Keep it, you will need it
What should stay in your closet? According to the New York Fashion Week, these fashion pieces will remain trendy.
A tidy closet is on the rise. Marie Kondo's philosophy of sorting out, "What doesn't spread joy must leave the wardrobe," has found many followers.
However, many pieces have been tossed out in the past only to be regretted a few months later when a certain fashion trend has returned or only just started gaining popularity. That's why the Marie Kondo method is only somewhat suitable for real fashion people. I have paid attention to the streetstyles of the New York Fashion Week and these pieces must not be tossed under any circumstances, because they will remain on the fashion scene a bit longer.
Fashion Trend No. 1: Continuing on to 2020, there will be no end to the BlazerMania.
The fashion world doesn't seem to have had enough of blazers yet. All the big streetstyle stars wore blazers in New York - often in 80s style with boxy shapes.
So you should take a look into the depths of your own wardrobe and see if there is still a vintage blazer to be found. If all else fails, there are many designers to choose from when looking for an oversized blazer with accentuated shoulders.
Fashion Trend No. 2 The fashion trend for the minibag continues
Handbags have been getting smaller and smaller the last years. This next season the handbag remains a piece of jewellery. But since you need more than lipstick and your mobile phone in everyday life, you will notice that fashion professionals have been combining a larger shopper with the MiniBags. So for 2020, the fashion trend "MiniBag" should not be tossed out - and keep your big handbag, as well.
Fashion Trend No. 3: According to the New York Fashion Week, western boots are still in fashion.
Even if you don't own a horse or ride one, cowboy boots are cool. Fashion gurus don't only pair them with floral dresses anymore. Now they are also worn with wide slouchy jeans tucked into them. That used to be an absolute no-go, but is now completely in trend. You might not have started wearing this trend, but don't turn your back on it yet. It's a fact: don't get rid of your cowboy boots too quickly.