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Tammy Girl Is Back And We're Feeling Nostalgic AF

Tammy Girl Is Back And We're Feeling Nostalgic AF

Y2K fashion is well and truly back.

Early noughties fashion brand Tammy Girl has officially come out of hibernation after almost two decades and we've never been happier.

Thanks to a full-scale Y2K revival, rhinestones, butterfly clips, and platform sandals are all officially back in fashion, and nobody does it better than the beloved high street store.

The iconic pre-teen fashion brand tragically closed up shop in 2005 after it was purchased by BHS, but thanks to ASOS, you can now shop the nostalgic brand once more.

Tammy Girl is back.

From cami dresses and tank tops to tinted sunglasses and chunky rings, the brand is brimming with all the best Y2K items that are making a comeback.

The collection also includes some Tammy Girl branded hoodies, and marks the return of the classic 'Babes With Attitude' tank top.

Not long after its launch on fashion giant ASOS, the Tammy Girl stock is already flying off digital shelves, so best to snap up these pieces while you can!


Your inner 00s child will be begging for crimped hair and frosted eye looks while you're shopping for the perfect maxi skirt, mini dress, or tie-front top ahead of the summer season.

Prices on the site start from £15, and with pay day around the corner, it's the perfect time to revamp your wardrobe!

This baby blue Tammy Girl vest is available for £15.

*Adds to basket*.

While not everything from the original Tammy Girl collection will make a comeback (some items definitely aged better than others!), there's more than enough for us to recreate favourite classic 00's looks

Rebuild your childhood wardrobe with this adorable purple slinky denim babydoll dress for £30.

Is there anything more nostalgic than a babydoll dress? (

ASOS has been the go-to online marketplace for old-school clothing for quite some time now, from their reclaimed vintage brands to the ASOS Marketplace that promotes hundreds of small businesses, vintage boutiques and independent brands.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy/ASOS

Topics: Style, Fashion, ASOS