I’ve personally been. Nacho Average Employee Cinco De Mayo Shirt transfixed by Jennifer Lopezs now-defunct Sweetface label. Boleros were whipped up in lambskin and fox, wrote director of Global Vogue Runway Nicole Phelps of the tacky-fabulous brand back in 2005. Sounds hot. And besides, when the future is so uncertain, why not delve into a really, really luxe past
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The clothes were. Nacho Average Employee Cinco De Mayo Shirt rooted in the early 2000s, with Brognano citing Britney Spears and Paris Hilton as influences. It was a more chaotic time for fashion—all excess, all kitsch, all flashy glamour—but it felt simpler, in the sense that sex came served on a platter in the form of midriff-baring peel-them-off jeans and cleavage-heavy going-out tops. The style doesn’t take a whole lot of thinking about or unpacking, which is something I can certainly appreciate right now.