I find it interesting how some of the trends from the early 2000’s are coming back. Mostly because it does not seem like it was that long ago. When the shoulder bag trend first made an appearance on instagram early Fall-Winter 2018 I was kind of stunned. Looking back, I think of the Noughties as such a tacky era for fashion. However, I really digged and i am digging to how the should bag trend is styled.
The bag I am wearing here is from ASOS (check it out here). The blazer is thrifted, I really like the color of this blazer and it has a soft checked pattern. For a top, I went for a basic white tee from H&M. For pants, I am wearing “vintage” straight leg denim from H&M. The hairclips are from ASOS, however these are sold out. You can check my previous post wearing them here and here.
I am really hoping more cool noughties trends come back, that are not too tacky, for use to re-style and have some fun.
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I found my new favorite pair of shoes for summer: these heeled sandals. I am loving these late 1900 early 2000 trends, and these sandals are not the exception. Mine are from Zara. I love the quality and how comfortable they are. Check them out here, similar here and here
I am loving some of the Noughties trends that are coming out, such as the shoulder bag trend and the cargo pants. However, if low rise jeans comeback I am going to dieee. Or at least I will totally refuse to wear them.
I am really hoping more cool noughties trends come back, that are not too tacky, for use to re-style and have some fun. During the early 2000’s I was a child, so I remember some of these trends with fondness. I remember when I used to see my older sister and my cousins getting ready to go out wearing some of these trends. I guess now it’s my turn to get ready to go out wearing some of these trends in an updated way.