra-low jeans leaves a lot on display.
We have no idea why this is a thing. Big names like Doja Cat and Kendall Jenner have exhibited this look, and the result is that they look double their ages.
If that's going to be the case for Kendall Jenner, one of the world's highest-paid supermodels, we aren't holding out much hope for regular folk. Eyebrow trends come and go, and this one is a pretty extreme investment for not a lot of payoff.
Too Much Filler
The irony of this one is that people usually get filler to look plumper and younger. In reality, it's a very thin and shaky line between filler achieving a youthful look, and having the reverse effect and aging you.
The reason for this is that filler, when overdone, distorts your features too much and makes you look unnatural. Given that youthful beauty is centered around proportions and symmetry, overdoing it on the filler defeats this purpose.