Fashion Trends To Know For 2020

 

Fashion may be a way you express from the garments that you simply wear. Your dress from each day basically symbolizes your mood, attitude and boldness. Fashion is an art that you simply showcase to the planet.

Every year fashion trends in many sorts with different styles and patterns. The trend goes on consistent with the season and elegance. Fashions have some positive points which include looking smart, presentable and also enhance your personality and boost your confidence.

With the start of latest Year and decade the new era of fashion is on the thanks to horizon. 2020 may be a fresh start for designers, as many breaks faraway from street wear and ’90s nostalgia to explore sustainability, fluid design and new sorts of utility.

And many of the trends align with each other, which can create a seamless year of fashion. Here’s a glance at 20 trends which will move fashion into new directions in 2020.

  • Color denim
Color continues to draw millennial consumers and color denim is one among the foremost commercial ways for designers to approach the trend. And they’re approaching color with head-to-toe monochromatic looks.

Balmain designer Olivier Rousteing injected bold pops of yellow, pink, cobalt blue and Kelly green into his assortment of S/S 20 jeans and cropped and belted jean jackets. Color denim helped Isabel Marant tell her festival-friendly story, too.
  • Platform shoes
When it comes to trouser and footwear trends, history tends to repeat itself. Therefore, the wave of ’70s-inspired pants and flare jeans means platform heels are thanks to gain momentum in 2020.

The stacked shoe disappeared for most of the 2010s, giving way to block heels and sneakers, but expect square-toe loafers, tall boots and open-toe sandals to receive the platform heel treatment.
  •  Upcycled denim
Upcycled denim will likely enter the fray across all tiers of fashion. The approach is both creative and sustainable, as brands like Re/Done and Cie Denim have proven over the years with their contrasted denim designs.

Upcycled denim is an accessible way for designer brands to introduce sustainable fabrics into their collections. For S/S 20, Givenchy designer Clare Waight Keller culled inspiration from her days at Calvin Klein in the ’90s with an assortment of jeans, long skirts and shorts made from dead stock denim fabrics.
  •  Safari utility
Designers and consumers aren’t unlikely to give up the functional perks of garments like utility jackets and cargo pants any time soon, but they will become more elegant in 2020.

Hints of Yves Saint Laurent safari jackets, which were introduced in 1968 and have become an icon of ’70s glamour, were sprinkled across S/S 20 collections by Dolce & Gabbana, Fendi and Elli Saab.

Expect to see the safari trend evolve with an emphasis on caftan gowns, satin cargo trousers (for day and night) and headwear like bucket hats with neck capes.
  • Puff Sleeve
The puff sleeve is here to stay, says Russo. While runway iterations tend to “go big or go home”—just take anything from buzzy Copenhagen-based designer Cecilie Bahnsen—there are plenty of less intimidating styles fit for the puff sleeve newcomer.

“From red carpet looks to your not-so-basic white tee, the puffy sleeve can modernize a classic silhouette,” says Russo. It’s also is a flattering style for all body types. “Adding drama and volume to your shoulder draws the eye up and gives the illusion of a smaller waist,” she adds.
  • Orange
Now that slime green and yellow have had their justifiable share of the limelight, orange is poised to interrupt out as a key color trend for 2020. The citrus hue may be a leading shade for men’s and women’s fashion, serving a series of bold looks, spanning retro ’70s (Prada and Peter Pilotto) and high shine leather (Annakiki), to elegant satin (Marni), ’90s minimalism (Bottega Veneta) and romantic ruffles (Laura Biagiotti). Search for orange to shift toward burnt and terracotta hues within the fall.
  • Shorts
Shorts are on a journey. In 2020, the abbreviated bottom is graduating from its casual and sporty roots (goodbye bike shorts) to ready-to-wear and evening.

For S/S 20, names like Chanel and Saint Laurent upgraded shorts with premium materials like tweed, leather and sequins, and in lengths that spanned hot pants and tailored Bermuda’s, to slouchy vacation shorts.

Short suits also are gaining prominence for men and ladies as Chloe and ‘It’ brand Bottega Veneta dish out their version of the summer suit. Expect to ascertain the short suit—in a bold color or print—become the new power suit that millennial “boss babes” favor.
  • Ecru
Sometimes the absence of color makes the boldest fashion statement, as is that the case with ecru denim. Beige, off-white and ecru denim has been a side note within the industry’s movement toward utility, work wear and genderless garments.

However, the bare color trend also sends a robust message about sustainability, which is merely getting to grow louder in 2020.
  •  Satin
Another symptom that fashion could also be able to spare street wear is that the rise of satin. The evening fabric is making a play for daywear as brands like Staud, Tibi and Tom Ford churn out satin culottes, jumpsuits and cargo pants.

Men’s brands are becoming into the glamorous look, too, including Dior and Dries Van Noten with pleated satin trousers and Dunhill with dark satin coats. The result's a lounge effect that appears cool with sneakers or heels.

And with fashion during a high color cycle, the decadent fabric also helps intensify the hues.
  • Front yoke
Perhaps one among the ultimate relics of the ’80s nostalgia trend to seep into mainstream fashion, jeans with front yoke details offer women a replacement thanks to wear high-waisted jeans. 

Mavi is stepping into the trend for S/S 20.And Pull & Bear is already offering it in 
its holiday denim collection.
  • Camp shirts
Vacation vibes never leave of favor, especially for travel-obsessed millennials. So, it should come as no surprise that the camp shirt lives on. The lightweight, short-sleeve button-down evokes the sensation of endless summer with psychedelic patterns, tropical motifs and safari prints.

The tops are a perfect companion for the trove of relaxed fit, pleated trousers and sandals trending in men’s wear
  • Transparency
Transparency isn’t just a sustainable buzzword—it’s also a fashion trend in 2020. Chiffon and organza tops have billowed in and out of women’s wear for years as puffed sleeved blouses and ethereal dresses, but the transparent trend veers into men’s wear because of labels like Virgil Abloh-designed Louis Vuitton and Dior giving it the runway approval for S/S 20.

The newly gender fluid fabric—which is usually utilized in icy or pastel color ways will be a favorite among trendsetting Gen Z men. Search for lightweight parkas, button-down camp shirts and layered tees to steer the transparent look.
  • Lavender

A cousin of Pantone’s Color of the Year in 2018, Ultra Violet, and lavender has been bypassed by designers in favor of pale pink and various reminder nude for several seasons. However, 2020 could also be the tipping point.

Lavender’s slow ascent was seen in S/S 2020 collections by Ulla Johnson, Loewe, Prada and Louis Vuitton. Or perhaps it had been Jacquemus’ runway show, magically staged within the lavender fields of Provence, that awakened designers’ sense to the color.

  • Signature prints

Jennifer Lopez’s surprise strut on the Versace catwalk may are one among buzziest fashion moments in 2019, but the return of the brand’s signature Jungle print was an in depth second.

The eye-popping green and turquoise print is synonymous with the brand’s sexy persona and an indicator that signature prints could also be the new logo mania. It’s working for French up-and-comer Marine Serre.

The designer’s signature crescent mood print has landed on the radar of fashionist as like Kendall Jenner, Rita Ora and Beyonce, who wore the print head-to-toe on a top, leggings, gloves and sock boots.

  • Leather

Leather for spring might sound sort of a hot mess, but brands like Coach 1941, Givenchy, Marni and Prada are making a robust case for it to become a year-round staple with garments like tank dresses, bandeaus and versatile trench coats.

Cheery pops of color help lighten leather looks. Standouts include sunny yellow, orange, teal and grey.

Fashion never dies it always come up with new joy, excitement and trends so always be ready to get in trend.


“Make it simple, but significant.”

Written by : Umme Amara Shaikh

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