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It's time for the biggest trends of this year – most of which you've seen on the S / S 20 runways – to get into the closets of fashion lovers everywhere. You have probably already started to stock up on the biggest trends of this year. And whether it's something big like a new variant of the suit or something as small as glasses, these are important fashion movements for style enthusiasts. But today we're going to focus on shoes – more specifically, sneakers.
In advance, you'll find the only sneaker trends you need to know for 2020, and we guarantee you'll want to add them to your closet as soon as you see them. Be prepared, however, because while some of these trends relate to the events of the world, others may surprise you. Read on to see the sneaker styles you'll see everywhere this year – from the proven, chunky soles that keep coming back to platforms that take streetwear to new heights.
This season is all about futuristic sneaker boots that give your classic high-tops a new touch. Think of these soles, thick soles, slip-on models and lacing details.
You might have thought that chunky sneakers were just a fad when they first came on stage a few years ago. But somehow they managed to maintain their popularity with every season. Now they're bigger than ever, but this time the soles are even chunkier and take you to a new level.
Don't get us wrong; classic white sneakers will always have a place in our hearts. But if you had noticed the biggest sneaker trends on the S / S 20's runways, you might have seen that bright, colorful tennis shoes came first. Tap on your inner child and add these vibrant styles to your wardrobe.
If you love the trend towards chunky soles, but want something slimmer, you're in luck: platform sneakers will be one of the most popular trends of the year. Whether it's as simple as a one-and-a-half-inch rise or something more dramatic, wear them with short jeans and you will look bigger instantly.
As sustainability is becoming increasingly important in the fashion industry, it is not surprising that responsibly manufactured sneakers made from environmentally friendly materials are becoming increasingly popular. Get a pair of recycled rubber or material from a self-regenerating plant and reduce your carbon footprint while you're at it.
Now that you have these trends under control, look at the simple shoes that you should never get rid of.