These Will Be the Biggest Fashion Trends of 2020

Enter the new decade in style!

Out with the old and in with all the new–a fresh year is the perfect time to upgrade up your wardrobe with some key pieces. While we're sad to leave the '10s behind, the '20s are sure to have exciting things in store, including a slew of new fashion trends that we're eager and ready to wear. Ahead, the biggest trends you'll want to pick up in 2020.

Retro Sneakers

Say bye bye to those chunky dad sneakers and hello to all things retro. Not to fear, sneakers will still be trending per usual, but for 2020 it's all about bringing back classic styles, like Stan Smiths, Reeboks and the Nike Cortez.


Longer Hem Straight Leg Jeans

After years of the crop pant reigning supreme, the new decade is also ushering in a new silhouette by way of longer hemlines. Instead of reaching for skinny ankle crops, trade them in for looser, floor-grazing lengths.

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Subtle Chunky Jewels

We know what you're thinking–you love dainty jewelry, but rest assured, 2020's subtle but chunky jewelry mixes well with your daily dainty pieces. We're excited by braided gold chains, chunky hoops and thicker stacked bands.

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Leather Blazers

For a totally '80s twist, look to the leather blazer. Sure, we still love our go-to moto jackets, but consider the leather blazer your cooler outerwear option this year.

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Cardigans as Tops

We love a cardigan–but one thing we love more? Cardigans as tops! Size down so it's more snug than usual, and tuck it in to all your high waisted jeans. So chic.


Square Toe Mules

The square toe made major waves in the '00s, and they're back in all their Pilgrim-esque glory. Opt for a square toe mule in 2020 to pair with everything from mini dresses to jeans.

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Now that we know what's in store for 2020, HERE are five trends we should all leave behind from 2019.