Statement silhouettes, shades of black, sneakers: The little we expect from fashion trends in 2021

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Black will always be back. (Photo by Edward Berthelot/Getty Images)
Black will always be back. (Photo by Edward Berthelot/Getty Images)

In 2020, fashion had a weird time... to say the least. Perhaps we could even say that it was the year we experienced a sartorial pause. 

Yes, designers still showed their new collections digitally, we bought fresh duds, and we even caught glimpses of virtual red carpet events. But even in the midst of isolated "style moments", we observed fashion's transition towards the modest, the easy, and the repeatable. 

And so grew the appeal of capsule wardrobes as people began to interrogate their habits of extravagance, closed their wallets and opened their minds.  

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