In between all of the exciting Marvel, Fox and Pixar content, we finally have access to all of the Disney Channel shows characters who helped to shape our early childhoods, including our style choices. So before we dive into a time machine back to the early aughts (read: hibernate all weekend while binge streaming Even Stevens), we're taking a walk down memory lane with some of our favorite Disney Channel fashion icons. Prepare for prime '00s era fashion nostalgia replete with layered colored tank tops, impractical accessories (why so many skinny scarves??), and mixed prints (both good and bad).
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Ah, Tawny. Our OG goth queen. Louis Stevens couldn't have had better taste in girls if he tried. Tawny may be better remembered for her outspoken and opinionated personality, but her eccentric fashion choices - from mesh long sleeve tees to an array of colored cargo pants — made her the premiere style icon of the show. Don't mind us while we try to emulate her look that so succinctly captured Hot Topic's heyday.
The Cheetah Girls, The Cheetah Girls
The only thing more iconic than Disney Channel's live-action shows were it's DCOMs. If only because it introduced us to the PG version of Destiny's Child. In case you had any qualms about The Cheetah Girls Sistahs sartorial power, their coordinating outfits are still commonly recreated every Halloween.
Eve, Life Size
Okay, technically Life Size premiered on ABC, but by 2000, Disney already owned the network and debuted the movie during "The Wonderful World of Disney" special, so we're letting this one fly. Eve's Barbie-come-to-life aesthetic is so good it hurts. From her feather trimmed cardigan to her blunt bangs, Tyra Banks' cheery character embodied the look every 2000's teen aspired towards.