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Y2K Inspired Spring Fashion Trends

April 02, 2023

Y2K Inspired Spring Fashion Trends

Grind Pretty Fest 3.0 is loading and in Y2K style! Heavily inspired by the music and culture of the early 2000s. Think low-rise baggy jeans, crop tops, miniskirts, animal prints, and many bright colors. This aesthetic seems to keep finding its way back, but with a modern twist, and we can’t wait to see you in it. Grind Pretty Fest will be a fun interactive two-day experience filled with workshops, live music, shopping, and much more! On Day 1, we recommend dressing cute and casual to enjoy the full day of festivities. On Day 2, you may want to dress up a bit more to make a good impression for the VIP brunch and live podcast. Expect to see women from all over learning and connecting dressed in all things bold and electric from clothing to accessories. And we want to see you there dressed in your most retro style!  Here are some recommended pieces that will help you look and feel your best the Y2K way!

Crop Tops

Looking to be edgy? You can never go wrong with a crop and splash of skin.


NA-KD, $30


FWRD, $138

Jacquemus, $151


Going for a modern Y2K feel? Metallic always seems to add a futuristic look and is perfect for those wanting to make a statement.


FWRD, $595

NA-KD, $100


AKIRA, $80


Denim will always be classic, but the low rise, extra baggy, and distressed look gives a Y2K makeover.

  ASOS, $27




Throwback-inspired extras to consider are hats, sunglasses, and chunky heels as they top the fit off!


REVOLVE, $575 



 Coming to Grind Pretty Fest? Be sure to tag your GRWM reels and looks to

#grindprettyfest + #Y2KGrindPretty for a chance to win prizes!

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