2020 is officially here — and we’re marking the occasion with a fresh stock of outfit inspiration.
The start of a new year — let alone a new decade — is the perfect excuse to finally toss out those overworn (or under-worn) pieces in your wardrobe and make room for new additions. Maybe you’ve had your eye on the Saks Potts coat you first saw during NYFW last February, have been saving up for a covetable Bottega Veneta pouch bag, or just really need to re-up your collection of white T-shirts and high-waisted jeans. To do so, though, while also staying true to your new year’s resolution to master organization, you’ll have to trim the excess.
Once you’ve donated all those pieces in your closet that were so 2019, the next step in becoming the 2020 you is to figure out what to replace them with. Thankfully, Instagram’s finest makes finding covetable fashions easier than ever before. But since most people don’t have time to scroll through hundreds of posts during the holidays, we’ve gone ahead and done the work for you. Ahead, click through 31 looks that deserve a spot in your 2020 wardrobe.
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