6 Outdated Shade Tendencies to Retire in 2020—and 6 to Put on As a substitute


We’ve just entered the season of wearing nothing but coats, sweaters, and ankle boots on repeat. Although our dead-of-winter wardrobes are heavy on the black, we’re taking a moment to look ahead at all the glorious color trends that await us in 2020. I don’t know about you, but there’s nothing like an excellent power color to beat the winter blues. So before you fall back on your black-on-black ensembles, get inspired by the fashion colors you’re going to see a lot more of in the coming year and a few that look to be on their way out.

How do I know that the below six fashion colors are going to trend next year? I tapped a handful of fashion girls who, in my mind, have mastered the art of wearing color. They always manage to create the most masterful color combinations in their outfits and are first to test out the latest buzzy shade before anyone else. According to their intel, we might just be (finally) saying goodbye to the neon and lime greens that reigned supreme and instead look to softer sherbert-inspired hues and bold primaries.

So without further ado, keep scrolling to read about the fashion color to retire and wear instead, according to the stylish women who say so.


Melinda Martin