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Top 10 Weird Fashion Trends around the World

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No one has got the authority to affront anyone's fashion trends; in fact fashion trends are decided according to the thinking, likes and dislikes of the people of that particular place or community. Conversely, people need to admit that tattooing eyes, wearing Hitler printed t shirts; trend of facekinies should be measured as an eerie trend. Fashion Designers and artists try to bring something unique and different; they expect common people to follow those trends. But sometimes the craze of those designs is not that much effective, rather people find them funny and strange. Here is a list of such top 10 weirdest fashion trends in the world, such strange styles are listed in the article.

#10. Hitler Chic-Thailand

Earlier this year, the city of Bangkok has been invaded by Hitler. If you're wondering why you haven't heard anything about that, it's because this invasion has been into the world of fashion. Nowadays, Bangkok is said to be experiencing a veritable Hitler-mania, with the image of the infamous German leader appearing in cartoon form, on T-shirts, sweatshirts, posters, you name it. Ronald McDonald? Yes, Bangkok has a Hitler version of him in as well, together with Hitlerized pandas and even the Teletubbies. Foreign correspondents explain that this modern trend can mostly be chalked up to ignorance rather than underlying fascist tendencies of the young people of Thailand, no different than the treasure trove of ethnic and homophobic slurs that is a typical internet message board here in the West. It appears that no matter where you go, kids are just always going to be stupid, and while we're on the topic.

#10. Hitler Chic-Thailand

#9. South African Metal heads, Botswana

From: Botswana At the risk of generalizing, heavy metal has usually had problems with attracting audience members of African descent. Lately though, classic, old-school metal fashion—of the leather and chains variety—has dominated the counter-culture movement in the Southern African nation of Botswana. Walking down the street in big cities and small villages, the Botswanian metal heads, clad in an entire cow's worth of black leather, create a peculiar sight in the country known primarily for its wildlife parks. To them—as the Southern African metal warriors explain—metal music and the culture surrounding it is all about power, strength and freedom, which means that they thankfully haven't discovered Korn yet. It's also why many of them give themselves nicknames like Demon or Gun smoke well, THAT and no one ever having the guts to call them out on it.

9. Southern African Metalheads

#8. Meggings, All over the world

Trends for male in Fashion World are not much less than woman, an example for this is the "meggings"- male correspondent to leggings which is highly in trend into the lanes of Tokyo, Paris, London and New York. Initially the introduction of leggings in female fashion world was a hot button topic, and now this trend is extended for the males too. Printed meggings are very popular among the dancers, choreographers, fashion designers and many more such cool professionals. According to Lindsay Lohan leggings are versatile, awesome and leopard printed leggings are amazing and so are the meggings for men.

8. Meggings, All over the world

#7. Elf Boot, Mexico

It is a part of the Elven Outfit. These boots are long, pointy and sort of asinine looking, and were in trend in Mexico. Because of this the cowboy boots with stretched tips again came in fashion among the young generation of southern Mexico. It is kind of a trend when the male dress up to get interest of females, but at the end becomes a reason to laugh at. It is really a bombshell trend, then also can be seen in the feet of TV actors, stage showers etc.

#7. Elf Boot, Mexico

#6. Gothic Lolitas, Japan

Not to be confused with the Western meaning of the term, the Japanese "Lolita" is an extremely broad fashion subculture that emphasizes cute and stylish Victorian-era clothes. It's "Gothic" sub-style, probably the most famous of the group, is in turn all about darker, gothic aesthetics which in the hands of misinformed Japanese teens basically boils down to "faux-vampire fashion as understood by a 15-year-old." Also: "umbrellas." As in, every other picture of a Gothic Lolita on GIS shows them holding an umbrella because without one they would all apparently look silly.

#6. Gothic Lolitas, Japan

#5. Eye Jewelry, Netherlands

You know what body part often gets overlooked in the world of fashion? The eyes. Sure, you can paint around them or change their color with contact lenses, etc., but how often do you see some actual, serious fashion being done on the eye itself? Almost never, because that is a terrible, terrible idea. Well, the Dutch seem to disagree. A new technique that allows small studs made from precious metals to be inserted into the eye was developed more than 8 years ago in Rotterdam, giving teenage girls everywhere an alternative to dating black guys to anger their parents. The Dutch claim that the procedure is perfectly harmless, while eye specialists argue that it is insane; also: potentially dangerous. But, come on, what is a little eye bleeding or risk of impaired vision when you get to wear a tiny, near-invisible heart or half moon in your peeper? Don't answer that. But while we're on the topic of eye-related horrible ideas.

#5. Eye Jewelry, Netherlands

#4. Facekini, China

Sometimes new trends in the Fashion world arise due to the needs of the people, an example for this is the introduction of "Facekini". A simple way to keep away from the harmful rays of Sun is to avoid going out, or to put on a good quality sunscreen. But the residents of China found a new way to protect themselves by wearing face-kini, according to name it is a shielding head mask wore by the beach-goers.

#4. Facekini, China

#3. Manba, Japan

Japan keeps coming in light, while talking about some peculiar fashion trends. Another example of unusual trends is the Manba. It is a craze very common among the young girls of Japan, who normally date men who are style crazy. Manba is a little varied form of the very famous Ganguro culture which basically accentuates strong makeup and dark complexion. Girls following the Manba trend normally coat their complete face with deep and dark brown, with two circular marks of white color around their eyes and silver light colored hair along with wishy-washy makeup and dazzling attire.

#3. Manba, Japan

#2. Eye Tattoos, Canada

Being an intense practice, people go for eye tattooing for enhancing their aesthetic appearance and the improvement of vision. In this the white part that is cornea of the eye is tattooed. It is medically prescribed method for the persons with scratch marked eye tissues. There are various methods of tattooing of eye, also various options for the success and medical safety of the procedure exists. Tattooing of eye is practice from approximately thousands of years and is now again in trend in Canada. In this process the dye/ink in inserted in the white portion that is Cornea of the eye using some syringes and injections and designs are made.

2. Eye Tattoos Canada

#1.Bagel Heads, Japan

Getting injected a saline into the forehead to get a bagel/doughnut type shape on forehead is not an easy task. Being such a painful job to get such shapes, people of Japan promoted the trend called as "Bagel head". It is a kind of Body modification technique initiated in Canada and highly encouraged by the Japan's Fashion World. The process is basically a swelling distortion caused by the saline drip. Media channels ambiguously asserted it as "Japan trend". People here get this done on their forehead during special occasions like subversive fetish gatherings. For this, the person's forehead is to be injected by a medical 300-400cc saline for about duration of 2 hours, and to change the designs the swelled part is sometimes given a down turn at the center.

#1.Bagel Heads, Japan

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