Are YOU guilty of these summertime faux pas? The nation’s top fashion and beauty fails
When Britain sees the faintest glimmer of sunshine, many people lose their cool, and almost anything goes from weird and awkward tans to people showing too much flesh.
While neither of these are crimes, in the social world, they’re deemed unacceptable.
Britain’s top summer fashion and beauty faux pax have no been revealed, as drinks brand Oasis - known for its humorous outlook on modern life - took to the streets to find out from men and women what their biggest bugbears were
In the fashion stakes, 8.8 per cent of people surveyed said they hate seeing women wearing crop tops, while 9.8 per cent said people wearing inappropriate office attire annoyed them, and 10.9 per cent said it was frustrating not knowing when to ditch the tights or brave bare legs.
Micro denim shorts were also not a favourite, with 14.1 per cent of people asked voicing their distaste, and 15.9 per cent said they hated seeing people wearing black tights in the hot weather.
People wearing rubber clogs was high on the list, with 21 per cent of people saying this was their top summer fashion fail, 22.6 per cent said they didn’t like people showing too much flesh, and 30.4 per cent said they hate when men lose their tops.
But topping the list as people’s number one fail, with 40.6 per cent of the people asked agreeing, is people wearing socks and sandals.
Further research reveals women hate seeing too much skin on show during the summer and hate micro denim shorts more than men.
But it’s not just fashion that gets people hot and bothered during the summer months.
For those who are lucky enough to get one, 8 per cent of people don’t like weird and awkward tan lines, and 9.7 per cent are disgusted by hairy toes.
Make-up melting in the heat is apparently a big annoyance, with 12.8 per cent of people saying they were unhappy when this happens, and 15.3 per cent can’t stand frizzy hair.