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For this list, we’re looking at the clothes, hairstyles, accessories and more that have made the noughties what it is when it comes to fashion and style.
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I used to love the rhinestones tops in the earlies 2000s. The stones would be the middle of the chest and now I see that is unflattering for a teenager, the same thing about the halter top, don't think we teens looked nice wearing them. Also, jelly platform shoes were very in. Don't know why we would wear them hehe. I also remember vagally the rubber bracelets.
Looking back, 00s was a strange time, the fashion choices were so tacky, so poor taste, like, wtf? I was a teenager then and I remember thinking most of these styles were cool. Dear god... how wrong I was.
I miss the skater chic and dyed/streaked hair days, everyone's style was original. Now we have the basic bitches parading the streets looking like the same goddamn person. So I will continue to live 10 years out of trend because at least I'm not a fucking clone. 😂😂
Miss Mojo what about the early 2000's Boho Chic style? Long flowy dresses with floral or striped patterns matched with beaded jewelry and sandals. Hair for this style would normally be beach blonde waves with some kind of hair accessory. Icons for this style would be Colbie Calliet , Corrine Baily Rae and Sara Bareilles.
Well nothing's seems ever new in the fashion industry since ... a long time. It all comes back in circle and you can always recycle your clothes every 5/10 years ... Yes even if you can afford "haute couture", open your eyes, full of non-sense pseudo-art; to the point where you're ready to wear boots called ugly cuz they are ... You're a It-girl aren't ya !
Lol..I wore almost all of that except for the pop stars...Their's was much more revealing ..but yeah..Hilarious looking back..I think I see some coming back though..Uggs are still here and still soooooooo freaking comfortable...I love them....
Understated?! Oh honey I can't recount the number of times I was treated to an up close and personal view of ass cracks, thongs, and tramp stamps (even all 3) on the staircase at school because of low ride jeans. They were the bane of my highschool days. Shudder!
Don't forget for boys in the early 2000s, baggy everything. In the early 2000s I owned nothing but medium size shirts despite being a small lol. Big ass tennis shoes. Gelled hair was pretty popular though I didn't do it that often. (I do now) and every kid had to have a digital watch. Mid 2000s it was the emo and skate-punk look. And I had a fauxhawk my first day of high school, that was a mistake!
I never tried looking like Avril Lavigne. Thank god. I did go thru a goth/skater stage tho. jnco jeans were my LIFE in middle school (the bigger the better) & as I got older got into wearing juicy sweatsuits with the Christina Aguilera platinum blonde half black hair. I still to this day wear the juicy suits & just recently went bright red from have the blonde & black color for over a decade! I have no shame. ☺️☺️
I was a goth for most of the early 2000s and ye gods.. how I hated the juicy couture track suits.... and the whole jersey shore deal.. I do miss cargo pants, crop tops and halter tops though. you also forgot to mention wearing long sleeve shirt under a t shirt.. that was DEFINITELY a thing around 2003-2005
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