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10 Biggest Fashion Trends That Will Rule 2020


Year 2020 has only started, but the fashion world is already buzzing with new trends and chic styles from the world’s biggest runways. We are facing some major changes this year (the skirts are finally back!) and a few trends are making a blazing comeback (neons, florals, and more neons). Just wait till you see what they’ve done with leather and the timeless polka dot! Here are 10 biggest fashion trends that will rule 2020.

Glowing neons

Yep, neons are back in the game, glowing on the runways like never before. Designers like Tom Ford and Christopher John Rogers set their catwalks on fire with bright oranges, blazing greens, and burning pinks. You might think neon is a bit too much (which it is), but you should at least give it a try. It does wonders for one’s confidence!

Bold florals

Florals are going big in the upcoming year – quite literally! Bold floral patterns and even bouquets are all over 2020 runway shows. The trend isn’t new, but this time florals will do all the talking, so don’t go overboard with accessories and styling – keep it simple. Designers also suggest to go with the florals that aren’t bigger than the palm of your hand.

Feminine puffed sleeves

This style is far from new, but it just keeps coming back in various forms, creating fascinating feminine looks on the runways. Designers admit it’s the perfect styling hack to balance out your figure as puffed sleeves make the rest of you look thinner (especially the waist). It’s definitely something for all figure types!

Sleek western wear

Western wear was really huge back in 2019, then it’s popularity dwindled, and now it’s back in the game again! Especially the cowboy boots. Pair them with flirty garments or simple dresses, wear them in summer, spring, or autumn, and don’t forget to accessorise accordingly.

Fun colored leather

It’s time to ditch your sad black leather jacket and opt for a more colourful and fun dyed leather look. I’m talking not only about jackets, but also about shirts, coats, and dresses. 2020 is the leathery year and you’ll see it everywhere.


High-shine wear

It’s all about metallic, glitter, and sequins in 2020. Designers combine sparkly materials to create simple silhouettes not only for evening wear, but for casual style as well. There’s no need to wait for a special occasion to get all wild and sparkly – you can do it every day! Just remember that golds and bronzes go best with warm colours, while grey and silver look especially good with navy blue and other cooler tones.

Crocheted tops and dresses

This late-60s trend is back and it looks like nothing your grandma used to wear back in the day! Well, maybe your grandma was hip and her dresses looked the part, but rest assured that the new crochet trend will bring you the most elegant and sophisticated designs. Crocheted dresses, tops, and other clothing items are making their way into the fashion market as we speak. If you’re crafty enough, you can create your own unforgettable looks!

Statement accessories

It’s time you let your inner goddess out and accessorised to the maximum! Bangles, hoops, and huge necklaces will be all the rage in 2020, and the more, the better. Jewellery will definitely get bigger in size this year, so make your choices wisely and try not to go too over the top with your accessories (a little over the top is fine, though).

The ‘happy’ tangerine hue

2020 is all about being bright, vibrant, and making a statement with your look. Maybe that’s why the runways are dominated by shades of orange, tangerine, and similar citrus colours. They are reminiscent of warm places, vacations, and tropical escapes – all happy things, and that’s exactly why so many designers are bringing this shade into their runway shows.

Happy polka dots

Another style that will try to hit all your happy buttons this year is polka dot. Zendaya’s collaboration with Tommy Hilfiger brought the famous 70s style back (with a twist) and it’s here to stay. Be ready for some effortless chic dresses, sophisticated suits, and even accessories like hats and handbags.