I Dressed Like It Was 2007

Saturday, December 9, 2017

I Dressed Like It Was 2007

I styled 3 outfits inspired by the popular fashions of a decade ago! Let me know what you think of my ~lookbook~ and if you want to see more of these!

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Teen People What’s Next In New Talent In 2004 / Mark Mainz
Ivar Nightclub Grand Opening Party / Ray Mickshaw
Paris Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2007 – Jean-Paul Gaultier / Karl Prouse
Family Guy’s 100th Episode Party – Arrivals / Mark Davis
Claudia Jordan’s Birthday Party / M. Phillips
Carmen Electra How To Be Sexy Los Angeles Book Signing / Jon Kopaloff
Mischa Barton Sighting at La Conversation Cafe / Chris Wolf
Queen Latifah Visits and Ciara Hosts MTV’s ‘TRL’ – March 5, 2007 / Jemal Countess
KIIS-FM Wango Tango 2007 – Arrivals / Jean-Paul Aussenard
Avril Lavigne’s Pre-Showcase Photocall – June 26, 2007 / Lalo Yasky
Photo of Avril LAVIGNE / Ross Gilmore
2007 Teen Choice Awards – Arrivals / Jeffrey Mayer
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  1. Safiya Nygaard says:

    HELLO LOVES! What do you guys think of this video?? What year do you want to see next?? I hope you like it! Love, Saf

  2. Aurora Borealis says:

    I was 14 going on 15 too and I hated everyone's clothing around that time. I went from goth to emo to scene so I bet everyone hated my clothes too lmao.

  3. Dope Gaming Videos says:

    In 2007 I was born

  4. The barbie Show says:

    Do a dress like it was 2000 & 2003

  5. abby del rey says:

    OH MY GOD THE BALLET FLATS i never stopped wearing those until 2011

  6. I love my mom Britain is awesome says:

    2007 is when I was born so technically I was alive

  7. Angie T says:

    I kinda dislike how you dance around instead of stand still when you're in a self-induced spotlight, it's like your defense mechanism during times where you may draw attention to yourself, rather than just not giving a fuck and staying still

  8. Kelsey C says:

    the medium wash flared jeans were all i wore throughout the late 2000s

  9. Nautical Vulpine says:

    I still have my '07 emo days. Studded bets, knee high socks, stripes, plaid and band shirts. Those were the good days.

  10. Savannah MonBeck says:

    I was born in 2007 #youngesquad

  11. Cutie AA says:

    I was born in 2006

  12. Xiomara Romero says:

    these ain't glasses these is clout goggles

  13. Hope mcgallion 123 says:

    FALL OUT BOY YUSSSSSSS!!!!! I’m way to emo for this ;-;

  14. happymicks says:

    I was 3 in 2007

  15. Kingaa says:

    in 2007 I was 2 :3

  16. gulammohiuddin siddiqui says:

    Our school uniform is a skirt and girls are forced to not wear the skirts(designed by the school) as it is, but instead wear leggings inside. From below knee to full length leggings even in summer. So we have to wear layers in 50°C(our maximum temperature) too.

  17. Georgia Carniato says:

    you missed adding the tie over the tshirt for the last look haha

  18. Aranel Zelda says:

    8:10 I CANT DO THISSSS I had this exact outfit in middle school/ high school

  19. Aranel Zelda says:

    she would look super cute with straight across bangs

  20. the shadow says:

    Omg she looks so hot emo….

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