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If you've been active on Instagram over the course of the pandemic, (as many of us have been!), you've probably caught wind of the breathlessly cute trend of DIY-ing Y2K-inspired accessories with assorted beads, pearls, resin, and polymer clay. Most of these
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Sound the alarms: Our favorite Gen Z influencer Ashley Garcia when it comes to 2000s style just uploaded a new YouTube video a few days ago! As soon as we saw the words "bag haul" in the title, we knew we had to
Give your Insta feed a Y2K look!
From baguette bags, velour tracksuits to low-rise bottoms, there’s no denying that Y2K fashion is blowing up all over Instagram. But other than the style of the noughties making a comeback, the overall 2000s aesthetic seems to be all the rave. Think
Score some cool Y2K-inspired OOTD looks from Ashley Garcia!
From baby tees to mini pochettes, the Y2K trend is back and popping up in our feeds now more than ever. In fact, if you hang out on Instagram a lot, then you'll know that Ashley Garcia is one of the biggest
From cropped vests, tennis skirts, to oversized baggy pants—this online shop has it all.
There’s no denying that the noughties is taking over the closets of many—and we don’t just mean Gen Z stylephiles. The early 2000s was a very fun, bizarre, and ironic period for fashion where sartorial rules were deliberately broken, making way for
Straight from the grid of the kween of Y2K style.
We've already established that Ashley Garcia nails everything in the aesthetic Y2k style department, from her fashion sense, IG grid, to even the way she edits her YouTube videos! Another thing we noticed is that aside from her making her feed look pretty,
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One trend that's probably made its way into your social feed is crochet. ICYDK, crocheting is a process that requires a hook and some yarn where you make loops and stitches to create beautiful pieces. Whether it's a high school batchmate whose
The model has embodied the trendy Y2K attitude when she's dressing herself, and honestly, we can't get enough!
We can list Bella Hadid as one of the most notable faces in the fashion industry. As one of the most in-demand models in the industry, Bella doesn't only strut down the runway and strike a pose on set, shehas also turned
Yep, we’re obsessed.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, then you know very well that Y2K fashion is back—and it’s not just a Gen Z craze! Aside from baby tees, baggy jeans, mini skirts, and tinted sunglasses, another non-negotiable part of the early aughts
Here's a quick guide to recreating the trendy Y2K 'fit.
Given fashion’s cyclical nature, getting a blast from the past is never a surprise. And following the ubiquitous return of Y2K trends, this seems to be the current era we’re living in. As the year 2000s was accompanied by the prosperous boom
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In case you haven’t noticed, fashion trends from the 2000s are making a comeback, and we’re here for it! From baby tees to mini skirts, there’s no escaping Y2K, but in case wearing a tracksuit a la Paris Hilton is a bit
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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