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The Elephant Shorts of Your Childhood Are Back

They're giant, they're flared, and they're back.
IMAGE SSENSE/LOUIS VUITTON/SSENSE
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The '90s have been back in a big way for a while now. From belt bags and corduroy to tiny sunglasses, we've seen just about every trend from way back recycled to today. But another era is making its way down to fashion week and its runways: The 2000s.

Nearly 20 years ago, we all dressed in flared everything. Even shorts weren't an exception. Though the 2000s trend has been brewing for quite a while, we never quite expected giant shorts to make such a sudden return. But as it seems, one should never say never. Here, we've picked out the best elephant shorts you can buy right now just in case you want to be ahead of the game.

Jacquemus White Denim 'Le Short Pêcheur' Shorts


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One of the first to push flared shorts was French fashion designer Simon Porte Jacquemus. His update with this casual pair makes it perfect to wear for summer days at the beach with a henley or a polo.

$335, ssense.com

Louis Vuitton Tailored Shorts


If Virgil Abloh is riding onto a trend, then you know everyone's gonna follow. Style it like Louis Vuitton with a monochromatic look and your best pair of sneakers.

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$995, louisvuitton.com

Maison Margiela Grey Pinstripe Shorts


Tone down the pinstripe by wearing it with a graphic shirt and a pair of loafers.

$725, ssense.com

Prada Grey Poplin Shorts


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Prada's spring runway was full of shorts paired with blazers and turtlenecks—something you'd expect from the brand's signature quirky aesthetic.

$690, ssense.com

Zara Belted Technical Bermuda Shorts


Make it all black everything with this pair from Zara.

P2,295, zara.com

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Paolo Chua
Paolo Chua is the Associate Style Editor of Esquire Philippines.
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