Four 2000s Trends That Are Making a Comeback This Spring

Claire Miles
Feb 25, 2021

Oh, the 2000s. The time of very-low-rise jeans, Von Dutch caps, and other questionable fashion choices. What if we told you some fashion trends from that era are actually making a comeback this spring? Don’t worry, we’re keeping the extremely thick eyeliner and jelly bracelets away from this list.


Paris Hilton wearing a blue Juicy Couture tracksuit

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You guessed it. Athleisure is a term we are well familiar with at this point and tracksuits are simply an essential part of this look. Whether it’s Juicy Couture-inspired velour matching sets or regular sweatshirt fabric sets, these comfortable items are back in full force.

Baguette Bags

Sarah Jessica Parker as Carrie Bradshaw in the set of Sex and the City

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Sure, some people will argue that this trend never really left. But it has been a few years since major brands have truly expressed their love for this bag shape. However, this spring, baguette bags will be seen everywhere. Put together your best Carrie Bradshaw look and prepare yourself for this trend’s comeback.


Zooey Deschanel wearing a blue shirt and cardigan

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Good news: you won’t have to get rid of your brand new purchases. Cardigans have been in style for the past few seasons, especially matching with a tank top or cropped shirt under it. Now, the trend is to partly button up your cardigan or simply wear it on its own as a shirt.

Hair Accessories

Mariah Carrey at the 63rd Golden Globes Awards

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Remember butterfly hairclips, word pins, and snap barrette clips? Yes, all of these are also back. Whether you prefer to use a collection of them in a hairdo or use one single hair clip to keep things simple, this is your time to accessorize.