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Americans Teaching Fashion : 5 Worst Outfits Seen at Walmart

Updated on November 18, 2013
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As a French girl, and as a girl in general, I will never stop being amazed by the amount of Americans deprived of any fashion sense. My favorite place to see America giving us a lesson in fashion? Walmart, of course! The website peopleofwalmart.com sensed it : Walmart is the place to be if you want to see the best of the worst of fashion. Here are 5 of their most dreadful outfits as seen in stores all over the United States.

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Number 1 : A crack in the system

Why did Walmart become a no-fashion zone, or as I like to call it, a fashion vortex? Walmart is the crack in the system, and we see a lot of those there...

Number 2 : No shirt / no pants

Is there a law I'm not aware of? Apparently at Walmart, the obligatory shirt/pants are not the rule, and the only thing you risk if you forget one of those is to find your picture all over the internet.

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Number 3 : No such thing as modesty

Being fat and having cellulite apparently is considered normal in the parallel universe that is Walmart. Americans seem to have a different opinion on being sexy : is showing everything the rule to be attractive?

Number 4 : Just hanging out

We get it, you're fat. No need to show everything. It's nice to see people embracing their looks and being proud of their bodies, but I'm not sure showing off your fat is the best way to show confidence.

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Number 5 : This one I can't explain

This is fashion agonizing in the trash. Literally. Well I know Americans dress for comfort and tend to be burried under large, shapeless shirts and pants, but this is too much. Is that the new vision of fashion? I hope not.

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Here it is : American fashion. A mix of tacky, cheap clothes and stereotypes about being feminine and sexy. Americans show everything, even the worst parts. Are they right to be son confident? Or are Europeans wrong to be so self-conscious?

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    • teaches12345 profile image

      Dianna Mendez 

      4 years ago

      I have seen some pretty unusual outfits late nights at Walmart. Always an interesting shopping experience.

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      Christy Birmingham 

      4 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

      There certainly are so interesting shoppers here!

    • AliceFournier profile imageAUTHOR

      Alice Fournier 

      4 years ago from Amsterdam

      Thanks guys! Americans are entertaining...

    • JG11Bravo profile image

      JG11Bravo 

      4 years ago

      Okay, I laughed pretty hard at this one, partially because I saw some nearly identical outfits during my time working at Walmart.

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      Dil Vil 

      4 years ago from India

      Funny pics :) Good hub...

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