The exception would be on denim trousers.
There should be no denim trousers. Denim trousers are jeans. And the Paper Denim ICN and other imitator cuts are not "trouser" style jeans. They are simply jeans with slash pockets.
the Trucker hat...esp when someone pays $40 for a Von Dutch trucker cap
That was fresh for 5 minutes in 2001. Now, it stinks of feet and Lil' Kims, um, privates (term loosely used.)
Dockers, Savane, and their ilk. The blue oxford shirt/khaki dockers look has to go. Bill Gates is not a style icon.
I'd like to add Slates, Haggar, and every other cheapo "business casual" brand who have conceded their souls to poor taste to the list. Those who wear tucked in polo shirts and loafers (tasseled or otherwise) to complete the look have their own little level in hell where the lawn is never quite mowed. By hand with shears.
distressed/faded jeans. i know it's wholly popular and most people wear em but i dont and i hate them. the worst trend that's become a staple
As with all things, there is a happy medium. Anything with holes (Yeah, True Religion and Chip and Pepper, I'm lookin' at you.) is crap. So are "Notify" jeans (trust Italians to take a perfectly fine look and take it too far.) I stand behind Paper Denim, Earnest Sewn, Seven (they are ubiquitous and slightly boring, but the jeans are good quality and haven't fallen into the gimmicks of other brands - wierd pocket stitching on the women's models aside) and to a lesser extent, Rogan. For clean jeans, check out Wrangler 47 (no, not the ones at Urban), and APC, which is the gold standard (I personally like the Anglaise cut).
ridiculous "fade" haircuts that make your head look like a carved block
The official haircut of lugheads everywhere.
shitty shoes on a good suit. unpolished and overall just ugly'
Shitty shoes period, especially rubber soled dress/casual "shoes". Hint, if you own Born, Steve Maddens, or Eccos, give them to the homeless for use as fuel.