Trends appear, fade, and return with revenge faster than most people can keep up. But when they do, one thing is for sure: everyone has their own opinion. In the Style Elite Daily series IMHO, we will serve you details, along with some not so modest opinions, about the viral style trends that illuminate the internet. Below, TikTokers and Social Tourists founders Charli and Dixie D’Amelio give their hot views on the controversial Y2K fashion trends.
Charli and Dixie D’Amelio are not just a moment, they are the future. With nearly 2 billion TikTok followers – and counting them all – together, these sisters are two of the most influential in Generation Z and millennial trends in multiple spaces, including social media, beauty, music and style. So when I had a chance to talk to them at their place Social Tourist pop-up shop in Los Angeles, I couldn’t miss the opportunity to ask trendsetters their hot views on the controversial Y2K fashion trends returning in 2022. Let’s say you won’t see them wearing revealed thongs anytime soon.
“I’m always down to try new things,” the 20-year-old said letter to me says singer Elite Daily at the celebration of the first anniversary of the fashion brand D’Amelios with Hollister. An 18-year-old Born Dreamer the founder echoes her sister’s feelings, saying the whole point of developing your style is “to have clothes you can look back on and say,‘ I wouldn’t do that anymore ’.” But there are more than a few looks in the pair. they just aren’t here.
Stick to your low-rise jeans as Charli and Dixie D’Amelio think about Y2K fashion trends returning to teen wardrobes.
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