Washington Post's 2012 In & Out List: Is Ryan Gosling Actually Out?

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Every year since 1978, the witty Style section writers at The Washington Post have compiled The List, a partly serious, partly silly rundown of what we're all totally over — and totally into — for the upcoming year. This year's list, written by Dan Zak and Monica Hesse, was released today, and, as always, it makes for a pretty solid conversation-starter.
Is Ryan Gosling really out, to be replaced by Michael Fassbender? Say it ain't so! And will Taylor Swift's impulsive bangs become more popular than Michelle Williams too-cute pixie cut? We highly doubt it. Yes, bandage dresses are out and wide-leg trousers are in, and Scandinavian rustic does feel more right-now than flea-market chic — but will naps outpace apps? (Actually, we might be okay with that.)
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You can read the full list here, but before you do, we've got a few additions. And we know you probably do, too, so leave them in the comments! (The Washington Post)
In: Vintage turbans
Out: Fascinators
In: Zombies (again)
Out: Vampires (again)
In: Boyfriends
Out: Boyfriend jeans
In: Experimental baking
Out: Experimental cocktail-mixing
In: Minimalist beauty
Out: Jam-packed makeup bags
In: Creepers and chukkas
Out: Stilettos and slingbacks
Photo: Via The Washington Post
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