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8 Spring Fashion Trends For 2020

Fashion in 2020 is not like any fashion we’ve seen before, there are no strict rules, no clothing item is a must-have. It’s all about having a choice in what looks good and makes you feel good. Social and environmental changes that we’ve seen in the past decade have influenced the fashion world and how we view it. We’re all more conscious about ethical approaches, fair trade, working conditions, animal rights, what fabrics are good for the environment. We all have a slightly more minimalist approach to our wardrobe choosing staples that will last us years instead of completely revamping our wardrobe each season. So fashion has become less about what’s in and what’s out and more about suggesting ideas and trends for us to try out, while giving us a plethora of choice when it comes to styles, colors, patterns, etc. So here are some spring trends for 2020 for you to get inspired.

1.Tropical Vibes

One of the big trends
this spring and we’re sure it’ll carry into the summer is tropical print.
Bright, happy and refreshing it’s been present on the runways of fashion elite
like Dolce&Gabbana, Valentino, Versace and others. It’s not a coincidence
either, the designers are trying to bring more attention to climate change with
their new fashion lines, and we’re sure it’s working, you look at palm leaves
and you want to keep the planet looking green, don’t you?

2.Suits, Suits, Suits

Suits are still as
popular as ever, but now instead of the classic two-piece, it seems like the
trends are moving towards three-piece suits or jackets and Bermuda shorts. So
whether you’re a fashionista or you’re just required to wear a suit at work –
this is your chance to stand out and be bold in your suit choices.

 

3.Wallpaper Prints

The 60s and 70s
wallpaper prints and couch patterns are back in full swing but this time you
can wear them. And if you take a look at the latest collections by Marc Jacobs,
Fendi, Paco Rabanne and Prada you’ll see that the idea is to wear it in
ensembles and double down on the print instead of just picking one accent
piece. Just dive into the kooky prints headfirst and submerge yourself in it,
go as far as to have loud accessories and handbags with the same print.

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