Spring Summer Fashion Trends 2020
I see a runway fashion as a source of inspiration. It’s not like it’s what you have to wear this year. Its not like that. You have a look pick. What works for you, the ideas that you like and just leave the rest. If you do want to integrate some, what you will see to your wardrobe, I will also explain how to make these trends these ideas more wearable in real life, so to speak.
Lets start with the first trend suits but shorts. It’S not every year that we have such a broad choice of suits for women for the summer season, but this time all these suits are cropped so that we can wear them with sandals.
So a bit of length pretty much all houses presented trousers falling just above or just below the knee. The fit is very boxy flowy rape the jackets are oversized and extra long as in hip level or even longer. Michael Kors has the menswear inspired version made more feminine by it. Cinched waist, Tod’s and Givenchy show cleavage and pair the shoes with black sandals to keep it tuned down.
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The Max Mara, lady, is wearing the three-piece version, all fabric matched a bit schoolboy alike, but then the makeup and the shoes remind us that no she’s, not a school boy.
After all, Valentino went for pink and the outfit immediately looks more dressed up to go out and at Chlo the top worn underneath the suit is in a contrast, color bringing in more softness notice the hem of the shorts as if the lining was showing under the Rolled-up trousers, nice detail, most designers presented a full look where the jacket and the pants are matching, but you also just keep the jacket pair it with existing pants that are more to your taste and aesthetics & that you already own that are maybe full-length or You do it the other way around.
You keep the shorts skip the jacket pair, the shorts, with a colorful drapy statement top, for instance. These shorts are all pretty much in neutral colors, pretty much so they are easy to integrate into an existing wardrobe. They can work with many different colors that you already wear.
Bra tops is the next trend. I know what you’re thinking, but then on a second thought going to the gym getting in shape is getting more and more popular at the moment. Its all the rage to have a six-pack. Once you have these nice abs, the next logical step is that you want to show them, so you crop your top. The top on the left can’t really be worn without something on top The Dior one with pretty details by the way goes with the straw hat. Its combined with, maybe not in a city but at the beach.
Why not? The Givenchy one in satin in leather is very femme fatale. The way to make such a top more wearable is to combine it with the jacket and Jacquemus. The sexiness of the top is upset by how oversized the jacket and the pants are. Overall, the look seems more casual At Jason Wu. The jacket is more feminine, and it’s true that if you make the look all black like on the rights, he looks more business.
Appropriate than the version with flowers would you weather, maybe a bit short, maybe not that much business appropriate. I know when I see crop top like this bra tops kind of on the street there, usually a bit longer they’re like halfway between the busts and the belly button somewhere there next trend this it doesn’t have to have buttons on the front, but the key item, This season, judging by the runways, is the vests. The typical tailoring vest was shown at Saint Laurent, worn as a top with nothing underneath buttoned down.
At Sacai and Herms, the vest matches the longer garment, worn underneath and gives the look more structure. I must say I love that Herms photo. The garment has the perfect color for her undertone the shoes. The floor & the background. Harmonize it’s a masterpiece of a color palette. Thats why the photo looks amazing and why the runway choice really matters when you’re showing clothes At Vuitton, Cline and Etro. The vest is an accessory.
The outfit doesn’t really need it, but it adds style. The best example is on the right there. The vest adds, in contrast, texture and pattern. When, combined with the plain fabric, You see that a vest like this can be paired with pants, with jeans, with a dress with a skirt, very versatile. Its also a great piece for layering, so you can actually wear a vest in all seasons. Now, let’s talk about colors neon acid colors, look-at-me colors. We like bold statements and women who dress in a way that looks confident. Also, this kind of color and full monochromatic outfit reminds me of the Y2Kk trend at the end of the 90s.
The boldest is on the left, coming from Valentino known for subtle, feminine colors. It’s even a bit of a surprise. The belt and the hardware are also matching the color. The shoes are kept simple: to maintain the attention of all on the dress To tune that down. You could wear a neon color as an underlayer and add crochet lace, organza or anything see-through. On top that’s the Marni method. You could combine several neon colors like at Christopher Kane and Roksanda. You could break the look by wearing a neon piece together with muted colors, which is what Jacquemus did or you can use just a hint of neon. Then it’s an accent color, like any other, it’s much less in your face on the right. You see that suggestion by Victoria Beckham, Neon and acid colors are complicated. They really have to match your undertone. Otherwise, the color will look more off next to your face than regular colors to be tried on in good daylight before you shop,
The next trend: retro wallpapers, I should say 60s wallpapers, because it’s all about warm yellows oranges and browns, which are definitely colors, used a lot to decorate interiors in the 60s, not so much anymore. Today, Large patterns patterns on patterns did I mention patterns. Christopher Kane shows the legs, but not the chest or the arms see how the shape of the sleeves by the way is as rounded as the motif itself like that Marni RIchard Quinn & Fendi showed more or less abstract flowers. Its funny how designers, based in different countries, come up with similar color palettes in a given season-, Richard Quinn showed a silhouette which is typical of his work. This type of sleeve is called a leg of mutton in French. We call it “, manche gigot”. The Vuitton look is interesting because the blouse seems retro, the skirt doesn’t overall, it’s a great mix of past and present patterns. I like what they did there. If you are warm, it seems that you will have plenty of options in shades of orange this season and, unfortunately, for me, the orange is not at all my color …
But oh well.. Next year), Then we have the return of the scarf worn all over. I love that one. It can be an actual scarf that you tie around your body in a creative manner that people haven’t seen before or it can be fabric printed. As a scarf, that suggests is slowness and craziness it, but isn’t actually a scarf. The photo on the left is another one of my favorites. This is what I think the goddesses of ancient Egypt looked like feminine and powerful. The next photos present scarves tied somewhere as a dress at Preen as a skirt at Burberry as a top at Bottega Veneta. You see a knot, so you think it’s a scarf, but now each one is a way more complex cut with several pattern pieces. Even if you were Pro I styling scars, you can actually get to these results if you start with a square piece of fabric,
Altuzarra is using the pointy part of the scarves very nicely, I’m guessing. The dress is cut on the bias, which is super hard to sew And Erdem uses the scarf more traditionally as an accessory of contrasting color, but in an asymmetrical way, I’ve made a video demonstrating 20 different ways of tying a scarf. If you own one. That is a square or a rectangle, you’ll find the video useful. It has already been watched 1.7 million times it’s one of the most watched videos on this channel.
So it can absolutely be that a trend that I talked about last year is to a thing and we still see it on the runways, and you can, of course, still wear your pieces from last year. Thankfully, A great example of this is the utilitarian trend that I presented last summer. Boiler suits cargo, pants, huge pockets applied on the outside of the garments, not just for outerwear. It’S a military inspired, pragmatic, look, it’s still a thing and it balances out the more feminine trends that are the bra top or the scarf thing that I just mentioned In case. You wonder how I choose the looks that I put on the boards. Its a difficult decision every time.
First, I identify the trend and then I look specifically for examples from bolder to more wearable. So it’s not just the best or the most striking from the runways. Its more a mix to show you the width of what you can do with that trend.