Travel back in time and relive those glory days with must-haves from the past two decades. Millennium Makeover HOT PANTS The Y2K brought Y2K ways of wearing jeans and pants—namely, tight or slightly-less-tight. Leggings —Diesel DSL ($450). Diesel DSL, shop.55dsl.com Flares —True Religion ($1,400). True Religion, Shop 3085A, IFC Mall, 8 Finance St., Central, 3101-0734. Yoga pants —GPow ($752). GPow, www.gpowathletics.com Capris —Club Couture (Approx. $140). Club Couture, www.clubcouture.cc Skinny jeans —Evisu ($1,990). Evisu, Shop 3086-3087, IFC Mall, 8 Finance St., Central, 2234-7266. Jeggings —Emma ($1,600). Indigo, G/F, 32A Staunton St., Central, 2147-3000. SHOE FETISH The 21st century ushered in and revived a truckload of to-cry-for designer footwear. Ugg boots - ($4,399). Lane Crawford, 1/F-2/F, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, 2118-3668. Crocs - ($398). Crocs, G/F, Lansing House, 47 Queens Rd. Central, 2810-0469. Super pointy toes - like these Jimmy Choo heels ($7,150). Jimmy Choo, Shop G08, The Landmark, 15 Queen’s Rd. Central, 2525-6068. GENDER WARS Innocently borrowing from the boys has spawned an entire industry of “Boyfriend” fashions. Rival your man in an Escada boyfriend blazer ($14,800).Escada, Shop 2066, IFC Mall, 8 Finance St., Central, 2234-7117. POPPING COLLARS The “popped” collar trend extended beyond the preppy polo-ers to the vulnerable masses in the middle of the millennium. Flip yours up with a Nautica red checkered shirt ($830). Nautica, Shop 2006, Elements, 1 Austin Rd. West, West Kowloon, 2196-8550. HOODLUMS Hoodies were the way to go as celebrities and sloppy joes alike adopted this trend with enthusiasm. Look comfy-tough in a Evisu pullover hoodie ($1,890). Evisu, Shop 3086-3087, IFC Mall, 8 Finance St., Central, 2234-7266. Nifty Nineties YELLOW FEVER Mandarin collars and Oriental details became a la mode once more, what with all the attention given to the imminent handover. Satisfy that Asian fetish with a hot qipao from Shanghai Tang ($4,200). Shanghai Tang, 2/F, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, 2918-1505. WEAR IT OVER Underwear as outerwear might have been endorsed by Madonna since the 80s, but it wasn’t until the 90s that the trend caught fire. Get your own sexy nightclub-ready camisole by Bubies ($649). Shop des Createurs, www.shopdescreateurs.com . FRIENDS FERVOR If there was one show that defined the 90s, “Friends” would’ve been it. As testament to the show’s popularity, Jennifer Aniston’s character had a hairstyle that was imitated so much that it was even given its own name: the “Rachel” cut. You can replicate Rachel Green’s look at Hair Do, 15/F, Sogo Club, East Point Centre New Wing, 555 Hennessy Rd., Causeway Bay, 2831-4884. We won’t be able to help you with the dungaree shorts, sadly. GO GOTH The Victorian-esque Goth movement was alive and well in the early to mid-90s, thanks in part to Anne Rice’s sexy vampire novels and their Hollywood interpretations—not to mention The Cure. Get in on the action with Shu Uemura’s false lashes ($100) and black eyeshadow ($110). Shu Uemura, Shop B4, G/F, 59 Russell St., Causeway Bay, 2506-4283. A FLAVOR FOR FLANNEL As part of the whole down-and-dirty grunge movement that started on the American West Coast, 90s youths rocked a fierce all-weather flannel trend that trickled down to those who had nothing to do with the music. Relive those days in a Diesel classic flannel shirt ($800). Diesel, Shop 9, 5/F, Langham Place, 8 Argyle St., Mong Kok, 2195-7741. BALLER Baseball may not be the sexiest sport ever invented, but the baseball jacket was one of the sexiest garments for boys and girls alike. Relive those post-“Field of Dreams” days with an Evisu snap jacket ($3,592). Evisu, Shop 3086-3087, IFC Mall, 8 Finance St., Central, 2234-7266. FLEECE PIECE There was a time in the 90s when anything and everything was made of fleece, a synthetic material thought to be superior to wool—thank God those days are over. Keep warm in a Nine West jacket ($1,700). Nine West, Shop 302A, Phase 1, New Town Plaza, 2-8 Sha Tin Centre St., Sha Tin, 2699-7718 PIERCE THAT NAVEL Alicia Silverstone’s sexy navel in Aerosmith’s ’93 music video for “Cryin’” prompted a whole generation of rebellious belly piercers. Do it the right way at Star Crossed Tattoo & Piercing, 2/F, 57 Granville Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui, 6256-0217, www.starcrossedtattoo.com .