Emily Ratajkowski is entering her Y2K style era, and we are honestly living for every single outfit. No stranger to a spot of fashion experimentation, the supermodel was working her way through her extensive shirt and tailored trouser collection at the beginning of the transitional dressing period, but now that autumn is well and truly underway (even winter is just a stone's throw away), Emily has been all about the noughties.
Only recently we were lusting after her incredible camel lace-up knee boots which saw her pay homage to R&B royalty Jennifer Lopez. Rocking a pair of limited-edition collection Timberland heeled boots from a limited-edition collaboration with Danish stylist Veneda Carter, the 31-year-old certainly wouldn't have looked out of place in the background of the music video for Jenny from the Block – in fact, can we make that happen?
Back to reality, and for Emily that means indulging in a spot of sartorial nostalgia. Her most recent style moment, shared on her Instagram Stories with her 29.6m followers, involved a statement denim midi skirt and, frankly, we are obsessed.
Sending the Depop girlies into overload, the supermodel showed off her acid-wash midi piece from the comfort of her (predictably stylish) bedroom. Posing in front of a full-length mirror, Emily exhibited her latest look in all its 2000s-inspired glory.
The supermodel styled her piece (complete with diamante-adorned pockets – Paris Hilton, eat your heart out) alongside a beige stretchy cut-out crop top (strongly reminiscent of cult label Poster Girl's signature aesthetic), a black 1970s-inspired Afghan jacket and pointed slouchy boots.
There's no denying the fact that a seismic life event (i.e. a breakup) can propel you into a whole new era. Since her split with husband Sebastian Bear-McClard, Emily has been killing it style-wise even more than usual – clearly Pete Davidson looks very good on her. Long live Pemily…
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