I tried on my mom's Y2K bikini with matching skirt and I'm 'obsessed' – everyone says the same thing | The Sun

THIS vintage thrifter had tried on her mom's Y2K bikini with a matching skirt and she was "obsessed" with it.

Viewers flooded the comment section to tell the woman how cute she looked in the bikini set after she posted the poolside outfit on TikTok.

The thrifting queen who goes by Ray of Angela found a bikini set from the early 2000s at her mom's house.

"One of my favorite things to do is to go through her old clothes and decide what to wear for the day," Angela said in the video, referring to her mother's wardrobe.

Angela filmed herself in a strapless orange bikini top with a lime green tie in the middle.

She also had a sheer lime green skirt that covered her bikini bottoms.

"Today was a pool day, so I pulled out this bikini set with this matching skirt and [her mom] said it was from like 2005ish," Angela said.

She added: "I'm obsessed."

Viewers seemed to be obsessed as well with one saying "those colors are so cute on you!"

Another commenter said: "Love that one."

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"Your mom was such a baddie!! so cute!!" a third wrote.

To which Angela replied: "She was and still is!!"

One viewer noticed something familiar about the orange and green color scheme: "Gives Nickelodeon 2000s vibes."

Another TikToker tried on her grandma's vintage '90s bikini.

Tyffany (@breakfastwithtyffany07) tried on a hot pink two-piece swimsuit that originated from the late 80s to early 90s.

"It's so pretty. It's so pretty," she said in the video.

"Granny has style!" she added.

Her one gripe with the swimsuit was that she wished the top had adjustable straps so it could fit a bit tighter.

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