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5 Fall 2020 Trends of the Season on Social Media

By Editorial Staff

It’s the second most wonderful time of the year: Fall. The leaves are changing, the temperature is dropping, and fall 2020 trends on social media are ramping up. From TikTok to Twitter, here is the top list of fall 2020 trends on social media right now.

1. Christian Girl Fall

  • Twitter and TikTok

We had our Hot Girl Summer, now it’s time for Christian Girl Fall. Grab your boots, scarves, and Starbucks and have the cozy time of your life with all your friends. This meme actually started back in 2019 with this tweet, but it’s come back around just in time for fall 2020.

Twitter user Nat posted this picture without knowing who the two girls in it were. Luckily, they found it just as funny, and even joined in on the jokes. They’ve kind of become the unofficial face of this trend, and the community loves them.

2. Ghost photoshoots

  • TikTok

Give me macabre autumn but make it aesthetic. All you need for this trend is a white sheet and a couple of friends to run around abandoned lots with and take pictures. The blurry, almost surreal quality of the photos gives this activity the right amount of supernatural mixed in with the weird. 


@viennaskye @eezuh #ghostphotoshoot #spookyseason #fyp

♬ Oh Klahoma – Jack Stauber


When Santa Monica goes to sleep, the ghosts come out to play 👻 ib: @jackjanson88 📸: @alecohlaker 2nd 👻: @katjohanab

♬ Oh Klahoma – Jack Stauber


does this one top that NYC one? 😅 #fyp #Denim4all #SometimesIRun #MyArt #fyp #foryoupage @thejoshjourney

♬ Oh Klahoma – Jack Stauber

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3. Voting

  • Instagram

Yes, I am aware that voting is not a trend. It’s a right that Americans have a civil duty to act upon, but it’s also perfect content for a carousel post. Instagram has become a hub of information during election season with activists, celebrities, and influencers sharing news and resources.

4. Virtual Halloween

  • YouTube

All dressed up with nowhere to go? Join any of the virtual Halloween parties hosted by your favorite influencers. Or call your friends and make a party of your own. Just because we can’t trick-or-treat anymore, doesn’t mean our spot on Mystery Gang costume needs to go to waste.

5. Self-love and a little distraction

  • Pinterest

Pinterest is where you go for inspirational quotes, phone wallpapers, and the cutest DIYs and food crafts on the internet. So it’s no surprise that during times of trouble people on Pinterest are looking for a little more positivity and stuff to keep them busy inside.

 Pinterest released a prediction of the fall 2020 trends based on recent searches and found that positivity and activities were highest on the list. So grab a hot glue gun and get crafting.

This article was written by Christiana Sinacola

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