You did not live in the 2000’s unless you owned a Juicy Couture tracksuit. These velour sweatshirts and sweatpants were all the rage ten years ago, the color of the pants matches the color of the sweatshirt, and the velour is soft and fuzzy to the touch. Many of the tracksuits have “JUICY” written across the butt in glitter or rhinestones. What was it about these tracksuits that were so popular? Was it the comfiness? Was it the way these tracksuits made you look so fashionable? Was it the way those pants made your booty pop? Whatever it was, Juicy tracksuits were also popular among celebrities.
Paris Hilton, Kim Kardashian, Rihanna, and Britney Spears were among the most famous celebrities rocking these tracksuits. Ugg boots, flip flops, and Adidas sneakers were the popular choice of shoes to pair with this trend.
But around 2010, the colorful velour tracksuits became less and less popular. The sweatpants were replaced with yoga pants and ripped jeans, and instead of zip-up hoodies, oversized tees and plaid shirts were worn.
Recently, many people have been talking about bringing back the Juicy Couture tracksuit trend.
And many people, including celebrities, have decided to rock the look again. On January 22, the queen Rihanna left her dentist appointment in Manhattan in a stunning, fire red Juicy Couture tracksuit.
Instead of pairing the tracksuit with chestnut Ugg boots, she wore metallic Vetements ankle boots and an oversized yet sexy biker jacket.
Rihanna isn’t the only queen to have worn a Juicy tracksuit in 2017. Kylie Jenner, the queen of Snapchat, showed off her ASSets in her Juicy Couture tracksuit to her millions of followers on snapchat.
And since nearly EVERYTHING Kylie does becomes a trend (lip kits, ramen, teal extensions, etc.) does this mean some people are going to start wearing Juicy Couture tracksuits again because they want to be like King Kylie?
Well, only time will tell. But since it’s only January, that means we have 11 more months to find out if Juicy Couture tracksuits will be the biggest trend of 2017.