All fashion trends fall under three categories. There's the (1) anyone-can-pull-it-off trend: think jewel tones or leopard pumps. (2) the some-people-can-pull-it-off trend: bangs and skinny jeans. Then there's (3) the ever illusive well-it's-kinda-kooky-but-maybe-I-can-pull-it-off trend. The truth is, no you can't. These trends are so out there that they only make sense on the fictional Carrie Bradshaw or the mousy Mary-Kate Olsen. Exhibit A: the turban.
One can assume that this has only even become a trend because Carrie
donned one in Sex and the City 2 earlier this year. Fast-forward a
season or two and we're seeing people like Salma Hayek wearing one. Memo
to the actress of Frida-fame: No, not even the silliness of that turban
on your head will keep our eyes off your rack. So please, do us all a
favor and remove it from your closet.
It worked for Carrie because she was in the Middle East. It worked for
Mary-Kate because let's face it, the girl always looks like a bag lady
so what difference does it make if the rag is on her head or around her
waist? Why doesn't it work for the average girl (or even A-list
actress)? It looks like a costume straight out of Aladdin. With this
year's outbreak of harem pants, we think one genie-in-a-bottle look is