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We Reget To Inform You Skirts Over Trousers Are Back

Michele Theil

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We Reget To Inform You Skirts Over Trousers Are Back

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The skirt over trousers trend that dominated the early to mid 2000s might be making a comeback, as fans on TikTok have noticed celebrities like Addison Rae and Kristen Stewart are making this style choice more and more often.

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Stewart, who attended the Venice Film Festival, was spotted wearing a blue dress over blue trousers and white heels, while Rae posed in front of one of her ad campaigns in a white summer dress over white flowy trousers.

It was an extremely common and beloved trend among both celebrities and girls yesteryear, and now it's once again becoming popular on the Gen-Z video app.

This is not the first the trend has made a resurgence in recent years, with Glamour Magazine reported a return of wearing skirts over trousers back in 2017.

Fashion designers have introduced more fashion-forward variations of skirts over trousers during their 2017 shows, while celebrities like Gigi Hadid, Emily Ratajkowski, Emma Stone, Kendall Jenner, and more making the outfit a big part of their wardrobes.

Those of us old enough to remember are probably not too happy about the trend making a comeback, as with many other questionable fashion and beauty staples of the 90s and 2000s, like thin eyebrows and bedazzling your phone.

Addison Rae as Padgett in the remake of He's All That. (Credit: Netflix)
Addison Rae as Padgett in the remake of He's All That. (Credit: Netflix)

However, the Gen Z-ers who didn't live through it the first time may not know what they're getting into with this outfit.

Sadly, we can only warn them but we can't stop them if this is path they choose.

Many commented on TikTok to express their intense displeasure at the trend's resurrection, with one person saying: "No this is one we're not doing again. Absolutely not."

Another said, "I thought we all agree this wouldn't come back."

A third said, "Over my dead body," somewhat dramatically.

The trend is being brought back by Tik Tok. (Credit: Lystit)
The trend is being brought back by Tik Tok. (Credit: Lystit)

However, some people were definitely into it, with one saying, "I love this, layers, layers, layers, all the way."

Another fan wrote, "I actually do love that style."

May the odds be ever in your favour Gen Z-ers if this trend really does make a comeback.

Topics: Fashion

Michele Theil
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