While you probably wear it with a structured top and a leather jacket, skater skirts (like that plaid “Baby One More Time” number donned by Miss. Cady Heron) still to this day take up ample space in our dresser drawers. Just don’t fall into an open trash can. That trend was never cute.
You don’t have to be a Mathlete (or even a member of Shane Oman’s swim team) to wear a varsity jacket. The letterman-style topper was everywhere this past winter, and we can’t wait to break them out again. Now that’s something to rap about.
Gretchen Weiners has many trademarks. Other than her lineage to the Toaster Strudel brand, she’s all about incorporating “Fetch” into the vernacular of young America. She also has an emotional relationship with hoop earrings and loves a crop top. The latter is a trend that 2014 seriously can’t get enough of. So it’s safe to say that Gretchen was behind it all, right?
R is for Regina—or maybe relavent. Monogrammed necklaces, sweaters, and handbags were most definitely a thing of the mid-2000s, but they still play a crucial part in the style and home decor industry today. C’mon, like you don’t have a monogrammed mug?
Don’t you worry. The accessory gods sent Gretchen some good news after all. If you watch the end of Mean Girls closely, you’ll see that she was able to proudly rock hoop earrings when she joined her new clique. Whether big or small, gold or silver, the earring style is a must-have for your jewelry box.
OK, so this is kind of a trend we still love. By no means are we suggesting you run out and purchase a matching velour set, but when mixed matched with other items in your closet, the pieces are still doable. You could even serve your girlfriends a cocktail in one à la Amy Poehler. Oh, and you don’t have to wait until Friday to wear it either.