Paris Hilton admits she still wears cheap Juicy Couture tracksuits

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We were also busy texting and running out of credit on our Nokia 3200. You know, the one with the flashing lights?

A large percentage of our time was also spent glued to our TV screens watching the The Simple Life, the pre-Kardashian era’s answer to reality TV.

The show featured original socialites, Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie, pretending to be friends and trying their hand at regular, everyday activities such as mucking out a cow shed in stilettos.

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It was bizarre but pretty bloody hilarious. One thing we totally loved about the show was Paris’ sartorial flare.

Her outfits largely consisted of RaRa skirts, vest tops and over-sized sunglasses. But it was her off-duty Juicy Couture tracksuits that really stole the show.

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She appeared to have one in every colour and we tried to our best to make our rip-off versions look just as glam.

Now it seems 2003 lives on forever in Paris’ world, as she recently revealed her love for all things velour and Juicy Couture outlet is alive and well.

“I love Juicy sweatsuits. I’ve never stopped wearing them,” she explained in an interview with Vogue.

“I think they’re so comfortable and I love the colours. They’re great for travelling or just chilling at your house,” she continued.

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Brb, we’re off to dig out our Uggs and fave velour trackies.

In other Paris Hilton news (Yes, there’s more), Kim Kardashian recently broke her social media silence to follow her frenemy Paris on Instagram. Maybe she was looking for some Juicy Couture fashion inspo?

Kim’s assistant also hinted at a return to social media as she shared the most glamorous throwback pictures we’ve ever seen on Kim’s website.

How Cheap Juicy Couture Brought The Tracksuit Back For Everyone

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Track is back. Juicy Couture is making certain of it. Thanks to a ’90s trend resurgence, those velour tracksuits you, all your cool friends, and Jessica Simpson wore practically every day in the early 2000s have a 2016 capsule collection launching in Bloomingdale’s. And people are freakin’ stoked (like, actually, unironically stoked) to slide their legs and arms back into those velvety pieces. The enthusiasm is so high, it may only be a matter of time before everyone is wearing tiered ruffle skirts and neckties as belts again too.

It sure seemed like the Juicy Couture tracksuit was retired for good around the same time everyone started caring more about Emma Watson than Paris Hilton. JC will forever be a beloved brand, but when even the founders said they’d probably never wear a pink tracksuit again, the glory days when Britney Spears was handing them out at her wedding were almost certainly in the past. So how did the Juicy Jumpsuit go from a must-have fashion item in 2001 to a Ben Affleck punchline in 2004 to a highly anticipated launch in 2016? The fashion gods are fickle, and it looks like the tides are turning back in Juicy’s favor.

To understand how cheap Juicy Couture made tracksuits great again in 2016, we should backtrack to the brand’s first surge of popularity. Juicy founders Pamela Skaist-Levy and Angela Nash (now Nash-Taylor), met in 1988, then launched a maternity line with just $200. They then shifted their focus to cheap tee shirts, which naturally led to loungewear. Juicy Couture was founded in 1997; the classic tracksuit was launched in 2001.

Paris Hilton is “Still Obsessed” Together With Her Juicy Couture Tracksuits Sweat

Ever admiration what Paris Hilton, the acknowledged queen of early-aughts comfort-wear, did with her massive accumulating of velour Juicy Couture Tracksuits sweat?

She kept them all — and she still wears them!

“Oh yeah, I accept them all,” she afresh told People. “I consistently abrasion them. I’m still obsessed. I don’t like added sweatpants—there are so abounding [new brands] but they’re all bound at the bottom. I like Juicy because they’re open, and you can abrasion tennis shoes and still get them on.”

LOS ANGELES, CA - SEPTEMBER 12: Paris Hilton arrives at Los Angeles International Airport on September 12, 2011 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by BuzzFoto/BuzzFoto/FilmMagic)

The above affair girl-turned-mogul, who now has 70 Paris Hilton food across and a aroma line, says annihilation is bigger for traveling in than her accurate Juicy sweats. “I acclimated to just abrasion them everywhere, but now I’ll consistently abrasion a beautiful accouterments to the airport because I apperceive there’s traveling to be anyone there demography pictures. But again I’ll change into them on the plane,” she says. “Because if you’re cutting covering pants through 20-hour flight, it’s horrible.”

If you’ve gotten rid of your set from 2001 but you’re still appetite some Instagram #tbt accouterments vibes, we accept acceptable news: Kohls has adored the iconic diaphoresis set. Plus, the prices are way lower than the $100 you acclimated to accept to absorb to get just bisected the set. The hoodies (which appear in debris and with a bedazzled logo) are on auction appropriate now for $40.50 down from $54. The pants (which appear in the aboriginal bootcut contour and a added of-the-moment tighter leg) are just $37.50 down from $50.

As an aficionado of the brand, Hilton says she’s captivated they’re authoritative a comeback. “They’re so comfortable,” she says. “If I’m not traveling to an event, I am actually still in my cheap juicy couture. Actually, I charge to buy some new ones soon, because abundance are so old!”

The 2016 Guide to Juicy Couture Tracksuits Outlet

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By now you’ve probably heard that a Juicy Couture tracksuit revival is upon us—that the beloved early-aughts ensemble is poised for a triumphant return, and that velour will once again be a key term in the fashion lexicon. And it’s true: #trackisback.

With a range of cheap Juicy Couture separates now exclusively available through the 100% Bloomingdale’s collection, you can shop the trend right this second—be it for the first time, or to add to a collection you started during the original tracksuit heyday.

For nostalgia’s sake, we’ve rounded up some throwback shots of celebs in their now-iconic tracksuits, and added a few recent sightings for modern-day styling inspiration as you peruse the current offerings. Here’s to welcoming our first athleisure love back into the fray.

Cheap Juicy Couture Tracksuit Is Now a Relic in a Museum

— The early 2000s mainstay is reliving its glory days at the Victoria and Albert museum.

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If you say you’ve never owned a Juicy Couture tracksuit, you’re almost certainly lying. Those high-end sweats with that memorable ‘J’ zipper pull was the unofficial uniform of the early aughts—bonus points if you wore them with Uggs. Styles came in terrycloth (for summer, obviously) and signature velour in every color of the rainbow, often with the word ‘Juicy’ embroidered or bedazzled in an arch across the butt (CLASSY). It was athleisure before athleisure was a thing, and before designers like Alexander Wang took the theme to more minimalist, luxe territory. And literally every female in America had at least one set in her closet, whether she was a Hollywood celeb or a middle school queen bee.

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Since then, we’ve said goodbye to the regrettable, albeit fondly nostalgic trend. Juicy Couture outlet announced last year that it would be shuttering all U.S. stores. The tracksuits that once topped our holiday wish lists and symbolized our cool girl status now clutter the sale racks at Kohl’s, marked with those glaring red stickers that might as well read R.I.P. instead of $29.99. And if that weren’t enough to make it an official relic of the past, this certainly is.

The Victoria and Albert Museum in London announced a new exhibition that will launch in April 2016, titled, ‘Undressed: A Brief History of Underwear’. Alongside the antique corsets, 18th century bloomers, and (more enticingly) the sheer naked dress famously worn by Kate Moss in 1993, the exhibition will feature a 2004 version of the cheap Juicy Couture tracksuit in traditional bubblegum pink.

Our favorite thing to wear ten years ago is now a piece in a museum. We officially feel old.