Even the trickiest Y2K fashions are coming back too, including low-rise jeans and midriff-baring scarf tops (remember when Christina Aguilera wore a barely-there one to the VMAs in 2002?). These two trends, as polarizing as they are, have been on the rise for a few seasons now, showing its first hints on the runway as far back as 2017—but with stars now on board, their presence is undeniable. This weekend, Dua Lipa uploaded an Instagram fit pic of herself rocking a pink scarf top, worn with baggy jeans; it’s very 2000s, but also slightly ‘70s in feel, for those who are a bigger fan of that era. Bella Hadid has also worn low-slung denim on multiple occasions, and brands like Knwls are declaring it the summer of skin as well with its ultra-low-rise jeans and exposed thongs. Sure, the low-rise jean is a tricky piece to do right, but TikTok stars like Shy Smith somehow pull it off by fully leaning into the look (she pairs her low-rise skirts with tight tees and Juicy Couture zip-up hoodies).
I’m all about comfort in what I wear, so I’ll always choose a sneaker over a sandal or heel. Comfort is always the most important thing for me; what I wear at home, I’ll most likely wear if I’m going out. So here’s a glimpse into my comfortable but colorful week. Picture this: The year is 2003. Britney Spears’s masterful In the Zone is climbing the charts, social media has not yet taken over our lives, and Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie are taking over our TV screens on The Simple Life wearing Von Dutch trucker hats. These were simpler, sillier times! Sure, Y2K fashion gets a bad rap in general, and it may have been gaudy at times—remember when we wore huge belts with literally everything?—but it was earnest and less produced than the average celebrity ’fit you see today. More importantly, it was fun, which is what getting dressed should be all about right now. But don’t get too sentimental about fashion of the past—because in 2021, like it or not, early-2000s style is coming back with a vengeance.
While 20 essentials may be the right number for me, perhaps seven (for each day of the week) or 30 (for each day of the month) is right for you. Take a look at the below list for inspiration about how to build your own collection of wardrobe essentials. Get ready to spend less time getting dressed, and more time enjoying life. In today’s edition of What I Wore This Week, Maleana Davis shares her past five days—which includes bucket hats and jewelry piled on. I love to be comfortable and wear a lot of color. Even though I spend most of my days in my apartment on Zoom, I still try to have fun with my look but keep it casual. Throughout this time working from home, I’ve definitely noticed I feel better when I actually get up earlier and spend more time getting ready before a day of virtual meetings. I’ve always gravitated towards lots of colors and prints. Even if I’m inside most of the day, I still try to keep my look true to me, so I still like to wear anything bright and fun.
6 Easy Step To Grab This Product:
- Click the button “Buy this shirt”
- Choose your style: men, women, toddlers, …
- Pic Any color you like!
- Choose size.
- Enter the delivery address.
- Wait for your shirt and let’s take a photograph.
This product belong to myfrogtee