52 Early 2000s Trends Poised For A Comeback

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They’re all coming back, whether you like it or not!

Welp, it looks as if Jessica Chastain is trying to bring back another early 2000s trend.


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I’m talking about the large, chunky tie.


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I never thought this day would come, but alas, here we are.


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I’m sure Anne Hathaway is reveling in this.


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Christina Aguilera, too.


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In “honor” of the large tie being back “in,” let’s check out other early ’00s looks that will inevitably come back into style, whether we like it or not…

1.

First and foremost, I’m shocked these aren’t back yet, but belly button chains with charms on them:


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2.

T-shirts with cocaine references:


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3.

Knit beanies:


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4.

Knit bucket hats:


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5.

Livestrong bracelets:


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6.

“Wrestler” jeans:


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7.

Bandages as an accessory for the cheek:


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8.

Apple Bottoms jeans:


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9.

Boots with the fur:


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10.

Eyebrows that were camouflaged into the face:


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11.

American flag couture:


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12.

Shirts that were laced up from the front:


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13.

Jeans that lace up on the sides and don’t have a zipper:


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Inventive!


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14.

Crochet bodysuits:


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15.

These hats:


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16.

Extreeeeemely low-rise jeans:


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17.

Slouchy hats:


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18.

Cheap fedoras:


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19.

The “Chris Kirkpatrick”:


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20.

Shredded turtlenecks:

21.

Just, like, wearing a shirt like this:

22.

“Vote for Pedro” shirts:


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23.

“Please don’t feed the model” shirts:


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24.

The faux hawk:


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25.

Jeans with hip cutouts and a thong string illusion:


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26.

Everything Lindsay Lohan was going for here:


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27.

Jeans that dragged on the ground:


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28.

Very, very long scarves:


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29.

Just, like, wearing a long scarf with a T-shirt:


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30.

Anything NSYNC wore pre-2002:


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31.

Leather clothing that was suitable for walking in traffic:


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32.

Ronald McDonald hair:


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33.

The “Kelly Clarkson chunky highlight” special:


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34.

These haircuts:


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36.

Ski goggles:


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37.

Very, very large suits:


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38.

Tribal and barbed wire tattoos:


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39.

Jeans with the waistband cut out:


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40.

Long denim skirts that were Sister Wives meets MTV’s The Grind:


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41.

The “AJ McLean facial hair” special:


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42.

This lil’ mustache:


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43.

Extremely short bangs:


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44.

A single exposed thong strap:


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45.

Two exposed thong straps:


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46.

Thongs that were literally built into outfits:


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47.

TONS of gel:


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48.

Shutter shades:


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49.

iPods as accessories:


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50.

Digital cameras as accessories:


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51.

Anything Aaron Paul wore between the years 2001 and 2004:


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52.

And last but not least, this iconic Ashley Tisdale number:


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Source: https://www.buzzfeed.com/mjs538/early-00s-trends-coming-back