Y2K fashion has taken over. And Gen Z loves it | Business

NEW YORK (AP) — First came the supposed death of skinny jeans. Then, the resurgence of cargo pants, halter tops and baby t-shirts.

If there’s one thing retailers can agree on, it’s that Gen Z is in for the fashion trends of the early 2000s, which are booming in popularity.

University interns and young workers put on wide pants in the office. The claw clip, a must-have for retro hair, is back; as are mesh tops, miniskirts and a host of colorful garments that can make consumers look like they’re stepping out of a Disney Channel show from 2004.

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