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Tag: 2000s trends
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In case you haven’t been scrolling through influencer feeds on Instagram lately, Y2K fashion is back in a big way this 2020. Baggy jeans, baby tees, butterfly accessories are back in style—aka it’s cool to dress like a Bratz doll all over
After seeing Y2K-inspired fits all over our social media feeds, we think it may be time to properly welcome this decade anew.
After the short return of the ‘80s and ‘90s trends, we all know what’s coming next—the early 2000s. Largely characterized by some very bold yet admittedly questionable styling choices, we’re pretty sure we’ve all held a number of reservations against this fashion
The old-school trend is back!
If you grew up in the 2000s, you’ll likely remember the early aughts style cheat known as the “going out top” a.k.a. just grab your fave pair of jeans and choose whatever flashy (read: NSFW) top you’ve got in your closet and
Remember your childhood's go-to hair accessory?
Remember those fluffy fabric hair accessories you used to wear back in grade school? If you still have them stashed away somewhere by any chance, then you better take them out of hiding, stat—because FYI, scrunchies are officially stylish again!While they do fade
Think flared jeans and your memory will probably take you back to the early aughts picturing Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie from Simple Life.This may feel a little too dated should you apply it to today's fashion scene. But hey, how about we
Remember Britney’s VMA Denim dress?
The aughts weren't too far back. In fact, Dawson’s Creek, Blink-182, and Abercrombie & Fitch are still pretty fresh in our memories. But perhaps what is truly unforgettable about the 2000s is its colorful explosion of style and sartorial choices that still govern
Let's take it back to a time not so far away for this week's #TBT.
The ‘00s may have been just four years ago but for someone like me, it seems like a lot to look back on. Being the youngest in the team, I grew up watching the kids of The OC, The Simple Life, and