Ah, the sweatsuit. Perhaps the unofficial uniform of 2020. While many people took the extra time given to us this year by DIYing their own, others opted to shop from popular loungewear brands, like Bandier and By Samii Ryan.
What started as an in-demand health requirement has transformed into an in-demand fashionable health requirement during 2020. Designers like Off-White, Tanya Taylor, Eugenie Kim, and more have all released their own versions of face masks.
Post Malone, Justin Bieber, Bad Bunny, and Ruby Rose all dropped collabs with the famous clog company, giving them serious high-fashion cred. This year, the company reported record sales and growth. Look who's laughing now.
Since the debut of ESPN's The Last Dance docu-series on Michael Jordan, everyone wanted a pair of Air Jordan 1s, whether it was a vintage find on resale or one of Nike's exclusive releases. According to Lyst, searches for Air Jordan 1s have increased by 433% year-on-year.
Harry Styles' signature necklace made quite the impact on jewelry choices in 2020, especially among men. From Marc Jacobs and Machine Gun Kelly to Nick Jonas and Usher, a string of pearls was the ultimate accent for these celebrities' outfits.
A scroll through Instagram wouldn't be complete without a sweater vest cameo spotted on an influencer or celebrity. And while retailers and brands reacted quickly to this unexpected "It" item, the best way to shop this trend is via secondhand or thrift.
Much like the sweater vest, the tennis skirt became another influencer favorite in 2020 and a summer-friendly item we turned to when we were tired of our bike shorts. Versions from Nike, Brandy Melville, and American Apparel were constantly selling out.
While mirror selfies and TikTok videos were on the rise this year, phone cases made a low-key fashion statement online. From the coveted Wildflower drops to ironic styles by Urban Sophistication, a stylish phone case became the underrated "It" item of 2020.
Michelle Obama's "Vote" necklace from ByChari had as big of a message as her DNC speech back in August. So much so that sales skyrocketed for the Black-owned jewelry business and a slew of "vote" merch was offered from almost every brand ahead of the November election.