Rachel Charlene Lewis
Updated August 26, 2016
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We seriously need to spend *way* more time thanking Brie Larson for keeping our, er, unique childhood fashion choices (okay, they were awful) alive through her own #TBTs, because we’re not nearly brave enough to share ours.

Yesterday, she shared what was probably her best 2000s #TBT yet:

The caption was a simple, and perfect, “I’m sorry.”

It’s literally the best thing we’ve seen in fashion all week, and we’ve seen a lot.

The 2000s refuse to die, in both a good and bad way.

Her blazer, though, is long gone.

Remember Heatherette? The brand behind the blazer was created by *totally* iconic 2000s fashion designers Richie Rich and Traver Rains in 1999, but its demise was suspected when they stopped being a part of Fashion Week in 2008. The brand dressed totally 2000s faves Pink and Kelis (though our love for them will never end!) and, of course, came up with this ~unique~ blazer.

They also did a collaboration with MAC Cosmetics, complete with outrageously cute, Barbie-esque packaging.

Here’s a few sartorial gems from Heatherette, so we can really bask in 2000s fashion.

Designers Traver Rains and Richie Rich with, obv, Fergie.

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So, so colorful.

Yep, that’s Paris Hilton.

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Does it get any more 2000s?

Plus this shot from 2005 fashion week.

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As Brie Larson said, there’s really nothing to say but sorry.