Snooki may be busy taking care of her new son Lorenzo, but she’s obviously not too busy to design a line of accessories. The pint-size Jersey Shore star has already created lines of sunglasses, sandals, handbags, and slippers, but now she’s expanding her empire to include jewelry and hair accessories. Snooki Couture by Nicole Polizzi will be sold exclusively through online retailer Style Queen starting November 12.

Based on what Snooki normally wears, we can only imagine what the collection will look like. Few images of the designs have been released, but we predict it’ll be full of animal print, bright colors, and more rhinestones than should be allowed on one piece of jewelry. One thing that has been confirmed is that the collection will be broken down into four distinct themes – the animal-themed “Wild Nights” collection, the “Daily Glam” line inspired by the red carpet, the edgy “Stars and Studs” group, and the “Top It Off” line of hair accessories. None of the pieces will cost more than $9.99, which makes it even more likely that it’ll all fall apart after being worn once. Then again, maybe that’s exactly what should happen in order to stop people from actually donning these designs.

While you all eagerly await the arrival of Snooki’s collection, let’s take a look at some other celebrity-designed collections that should have been stopped before the ideas for the lines came to fruition.

Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino’s T-Shirt Line

Snooki’s fellow reality star tried releasing a line of t-shirts, sweatshirts, and accessories in 2010 called DILLIGAF. The designs featured Mike’s “own fresh artwork” and was created to embody his “irreverent approach to life.” The clothing, which looked like someone bought the cheapest tops they could find and drew something on them, resulted in Sorrentino being sued by the producer of the line for failing to promote it. You know something is bad when even The Situation won’t touch it!

Lindsay Lohan’s Legging Line

In 2010, Lohan tried her hand at designing by releasing a line of leggings entitled 6126, which stood for Marilyn Monroe’s birthday. It was supposed to honor Monroe in some way, but the combination of Lindsay and the terrible leggings likely had the icon rolling over in her grave instead. The collection also included tops, vests, tanks, shorts, dresses, and more, which means you could fill an entire wardrobe with the disgusting designs by the troubled star.

Avril Lavigne’s Clothing Line

Sure, we all rocked out to “Sk8er Boi” when it first debuted, but does our love of Avril Lavigne extend beyond that song? Not really, which means we definitely don’t want to dress like her. This makes the idea of the singer’s clothing line Abbey Dawn even more appalling. Full of pleather, skulls, t-shirts printed with vulgar phrases, and rips everywhere, Abbey Dawn clothing doesn’t seem appropriate for any age group. Here’s hoping shoppers everywhere realize this before they purchase anything from the collection!