3. Anything logo-mania
We’re going to let you in on a little secret: In 2016 — or anytime, really — nobody cares if your sweatshirt is from Gap or Gucci. So why sport a garment with the brand’s name plastered right across the chest? In the early aughts, logo-adorned pieces were all the rage, but now? They’re just obnoxious. Now you may be wondering what the difference is between graphic T-Shirts and logo-ed apparel, so allow us to give you a quick lesson: Graphic tees can be awkward, but pieces adorned with flashy brand names tend to be materialistic and read as if you are bragging about shelling out hundreds of dollars for an Hermès belt. And since we doubt you want to be labeled an arrogant snob, toss out those logo-ed pieces (especially that Ed Hardy hat from 2004) and opt for logo-free pieces instead. If you’re looking to pick up some extra cash, try selling these at a consignment store.