2000s fashion Anonymous 5041
You knew this thread was coming…2000s fashion (first decade). Like it? Love it? Hate it? What trends from this time period are you excited to see coming back? What trends are you glad are stuck in the 2000s? Post pics of your 2000s inspired outfits or of general 2000s fashion related inspiration!
I like it in the sense that it makes me nostalgic for my childhood, but honestly? It's pretty tacky
I find a lot of stuff from the Delia's catalogs really cute and would actually wear some of it. Some of the Delia's catalogs are from the late 90's tho so idk if that counts as 2000's fashion.
While on the topic of 2000's fashion tho, I find some of it cute like >>5042
, but OP pic is something I would NEVER wear… or consider good looking at all. Some components of 2000's fashion are good tho, especially when you mix em with some current day stuff and have a toned down look.
I know this thread was a joke but now it's here so we all have to deal with it
Whoops. Forgot to make my dump a reply thread.
Last one for now but I have a ton more images if anyone is actually interested and has requests.
Can we go back to this time when life was easier, Paris was popular and unashamed of her herpes, richness, "that's hot", and music was emoshit? Please…it was so much better compared to now. Look at this outfit. It brings me so much memories.
Sage for nostalgia.
Me again. God thread gives me the feels. Ok I will stop, thanks whoever posted this. I'll spend hours on Google reading about wtf happened to lilo now.
Shes a "high class" escort in the UAE. Shes about to release her makeup line, believe it or not.
That's fucking horrible, holy shit… Ok I'll stop derailing now.
Anybody remembers the dress/skirt over pants look? Iconic.
Also Ashley Tisdale. Just… Ashley Tisdale.
I'm OP and I seriously thought this thread would generate more interest. I personally enjoy a lot of 2000s fashion, I feel like it was a time where experimentation in daily, casual wear was encouraged and although sometimes the results were tacky, they often came out as interesting.
Some of my favorites from Britney Spears:
A better, more high quality picture of Britney from when she was a host in the 2002 VMAs:
(sorry, I love this look so much)
I'm the anon who did the dump earlier and I'm so glad this wasn't a joke thread! The 2000's was my childhood and i have a lot of fondness for the more out there fashion that came out of it.
I adore all the outfits from her Dream Within A Dream Tour like omg
Feel free to post more from your collection! I really got into the 2000s when I started to stan Britney a while ago. I personally like "slut"/clubwear looks, "business" wear as casual fashion, and of course, soft, cute, frou-frou looks. I also like the minimal kind of outfits in certain shades of color, if that makes sense. Idk, I like a lot of 2000s fashion, I probably would like seeing whatever you have, lol.
Oh, and if any anons are reading this that like 2000s fashion, please post ootd that are inspired by it! I'd love to see how you guys incorporate it.
I might post a gif of this outfit later since maybe it isn't apparent that the "stripes" are actually super long fringe.
I can't help but giggle when I see this one:
muffled "so yesterday" playing in the distance
I wanted that outfit so badly as a a kid! Especially with the skirt
I also really loved Amanda, I hope she's doing well
Omg anon, i remember this. >>5079
she was so pretty! What happened to most of these girls, they look so terrible now!
Answer: drugs (?)
>>5082>inb4 they're old
Most of them are not really THAT old. They're in their 30s.
For a lot of them it was a combination of eating disorders (the Olsen Twins, in particular, have talked about this), drugs, and stress at such a young age.>pic unrelated
Drugs, yeah, and also I think a lot of child stars are just the type of people who look better as kids then adults (which makes sense, you can't have a child star go through an awkward phase)
Anyone who saw Zenon/the 21st century girl (the Disney movie) and didn’t envy that futuristic funky ass wardrobe is lying. I was so disappointed, growing up with the crushing realization that Zenons outfit legacy never became a reality.
Also those tiny scrunchie shirts that stretched to fit anyone but were literally the size of a small mouse. They sell them at rite aid today….. for some reason.
Who's this? I don't remember her face at all
Sage for samefag but lmao, this fashion was so trashy with the belly button showing and all that shit. <3
Devon Aoki I think she was in fast and the furious before and probably some other films. She is Steve Aokis sister
Omg I remember that, my mum wouldn't believe it was in till she saw it in one of her dramas, the nerve!
ngl I love this
Also while on the topic of 2000's stars like Amanda and Lindsey, they were my inspo back in the day, I really loved them. Kinda sucks to see what happened to them now, wish them the best.
Pic related is from the movie 10 things I hate about you, which came out 1999. I loved a lot of the fashion in the movie, especially all the outfits Kat wore.
Is it just me, or despite all the skin showing in some of these outfits they still seem less sexual than stuff you see on TV today?>>5064>feel like it was a time where experimentation in daily, casual wear was encouraged and although sometimes the results were tacky
lol in middle school I hiked up a elastic waist skirt and wore it like a tube top over some flared jeans.
>>5098>Is it just me, or despite all the skin showing in some of these outfits they still seem less sexual than stuff you see on TV today?
idk if i would describe this as sexual or not, but back then people weren't bothering with extra padded VS pushup bras and perfect full face of makeup, so even though most of the looks are sexy and show a lot of skin, there's something a lot more casual about them.
is tacky 2000s gyaru allowed ITT?
MKUltra Pedowood. Sucks that it's only regarded as tinfoil conspiracies but I legit think that's why so many actors turn to drugs.
What do y'all think about splurging on vintage Dior? I'm so tempted.
Not if it's Chester, RIP sweet prince
Denim everything is something i'm glad to see dead.
I'm a gen z but am old enough to remember some of these god awful trends due to my country being backwater as fuck and getting everything at least 3-5 years late.
I wouldn't mind all denim outfits if they incorporated more colors into the all denim outfit. Denim can be dyed, people….
What a time to be alive.>>5089
These movies gave me so much hope for futuristic fashion as a little girl. Little did I know that when I became a woman everyone would just be regurgitating styles from previous decades.
I can't wait till the 80s/90s nostalgia epoch officially ends and is replaced with 2000's nostalgia. Not because I think the fashion of my childhood looked great at all, I'm just looking forward to seeing something new. Even some styles from like 2007 to 2013 make me nostalgic for my adolescence, because I'm realizing how outdated some of those oufits already look.
Well, at least you still have your virginity.
fucking yikes lol this sounds fake asf
Oh geez, I've been waiting on people to stop bashing the 2000s fashion and get over the 90s. Tbh, grunge "90s" fashion isn't really accurate. On a side note, I loooove the simplicity and bright colours.
Have any of you guys seen Lady Bird? And if so, what did you think of the costumes? Early 2000s wasn't that long ago so thefilmmakers probably didn't have to much trouble coordinating outfits. But I thought a lot of the clothes and hair worn really encapsulated what I remember from 2002/2003.
YES I loveeeeeddd the outfits in ladybird! It's definitely a style I'm really going for and I think is super cute.
are there any colors, patterns, or other motifs from the 2000s that you like?
whenever i see anything argyle, especially with the color scheme like pic related, it makes me super nostalgic.
i had a ton of tops and socks like this in grade school.
I wish my boobs looked that good in shirts. I'm obviously referring to Lindsay Lohan's boobs btw.
The "how to wear it" seems to be solid advice aimed at confidence, though, what is the main component about "being able to pull it off". Is there more?
Besides from the awful material, I like the look.
I dig the look of the guy.
How was every woman in the 2000's so skinny? They all have that exact same flat stomach, almost no variation. Was it drugs? Or were EDs just that popular? We have so much body diversity these days it always just blows my mind how homogeneous every woman looks.
I used to like the emo/goth trend, not necessarily the clothes but the aesthetic - dark colours, leather, boots. It was tacky but still better than pastels…idk.
I also liked the 2008-2009 style that Lady Gaga used to have, it was very bold. I would never dress like that, but I love that style.
i think it's an aftereffect from the workout obsession era in the late 80s to early 90s. the late 90s and early 00s was more diet focused.
I wish we could go back to this. There are too many thicc/REAL women encouraging obesity and convincing fat chicks that they look good nowadays :/
it was just the popular body type of the decade. You could use pics of celebs today and say "why is everyone so curvy".
but it is true that a lot of girls developed ED'd in the 2000's. mostly scene kids from what i can remember.
I think most celebs would have similar stomachs these days, but are far less likely to wear low riding bottoms with cropped tops, so you don't see that same hip bone area.
Absolutely hate fashion and music from the 2000s. I was a teenager then and didn't understand why everything was so tasteless. In the 90s you actually had alternative styles too but in the 2000s alternative was basically commercial hip hop style with huge logos and baggy trousers and emo in the mid 2000s but it was for kids. Mainstream clothes looked like a designer finished the thing half way or made hundreds of random designs just to design something- There was no concept, no idea why this was made, clothes made people look the worst that was possible, colors didn't match, it was impossible to find normal length tops. I have no nostalgic feelings for that era.
It was because those short tops made almost anyone's belly look like a fat man's beer belly. No wonder they had eating disorders.
I think that the pastel colored mini skirts were really cute, and skirts in general. I wish that they would come back, it's difficult to find cute skirts nowadays without looking online.
I've seen quite a lot of these actually they had some similar ones in topshop last summer but they were mid to high-waisted whereas the ones in the photo are low-waisted
She looks like shit, like 40-near-50
As for the escort thing I remember hearing she was charging to be arm candy but you think she's doing the instagram thot thing and fucking for money?>>5121
Lots of anorexia, and now we champion obesity because fuck being rational
I just think of Jojo's bizarre adventure part 6 when I see this thread
I keep hearing about how flare jeans are slowly making a comeback and it makes me think about what 00s trends are going to start reappearing again. Like exposing your midriff and lowrise jeans.
i h8 this all, unless it's like futuristic early-00s 'y2k aesthetic'
Reviving this thread because I love a lot of styles and trends that were present during the 2000s, including the outdated "tan" gyaru styles like >>5102
. I used to be into banba/manba/ganguro styles, it's safe to say they won't be coming back for a while…
I've found myself becoming more nostalgic for a period I lived through and never thought I'd be nostalgic for, the late 2000s 80s-reminiscent Wlliamsburg Apple store Hipster
style. Abhorrent, I know, and arguably tackier than anything in this thread, if not more. Just as the 80s were trendy in the 2000s and the 90s were trendy in the previous decade, the 00s will definitely make a comeback soon, but I have a feeling the revival will be much more focused on this mid-to-late-2000s indie style rather than early 2000s futuristic/Y2K styles.
Tbh I wanna see a comeback of gyaru! I'm also really interested in it and would love to see more people dress in it. I'm thinking of getting into it myself but I'm kinda worried about what other people would think.
I never noticed the huge ass 2 sizes too big heels she is wearing.
How they could fuck up this badly…
sorry but everything ITT is super trashy looking.
The 2000s sucked. Except maybe Emo. Sometimes… Rarely.
Some people still dress like this btw or even worse with Abercombie polos. They are oblivious to the fact time passed.
looks like standard preppy stuff?
I guess I have to remind you how cringe fashion was back then in most schools. Only the rare strangely cute emo boy was cute back then.
I do not miss that decade at all. Except for the internet, the internet was much funnier and creative.
Chis Chan style is the pinnacle of 2000s style since he never updated himself to the times because of autism.
How did no one post this absolute icon yet
Not with that haircut and earring
>you're in your last class of the day (college)
>your friend stacy picks you up from your dorm in her white 300zx convertible
>you go to the mall and stop to get panda express in the food court and it's okay if you had fro yo because you had two slim fasts that day
>stacy informs you that your crush talked about you today during class
>your bedazzled flip phone rings from the pocket of your juicy couture hoodie
>you're fired from taco bell
>but you're going to miss s1e2 of pretty little liars so you grab some bed bath and body works perfume in twilight woods and a bright yellow and blue bra from victorias secret and leave
>football game later that night and you're in the college locker rooms, everyone is wearing bright mismatched bras and panties, putting on strawberry scented glittery lipgloss, and filling the room up with perfume
>"anon try this bright green eyeshadow it's totes your color"
tbh I don't even care that things are changing, it's the fact nobody is active nor wants to ever have typical girl time anymore
Life is getting sadder :c
But there is always hope in the future, nothing stays lame forever.
The clothing is fine, the problem is his shrimpy underdeveloped body and face.
Same, I miss the days when you can have flaws, fly away hairs, chipped nails, less than perfect skin and makeup and it's okay, now it feels like all women are expected to look like they just walked off a modeling shoot even in a casual setting
I wish I could find the post (don’t know if it was on here, tumblr, or somewhere else…) that talked about how current fashion is more “sexy” but also “sexless“ in that bras are all padded and everything is expected to be rounded out and perfected. I miss that “rawness” of the 90s. It’s the same with makeup.
True, like paper thin body con dresses, crop tops and super thin high waisted jeans, and then fashion shows nowadays are basically jokes and don't represent any sort of fashion. Not that 2000s fashion wasn't showy but at least it was easier to hide small flaws and it wasn't expected of every woman to have a perfect extreme hourglass figure
I've been thinking about this post all week and it inspired me to buy a set of brightly colored thongs lol.
I really like about this picture that their legs aren't airbrushed