RHS newspaper staff predicts the future of fashion in 2021
What should you look out for in the upcoming year?
January 20, 2021
New year means new fashion trends, causing everyone to predict what’s coming in—and what will come out of style each year. Our newspaper staff told us what they think that will become hot in 2021.
Most of our staff’s predictions (and almost everyone’s) revolve around what was cool “back then.” This is because every fashion era all the way from the 20’s to the 2010’s follow a 20 year rule. They become the rage of the decade, die out and become hated, then go right back to being the number one thing everyone loves. Most of the trends our staff predicted came from the early 2000’s or the late 90’s, but some even went all the way back to the 1800’s due to Netflix shows or new found aesthetics such as cottagecore.
Joanie Oben (Adviser)
- Flared leggings
- Prada nylon bags, specifically the mini black shoulder bag.
- Mullets, on both men and women
- Elaborate dresses, inspired by the 1800s due to Bridgerton on Netflix
Anna Woodward (Editor-in-Chief)
- Temporary tattoos
- Fun keychains incorporated with fashion
- Lisa Frank
- Sequins—like Sharpay Evans
Amelia Foster (Print Managing Editor)
- The color green
- Zebra print
- Cow print
- Side ponytails
Jenny Le (Online Managing Editor)
- Apple bottom jeans
- Feathery bangs (Specifically from the 70’s)
- “Probably a lot more 70s style patterns too.”
Ella Wertz (News Editor)
- Low rise jeans
Via Godinez (Opinion Editor)
- Androgynous fashion—not only for men but also for women.
- Low rise jeans, “but if you can pull it off, it looks great. However if you can’t you just can’t.”
- Blonde highlights, specifically skunk hair or “Narcissa Malfoy” hair (dying the underside of your hair blonde and leaving the top black.)
Samuel Elliot (Staff Writer)
- Mixed fashion “Like in the 90’s where people half ironically mixed stuff with the 60’s. But with more irony this time.”
Pim Kruthun (Staff Writer)
- Fun/funky hats
- Bucket hats
Zoe Thaxton (Staff Writer)
- “Boys in skirts. Or feminine clothing for men in general.”
- Collared shirts under sweaters for both men and women
Meena Vasquez is a senior and this is her third year in journalism. Outside of room 112 she likes to sew, coordinate her outfits, and watch 2000s movies.