The 2000s are BACK baby! Fashion label launches an eye-popping new collection inspired by the Noughties – so what will you be wearing?
- Fashion label Meshki has launched a clothing collection inspired by the 2000s
- The Sydney website on Monday released 50 pieces reminiscent of the ‘Y2K’ era
- Styles like ‘napkin’ tops, matching velvet sets and latex mini-skirts feature
- There’s also bandage dresses and crop tops emblazoned with the word ‘baby’
- Prices range from $15 for hair clips to $289 for diamante chain mail dresses
Fashion label Meshki has launched an attention-grabbing clothing collection inspired by the early 2000s.
The Sydney headquartered website on Monday released a 50-piece range reminiscent of the Noughties, an era when silk strap tops, body-conscious bandage dresses and Juicy Couture tracksuits dominated.
Prices range from $15 for jewel-encrusted hair clips to $289 for a diamante chain mail dress inspired by Paris Hilton’s iconic 21st birthday dress from 2002, which was mimicked by Kendall Jenner for her own milestone party 16 years later.
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Meshki today launched a 50-piece clothing collection inspired by the 2000s, featuring $99 silk strap dress (left) and matching $69 crop top and $59 skirt sets (right)
The most expensive piece in the range is a $289 diamante dress (pictured), reminiscent of Paris Hilton’s iconic 21st birthday dress from 2002
Party animals are spoiled for choice with plenty of ‘going out’ dresses, including $99 silk minis and $69 tie-back halternecks.
Also on offer is a formfitting purple dress that bears a striking resemblance to the iconic Herve Leger bandage dresses beloved by celebrities like Rihanna and Kristin Cavalleri throughout the mid to late Noughties.
The skin-tight fabric wrapped around the body, almost mummifying it – accentuating every curve and sculpting the stomach to look flatter than it actually was.
Top picks for casual dressers include $75 cropped jackets, $69 velour jogging pants and t-shirts emblazoned with the word ‘baby’ for $45.
Included in collection is a $49 bejewelled case for Apple AirPods, which looks like something iconic villain Regina George might have owned in Mean Girls had it been filmed in 2020.
Those with a penchant for bling can choose from a range of accessories including a $49 diamante chain belt and $29 over-sized hoop earrings.
There’s also metallic halterneck mini-dresses (left) and velvet tracksuits with diamante embellishments (right) across the back and derriere, much like the Juicy Couture sets that dominated fashion in the early Noughties
A shocking body-conscious mini, which bears striking similarity to the famous Herve Leger bandage dresses beloved by celebrities like Rihanna in the mid-Noughties
A second cowl neck diamante chain mail dress which costs $169
Nostalgic millennials are reliving their childhoods – a time when anything that could be bedazzled, was bedazzled – in shorts, jeans and jackets festooned with diamante rhinestones.
Sparkling designs are stocked in top brick-and-mortar retailers like Zara and on websites like Revolve, Pretty Little Thing, White Fox Boutique – and now Meshki, too.