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If you grew up in the 2000s, you'll probably be surprised that the fashion trends of the decade are again popular. I was born in 1994, and if you ask me, the decade still feels like it happened yesterday. I grew up with Britney Spears music videos and tried to get hold of practically everything Paris Hilton wore. For me, the fashion trends of the 2000s are even nostalgic than those of the 80s or 90s.
Yes, I am talking about the tiny handbags and even the smaller strappy sandals that made up the aesthetics of the decade. I will not lie. I'm thankful that not everything we wore in the 2000s makes it into the 2010s, as styles like ultra-slim jeans are the best in the past (in my opinion). But if you're as ready as we are to revisit the fashion of the best Noughties, look at all the fashion trends of the 2000s that we predict will all wear this year.
WHO: Paris Hilton, 2005
The hair jewelry items appear everywhere this summer, from Gucci to Claire. The good news is that you do not have to spend a fortune to go through this noughties trend.
WHO: Destiny's Child, 2005
One thing that we will always remember in this decade was how much they all made a standout appearance. In other words, the coordination level was 100. No matter what color 2019 you choose, test it from head to toe (and guide Destiny's child while you're at it).
WHO: Britney Spears, 2003
Yes, the "ugly" chic pants are officially a trend from 2019 and we are not even sorry to say that we are excited to wear the practical style.
WHO: Kate Moss, 2003
Strappy sandals are currently experiencing a major revival and we thank icons like Kate Moss for making the shoes look so good.
WHO: Eva Longoria, 2005
Whether with logo, baguette or the legendary Dior saddle – this bag from the 2000s is in the trend and is better than ever.
WHO: Rihanna, 2005
Trendsetters are already taking off their skinny jeans for loose-fitting couples, but it's the high-waist pairs we're looking for in 2019.
WHO: Lindsay Lohan, 2003
Leopard patterns can be found everywhere, from satin skirts to printed bikinis.
WHO: Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen, 2001
Short-cut T-shirts and tank tops immediately feel summery. You'll find that we dive deep into the trend of the 2000s when you wear them with our cargo pants and tiny pockets.
WHO: Minnie Driver, 2005
Whether you're ready or not, this shoe trend is gushing away – with the exception that the 2019 versions are much slimmer and stronger.
WHO: Tyra Banks, 2004
Did you think you had finally renounced the loud color? Think again. Lime green is just one of the colors vying for the next millennium of pink. So be prepared to see a lot in the coming months.
Not in the 90s? We neither. Take a look at the trends that Kate Moss wore in the 1990s and were reluctant in 2019.
This post was originally published earlier and has since been updated.