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Private Icon: Charlie’s Angels

The crime-fighting trio were coordinated in a slew of Y2K ‘fits.

The 2000 cult-classic film Charlie’s Angels not only starred our favorite trio of elite private investigators but also some of the best fashion we’ve seen on the big screen. Despite their high-risk day-to-day tasks, the crime-fighting crew was often seen in elevated black-and-white looks, camo-printed ‘fits, and, of course, beloved Y2K styles, from studded denim to gradient sunnies.

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Take a look back at the wardrobes of Natalie Cook (Cameron Diaz), Dylan Sanders (Drew Barrymore), and Alex Munday (Lucy Liu) to see how you can recreate them, ahead.

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A classic black-and-white outfit was never boring on our favorite crime-fighting trio.

These high-waisted bottoms from Express are exactly what our Charlie’s Angels would wear. For a more modern approach, pair them with its matching cropped blazer.

Dad Shirt
Cotton On

Natalie Cook loved a good white button-down, and this one from Cotton On is not only budget-friendly but it comes oversized for a more comfy fit.

Edwina Boots
Vagabond

And you have to complete the outfit with a pair of square-toed shoes. The Edwina boots from Vagabond are made with leather and have a sturdy heel.

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Camouflage never looked so good before our beloved Charlie’s Angels.

You can cop a camo-printed vest for an unbeatable price on ThredUp, with so many more to choose from on the resale site.

Cargo-style bottoms are the latest throwback style to make a comeback, so why not get them in camouflage?

SPORTY BABY RIB CROP TANK
Los Angeles Apparel

A cropped tank is a wardrobe must-have, so you might as well add this forever top in cool chocolate brown to your closet now.

A custom engraved pendant necklace? Yes, please!

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The trio made gradient sunglasses and studded denim jackets the “It” items of 2000.

ICYMI, Dylan’s studded denim jacket is coming back on our trend radar.

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Of course a Y2K ‘fit isn’t complete without some gradient sunglasses. Urban Outfitters just dropped a pair that’s so on point.

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