Teen Tech and Fashion Trend Forecast for 2015

Marketing expert Jane Buckingham predicts fashion and technological trends appealing to teens in 2015.
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night. Thank you. And now the top trends of 2015. Abbie Boudreau got a peek at the crystal ball of an expert trend setter to find out what will be sweeping the nation in the coming year. Reporter: No one knows what's hot and what's not -- Facebook. My parents -- Reporter: More than tweens and teens. They'll be ringing in both the old. Do you guys even know -- and the new. Don't get your nose. Okay. That is a look I like. I met with trend expert Jane Buckingham at popular in Beverly hills to find out what's trending for 2015. Starting with the statement tee for girls. And the statement slouchy beanie for boys. He looks great. He is, indeed, invincible. It's efrs from the hashtags to positive statements about how they're feeling, who they want to be. Reporter: Other teen trends, the head chain, over the knee socks and doc Martins. These are new and I love them. Some say they never left, it's not the basic black. They're in fun colors. Reporter: Even henna-inspired bling jewelry for your hands. And head to toe, candy everywhere. They want to eat it, but wearing it this year. Reporter: Sugar overload. And while this snuggie once reigned supreme, teens in 2015 prefer the onesie. The kids really love them. Reporter: Is that a good look? I think what they're saying is, I don't care if it's a good look. I'm a teenager, and I can do what I want. Reporter: And to deal with the stress of being a teen. If you can believe it, they're meditating. It helps them improve their scores in S.A.T.S. Reporter: But maybe the most fun, the silent disco. You have the headphones on, you're hearing the same music, but it's totally silent. You can go into the wee hours of the morning. Reporter: And you don't have to be a teen to love it. For "Good morning America," Abbie Boudreau, ABC news, los Angeles. That sounds like if you're the parent much tweens, that sounds like a lifesaver. All for that. I'm going to do that tonight. Now to ginger with the final

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