Charlie & Dixie D’Amelio’s Hot Captures Y2K Fashion Trends

Charlie & Dixie D’Amelio’s Hot Captures Y2K Fashion Trends

Trends emerge, fade, and return with a vengeance faster than most people can track. But when they do, one thing is for sure: everyone has an opinion. In Elite Daily’s Style Series IMHOIn this article, we’ll provide you with the details along with some not-so-humble opinions on the viral style trends that are lighting up the internet. Below, TikTokers and Social Tourist founders Charlie and Dixie D’Amelio give their hot take on the controversial Y2K fashion trend.

Charlie and Dixie D’Amelio are not just the moment, they are the future. With nearly 2 billion TikTok followers – and counting – these sisters are Gen Z and two of the top influencers of Millennial trends across multiple spaces including social media, beauty, music and style. So when I had the chance to speak with him at his Social Tourist pop-up shop in Los Angeles, I didn’t have the chance to ask trendsetters what their hot takes on the controversial Y2K fashion trend are in 2022. Guess you won’t see them wearing exposed thongs anytime soon.

“I’m always ready to try new things,” the 20-year-old a letter to me At the D’Amelios fashion brand’s first anniversary celebration with Hollister, the singer tells Elite Daily. The 18-year-old Bourne Dreamer founder echoed her sister’s sentiments, saying that the whole point of developing your style is to “have outfits that you can look back on and be like, ‘I wouldn’t do that again.'” But out there this pair is not for a certain look.

Stick to your low-rise jeans, because Charlie and Dixie D’Amelio have some ideas for the Y2K fashion trend that’s making its way back into teen wardrobes.

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Low-rise jeans get instant “love” from both Charlie and Dixie. But don’t worry about the future of your alternative denimwear. The pair’s favorite items in the latest social camper drop are high-rise jeans. Charlie also confessed that he stole his sister’s Highest Rise Baggy Heart Patch Jeans ($80).

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Charlie and Dixie are obsessed with matching sets, so it’s no surprise they’re pro tracksuits. According to Dixie, they are “easy” which is why they love them so much.

The Terry Dad Shirt ($40) and Matching Dad Short ($30) set in their Social Tourist collection feel like a summer version of a casual tracksuit that you can wear around the house or to errands.

Looks like butterfly hair clips are here to stay, too, with a few caveats. While Charlie is a fan, saying “they’re adorable,” Dixie admits that she’ll “break them.” Fortunately, you can find some very cheap butterfly hair clips on the Internet, so they are easily replaceable.

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This may be one of the most controversial fashion trends that millennials would be happy to leave in the past. Of course, Britney Spears and Manny Santos Degrassi: The Next Generation The exposed thong dominated the fashion trend in the early 2000s, but do Charlie and Dixie think it should return in 2022? “No,” answers Dixie quickly. “My underwear is for function, not fashion.”

While Charlie agrees that she won’t partake in the exposed cheese fashion trend, she admits, “I think it would be cool. I love the look of bathing suits and low-rise, baggy pants, you know? ,

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The cargo pants got a “love” from Charlie and a “yes” from Dixie, so you know they’re coming back. If you’re looking for some Y2K-inspired OOTD inspection, Social Camper’s Ultra High-Rise Baggy Cargo Jeans ($80) would look super cute with one of the crop tops ($25).

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Who can forget the iconic dress-over-jeans look that stars like Disney Channel’s Ashley Tisdale and Miley Cyrus wore on the red carpet? The outfit is so controversial, Charlie has a hard time deciding whether she likes it or not. “No” was the first word out of his mouth, but then TikToker changed his mind, landing on “love”. For Dixie, though, it’s an automatic number, and she’s sticking to it.

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Raise your hand if you remember wearing loosely thin scarves around your neck in the early 2000s. Lindsay Lohan, Hilary Duff, and even the Jonas Brothers were all skinny scarf lovers at one time, but Dixie wouldn’t splurge on the flimsy scarf before walking out the door. “I would have to say no,” she shares. While Charlie doesn’t admit if she’ll try the Y2K trend, she says, “I think if you tie them cool, they can be cool.”

The Social Tourist pop-up shop in Los Angeles is open on Melrose Avenue. For more information on Charlie and Dixie D’Amelios’ clothing brand, you can shop the latest in-store and online from Social Tourist.

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