Trends are constantly shifting, which is why your wardrobe needs to be upgraded regularly. As we accept new trends, we must say goodbye to the old ones. If you have any wardrobe pieces that fall into these categories, consider getting rid of them.

Denim Jackets

Even though jeans are still rocking the fashion scene, denim jackets are simply not in style in 2020. You shouldn’t get rid of your denim jackets. As the trends are quickly changing, they will be back in no time, so simply put them on hold while you make space for some trendier pieces.

Off-The-Shoulder Tops

Off-the-shoulder was in for a long time, which is why it was time to press pause on the trend. However, this isn’t a reason to despair. Instead of wearing your off-the-shoulder tops, you can accentuate your shoulders differently. Shirts with puffed sleeves are a must-have this season. They may have totally different shapes, but both will accentuate your shoulders. Besides, puffed-shoulder tops are great when paired with jeans.

Tiny Bags

Tiny bags were in for a while, and we could see celebrities flaunting them on social media. However, this season is all about being bold and going bigger. This is why you should ditch your ridiculously small bags. This is good news since now we can finally fit all of our stuff in bags.


PVC was everywhere in 2019. It appeared in all kinds of pieces, from trousers to hats, and was worn by many influencers. However, it has gone out of style, so you don’t have to worry about sweating in your PVC clothes and can let your skin breathe.

Seashells on Jewelry

Jewelry pieces often featured seashells in 2019. And even though they may remind us of some simpler days and our holidays next to the sea, they are not a trendy piece anymore. Instead of featuring seashells, most prominent jewelry pieces of 2020 are made with pearls. Pearls are a classic, so you won’t have to worry about your jewelry clashing with your outfit.

Skirts with Leopard Print

2019 had too much going on in terms of trends, and they are slowly dying out. Long skirts with leopard print were everywhere last year, however, now we are shifting to something simpler.