The past 25 years of the Much Music Video Awards have lead to some pretty iconic fashion moments. But sadly not everyone can rule the red carpet. There were many fashion faux pas and trends that we’d like to leave in the past. Thankfully these MMVA fashion trends did not stand the test of time. Be warned some of these images may shock you. The early 2000s were a hard time for fashion.
Avril Lavigne’s tie may have made her famous, but it’s best that we leave it in 2002.
Pierre Bouvier of Simple Plan is rocking platinum blond hair and shin length baggy shorts. 2003 was a tough time.
Lindsay Lohan was channeling her Mean Girls counterpart in 2003 with her pink shirt and Louis Vuitton purse. But I don’t think Regina George would approve of that hat.
2004 was the height of punk rock fashion as seen through Fefe Dobson’s choppy hair, plaid shirt and lace gloves.
There’s a lot going on with In Essence’s 2004 red carpet outfit.
Fefe Dobson kept her punk look in 2005, this year looking like a rocker Cruella De Ville.
Shawn Desman’s neon green jacket is a lot to handle.
In 2005 the Black Eyed Peas wore these outfits. Thank goodness baggy pinstriped suits died.
Ciara sums up 2005 fashion perfectly. Boot cut jeans, chunky bracelets, and a graphic tank top that shows off your midriff.
Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott were rocking white on white and a colourful printed dress in 2006
Avril Lavigne continued her punk style in 2007 this time opting for some heavy dark eye make up
In 2010 Ke$ha needed help walking the red carpet with a walking stick decorated with feathers.
In 2012 Perez Hilton’s “big hair, don’t care” attitude didn’t really work.
In 2013 Avril Lavigne tried to make this spikey headband work, but it was more weapon than fashion accessory.