Oh, the early 2000s. It was a simpler time. A time of hippie dresses, chunky highlights, and off the shoulder tops. Should these forgotten trends take a comeback or stay in the past? Tweet: http://clicktotweet.com/EqV1X
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Why does john (that's his name, right?) hate buzzfeed? My only problem with buzzfeed are the "questions ________ have for white people" cuz it's made to look like only white folks R racist when this is clearly false.
00's trends I *do not* want to return:
-low waist bell-bottom jeans
-thick white belts
-pink or purple shade sunglasses
-low waist bottom and crop top -outfit
-big baggy tunikas
-tribal ornaments in clothing
-tank top over a long sleeve shirt
-Crazy Age jeans
Basicly early 00's Christina Aguilera and Britney Spears look. Please, never come back!
I remember the sweatshirt tied around the waist was huge! also hair crimping and crop tops. then near the end of the first decade of the 2000s long sleeves with thumb holes in the wrist cuff was really big, I loved that, you can still find them in stores sometimes but it's no longer trendy.
Wow you hate buzzfeed? Though being comfortable saying that you still watch their videos because how did you know about the video? I only ask cause I watch the both of you I like buzzfeed and you. 😕😒 #okay?
Update (2015). Peasant tops are back (especially in stores like Hollister, Pacsun stores.), Biker Girl tops have come back, but they're called something along the line of high neck crop tops (Pacsun, Zumiez, Tillys, Hollister, F21, etc), Cowgirl tops are very fashionable during the fall (but aren't referred to as Cowgirl tops; flannels. Usually worn in colors maroon, black, white, bright red, etc), Folded off-the shoulder tops came back but tops aren't necessarily folded ( the tops come in two forms, as a blouse and knitted. At Hollister you'd probably find an off the shoulder peasant top!), andddd Chokers came back, overalls came back, those Adidas shoes Avril Lavigne was wearing came back! (August 30th, 2015)
peasant tops, yes. necktie belts.... uhm no. avril lavigne's style.... maybe the makeup but idk... biker girl tops yes. cowgirl tops.... meh it takes a very certain sort of person to pull it off. chunky highlights... it depends. folded off shoulder tops, yes, i have a sweater like this. hippie dresses over jeans, yes.
I used to wear skirts over jeans. That was a big deal when I was in 9th/10th grade. "Scene" girls wore tutus over bright skinnies. I wore a black skirt, cut at an angle over flared jeans. I also did ridiculous thick black eyeliner. And that was a cute look for me then.
Of course that was only a few years ago. 2009/2010
Peasant top: soo cute <3
Necktie belt: nah... looks weird
Avril Lavigne: Yes, please, comeback
Biker girl top: Lovet it <3
Chunky highlights: No
Folded off-shoulder top: so cute :3
hippie dress over jeans: never
Yes to Peasent top, "biker girl" tops, edgy tomboy, off-shoulder with too-long sleeves.
NO to tie belts, flowy dresses over jeans, and PLEASE leave the western shirts to the western women. Country vs sluts in boots type thing. Sorry, personal opinion. They're cute shirts, but I notice that it's mostly fakes that wear them. And chunky highlights are just irritating. But, again, just my opinion.
A lot of those are still worn by people today (or in case of the dress over jeans no one wore them ever). Either that stuff has meanwhile become in again or people still wear it regardless of current fashion.
I think this is a late 90's into very early 00's thing, but I still love those black cord necklaces. At the time most people wore them with a yin yang or peace sign charm. I still find the way they look around people's necks to be so sexy, especially when they're worn with tank tops.
Peasant Top: Cute! I love these tops. Should see more girls wearing them.
Necktie Belts: Mixed feelings about this one. It's not functional, but I still like the look (I don't mind looking like a pirate) but I don't know when I myself would ever personally wear it.
Avril Lavigne/"Grunge" look: I like this look, and I do wish it came back. I love anything that looks edgy.
"Biker" Girl Tops: Looks nice, but if you're not an actual biker girl, I would advise against portraying yourself as one.
Cowgirl Tops: I think these are cute, wouldn't mind seeing them come back. I find them flattering on a lot of girls.
Chunky Highlights: I don't see anything wrong with it, honestly. I think that people with certain facial features are able to pull it off better, though.
Off Shoulder Tops: I like, I think it looks cute.
Hippie dresses Over Jeans: No...just no.
Overalls...I personally would never wear them, if they were to come back.
Scrunchies were fun, wish I saw more of them back.
Chokers are coming back, I'm wearing one right now, actually.
Overall, I believe that a person should dress however best portrays their personality, while at the same time accentuating their best features.
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