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10 items every man should take out of his closet and throw away — now

Bad news, menfolk: Your fashion choices are dated and sad. Good news: Here's a list of what you can give away or toss out.
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Men, you've been wearing clothes a lot of years by now. You've entered the workforce. You might even be in a committed relationship. So it's time to have The Talk.

You gotta clear out your closet. That's some embarrassing stuff you have in there. And thanks to Business Insider's Linette Lopez, you now have a 26-item list of exactly what you need to eject — because let's face it, eventually, it's time to grow up.

Judah Friedlander, rocking his trucker's cap.Cindy Ord / Getty Images

"Each item on this list has no place in an adult male's wardrobe," she wrote. "Some of these pieces have simply outstayed their welcome, others have been and always will be fashion abominations. You probably just didn't know it when you purchased them."

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Here are 10 of the worst offenders from her list:

1. Embroidered jeans

2. Plastic flip-flops (the ones with the piece that goes through your toes)

3. Studded belts

That hippie attitude is best kept inside, not outside.Shutterstock

4. Tie-dyes

5. Wide ties

6. Cargo everything

7. Trucker hats

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Fedoras, out! But Don Draper (Jon Hamm) gets a pass.Getty Images Contributor

8. Fedoras (unless you're Don Draper)

9. Graphic tees

10. Reflective/statement sunglasses

Looking like Will Ferrell, Chris Kattan in 1998's "A Night at the Roxbury" isn't helping your image.Roxbury
Your mileage may vary on some of these pieces. But should you have any questions about whether something should go, run it by your significant other. If they start mentioning Goodwill or The Salvation Army, take the hint.
This story was originally published on Sept. 9, 2015.
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