THERE’S nothing quite like a blast to the past and the latest fashion trends have brought nostalgia back.
Fashion fans have found themselves at a crossroads with rising early-00s denim trends, which some have dubbed “Lizzie McGuire core.”
TikTok/livrian_Liv, a fashion influencer, was excited about the rise in 2000s-inspired fashion[/caption]
TikTok/livrianShe showed off the storefront of a local fashion boutique she stumbled across[/caption]
Liv Rian (@livrian_), a fashion influencer, caught the first signs of the trend on the uprise as she walked past a clothing store.
She shared the video of her experience in a TikTok video with her followers.
She filmed the shop mannequins outside, dressed in a white cropped top and a denim maxi skirt.
Another mannequin was styled in a ruffled purple top and darker-wash jeans.
Liv was excited by what the mannequins signified, walking into the store to pore over the racks filled with various denim and 2000s, or Y2K, inspired tops
“It’s happening. Walked past Supre to find the dress and jeans combo,” she said gleefully.
People took to the comments to share their thoughts on the trend.
Some were surprised to see fashion repeat itself: “This is what Supre looked like when I first started shopping there, we’ve come full circle,” said one commenter.
Many were for the Y2K comeback: “It was cute then and it’s cute now,” said another.
Others found themselves conflicted: “The dress and jeans combo cannot plague us again,” said one disapproving viewer.
“This is giving me Lizzie McGuire vibes,” said another.
She perused the racks of the store in anticipationTikTok/livrian
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