Ah the 2000s, a simpler time when big hoops with tracksuits, low-rise jeans and bedazzled everything seemed to rule the world. Just like everything else in history, fashion trends tend to make a comeback and the 2000s are here in all their Juicy Couture glory!
Now while some trends were a little too much (hint: heeled crocs, we’re looking at you), others were more classic and you can easily incorporate the 2000s vibes in your everyday wear with just a few simple additions!
Wanna know more? Here are our top 3 picks from the Secret Stash closet to channel your inner Paris Hilton!
Belt It Up!
In early 2005, the belts had their moment and everyone was hooked. From big chunky belts to fringe belts to studded belts, everything was game.
Here is Kim Kardashian with a true 2000s look! You can easily recreate this with our Burberry leather belt that will cinch in your waist and give your outfit that extra boost of fabulous. Check it out!
You think your outfit is too simple? Wear a belt. You think your outfit is too much? Still wear a belt. You just can’t go wrong.
Wedges? Yes Please!
Both comfort and fashion were truly thriving in the early 2000s, when wedges were brought in. Gone were the days of calling these grandma heels, once all the celebrities were rocking them.
Honestly, as with any other fashion trend, you pick and choose your battles. There are so many styles of wedges that you are bound to find something that fits your taste. Lucky for you, Secret Stash has a WIDE variety of wedges in stock allowing you to easily recreate your favourite celebrity looks!
Be it straps or mules, these Michael Kors heels will give you the height you want while keeping you light on your feet with comfort.
Bags, Bags & More Bags!
Of course this list had to include bags because the 2000s were truly a time of experimentation and no outfit is complete without the perfect bag to go with it.
From the Olsen twins to Lindsay Lohan, everyone was into the monogram look. And why shouldn’t they? It is truly a classic, and one that seemingly will never go out of style. Here are a couple of monogram bags from our closet that really fit into the aesthetic.
It is no surprise the Dior saddle bag was the IT bag of the time but you can easily recreate the look with any shoulder bag of your choice. It seemed the smaller, the better. While it may not fit everything, it really makes any outfit look cuter.
While these are just a few, there are a lot more trends that the 2000s have brought in! The looks are easy enough to recreate just remember to style them with your bedazzled flip phone and glossed lips for the added effect.
Hope you liked our picks and stay tuned for part two!