Categories Trends You better watch out for these Spring/Summer 2020 Trends February 19, 2020Author Chic Every WeekNo Comments on You better watch out for these Spring/Summer 2020 Trends The new decade is upon us, and that means that fashion is taking a whole new route featuring ultra-modern but wearable articles you will find easy to style. Don’t let those ornate looks from the runways intimidate you – the newborn trends of summer and spring can be easily incorporated into your wardrobe without much effort from your side. Whether you pick a beachy polka dot dress with the corset or summer-friendly wrapped ankle sandals, you will look put together. The practicality combined with creative experimentation is the perfect definition of what the upcoming seasons are all about. There are earthy-toned vests, neon leather trenches, crocheted dresses and tiered skirts about to be placed on every high-street store shelf. The 60s and psychedelic prints are bound to dominate the market too. No matter what your current style looks like, there is something for everyone to get a buzz out of. If we could skip the last month of winter and get straight to the fashion nirvana of spring, we would. But for the time being, scroll through our finds and start budgeting for funky-looking bras and metallic blazers right away. Vividly Colored Leather Everyone tends to associate leather with dark colors, but this is about to be changed. The new season makes the shift from the conventional black and brown to green, yellow and even hot pink leather. From midi skirts and tube tops to trench coats and figure-hugging dresses, there is hardly anything left out. Vest and Waistcoats As trouser suits have started gaining momentum in recent years, the trend for the office-chic look has expanded even further. Now, it has reached vests and waistcoats that can be either worn with pants suits under blazers or on top of summer dresses and girly tops. They can act as a complimentary piece of an outfit or as a stand-alone piece paired with a silk scarf and a pencil skirt. Wrapped Ankle Sandals Slowly transitioning from 2019 to 2020, sandals with wraps are becoming a new thing that is planning on staying. Designers including Charlotte Knowles and JW Anderson took it one step further and displayed a new way of styling them on a runway. They wrapped them around the ankle on top of trousers and set out the trend to be a summer hit. Corset Tops and Dresses The Renaissance vibes are paving their way well into the new year through items like dresses and corsets in particular. From Bella Hadid and Kylie Jenner to Emily Ratajkowski, corsets end up being the centerpiece of their looks. And there’s a good reason for it – they snatch your waist and make it look like you have more curves. Apparently, that’s in style and celebrities can’t get enough of them! Tiered Garments The flowing tules have made their appearance in 2019 and made every celebrity attending Gala happy. Big-name designers like Oscar de la Renta and Dior took note of that and released a collection of their own tules with a twist – tiers. This upgrade meant that both skirts and dresses received a spin that will allow you to wear the pieces not only to the high society events but also to a coffee with a friend and a vacation to Miami. Get excited for the warmer months! Street-Appropriate Bras With tube tops strongly holding their position for at least a few more years, it’s not surprising that their derivatives are emerging at the speed of light. When the summer comes, get ready to rock the exposed bandeaus and groovy-looking bras that are public-approved. Choose the ones with sequins or with a print from the 60s and you are guaranteed to be asked on streets where you got it from. Metallic Colored Fabrics Metals are not solely a niche for jewelry – clothes can also be made from various metallic colored fabrics. One of the trends for 2020 includes metal hues scattered all over pants, jackets and bags. Metallic-colored clothing is a statement by itself, which means that you won’t need to struggle finding pieces to pair it with. Keep it simple and you might just be confused for Kaia Gerber and her chic street style. Delicate Crochet The blend of cozy grandmother-inspired crochet techniques and the high fashion artistry gave birth to the spring trend of delicate crochet evening gowns. Not only do they look elegant but they are also sustainable – the slow handmade creation process makes the dresses appealing to the pickiest shoppers. Give it a go and be the center of attention at your next party. ___________________________________________________________ About The Author Anastasia Hamurari Anastasia is a 22-year old digital storyteller who finds joy in communicating her passion for all things travel, fashion and lifestyle through words. You will find her most of the time either chatting with a stranger about climate change or reading a book about world history. She hopes to collaborate with big brands and tell their stories to the public one day.