Fashion has always had ways of existing. The trends come and go, are all inspired by previous ones juts re-styled and modernized to start a ‘new trend. Anyhow, we’re glad these 2000s trends are back and we are all set to get everything in our wardrobe.
Here are 10 trends for you to splurge on right away:
Off-White brought camo back form 2000’s with their Resort 2019 collection, and celebs like The Weeknd had a camo-themed birthday bash, where his whole entourage sported camo from head-to-toe. This print will finish your streetwear look with the perfect amount of edge.
Camo has a way of coming and going every few years. In the 2000s, Destiny’s Child rocked the look on stage and now it has become a trend that refuses to dissipate.
We’ve noticed the shrunken proportions of the baby tee have been creeping back and is catching on fast. Now that style staple is athleisure, what better way to style sweats than with a cropped tee? it’s cute and a major throwback for us.
Spaghetti-strap and tank-tops were a hit during the 2000s. With summer being here, you can see the spaghetti-strap tank-tops returning to major stores from all over the world. It’s one of the most worn trends and we honestly love spaghetti straps.
Tube tops completely ruled the scene from the late ’90s to the early 2000s from Destiny’s Child to Britney Spears, Cameron Diaz, and now, they’re back in full force for since Summer 2018.
Worn by stars like Justin Timberlakes, Olsen twins, Colorful tinted sunglasses were a gender-neutral ’00s trend, The light-colored lenses might not do much to keep the sun out, but they are Instagram selfie gold—proof!
All our insta baddies are on top of their sunnies game.
One word sums up early-2000s fashion, “JUICY.” Juicy Couture tracksuits and it was emblazoned in rhinestones across the butts of pop stars and hotel heiresses everywhere. Worn by Britney, Beyoncé, J.Lo, Paris, and every other celeb you tore out of Teen Vogue.
Now the revamped Juicy makes velour tracksuits for all your leisure needs—Vetements for a fashion-person to splurge on a super-deluxe version.
Even for add campaigns, stars like Kendall Jenner recently announced her role as Adidas Originals brand ambassador while wearing a three-stripe tracksuit promoting it.
6. Hot Pink
When Balenciaga heavily featured fuchsia in its Spring 2017 collection and sharing the history where Paris Hilton basically built her empire on bold fuchsia pink.
The wispy, girly millennial shade of the family had gotten plenty of attention the past few seasons, but, it caught on more than the pastels. It ended being a power color and stars like Kylie Jenner, Gigi Hadid and Zendaya were seen wearing it.
7. Oversized Hoop Earrings
Oversized hoop earrings are a classic of the ’80s and ’90s hip-hop and R&B fashion. Lauryn Hill, Sade, Missy Elliott all come to mind for their memorable accessories and these huge hoops.
These days, hoops are once again approaching their utmost popularity, the most noticeable styles, being gigantic hoops (as worn by Rihanna) or minimal gold hoops from designers like Laura Lombardi or Nandi Naya. They’re beautiful yet minimalistic to make any outfit pop.
The once frowned upon and unacknowledged fanny pack/belt bag is here to stay. For this summer, try the look in a minimal, tiny belt bag rendition that isn’t too bulky, but still packs a style punch adding the perfect accessory to your look.
The chunky, tourist sneaker of the ’80s and ’90s is finally cool and comes as a victory for dads around the world. From the street style scene to your Instagram pages, the dad sneaker is sticking around for the season—acting as the perfect contrast to all your sundresses and skirts showcased by the Jenners, Cardi B, etc.
10. Flared Jeans
Prior to 2009, people were just not comfortable with the idea of body-hugging denim the way they are now before they became your go-to, skinny jeans were also a massive source of anxiety.
Same way boot jeans were dissed by the masses on their early release but just as popular they got in the 2000’s they are now aswell and the craze is widespread. Every celebrity is now styling them with their favorite shirts and tops.
Trends are always refining themselves, and our celebs have a major impact on them coming back.
BY LAKSHYA LAW | DKODING MEDIA