Bloomingdale's Is Bringing Back Juicy Velour Tracksuits

Adrianna Barrionuevo

If you love a #TBT fashion moment, then you'll love the news you're about to read. Department store giant Bloomingdale's is brining back a handful of early-2000s brands for an exclusive capsule collection, and among them is Juicy Couture. Founders Pamela Skaist-Levy and Gela Nash-Taylor famously turned $200 into the $250 million brand, and we're stoked about the news, given the fact that the sporty two-piece ensemble is making a comeback in 2016.

The four velour separates will be available in women's and girl's sizes and include two jackets ($108 each) and two pant styles ($88 each). Shoppers will also be able to choose between a range of colors from "black to olive to whisper pink," according to Refinery29. The iconic brand's colorful tracksuits may be long gone from our wardrobes, but their impact in the fashion world lives on. Vogue published a piece on how to style a modern-day tracksuit, which is only further proof that the style of the 2000s is well on its way back. You may have to wait until July to get your hands on the famous J-zipper tracksuits, but in the meantime, check out our current tracksuit shopping pick below.

Would you rock a tracksuit again? Tell us in the comments!

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