We all remember the iconic show – Laguna Beach. Well, it’s been years since it’s been off the air, but we all might still remember how big an influence it had on fashion in the 2000s. When we look back at certain outfits, it’s not hard to remember how we all dressed back all those years ago and how some fashion trends seem funky enough to return.
Tiny Belt on Trey’s Arm
One iconic fashion choice inspired by Laguna Beach might seem like something you’d never see anyone wear today, but back in the day, it sure made a fashion statement. It’s the tiny belt we see on actor Trey Phillips’ arm in a scene from the show. What a strange choice – would you wear it today?
Double-Layered Tanks Were Trendy
Double-layered tanks were all the rage back in the 2000s, and there are no two opinions – certain shows on air back then were definitely part of the reason. When people saw stars wearing something, it was natural they’d want to wear it as well, to be cool. There are probably few people who didn’t wear double-layered tanks back then.
Thick Leather Bracelets Were In
The ever-so-popular show, Laguna Beach, proved that yet another strange fashion choice was trendy in the early 2000s. Thick leather bracelets were the choice for many, and the fact that Stephen Colletti sported one made a difference. He was considered a hottie back then, and if he could pull a leather bracelet off, why couldn’t everyone else?
Laguna Beach Popularized Knee-Length Skirts
Knee-length skirts might be one of the few trends from the 2000s that still has a spot in fashion statements today. We can still see countless women sporting long denim skirts on the streets. It’s not an unsightly fashion trend – it’s a skirt made from denim. The best part is that it can be worn with all kinds of tops and still look as stylish as ever!
Although many of the fashion trends we see on the popular show Laguna Beach did not make it to today’s trends – they were all the rage back in the early 2000s. Many of us adored these trends, and the fact that they were worn by celebrities, we found them to be so amazing, it was all we needed to confirm we were right to sport them around town!