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That's sooo 2000s
Every decade had something fashion-wise that was specific to that decade, that was part of a cultural movement in that period of time that causes sentiment and nostalgia today. My question is, what will we be nostalgic over in our last decade (2000s) as we move into the future.

What are we going to be remembering as "so 00s".

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^mini jean skirts paired with black tights. good god! it was overused from 2007-2009. that was a fashion revival i did not want to see. haha.

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ugh the whole ugg thing was/still is revolting. especially with juicy sweatpants and mini jean skirts.

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ugh the whole ugg thing was/still is revolting. especially with juicy sweatpants and mini jean skirts.


I still see girls do this.

The whole Juicy craze was also very 2000's. And it died out as fast as it got popularized.

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i feel like almost every trend from the past decade (or even decade an a half) was really just old trends coming back in style- boho, neon, layering, leggings, statement shoes, necklaces, earrings, etc, platforms, converses, feather hair accessories...the list goes on. there are definitely some trends (like the denim minis and pop tee shirts, juicy, ironic tee's, hipster, prep) that are very late 90's and 00's, but, again, most trends are just retro styles from our parents generation.

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some typical 00's trends that come to my mind:

- super low rise jeans with exposed thongs (Seven jeans hype, etc.)
- miniskirts with black tights / leggins (proud to say I never followed that trend)
- ankle boots
- flip flops (I don't remember these having been in fashion anytime before the 00's)

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I think we've been through so many trends. The only trend that I recall being consistent is black leggings...

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(those are a few distinct ones, that I can think of that wasn't mentioned)

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Caps, Uggs (ugg! ), ripped jeans, ankle boots, sarouel pants, military jackets, grunge fashions.

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Haha, I think it's funny that we can now say "that's so 2000's" about a week into 2010, I love it

Juicy Couture sweatpants
Coach
Skinny skinny pants on men
Ray Bans
Boyfriend Jeans
UGHS!
Distastefully ripped jeans
A&F and Hollister
The Hipster look
Pajama bottoms outside

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-spandex leggins
-skinny jeans
-OMG UGGS
-neon print tees
-Juicy Couture sweatpants (as mentioned so many times above)
-OMG COACH

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i disagree with the person who said military jackets, i think that this type of style is increasing. i think the more sculpted and defined clothing style is becoming more popular.

i think the 00 decade has been pretty lazy with fashion (though i'm not saying that i didn't like the fashion). it's just that, as someone said before, the 00 decade seemed to always look back on and be inspired by the decades prior. honestly, i don't really know if there will be any completely new and innovative styles in this decade either, just re-inventions of the fashion in the past.

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i think the 00 decade has been pretty lazy with fashion (though i'm not saying that i didn't like the fashion). it's just that, as someone said before, the 00 decade seemed to always look back on and be inspired by the decades prior. honestly, i don't really know if there will be any completely new and innovative styles in this decade either, just re-inventions of the fashion in the past.
So true. I remember when I was little and I would watch futuristic movies, I thought the new millennium would have really specific styles to look back on, like tin-man hats and aluminum foil jackets or whatever absurd garments teenagers would wear in those movies :p I'm not sure whether to be relieved or disappointed!

So I guess hipster regurgitation of former trends was the way to go last decade, although I do feel the "ironic" vibe was the main characteristic in the adoptions of these trends and ultimately what characterizes this last decade (see American Apparel and LA street style)

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