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19 Outfits From The Previous Decade That Shouldn’t Have Made It To The Screen


19 Outfits From The Previous Decade That Shouldn’t Have Made It To The Screen

Really could’ve been better!

Who doesn’t love rom-coms from the early 2000s? They’re the best things to be obsessed over with charming love stories and eventful college life. These movies prioritize not just love but also the fashion aspect. There is always that one gorgeous star or character that has to shine when they appear.

But these outfits really stole the attention in a different way. How can some of these iconic moments have celebrities in these outfits?! We just can’t imagine now that we’re in 2021 where we can calmly assess how did people think those getups were right.

When Daphne from ‘What a Girl Wants’ walked the runway… in casual tank top and jeans

Warner Bros. Pictures

Juliet wrote this hat in ‘Love Actually.’

Universal Pictures

Fashion during the early 2000s, or Y2K fashion, was an ” interesting time in fashion,” as Nav Gill from Editorialist put it. A lot of us can still remember how during those days, people love going over the top, those baggy pants, oversize shirts, or super low-rise jeans for midriff exposure.

The jade-green robe Elle wore from ‘Legally Blonde.’

MGM Distribution Co.

Andy in ‘The Devil wears Prada’ really wore this to fit in.

20th Century Fox

Hitch’s tan-colored blazer from ‘Hitch.’

Sony Pictures Releasing

Big was about to propose Carrie Bradshaw in ‘Sex and the City’ and decided to go with… a basic black button-down.

Warner Bros. Pictures

Those shorts Sophie wore in ‘Mamma Mia!’ is a crime to her shirt.

Universal Pictures

Jenna in ’13 Going on 30′ in that conspicuous dress. But at least she was supposed to be a 13-year-old.

Sony Pictures Releasing

Giselle’s plain dress in comparison to the clothes she makes herself in ‘Enchanted.’

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

Fashion changes really fast, and as time goes by, they fall into a time category that signifies those time period’s icons. Where people love embroideries and shiny designer logos on their outfits, millennials led the fashion trend these days with minimalism. It is easy to rock the Y2K style; essentially, the louder you are, the better it is.

Kenya couldn’t have picked a more cheerful outfit on her first date in ‘Something New.’

Focus Features

Mia looked stunning in that ball gown in ‘The Princess Diaries,’ but why the materials?

Buena Vista Pictures

Steve in that plain sweater from ‘The Wedding Planner.’

Sony Pictures Releasing

This top Jules wore when clubbing in ‘Bend It Like Beckham.’

Helkon SK

Where the hell did Sarah get that tiger necklace?! ‘Forgetting Sarah Marshall.’

Universal Pictures

The way Viola’s dress just looks like when you wear way too many seatbelts in ‘She’s the Man.’

Paramount Pictures

How to emphasize plainness: get this copy-machine-colored dress from ‘500 Days of Summer.’

Fox Searchlight Pictures

And did you know that Pantone releases different color themes every year? This year, Pantone’s color of the year is Ultimate Gray mixed with Illuminating yellow. The theme is to have two distinct colors that can still come together and support each other at all times!

Andie, with her polka-dot, patterned dress in ‘How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days’ low-key, looked like bathroom tiles.

Paramount Pictures

Those pajamas Belle wore to college on her first day in ‘Twilight.’

Summit Entertainment

Regina in her ‘professional in pink’ look in ‘Mean Girls.’

Paramount Pictures

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