When it comes to fashion, it’s pretty easy to get motivated by the gorgeous silhouettes of the 50s, the classic shoes of the 70s, and the denim of the 90s. 2000s fashion has become popular in recent years, with many items making an outstanding comeback. But a few styles, particularly the outfits worn in movies, are undeniably less inclined to bring back to the trend.
From Steve’s boring sweater in the Wedding Planner, Bella’s first day of school donning Pajamas to Twilight to Sophie’s summer camp short in the movie: Mamma Mia, it’s unbelievable as to why these iconic styles were considered stylish. You will agree they are unlike any other time in fashion, and it’s also surprising how people let them get away. So, have a look at the then stylish celebrities’ outfits you possibly must’ve forgotten about. Enjoy!
The Hitch’s Tan Blazer In Hitch.
Anne Hathaway’s (Andy) Outfit And Purse In The Devil Wears Prada.
Summer’s Wrinkly Outfit In Movie: 500 Days Of Summer.
Kenya’s First Date Outfit In Something New.
The Clubbing Outfit ‘Jules’ Wore In Bend It Like Beckham.
Sarah’s Huge Tiger Necklace In Forgetting Sarah Marshall.
Mia’s Ball Gown At The End Of Princess Diaries.
Giselle’s Modern Outfit In Movie: Enchanted.
Mathew McConaughey’s (Steve) Sweater In The Wedding Planner.
Juliet’s Train Conductor Hat From Love Actually.
Viola’s Seatbelt-Inspired Outfit In She’s The Man.
Jenna’s Outfit And Giant Butterfly Necklace In 13 Going On 30.
Elle’s Slytherin Professor Outfit In Legally Blonde.
Carrie Bradshaw’s Button-Down Outfit In Sex And The City.
Andie’s Polka-Dot Gown In How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days.
Sophie’s Summer Camp Shorts In Mamma Mia.
Bella’s First Day Of School Donning Pajamas In Twilight.
Regina’s Pink-Striped Ensemble In Mean Girls.
Daphne’s Casual Costume Yet Worn On The Runway In What A Girl Wants.