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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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Okay so whoever made this has a REALLY big issue with uggs like maybe they aren’t exactly ‘trendy’ but I think she is going a little overboard with ‘they are UGLY’ and ‘they have retreated back into homes where to be honest they should have stayed’ like bitch calm down
What about when people wore Band-Aids on their cheeks just because Nelly did? I feel that both of Christian Audigier's brands could fit in the same list item. (Von Dutch and Ed Hardy). The original owners of the brand ended up selling their brand identity (in the case of Hardy, his own personal brand as an artist).
I remember cutting my jeans up so I could rock them like Mariah Carey did in her heartbreak video. I thought it was cute. And after that juicy couture trend everyone had writing on there ass that said babygirl or delicious
80s kids: 90s sucked
90s kids: 2000s sucked
2000s kids: 2010s sucked
It's really not about the quality of the Decades, the thing is when you where happy in your era and couldn't relate to the new one it made you hating on it
*i actually kind of obsessed with 2000s fashion lately, even tho it's true that it was a shitty, cheap, worst fashion trend of all time, but if you know how to style it properly and give a bit of modern touch, it'll look dope.*
More things in life need metal studs on them and I stand by that! I never did the skater punk look. Wasn't my thing. I hated the Juicy Couture Velour Tracksuit and jogging suit look and still do! I will not wear Uggs! They are too freaking ugly! As an Italian American the whole Jersey Shore show and everything that went with it was offensive to me! The term Guido is what my Grandma remembered be yelled at her as a slur!!! >:( Halter tops can be a fun style. They only Rapper brand I ever liked anything from was Rocawear. The rest were just not my thing. Crocs are NOT fashion. Shiny leggings are fun! Popped Collar Polo shirts look like Douchebag wear and always did. Why would you wear a hoodie under a blazer? Big face digital watches are useful. I still rock low rise jeans and crop tops! It's a really fun look, that can be very flattering on some people.
soo yeah I see Uggs EVERYWHERE in Oregon... and me and my friends call winter Han Solo weather... boots with leggings (yes Uggs sre cool to apparently), long sleeve shirts and vests... what about THAT kinda clothing?
To be fair tho Gwen Stefani has been rocking that look (crop top + baggy jeans) since the "Just a Girl" video in 95. That's practically the definition of the SoCal chola aesthetic which she took mainstream and has stuck to it to this day.
And as a slim small waisted female with hips and an ass 2 sizes bigger than my top half, I absolutely rocked this look back in the day and pray for it to comeback on a daily basis. F-ing skinny jeans 😢
You guys forgot skinny jeans!!! they got huge in 2005, when the whole emo/scene kid thing blew up!!! Even men were wearing women's skinny jeans. You also didn't add straight hair with side swept bangs!!!! Every curly haired person tortured their hair to achieve that look.
You forgot about THONGS! They made thongs for 10 year olds back then and it was such a controversy. 🤣 I wore high rise thongs with low rise jeans since I was 12. Now I have to laugh when I see the lingerie section now... male boxer briefs for ladies, high waisted granny panties? LOL we didn't fight the war in the 90s for you kids to revert back to undies from medieval times.
It was funny watching this video because it's a funny video . And at the end of the day every one is different and people well always dress how they want . And that's great do u It's better to be a leader than a follower . I follow my own fashion rules I hope you do too😁
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.
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