Cast your minds (way) back to when you were dancing around your bedroom performing your much practised rendition of 'Oops! I did it again'.
Were you by any chance wearing a little something that looked like this Paco Rabanne AW17 top?
We thought so.
In recent seasons we've seen an abundance of nostalgia shimmer onto the catwalks through a wash of metallic chainmail.
Paco Rabanne, Alexandre Vauthier, Julien McDonald, Balmain and Versace (to name a few) have been fully committed to bringing back the noughties trend in all its glory.
However, up until Kendall Jenner's birthday bash last year, the trend wasn't really on our radar.
But as soon as we clapped eyes on that fabulous Paris Hilton 90s number, we wanted all our childhood wardrobes back ASAP. I mean, just. Look. At. It.
Needless to say, that one occasion catapulted the not-so modest chainmail dress back into circulation. But, what about all those sassy crop tops?
Well, it's taken a while but thanks to the Hadid's and Jenner's (duh, who else?), all those wonderfully glitzy tops are going to be back in your wardrobe before you can say, 'that's hot'.
The high-street have heard our cries, and are now selling shimmering halters, sequin boob tubes, diamonte bras - basically, the whole shebang.
have taken inspo from Bella Hadid (and 00s Xtina) and are now selling disco halters of dreams, making us all smile sweet nostalgia.
Meanwhile, in a revelation more shocking than Geri leaving the Spice Girls, glitter boob tubes are now being sold at .
Yep, things have escalated quickly.
If you're sitting there wondering, how on earth am I ever going to style a teeny weeny glitter boob tube into my everyday adult life? Take note from Kendall Jenner who has already bossed it.
Yep, this is one trend we're very glad is back.