Nine Late-Aughts Trends You're Likely to Spot in The Bling Ring

There are a good handful of reasons I can't wait to see The Bling Ring this weekend—Sofia Coppola's one of my absolute favorite directors, for one, and I basically devoured Nancy Jo Sales' recently-released novel on the events that inspired the film. But above all, what I'm most excited to see are those love-'em-or-hate-'em late-aughts trends so essential to the story itself. Yep, I'm talking UGGs, oversized fur vests, second-skin bandage dresses and all the other trends outlined in the slideshow below—the looks that prompted those thieving teens to burglarize Hollywood homes in the first place.

Click through to take a trip down memory lane and revisit some of the trends that made major waves in 2008 and 2009, when the real-life story took place—as modeled by the actual Bling Ring victims and targets, of course.

Matchy-Matchy Tracksuits

Sometimes, I long for the days when slipping on sweatpants and zipping up a matching hoodie was enough to make you on-trend. Then I remember how sloppy we all looked wearing them.

Paris Hilton (From left: WireImage, Getty Images, FilmMagic)