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    19 Millennial And Gen Z Cusper Style Looks That Have Already Aged So, So Poorly

    Time to bust out the concealer lips, baby.

    If you were born between 1995–2000, that means that you're right on the line between where people consider the millennial generation to end and Gen Z to start.

    Although you might have some strong opinions about which generation you're in, it probably means that you were a bit young for your style to go full millennial in the '00s:

    But your teen style was definitely not entirely down with what the kids are wearing now:

    The fashion result of being a teen in the late '00s/early '10s was a mix of the worst of late millennial fashion paired with a hint of the emergence of Gen Z style — which, I think we can agree, was not the best way to blunder into adulthood. Here are just some of the worst offenders:

    1. First, shirts that simply said the words "Hollister" or "Abercrombie"

    2. Flower crowns at every occasion

    3. Ombré hair

    4. Fake "geek" glasses

    5. Trilby hats

    6. Thin, jeweled headbands

    7. Men's hair that looked like a shaggy bowl

    8. Leggings under dresses and long tops

    9. Belts on dresses...and long tops

    10. Crackle nail polish

    11. Asymmetric everything

    12. Huge plastic necklaces

    13. Converse with everything

    14. Concealer lips

    15. Smudged pencil eyeliner with no eyebrow makeup

    16. Shutter shades

    17. Hair feathers

    18. Cherry red hair

    19. Finally, jeggings. Just jeggings.

    Did you rock any of these styles back in the day? Or do you actually still vibe with some of them? LMK in the comments!