3. Neckties as belts. Noooooo!
12. Vertical-stripe flare pants. There was a corduroy version that was pretty popular.
13. Layering your tank tops.
15. Chunky highlights aka zebra head.
16. Revival disco halter tops. (Remember that surge of gold chainmail mesh jewelry and clothing?)
18. Folded off-the-shoulder tops. Usually striped. Usually a bit too long in the arms.
19. Corset tops. Owww.
20. Halter tops with either skinny satin cord ties or metal rings around the neck.
21. Borderline slutty bohemian.
22. Asymmetrical jersey skirts. Styles pretty much exactly like this were everywhere in 2003.
23. CoooOOOoooOOoowl-neck tops.
25. Flowy, hippie-inspired dresses over jeans. Bonus points for flare jeans.
26. Bohemian maxi skirts. What was with all the embroidery and drawstrings?
27. Shrugs. Oh my god. I don’t think I’ve used the word “shrug” to describe a sweater since 2005.
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