Are you ready to rewind with Y2K fashion?
Fashion from the late 90s and early 2000s – think pastel-colored “baby t-shirts”, velor tracksuits, baguette bags and lots of bling – is back for a second round, thanks to its strong appeal to Generation Z. Salon picks micro-trends from the Y2K stylesheet that you can incorporate into your everyday look.
Skims Velor Hoodie
Yes, the runways and velor jackets, a staple of Y2K style, are back. This sienna hoodie with a slightly fitted and cinched waist will keep you warm and stylish.
Available at Skims.com; ₹6,400
Billabong Heritage Mashup Black/Army Trucker Cap
These mesh-back caps were all the rage in 2000 and are back in celebrity closets today, with Paris Hilton and Bella Hadid sporting them recently.
Available at Hatstore.co.in; ₹2,300
Turmeric draped skirt by Ahluwalia
Think Y2K fashion and you can’t escape the mini skirt. This draped number by UK-based, Indian-born Priya Ahluwalia will do the trick. Available at Ahluwalia.world; £420 (approx. ₹42,840)
Jason Wu pointelle-knit cardigan
Ribbed cardigans, anyone? Fish up your old favorite or splurge on this piece from Jason Wu with a relaxed silhouette, dropped shoulders and fitted ribbed trims.
Available at Net-a-porter.com; $676.70 (approx. ₹50,700)
Mint Green Reversible Bandana Top
Destiny’s Child and Beyoncé made their tiny scarves/bandanas famous. Be a part of their revival with this tropical print item from Label Sugar. Available at Ogaanmarket.com; ₹3,500
Armani Exchange J04 Wide Leg Jeans
Think Y2K fashion, think bootleg jeans. Wear this sleek pair that features an above-the-ankle length that modernizes the garment.
Available at Armaniexchange.com; $50