The 2000s Uniform is Back

By Rachel Rinehart


Fashion has always been taking inspiration from the past, but the stay at home order has brought fashion back to its glory days: the early 2000s. I’m not talking about glitter eyeshadow or dresses over jeans. I’m talking about tracksuits. With online school and working from home, who wants to put on jeans and a belt? That’s why the tracksuit has come back in style, but not in the same label written across the butt style. Numerous brands are putting out tracksuits of all different styles, from high waisted sweats and a cropped sweatshirt to nice shorts and T-shirt lounge set. 

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As Paris Hilton has shown us, the sweatshirt-sweatpant combo does not have to be a stay at home outfit. You can make this a going outfit by pairing it with confidence and rocking it, or by adding a nice jacket over top and some cool shoes like celebrities have been doing. As fashion has shown us time and time again, all you really need is some accessories.ew way to spice up your loungewear. 

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As Paris Hilton has shown us, the sweatshirt-sweatpant combo does not have to be a stay at home outfit. You can make this a going outfit by pairing it with confidence and rocking it, or by adding a nice jacket over the top and some cool shoes like celebrities have been doing. As fashion has shown us time and time again, all you really need is some accessories.

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Trends are showing us that tracksuits are back in style, and they’re the perfect outfit for online learning. The cohesive look can also take your studying at the library look up a level and make you look more put together than you actually may be. So bid “adieu” to groutfit shaming and hop on the tracksuit trend!


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