- Rihanna stepped out in New York City on Sunday wearing an all-white ensemble that looked like it came straight out of the early 2000s.
- She donned a strapless white dress, heeled flip flops, and layers of diamond jewelry.
- The fashion mogul also accessorized with a white handbag and sunglasses.
- Still, Rihanna isn’t the only celebrity to bring back early-2000s fashion. Stars like Travis Scott and Bella Hadid have also been spotted wearing now-vintage styles, like Von Dutch hats and bedazzled shirts.
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Though some people argue that you shouldn’t wear white after Labor Day, Rihanna doesn’t seem to agree with the rule.
On Sunday, the multihyphenate star stepped out in an all-white ensemble that looked like it came straight from the early 2000s, wearing a strapless white dress with a matching handbag and heeled flip flops. To add some sparkle, Rihanna completed her look with layers of diamond necklaces and bracelets.
For makeup, the Fenty Beauty founder opted for a smokey eye look and brown-toned lip gloss.
Earlier in the night, she also wore a pair of narrow sunglasses that perfectly matched her outfit.
Rihanna’s recent footwear choice points to a larger trend happening within the fashion industry
ASOS’s version of the shoe is available in neon pink, and can be purchased for $48.
On the GUESS website, this studded black pair is being sold for $45.
Heeled sandals are just one of many fashion trends celebrities are trying to bring back from the early aughts
On Thursday, Bella Hadid also stepped out in a Y2K-inspired outfit.
She wore a tank top held together by crystals, a Christian Dior logo necklace, and an animal-print handbag. Her makeup also seemed to be inspired by the early 2000s, as she wore bright pink blush and stark white eye shadow.
Even earlier, Travis Scott attended the 2018 Video Music Awards wearing a camouflage hat from Von Dutch, a 2000s brand that Kendall Jenner has also been spotted wearing.
Whether you love them or hate them, it’s clear that some early-2000s fashion trends are here to stay.