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2020 will welcome a range of trends from hoop earrings to leather looks.
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Fashion trends come and go and as 2019 comes to a close, new designs are on the rise and some older styles are coming back. 

To get a preview of what’s to come in 2020, Insider spoke to stylists and designers about their predictions for the trends we’ll be seeing everywhere next year. 

Celebrity Fashion: Linear lines like stripes will probably be everywhere.

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Musician Selena Gomez recently wore head-to-toe stripes.
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Escudero told Insider that stripes, both horizontal and vertical, will continue to be popular in 2020.

In particular, he said vertical lines will be big because they look great in photos and “flatter any body type.”

Celebrity Fashion: Leather will also make an appearance in just about every form of clothing.

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Model Bella Hadid wore a head-to-toe leather jumpsuit.
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From shirts and dresses to shorts and trench coats, leather is going to be everywhere in 2020, according to Emily Sanchez, a celebrity stylist.

She said we’ll also be seeing leather in a wide range of colors, which will give the trend a fresh look. 

Celebrity Fashion: Deconstructed suits are also here to stay for 2020.

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Model Ashley Graham wore a suit jacket with a sheer bodysuit and bra underneath.
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Deconstructed suits have been popular all year long — and they’re going to continue to be spotted on red carpets and runways in 2020, Sanchez told Insider. 

Some popular variations of the trend include suit jackets worn with no pants or suit jackets styled with crop tops or bras underneath. 

“For spring, we definitely saw some new takes on suiting like a three-piece suit with a vest, suiting with a Bermuda short, or a knit bra in place of a white blouse underneath a blazer,” she said. 

Celebrity Fashion: Neon colors will likely make a big splash in early 2020.

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Actress Jameela Jamil recently wore a neon outfit with matching eyeliner.
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Sanchez said designers will likely be incorporating extremely bright colors into their spring collections.

She told Insider that we can likely expect to see neons paired with other vibrant colors or soft neutrals, explaining that dark colors like black provide “too much contrast.” 

Celebrity Fashion: Hoop earrings and collar necklaces will be all over streets and runways in 2020.

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Tiffany Haddish wore white hoop earrings.
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This hot jewelry trend of 2019 isn’t going anywhere for the new year. 

“Hoops are here to stay, and 2020 will offer them in all shapes and sizes,” said Brown. “From big and bold to twisted and tiny, all variations will be fair game next year.”

She also told Insider that “sculptural jewelry like collar necklaces and bangles” will also be very popular in 2020. 

Celebrity Fashion: Spring will probably be filled with crocheted pieces.

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Model Heidi Klum once wore a crocheted black dress on the American Music Awards red carpet.
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“We will also see some late-1960s trends emerge, including crochet and retro florals,” Brown told Insider.

Brown said crochet will be especially popular early in the year — and people can expect to see it paired with light dresses and denim.

Celebrity Fashion: Polka-dot prints will have their time to shine.

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Model Alexa Chung once wore a dress that mixed polka dots and lace.
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Sanchez said 2019 was the year of leopard print, but 2020 will bring a new playful design into the mix — polka dots. 

She told Insider that she’s already seen a lot of feminine dresses and blouses covered in dots and we can expect to see designers mixing polka dots with other prints or with bold colors. 

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