Kim Kardashian Dares to Bring Back the 2000s Camo Mini Skirt & It’s Even Better Than We Remembered

Kim Kardashian brought back one of the 2000s’ most iconic trends with a new-age flair.

The media personality posed for her 220 million Instagram followers last night in a vintage-inspired camouflage mini skirt. Courtesy of Prada, the military-style design came with a cargo silhouette thanks to its zippered pockets across the sides.

Camo and cargo miniskirts were all the rage decades ago, favorited by the likes of Paris Hilton, Ashley Tisdale, Gwen Stefani and more style stars from the early aughts. The revitalization of the throwback design comes amongst a return of late 1990s and early 2000s trends across the celebrity fashion scene — think square-toe sandals, low-rise pants and bandana headscarves.

To give the silhouette a modern-day upgrade, Kim also modeled a fishnet tank top from Isa Boulder; similar designs from the brand retail for $329 at Farfetch. Fishnet, like retro pieces, is a major trend for celeb style in 2021. Whether it’s a netted gown on the red carpet or Bottega Veneta’s cult-favorite sandals, Rihanna, Kylie Jenner and Dua Lipa are amongst the many who have modeled fishnet fabrics over the past few weeks.

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Julianne Hough steps out in style in a fishnet coverup on the beach in Tulum, Mexico, April 28.

When it comes to her personal style, Kim’s outfit this week is just one of many wild combinations in the television personality‘s closet. Despite the recent news of their filing for divorce, Kim still favors Kanye West’s Yeezy collections for footwear and apparel as well, in addition to sneakers and boots from his Adidas Yeezy line. She styles the pieces with coordinating looks from every hit brand you can think of — the list usually includes Balmain, Balenciaga, Amina Muaddi, Maison Margiela and Bottega Veneta.

In addition to stylish looks on and off the set of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians,” Kim also dipped her toes into the fashion and beauty world with a mix of ventures. She created her Skims shapewear line in 2019, featuring a mix of inclusive designs and now affordable face masks too. Additionally, the media personality also founded her own makeup line, KKW Beauty, in the fall of 2019.

Help bring back the camo skirt trend like Kim Kardashian in these similar designs.

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CREDIT: Courtesy of Farfetch

Buy Now: GCDS Camo Skirt, $187 (was $468).

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CREDIT: Courtesy of Express

Buy Now: Express Camo Skirt, $40 (was $69).

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CREDIT: Courtesy of Neiman Marcus

Buy Now: Alice + Olivia Renna Skirt, $195.

Click through the gallery to discover more of Kim Kardashian’s wild style over the years.

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