The world has changed significantly since the February and March runway shows. And with it how many of us live and work has also changed, to become more home-oriented, with less travel and fewer occasions to dress-up for. This also affects what we choose to wear. And so my round-up of fall winter fashions for autumn and winter 2020 has used this lens to pick the most wearable trends.
Comfort is key. However, it's still good to get dressed properly (keep gym wear for exercising and lounge wear for your lounge)!
The main trends in tops are:
The main trend in bottoms is also volume with waist definition.
The main trend in pants is for wide-leg styles this ranges from slim-straight styles through to very wide legs. This trend applies to jeans as well.
Lengths include cropped and full-length.
The main patterns available are all types of checks.
The main trend is skirts is subtle A-line and full-A-line styles. However pencil skirts are also available.
The dominant trend in skirt lengths is midi-length.
Sweater dresses are the dominant trend in dresses this season. You'll find them in lengths ranging from just above-the-knee to midi length.
There are also many other dress styles still available. In particular fit-and-flare midi lengths.
There's a good range of cosy cardigan styles this season. The shorter styles can be worn as stand-alone tops. The thicker, longer styles can be worn as coatigans.
There's a wide range of jackets and coats available, including:
The dominant trend in shoes and boots is for tire-tread soles. There are also many equestrian style elements, such as the strap on the full-length boots above.
Sneakers also remain widely available.
For more examples (and links back to the vendors) of 2020 spring summer fashion trends see my Pinterest board here.