I'm No Psychic, But I Don't Think These 7 Trends Will Make It to the End of 2021

I have a love-hate relationship with trend prediction. On the one hand, as with many things in fashion, it can be a bit subjective. On the other hand, fashion is very cyclical and change is inevitable, so we might as well talk about it, right? That being said, if you love any of these trends that I predict will gradually fade away in 2021, definitely wear them for as long as you like.
I think it's safe to say that 2020 is a year that most of us are happy to leave behind. It was tough to say the least. And while there have been a lot of sweatpants in our lives in the last 10 months, there have also been a surprising number of trends to discover. And some of them hit the oversaturation zone in a flash, while others just don't seem that practical in this new era we're living in. But these are just my predictions, so do what you want with this information. And if you plan on getting them out of your wardrobe next year, I've included seven other current trends that I believe will stand the test of time for one reason or another.
Read on for my predictions and to see the trends and shop around that I am sure will stay.
Doesn't make it: "Naked" shoes
Staying Around: Chunky Shoes
The shoes have gotten much bulkier this season, leaving behind those subtle bare strappy shoes that have been a mainstay in the dust for some time. Chunky loafers and Chelsea boots with cleats are more practical for our lives these days and look magically cool with almost every outfit.
Chunky shoes shopping
Last Matter Loafers ($ 280)
Sam Edelman Jacquie 2 Ankle Boots ($ 150)
Mango Platform Leather Sandals ($ 60)
Can't do it: Long and loose shorts
Stay around: micro mini skirts
As cool as long, baggy shorts look on some people, as a 5'4 "person I just can't get behind the trend. I've tried! In my experience, trends that only flatter some don't last that long. But micro mini skirts were all over the runways of S / S 21, so watch out.
Shop micro mini skirts
Reformation Cleo Velvet Mini Skirt ($ 38)
BP. Mini Skater Skirt Print ($ 18)
Georgia Alice Power Satin Mini Skirt ($ 370)
Won't make it: Teeny Tiny Bags
Stay around: Practical spacious pockets
I don't know about you, but I'm sick of stuffing everything I need into one of those microscopic bags, cute as they are. Because I seem to be carrying more in my pocket since the beginning of the pandemic, small bags are less practical for me. From now on they are medium sized bags for me.
Shopping for practical bags
Zara Animal Embossed Shopper Bag ($ 50)
Staud Sasha leather shoulder bag ($ 350)
Small Liffner hook pocket ($ 550)
Can't do it: Huge bib collars
Stay around: polo collars
This one is a little controversial as people love their Victorian strap collars, but they are just everywhere and the very large ones look a bit costumed. Polo collars are another very popular trend that is more subtle and timeless. So I will keep buying them.
Shop polo tops
Madewell plush ribbed polo shirt ($ 40)
Violeta by Mango Polo Neck Sweater ($ 80)
Staud Jay Dress ($ 195)
Can't Make It: Puffy Headbands
Stay around: baseball caps
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