With summer slowly approaching, it is time to box up and put away your winter clothing and bring out the shorts and tank tops.
If you are a trendy person and are starting to think your clothes from 2014 are not fitting the 2020 trends, keep reading to see what you should keep around, and what you should donate or throw out.
Mom Jeans or Shorts
While short shorts will probably never go out of style for the hot summer nights, the popular mom jean trend is taking over 2020 one season at a time.
Throughout fall and winter, mom jeans were everywhere, so do not expect anything different when the summer months start to roll around.
Mom shorts, which are just short mom jeans, are already being sold in stores and on online websites everywhere.
A fashionable look for the mom shorts is bringing back the 90s style ultimately, as the shorts often will be paired with graphic shirts with bands on them, usually from the 80s or 90s era.
For the chillier nights, you can find these mom shorts paired with flannels, often tied into a knot in the middle.
For the more comfort-minded folks, athletic wear is always in style, but what pieces are precisely in style can make you look like the trendiest “lazy” person ever.
Neon colors are coming back, so expect to see bright orange leggings everywhere, along with tie-dye.
Tie-dye has been growing back into style more and more recently, and the trend does not seem to be slowing down.
Athletic shoes are also becoming more and more trendy with Nike Air Force 1s, and Adidas Superstars and Ultra Boosts taking the strong trends up a level.
Finding Nike and Adidas coupons is exceptionally easy, so that you can stay trendy with a little extra money in your pocket.
Cropped AND Oversized Shirts
No one is surprised by this one for the girls, however, cropped t-shirts are becoming trendy for boys as well.
However, buying the crop tops from stores that have been selling them for the last eight years is becoming less of a trend, as making your own cropped shirt is taking over.
People have been taking old, oversized shirts, and cropping them to their liking, giving them their own unique style that no one else will own.
Oversized shirts were big last summer, and they show no sign of going out of style.
Buying a t-shirt a size up and wearing shorter shorts has taken the summer trends world by storm, so expect to see a mix of shirts too short and too big this summer.
Time to rummage through grandma and mom’s closet because styles from the 1960s up to the early 2000s are coming back.
Neon colors from the 80s are coming back onto the clothing racks, as well as puff sleeves.
Denim on denim from the 90s is also here, leaving 2020 to represent every decade.