TRENDS SPRING 2020

SPRING/SUMMER 2020

In this new decade, which we are now well into, we will see the buy-and-throw culture disappear more and more. Instead, we want clothes with better quality that will last long in the wardrobe and not least - to be diligently used. The spring 2020 trends from the runway are more commercial and more functional than what we usually see from there. The trends focus on classic and lasting purchases rather than artistic creations of the more impractical kind.

"Realistic" is a word that recurs when describing the themes of the spring trends. One of the buzz words for SS20 is "wearability" - which is a word that well describes the basic function of clothing. That is why spring trends will slip in and become part of many wardrobes for a long time to come.

Some of the biggest trends for the spring are suits in matching top and bottom, large puff sleeves, skirts being replaced with shorts and 90s minimalism coming back. Other trends that are returning to the runway are square toe shoes, tops with new exciting lines, and vacation wardrobe that can be used just as well in the big city.

TRENDS SPRING 2020!

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Oversized puff sleeve

 

One of the spring trends is oversized puff sleeve which is a must-have this season. If you hesitate to try out the trend, we suggest combining it with a simple skirt or a pair of jeans. Or to make it even easier, try an oversized puff sleeve dress with classic sneakers or trendy boots.

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POWER DRESSING

You don’t even have to think before putting on a suit since it’s already a full outfit. Just throw it on and leave the house. The goal is to feel “powerful” in an effortless way, and that’s the kind of energy a great suit can give you.

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INVEST IN A TRENCH

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SHORTS OF ALL PROPORTIONS

Who wears shorts? Either if you’re a Chanel or Brandon Maxwell woman, you will wear shorts. Choose whatever makes you feel like a superstar – a leather, satin or denim pair – these shorts will give you legs for days, weeks or even months.

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90S MINIMALISM

Alessandro Michele’s’ maximalism style with giant sunglasses, print-on-print and daring colour combinations still linger in the fashion world. Spring trends take a calmly departure from the patterned ’70s, toned down prints and bold silhouettes – to arrive at the’ single-coloured stylish 90s minimalistic decade.

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BEYOND THE BEDROOM

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NEW NECKLINES

This season we will see some corsets, heart-shaped – and new creations for necklines. It is always exciting to spice up the normal square dor rounded shaped neckline we are too used to.

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