Discover the Best Spring & Summer Trends for 2020

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2020 is almost here, and it’s time to review and decode runway fashion to find the best trends. Fashion experts and stylists agree that trends are mere indicators and not directions as how you should dress for a season. Nevertheless, knowing what has been on the mind of top designers, labels do matter, and for your help, we have decoded the best trends you would be wearing in 2020 spring and summer!

Crochet is Back-

If you thought that crochet is old-school, think again. Brands like Marni, Fendi, Salvatore Ferragamo, have used crochet to create fabulous outfits, and this trend could much become a hint for shopping dresses online. Try the strappy gowns and maxi dresses in summer colours and pastels, and we promise you will love the statement.

Short Shorts

Designers are also in love with the shorter version of shorts. Hermès, Salvatore Ferragamo and Saint Laurent are some of the popular brands that have featured these shorts. From the sporty ones to more casual styles, there is something for everyone. Chanel too had short shorts in their collection, and with a nice tee or a bomber jacket, you are good to rule.

Twisted Suits

The formal suit can feel boring sometimes, but not anymore. Summer collections of 2020 had a lot of twisted suits, which featured the Bermuda. The trend was more visible at Altuzarra, Bottega Veneta and Dion Lee to name a few, and it could be a great trend for semi-formal styling. For the colours, select anything from the dark tones to feminine shades.

For the Bra

Cropped tops changed everything we knew of tops, but this season, it will be a step ahead. More designers and brands, including top names such as Giambattista Valli and Fendi, came up with bra tops that are anything but minimalistic. You will love these bra tops when paired with shorts, and when you don’t want to show off a lot of skin, add a jacket, shrug or blazer.

Feather Light

Another trend that surely deserves a mention is feathery outfits. Prabal Gurung and Burberry did some amazing designs with their collections, and these are outfits you would be wearing in the evening. Ditch those sequined cocktail dresses and LBDs this summer, and turn to feature. It’s over the top, sensuous and certainly trending! For more inspiration, check the collection of Valentino and Christopher John Rogers.

In Conclusion

Now that you have the best trends from the best brands, it’s time to go ahead and shop. Online stores will have some replicas or the other for most of these fashion designs and styles, and you can find a pick that works for you. We would also like to mention about large, oversized disco collars that have been trending for a while.

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Authors Bio: Suzy Walsh is a fashion blogger and style expert on The House of Elegance Fashion – a budding blog that focuses on everything related to style and glamour. She loves working on fashion posts and has been a guest author for numerous blogs and websites


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