25 Fashion Trends from the 2000s Girls Remember All Too Well
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25 Fashion Trends from the 2000s Girls Remember All Too Well

We all obsessed over these.

25 Fashion Trends from the 2000s Girls Remember All Too Well

If you were growing up in the 2000s, you'll remember all of these fashion trends a little too well.

1. Sweatbands

On your head OR on your wrist, either one meant you were super cool.

2. Popped-Collar Polos

3. Double, Popped-Collar Polos

The more the better.

4. Silly Bands

You had to have them all!

5. Jelly Bracelets

And what they meant shocked you to your core.

6. Smackers Chapstick

7. Layering Tank Tops

Once again, the more the better.

8. Skirts or Dresses Over Jeans

9. Chunky Highlights

And nobody pulled it off better than Kelly Clarkson

10. Plastic Headbands

Everybody had them.

But of course, Queen B wore them best

11. Gauchos

12. Asymmetrical Skirts With Crazy Designs

13. Bobby Jack Shirts

14. Happy Bunny everything

Shirts, keychains, sweatbands, hats, scarves, wallets, anything

15. Shrug Sweaters

16. Super Low Waisted Jeans

17. Spaghetti Straps

18. Denim on Denim

The most iconic picture of all time

19. Clogs

Usually from American Eagle

20. Colored Skinny Jeans

21. Jeans With No Back Pockets

22. Halter Tops

23. Bermuda Shorts

Most were plaid

24. Studded Belts

They made us look so cool

25. Butterfly Clips

If you didn't obsess over all of these, were you really a teenage girl in the 2000s?

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