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  • Autumn/Winter 2020 Fashion Trends

 

Fashion brands powered through Covid-19 restrictions and delivered their collections in innovative ways and on time for forecasters to predict the hottest trends of the last half of 2020. We see a lot of trends from Spring/Summer 2020 progress into fall with the appropriate twist to adjust to the colder months. Don’t be scared to incorporate some of these into your next OOTD.

Sartorial Suiting

Two suiting trends are set to dominate the fall and winter scene this year. Structured suits in bright pops of colour such as red and blue do a great job at breaking up the traditional fall palette of browns and tans and unlike the cropped suits seen during the summer, these suits are roomy and full length which makes them perfect to pair with boots. 

Skirt suits are set to make an appearance in the Autumn/Winter wardrobe for 2020 in many ways. From the traditional Chanel tweed suit to Jacquemus’ micro sets, there is a skirt suit for everyone.

 

Equestrian Chic

Runways this Fall were inspired by the traditional equestrian uniform with English riding pants (Breeches) paired with riding boots in brown and black leather. Pair some riding boots with a classic skirt suit and have everyone at the office asking how to achieve the same chic look.

 

Traditional Knitwear

This is Summer’s crochet trend adjusted for Fall. In lieu of the chunky and breezy knits of Summer, the cooler months will see garments in a closer weave and traditional silhouettes. Everything from sweaters, skirts and dresses, knitwear is the way to go. Think of classic patterns like argyle, houndstooth and plaids when selecting your knitwear this season.

 

Super Capes

Belted, loose, structured, embellished, or plain. This season we saw many runways incorporating capes as a form of outerwear for any kind of look. Whether it be formal or casual,extravagant or plain grey, there was a cape for every occasion. Because after all, who doesn’t want to wear a blanket out the house.

 

Break out the Bubbly

This season’s sleeves and hemlines are getting the bubble treatment. Sleeves have been on a statement trend since last year, with an emphasis on voluminous puff sleeves for 2020. Short or long, statement bubble sleeves were seen on many major runways this season. Skirt hems are also bringing back the bubble look of the 80’s, with a sleek fashion forward twist this time.


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