TV and Movies·Posted on 13 Apr 202221 '00s Characters Who Were Total Fashion Icons"So fetch."by Ivy RichardsonBuzzFeed ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Y2K fashion has made a pretty big comeback, which means it’s the perfect time to take a trip down memory lane and highlight some fashion icons from the 2000s! 1. Eve from Life Size. ABC Every outfit Eve wore during the movie was simply sensational, and I’d be lying if I said I didn’t want her entire wardrobe (and accessory collection, of course). 2. Andy Sachs from The Devil Wears Prada. 20th Century Fox Andy may have committed an unprecedented number of fashion crimes at the beginning of the movie, but with the help of her fairy godfather, Nigel, she managed to redeem herself. But let’s be honest: If we had access to the Runway magazine wardrobe, I’m sure we’d all look that fabulous too. 3. Brianna and Gabriella from A Cinderella Story. Warner Bros. Pictures What these two lacked in grace and decorum, they made up for in fashion sense. Name a more fashionable duo… I’ll wait. 4. Jenna Rink from13 Going On 30. Sony Pictures Releasing Considering that Jenna was a child in a grown woman’s body, the girl knew how to dress. Lace floral corset? Iconic. A nightgown and a trench coat? Legendary. A colourblock dress with a bedazzled butterfly necklace and chunky bracelets? Revolutionary. 5. Also Lucy Wyman from13 Going On 30. Sony Pictures Releasing As much as we were all obsessed with Jenna’s wardrobe, we have to give Lucy her flowers too. Her aesthetic was the epitome of sophistication and class, and I would give anything to own that green dress. 6. Daphne Reynolds from What a Girl Wants. Warner Bros. Pictures As much as I’m praying that the low-rise flared jeans trend doesn’t make a full comeback, I have to admit that Daphne absolutely killed this look. 7. Lola Steppe from Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen. Buena Vista Pictures Distribution Lola was just as much a fashionista as she was a teenage drama queen. I mean, only a true fashion icon could own a trucker cap with their name graffitied on it, a Coke-bottle-lid necklace, and a hot pink coord with red and yellow ruffles. 8. Tyler Gage from Step Up. Buena Vista Pictures Distribution Tyler was the CEO of oversize clothes, and they sure as hell looked good on him. 9. The Plastics from Mean Girls. Paramount Pictures The Plastics rocked pretty much all of the major 2000s fashion trends and even invented a few of their own. If I went to North Shore High, I would’ve worshipped them too. 10. And we can't forget Regina's mum, Mrs. George. Paramount Pictures Because she’s not a regular mom, she’s a cool mom. 11. Alex Munday from Charlie's Angels. Sony Pictures Releasing Alex was busy fighting crime all over the world and still had time to look this good. She passed the assignment with flying colours. 12. Ryan Evans from High School Musical. Disney Channel Ryan’s hat collection alone earned him a place on this list, but we also have to take a minute to appreciate his extraordinary button-down shirts. 13. And Sharpay Evans from High School Musical 2. Disney Channel Anyone who wears bedazzled dresses, tiaras, and matching outfits with their dog is pretty ~fabulous~, if you ask me. There are no two ways about it — Sharpay's wardrobe is unrivalled. 14. Heather Montgomery from John Tucker Must Die. 20th Century Fox Heather was the queen of 2000s fashion. She rocked the most cropped crop top in all of history with low-waisted white trousers and a pink belt-scarf hybrid, and somehow made it work. She also proved that orange really is the new black — what an icon. 15. Poppy Moore from Wild Child. Universal Pictures Poppy Moore was always dressed to the nines — even her school uniform was a lewk. She really was that bitch. 16. Elle Woods from Legally Blonde. 20th Century Fox Elle Woods invented the colour pink, and that is a hill I’m willing to die on. 17. Anna Coleman from Freaky Friday. Buena Vista Pictures This aesthetic is so 2000s, it actually hurts. The choker, the wildly baggy low-rise trousers, the studded belt, the highlights — simply iconic. 18. Derek Zoolander from Zoolander. Paramount Pictures This film may be poking fun at the fashion industry, runway models, and clothing trends in general, but Zoolander was serving lewks left, right, and centre. His poses may have been questionable, but his outfits were on point. 19. And Hansel from Zoolander. Paramount Pictures No one does fringe and feathers quite like Hansel. 20. Lizzie McGuire from The Lizzie McGuire Movie. Buena Vista Pictures Lizzie McGuire was a 2000s style icon — even her animated mini-me was well dressed, but she took her style to a whole new level when she hopped across the Atlantic and travelled to Rome! From newsboy hats and ruffled blouses to bedazzled silver coords, Lizzie ate and left absolutely no crumbs. 21. And finally: Isabella Parigi from The Lizzie McGuire Movie. Buena Vista Pictures This green two-piece is what my dreams are made of. What was your favourite onscreen '00s look? Let us know in the comments!