Something from out: 3 fashion trends that we will no longer wear in 2020 (plus 3 new trend parts)

Our good fashion resolution for 2020? Start your time in Corona with a perfectly sorted wardrobe! This means that we are now sorting out everything that does not fit or that is not needed and we are separating ourselves from the looks that are finally out of date in the new fashion year.

We help a little with the decision and tell you which three fashion trendsyou can now say goodbye to – and which we would like to welcome in 2020. 

Goodbye! These 3 fashion trends are out in 2020 (and we’ll wear them instead) 

Let’s say goodbye: sock boots

Let’s welcome: Chunky Boots

Sock boots that hug your ankles are finally out in 2020 and will be replaced by cool chunky boots . These are, so to speak, the winter version of chunky sneakers and come with comfortable, flat soles and a wide trekking profile – ideal for muddy snow days. Our styling tip: We combine the rocking statement boots in a style break to elegant winter outfits.

Stylist Géraldine Boublil wears chunky Prada boots


Blogger Caro Daur styles chunky boots with a black wool coat and blouse


Let’s say goodbye: neon colors

Let’s welcome: blue

Neon colors between lime green and highlighter pink were among our fashionable summer flirts. With the turn of the year, however, we completely said goodbye to the flashy nuances. Instead, we welcome pretty blue tones in the wardrobe – inspired by the Pantone trend color of the year “Classic Blue”. A powerful tone that still looks very elegant and is much more suitable for everyday use than neon.  cheap formal dresses online


Fashion professional Linda Tol (left) wears a complete outfit in the new trend color


Let’s say goodbye: satin skirts

Let us welcome: pleated skirts + dresses

Whether in shimmering ivory shades or with a leo print: satin skirts were the must-have in 2019, but we were getting fed up with the flowing midi skirts. In 2020, however, pleated parts will bring a breath of fresh air to your wardrobe. In addition to the classic pleated skirt , we are now also investing in long dresses with pleated details. A very feminine look that can be styled super modern with warm knits and casual boots.

Blogger Nina Sandbech in a red pleated skirt and leather shirt


Super elegant: Géraldine Boublil in a long pleated dress


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