Whereas many are dressing particularly to suit the Bratz aesthetic, it needs to be famous that a lot of the traits worn by the dolls — tiny skirts, clashing prints, platform boots, mini baggage, and fuzzy equipment — additionally align with the present return of Y2K fashion
. This may clarify why Olivia Rodrigo, Emma Chamberlain
, Iris Apatow, and different Gen Z influencers look like dressing like Bratz dolls, too. In June, Rodrigo posted a slideshow of images that includes herself carrying a corset-like plaid mini costume with knee-high patent leather-based platforms, her hair tied in two tiny pigtails. Under the picture, Instagram person Stephenie Smith
commented what we have been all considering: “Jade Bratz doll IRL.” The “Deja Vu” singer continued the streak within the just-released music video for “Brutal,”
which featured Demonia platform boots
, a rhinestone tank prime, butterfly clips, and multicolored hair extensions — a Bratz signature.