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Fashion Wars – 2013 vs 2003

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In just 10 years the world of fashion has changed around so much. If you dive deep into your wardrobe, you are probably going to find your old velour sweatsuit and a pair of hoop earrings. Well, the “good old times” are over, 2013 is also almost over, so let`s make a brief comparison of the fashion trends in 2003 and 2013.

Don`t get nostalgic, most of the 2003 fashion trends are gone for a good reason!

2003 :  Fedora – Jason Mrazz and Briteny Spears

2013: Taylor Swift porkpie hats were a total hit

2003: The Dark Hair on the Bottom

2013:The Ombre Hair

2003: Kelly Clarkson`s tiny Scarf

2013: Scarves got bigger and bigger

2003: The dawn of Butt Logos

2013: Cut-out  dresses are the king

2003: Can you imagine – velour sweatsuits

2013: Can you imagine – wedge sneakers

2003: Hoop earrings

2013: Skater Dresses

2003: The lead singer of Train wore this nice shirt

And Justin Timberlake demonstrated this classic everydude look.

2013:Everyone is in a contest to see how much plaid they can wear.

2003: Tall boots were high heeled and pointy, especially if you were going to kiss Madonna.

2013: Tall boots were flat.

Unless it was a wedge boot.

2003: The faux hawk.

2013: Mustaches.

And also faux mustaches.

2003: John Mayer and Justin Timberlake wore some nice, loose-fitting khaki pants.

2013: Fancy sweatshirts are a thing.

2003: Britney Spears wore this.

2013: Katy Perry wore this.

2003: Jeans with the faux crotch crinkles were all over the place.

2013: Peplums were all over the place.

2003: Denim miniskirts seemed like a good idea.

2013: High-waisted shorts seemed like a good idea.

2003: You might spot a Muppet coat.

2013: You still might spot a Muppet coat.

2003: Justin Timberlake wore this cool hat.

2013: Now he wears this hat.

2003: This Louis Vuitton bag everywhere.

2013: Chambray everywhere.

2003: Cargo pants, some cropped, were king.

2013: Crop tops were king.

2003: The golden era of popped collars.

2013: Buttoned-up collars, not a pop in sight.

 

 

 

 

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