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Dresscode Releases Spring Collection Throwing Us Back to Y2K

Dresscode's new collection focuses on the Y2K generation, drawing inspiration from the early 90s to the late 00s.

Local brand ‘Dresscode’, known for its ecstatic colours and fashion forward items, just recently launched their spring collection filled with pieces from several eras, with an emphasis on early 00’s pieces that will drive the Y2K Instabaddies insane.


They got the Scenecore/Emocore royalty covered with their ‘Checked Dreamy PJ’ set. Additionally, if you want to slive and lounge like goddess of the universe herself Paris Hilton (and just in case you were living under a rock, ‘slive’ is a blend of ‘slay’ and ‘live’), then the ‘Pink Lemonade Lounging PJ’ was indeed carefully curated for you. On top of that, their cropped butterfly frill tops ’Glammed in White Top’ and the ‘Wrapped and Pink Top’ are taking us back to Britney’s ‘in the zone’ era.

 

As for the pants category, their arena is animal and abstract prints, though their Zebra Print pants are serving main character realness. It also encompassed all aspects of wide/loose jeans, and nothing screams Y2K more than baggy denim jeans. The spring collection has a selection of trendy knitwear as well that is absolutely euphoria-inducing thanks to its bright pastel colour blends.


If you’ve had your fill of Y2K, Dresscode has a lot more to offer with a wide range of products under their sleeve beyond the realm of fashion. The brandalso delves in the domain of home appliances and chemical-free cosmetics. Try their mango soap and your body will definitely thank you later.

 

The web-based brand ships everywhere across the globe with no shipping fees for exchange and returns, and we’re obviously here for it. Dresscode surprisingly has jeans and trousers for an affordable price range which is a rare occasion for that department of clothing. You can now place your orders for the spring collection on their website, dresscodeme.com.