In the year 2000 we witnessed the new millennium and with it all its promises of progress, we noticed technology everywhere and the sense of a new age for mankind, and although those days seem long gone, fashion likes to be nostalgic, and every 20 years we begin to see Clothes and accessories in shop windows that we thought were long forgotten.
In the following report, Bright Side explains some of the fashion elements from the beginning of the decade that are starting to appear again these days:
If there was one thing about these sandals when we wore them a few decades ago, it was their comfort coupled with a great variety of colors, we could wear them all day without feeling tired.
And although this type of clog was on the verge of disappearing completely around 2009, they are now back to give our clothes a sense of comfort.
2. Aquarius Hats:
This type of hat became very popular during the 1980s thanks to hip-hop music, and by the year 2000.
And while these hats have always been around, as designers have tried to bring them back, the fisherman’s hat has made a comeback and settled on the runways and on the streets of celebs like Bella Hadid, Kylie Jenner and Billie Eilish.
Hair accessories were a defining feature of the 2000s, and butterfly barrettes came in a variety of colors and shapes and were so elegant that they became part of celebrity hairstyles on TV and red carpet looks.
This springtime touch on influencers and celebrities blossomed again in the past year to give us an air of nostalgia.
4. Sports Pants:
In the middle between elegance and comfort comes the track pants that Paris Hilton used to wear all the time. They usually come in bright colors, such as pink, blue or green, and were so popular that the brand that produced them, Juicy CoutureI made millions of dollars for this model.
But as the trend is always coming back, tracksuits have found their perfect place as they have become very popular again.
5. Small Handbag:
The small bag with a strap that is worn under the arm, made many doubt its functionality, but strangely enough, it was a success, and this type of bag was made in 1997 by a brand Fendi It has always been around, but in 2019 its creators relaunched it.
Since then many fashion houses have made small bags their trademarks so that consumers can use them with any style.
Scarves and bandanas have been in vogue for 20 years, and many girls have been wearing them as a hair accessory.
But far from being just a streetwear memorial, this scarf made a comeback when the most famous designers included it in their Fall Winter 2020-2021 collection to show us that they’re still a force to be reckoned with and can complement any outfit.