A Juicy Couture Tracksuit Just Got Placed In A Museum Exhibit
When Jennifer Lopez first swayed her famous backside in a Juicy Couture velour tracksuit, no one knew the plush clothing would become iconic.
According to Harper's Bazaar, a bubblegum pink version of the 2004 relic -- often worn by Paris Hilton, Kim Kardashian and Britney Spears -- will be exhibited at London's Victoria and Albert Museum.
In "Undressed: A Brief History of Underwear," the cozy tracksuit with a charming "J" dangling from its zipper will sit alongside 18th century bloomers and supermodel Kate Moss' 1993 naked dress.
Honestly, we totally understand this trend getting its second 15 minutes of fame.
No matter if they rocked it on red carpets or to math class, every pop-culture icon from Regina George to Paris Hilton owned this basic ensemble.
If this piece of fashion gold isn't already in your closet or safely collecting dust in your parents' attic, you've missed out on owning a girl-world mainstay.
If you're still clinging to the era of trucker hats and "The Simple Life," by all means travel to London anywhere from April 16, 2016, to March 12, 2017. You can relive your rhinestone-encrusted preteen years.
While we have nothing but love for the 90s, we understand your unwavering respect the 2000s.
Come on. Why wouldn't we? The early aughts gave us this unforgettable garment for God's sake.