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If you can pull these off, you were definitely a 2000s kid.
Kim Possible is a 2000s icon with an easily recognizable look. She was part high school student, part kick ass hero, and full HBIC. The red hair...the roll neck...the general badassery. It's still a vibe. via Instagram/@quirkygirlcosplay
Is there anything more iconic than Britney and Justin's 2001 all denim red carpet look? If I saw someone recreate this look at a costume party in 2017, I would scream and pass away. Give this the pop culture revival moment it truly deserves.
Let's revisit the iconic moment in 'Legally Blonde' when Elle Woods was the only one who showed up in costume to the Halloween party. Despite being tricked into looking wild, Elle CRUSHED the look and was the fiercest person in the room. If someone isn't dressed as Elle Woods at your party this Halloween, it's not lit.
Halloween 2017 is all about the Shade Queen, herself, Dora Winifred Reed. Get yourself a light brown bob wig, a white under shirt, and a pink jumper dress. The most important part of the costume? A bad attitude.
Raise your hand if you used to race home from school when you were younger to watch Pokémon. The sheer fierceness of Jessie Rocket trying to sabotage Ash and the crew needs to be recreated forever and ever. via Instagramfirstname.lastname@example.org
Everything from Arnold's hat, to Helga's dress, and even Gerald's hair have to be considered major fashion moments in 2000s television. No one could ever forget the quintessential 90s/00s viewing material that is 'Hey Arnold'.
You can't mention iconic movies from the 2000s without spending a half hour talking about 'Juno'. If only we could all embrace a life crisis with as much humor and wit as Juno and Pauly. Total icons of the 00s. via Instagram/@totallyriddikulus
People don't talk about the intergalactic badass that is Zenon Kar, girl of the 21st century. She TRULY revolutionized the concept of the Disney Channel movie and wore a costume that will definitely be on trend in five years. Zetus Lapetus, guys.
If Destiny's Child's "Survivor" music video isn't a major cultural reference for you, then I don't know how to heal your soul. Camo bralletes and camo trousers? Well and truly iconic,
There is truly no underestimating the spookiness of the 'Powerpuff Girls' demon, Him. He rocked a thigh high boot, a statement belt and CLAWS. Boy, you better scare those little girls. via Instagram/@crimsyncosplay