After the calming less excessive time of the Nineteen Nineties it seemed that this trend would pretty much continue into the Noughties. Denim was still popular and the music scene was still having a huge impact. There was now a thinning of the influence. The rise and importance of R and B, Rap, Gangsta and Grime was all being felt and the fashions began to reflect this. Not only that the use of the Internet was finally realised with the start of the Youtube influencer offering yet more insight and shaping of fashion. One thing that started to be picked up by the new waves of infencers was Superdry Clothes. If you are interested in getting some new togs from the firm try https://www.louisboyd.co.uk/brands/superdry.html before anyone else.
Film was also playing into the influence game. The trench coat suddenly found itself thrown back into the mix with the movie The Matrix. For men the Cardigan also suddenly appeared to be a popular form of clothing as was the embellishment of jeans and denim jackets. Jeans and Denim have always been popular but it seems that in the Noughties there was an attempt to reclaim them and reinvent them for a modern age.
In terms of hats for some reason everyone wore Von Dutch baseball caps for awhile. Like the Frankie Says Relax t-shirt explosion in the 1980’s the thing seemed to have a life of its own. For women it was the introduction of the jeggings, an embellished legging derivative that still holds sway some twenty years later.