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Glamour: Cargo pants from the 2000s are back in fashion thanks to TikTok bloggers

Cargo pants, which were especially popular in the 2000s, are back in fashion thanks to TikTok. This is reported by the British version of the magazine Glamor.

According to the publication, representatives of Generation Z (people born between 1996 and 2012) regularly share videos on the platform, which show how to style these pants. Posts of bloggers who, for example, are inspired by the images of the actress Jennifer Aniston and singer Aliya, gaining tens of thousands of views on the social network.

Celebrities are also popularizing the trend. In particular, the paparazzi captured supermodels in cargo pants. Bella Hadid and Emily Ratajkowski, pop singer Rihanna, TV star Kim Kardashian, as well as influencers Madison Saroo and Emily Sindlev. It is noted that most often the stars choose these products in neutral colors, such as beige, black or khaki.

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Fashion editors attribute the increased demand for cargo pants to their versatility. According to journalists, this wardrobe item goes well with sports shoes and crop tops. At the same time, it can be combined with high heels and an oversized shirt or a festive blouse.

It is noted that cargo is presented in an assortment of various mass-market and luxury brands, including Bottega Veneta, The Ragged Priest, Topshop, Fashionkilla, River Island, as well as Dolche & Gabanna, Mango, Zara and many other brands.

Previously Bustle editor Avery Matera named six items popular in the early 2000s that are back in fashion. The expert included corsets, chokers and baguettes in this list of trendy products. In addition, pink products are currently on trend, with increased interest following the release of Legally Blonde in 2001, Matera stressed.

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