All Sorts of Fail

March 1, 2010

Color AND texture clash, with pieces that are stand-alone ugly.  That’s almost an accomplishment.



January 25, 2010

I’m not sure why, but that is the first word that pops into my head every time I see this.

I want to say dress your age, but frankly, I can’t think of any age that could make this fit okay.  It looks like a reanimated llama is attacking her shoulders.

Why StopNReflect Exists

January 19, 2010

Yep.  The fact that anyone would EVER walk out the house looking like this just reaffirms this site’s existence.  Its almost impressive when every single piece of an “outfit” is awful in and of itself, and yet the combination is even worse.

Stop the Shorts

September 8, 2009


I agree with his shirt, unless it is referring to the war against ugly purple and pink plaid flowered shorts.  That shit needs to be won.

Count Doucheula

August 19, 2009


Count Chocula’s spoiled preppy middle-aged nephew apparently prefers Starbucks to chocolate.

It takes talent

August 17, 2009


It never ceases to amaze me how some people can make something already unbelievably ugly (here, the pants), and manage to make it even worse (here, the cuffs).

Days in Grey Satin

August 7, 2009


No, sir.  You CANNOT snap a bowler on top of your silky PJs and make it a snazzy fit. 

Thanks again to AJ Plaid, aka The Cruel Secretary and Sparkle for the guest pics capturing the hot mess that is Coney Island “fashion.”


I really can’t tell, but I think with all our powers combined, we’ll be able to figure it out…

And I STRONGLY encourage creative responses – we are not going for accuracy here people 😉

Thanks to Calves Mahoney for this snapping this douchetastic hot mess from the West Coast.  And thanks to jisliteskinded for helping me crop it when my draft didn’t save from home!  Love you guys 🙂


July 20, 2009


If you are going to wear lingerie outside and pretend it is a shirt, the least you can do is make sure it doesn’t look like you got it from the clearance rack at Wal-Mart.

Fit to be Dyed

July 15, 2009


Alright lady, if you can spend $55 on some “FitFlops”, you can afford to do something about that hair.  Skunk stripes are always a bad idea, but even more so when they are unintentionally springing from your head.

I don’t even have the energy to comment on the navy blazer and sheer leggings now.  SMH.