Rewind·Posted on 23 Jun 202019 Fashion Trends That Were All The Rage 20 Years Ago But Have Been Completely ForgottenDid we really go out in low-rise bedazzled jeans and call it ~fashurn~?!by Valeza BakolliBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Ponchos. Frederick M. Brown / Getty Images Especially colourful ones, with zero actual warming properties but loads of sequins to make up for it! 2. Low-rise jeans. Jon Kopaloff / Getty Images If you didn’t pose for a picture by putting your thumb in the belt loop, you weren’t doing it right. 3. Cropped tracksuit tops. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Da Family I don't know a single '00s girl who wasn't *obsessed* with this lewk. 4. All-diamante everything. Kevin Winter / Getty Images From bedazzled jeans to sticking faux diamonds to our teeth – we were obsessed?! 5. Pedal pushers. Evan Agostini / Getty Images Also known as capri pants – I think I can speak for everybody when I say I'm glad this trouser-length trend hasn't made a comeback. 6. Overly-embellished jeans. Brenda Chase / Getty Images Please note: the red fringing, matching strappy sandals, and wide-sleeved top – major '00s style points! 7. Belts. Belts with everything. Patrick Riviere / Newsmakers / Getty Images Especially when they weren't even needed. 8. Statement-making co-ords. Sebastian Artz / Getty Images, Buena Vista Pictures It was a time of mixed prints, textures, and colour-matching co-ords of the likes that had never been seen before – and haven’t been seen since, tbh. 9. Crimped hair. Buena Vista Pictures Keeping certain sections of your hair dead-straight was key! 10. Fur-lined coats. Brookwell McNamara Entertainment The absolute height of luxe styling, in my eight-year-old opinion. 11. Super long and sparkly scarves. Mark Mainz / Getty Images Let’s be honest – they did everything BUT keep you warm. 12. Denim maxi skirts. Brenda Chase / Getty Images Specifically: ones that you could tell had lived a previous life as a pair of jeans. 13. Dresses made with this shiny, stretchy, and clingy material. Evan Agostini / Getty Images Unofficially, THE most unflattering fabric known to humankind – unless you're Kelly Rowland of course. 14. Colourful tights. Fascination / Via youtube.com The more opaque they were, the better! 15. Colour-coordinated outfits with your pals. Brenda Chase / Getty Images Friends who slay together stay together (though this sadly wasn't the case for Steps). 16. Tiny waistcoats. Carl De Souza / Getty Images The only thing to wear over a printed tee! 17. Trilby hats. Keith Bedford / Getty Images Nobody could rock a trilby like Alicia – but that didn’t stop us all from trying! 18. Peplum tops. Roger Kisby / Getty Images They gave us back the curves that the low-rise jeans took away! 19. And finally, this *exact* crochet hat. Universal Pictures Did it keep our heads warm? Of course not. Did we insist on wearing it through the entire winter? Absolutely.