StyleSeer: Trends that will dominate in 2020

2019 was a great year for fashion from the resurgence of some great 90s moments to Red Carpet history making moments by some of our favorite stars, it seems hard to top it off. I mean, how does one keep up with the hamster wheel that is ever changing trends? Luckily for you, you’ve got Wow and we are going to help you navigate your way into an A+ style in 2020. Here are the trends you wardrobe needs to survive the turn of the decade.


Something Blue:

Really “Classic Blue” has been proclaimed by the color gods Pantone as the color of the year and we do not hate it. Blue is the soothing calm you wardrobe needs and the color signifies a lot of positives like stability and royalty but more to the point it is one of those rare color that stand out on any skin tone. It doesn’t matter if you like bolder pieces that push the boundaries or a more classic style, explore your blue and shine.


Monochrome Madness:

A lot of vintage looks are back again and none as prevalent as layering different shades of a singular color. From soft pastels to the original black and white monochrome give your look a dash of sophistication worthy of the new decade.


Colorful Leather:

While black leather looks abound in 2019 and we know leather will never go out of style for 2020 the trend will metamorphose into brightly colored leather looks. Add that stylishly bright leather jacket to spice up your look and smile your way into trendsetter status.


Neon Fever:

The 70s are the new 20s if this trend is anything to go by. It’s loud, it’s bold and it is not for the faint of heart. Electric yellow, slime green and tropical prints will be loud and proud throughout the year. This is a trend that will make you stand out through the year. Do you dare to be bold?


Underwear as Outerwear:

Hate underwire bras? Welcome to the best decade of your life. This is the year of the bralette. Move those crop tops over to make room for comfy lacy bralettes paired with your favorite pair of jeans or added to that power suit for that feminine touch.


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Kaia Gerber on the catwalk
Givenchy show, Runway, Spring Summer 2020, Paris Fashion Week, France

The Suit Life:

Speaking of suits… Let’s face it, suits are never not in and right now they are hotter than ever. We’re basically swimming in suits, drowning in suits and loving it. Do us and your wardrobe a favor and get you some suits!


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Model on the catwalk
Area show, Runway, Spring Summer 2020, New York Fashion Week, USA

Androgynous Anonymous:

If you’ve somehow never been on Billie Eilish and Billy Porter’s internet, then you have no idea what fires gender conversations have started (and we are judging you for it). We are talking comfort, athlesuire and the ease of pairing the obviously masculine with the delicately feminine. Mixing and matching gender expression through clothes is a definite trend of 2020.


Neutral is the New Cool:

If none of the bright splashy colors appeal to your more muted sense of style, have no fear for you may remain neutral loving and still be in tune with the trends this year. Style your way to effortless chicness by adding softer details like ruffles or pleats to stand out while wearing the softer colors.



Bermuda (The Shorts, not the Triangle):

These shorts-length slacks are a great way to freshen up your suit looks. Just throw on a blazer or a blouse and a sleek hair-do and you will have your co-workers side-eyeing you in total jealousy.


Slouchy Sweaters:

These updated button-down knit wear is exactly the missing piece your casual wear wardrobe needs. Layer up with them or just turn them into shirts better yet find those oversized cardigans and turn them into fun sweater dresses. No matter what you do, turn this year’s most comfortable trend into an experience in style.


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