Rihanna couldn’t help but have a little giggle when Kim Kardashian wore Adidas tracksuit bottoms in Paris this week, and took to Instagram to quietly call out the reality star.
Now, the trackies in question are none other than the ones we all went mental for in the early 2000s.
Yep, they're the button down tracksuit bottoms.
Of course, Kim wore them nothing like we used to and dressed the outfit up by wearing a lace corset top and chunky heels.
Rihanna wore a white pair just a few weeks before, so when a fan account called out Kim on Instagram saying, "Very fenty about the situation @kimkardashian," Riri couldn't help but throw a little shade by commenting a laughing face emoji on the snap.
I wonder would Rihanna call us out if we revived our ones from 2003.
Throwing on tracksuit bottoms used to be a sign that you've totally given up in the style stakes.
Putting your trackies on with an over-sized hoodie made everything comfy and even if you didn't look your *best*, you were warm and cosy and that's all that mattered.
Well, athleisure has taken over the fashion world by storm over the last few seasons and Selena Gomez is the latest celeb to rock the trend.
Except, she rocked it in a pair of tracksuit bottoms that cost more than most of us pay for rent.
Coming in at $665 (€612), it's hard to justify paying that much for trackie bottoms, but I have to say, Selena made the outfit look totally kick-ass.
Athleisure is here to stay, ladies.
Like blue hair mascara, platform Skechers and bleached denim flares, rip-off tracksuit bottoms are one thing we had relegated to the NEVER AGAIN category.
Rip-offs – basically tracksuit bottoms that opened with buttons the whole way up each leg – were intensely coveted by every teen/tween in the Nineties, but thankfully they fell off the radar after a year or two.
Well, until now. Stylist Courtney Smith took to Instagram recently with a photo that sent chills down our spine while also giving us a *bit* of a thrill…
Elverys Sports have confirmed that the humble rip-off tracksuits are indeed "coming back" to stores, though we have no details as to exactly when they'll be stocked.
Fun fact: The official name of these nostalgia-inducing trackies is in fact the Adidas Command Button Tracksuit Pant. Who knew?!
No word yet if the Kappa version is getting a revival, but we're holding out hope.