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Remember Those 2000s Era Trends You Were Trying To Forget? Here Are 12 Of The Cringiest Ones.

By Nadine / jeudi 7 juin 2018 05:30
Yes. An entire decade of FML fashion choices.

Instead of saying it for every single photo example we use, we'll just say it once. What on earth were we thinking!? Luckily, these days are behind us, but unfortunately, we'll probably be saying the same thing about our fashion choices in 2028 looking back on 2018. 

1. Unnecessarily super thin eyebrows... ladies, you could just shave them off completely and not have to worry about your brows at all. You would probably also look just as ridiculous.

2. Frosted tips. A 90s boy bend trend that seeped into the 2000s for an offensively long time.

3. Any wording on the butt at all. That was a thing.

4. The sign of the douchebag: Ed Hardy T shirts.

5. Jeans under dresses. Though we still occasionally see this look from some poor lady who did not get the memo that this trend should have never been in in the first place.

6. Remember jelly bracelets? A total thing until some perves decide certain colors signify your virginity and sexual orientation annnnnd then that was the end of them.

7. Everyone had an Avril Lavigne CD, wore these belts, and fried their hair with a flat iron like it was going out of style. (They were right. It was going out of style.)

8. Before Kylie brought lipgloss back on the market, it was rarely used in place of lipstick. Probably because we all had nightmares about the glittery lipgloss days from the 2000s...

9. Remember that Avril Lavigne phase? Yeah, just add these. Also, Happy Bunny everything.

10. *Cringe* These bags.

11. Cargo pants were also a thing at one point. WHY DOES ANYONE NEED THIS MANY POCKETS?

12. Honestly could anyone actually see shit through these things?

What was your cringiest 2000s trend? Drop a comment below and let us know!

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By  PhoenixChick  |  24

Let's see...jelly bracelets and shutter glasses are 80's throwbacks, glitter gloss and cargo pants and spangled handbags were big in the 90's...studded belts wll not go away until every hot topic in the world burns down...yep, we don't have enough distanced yet to have a sense of what 2000s fashion actually looked like

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  Kyrstin Budd  |  11

Um, ACTUALLY, there are plenty of people out there who have a debilitating fear of germs and fist bumps are the only way they can greet someone, so how about you check your privilege? Also, getting offended by everything is a trend that needs to die.

By  Cinn_fml  |  21

I regret nothing about glitter lip gloss, jelly spikes and cargo pants.

And since when did jelly bracelet colours mean anything? I don't remember that at all.

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  LondonTor  |  6

when i was at school in the 2000s we called jelly bracelets "shag bands" and you'd snap other people's ones to indicate what you would like to do with them based on the colour. (i only remember that snapping the black one meant you wanted sex)

By  PhoenixChick  |  24

Let's see...jelly bracelets and shutter glasses are 80's throwbacks, glitter gloss and cargo pants and spangled handbags were big in the 90's...studded belts wll not go away until every hot topic in the world burns down...yep, we don't have enough distanced yet to have a sense of what 2000s fashion actually looked like

By  Dave_Davington  |  27

If you want to talk about the entire 2000's, as opposed to just the early 2000's, I have one word for you. Emo. If you want retarded fashion bullshit, that'll give you enough material to last a lifetime.

By  Taurus_ChicKa  |  31

LOL! I had three of those sparkly purses! Everyone in school had at least one. And I still flat-iron my hair, because it drives me crazy when it isn't straight. I also totally had a pair of those Avril earrings and wore lip gloss all the time, never lipstick. And the jelly bracelets, yeah, in my school, if someone broke one, you had to perform the act associated with the color. I think they got the wrong message.

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