The year 2000 has sprung back around, and we’ve been seeing all the fun fashion trends from this era take hold. Here are six Y2K fashion trends that you can add to your wardrobe to incorporate that nostalgic feeling of 2000.


Velour Tracksuits


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Perhaps the most iconic of the Y2K fashion era is the velour tracksuit. Having this to reach for in your closet makes for an easy, comfortable yet stylish outfit. Keep a sporty feel by pairing your tracksuit with sneakers or you can even opt-in for a cute pair of booties or heels.


Denim Skirts


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Want a way to keep your outfit casual but cute? Try a denim skirt. Rihanna sported hers on a grocery run, pairing the staple with a $790 Celine shirt and $1,020 pair of Amina Muaddi heels.


Sweater Vests


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Sweater vests are a great way to add more color, and layer to your outfit. And with the style returning to the forefront, we’re even seeing a lot of cute, cropped options. What’s great about sweater vests is that you can opt-in for a solid color, jazz it up with plaid patterns, or incorporate bright prints.


Slip Dresses

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Slip dresses are extremely romantic and can be worn for a night in or night out. Its silky material feels amazing on the skin, and these dresses are available in so many colors and metallics, so you’re bound to find the perfect one for your look. For a night in, you can grab a blush pink slip dress and pair it with a fuzzy robe and slippers. Or for a night out, you can style it up with a blazer and cute pair of heels.


Trucker Hats


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Trucker hats are a great way to take a casual outfit to the next level. A prominent staple piece of the fashion brand von dutch, trucker hats are often regarded as the fashion piece “street culture” and luxury fashion meet. They’re often available in a variety of colors, styles, patterns and even come in bejeweled options.  


Rimless Sunglasses

Rimless, transparent sunglasses are definitely characteristic of the Y2K era. And the best thing about them is that they’re available in so many colors and shades that you’re bound to find a pair that will match with literally any outfit.