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Here’s Proof That Blythe Is Nailing The Y2K Style

We're here for Blythe's style evolution!

Andrea Brillantes (or Blythe as most lovingly call her these days), may mostly be known for her sweet girl style, but thanks to her stylist Eldzs Mejia, she’s slowly been upping her fashion game with Y2K trends—which is apt, given she was born in the early aughts. With her antagonist role as Marga Mondragon, it’s not difficult to see Blythe portraying roles similar to Ashley Tisdale’s Sharpay Evans (who didn’t deserve to be villainized, TBH) or Elle Woods in Legally Blonde. From the sparkly butterfly top to her paisley outfit, Blythe effortlessly nails the Y2K style.

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1. When she wore this butterfly ensemble

The icy blue butterfly ensemble by local designer Thian Rodriguez on Blythe was to die for. She was serving Y2K pop star and teen royalty style all at the same time during her ASAP performance.

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2. This paisley look ala Christina Aguilera’s Dirrty era

We will never get tired of this red paisley look. Not only did it bring out Blythe’s edgy side, but the print also lengthened her frame.

3. This cotton candy look was a moment

Admit it, if you saw this outfit as a teenager, you’d wanna cop the exact same look. This pastel pink dress by local designer Carl Arcusa is giving us Paris Hilton and Sharpay Evans vibes through and through!

4. As a Y2K baby doll in a mesh tattoo top

Blythe wearing a mesh top similar to a Jean Paul Gaultier archive piece styled with some denim cutoffs and boots has 2000s Lindsay Lohan shaking in her boots. We also love how she wore a dark lip color far from her usual lip gloss.

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5. Blythe in a pair of colorful chunky Crocs

Nothing screams Y2K than a pair of low waist jeans, a baby doll tee, and funky footwear, in this case, Crocs. Could Blythe be making the “gas station run” look a thing nowadays?