Sun gloves shopping online? Those who like a bit of Vitamin C in their fashion diet will be pleased at the amount of bright orange set to hit the shelves over the next few months. Designers have a tendency to showcase fun, vibrant colours in the spring – which is one reason neon is likely to work well in the early part of this year. But there’s another prominent and somewhat garish colour in town for 2020, in the form of tangerine. “This specific shade of orange works for casualwear, such as shorts and sweaters, but was also a favourite for fancier pieces, such as dresses or ruffled tops,” wrote InStyle’s Samantha Sutton.
When it comes to waistcoats, think Glastonbury, not Gareth Southgate – specifically, think Kate Moss at Glastonbury in 2005. Cut tight to the body and worn with micro shorts, billowing shirts and occasionally with nothing underneath at all, a black tailored waistcoat was central to Moss’s Noughties look – and the Saint Laurent spring/summer 2020 version (worn by Kaia Gerber) was a clear throwback. Elsewhere, the waistcoat lent ’70s panache to jeans and crepe de Chine blouses at Celine, elongated elegance to a chocolate brown combination at Hermes, and boyish ease to wide-legged trousers at Sacai.
You’re probably familiar with the slip dress and bustier tops, but this season, lingerie is taking center stage in the ready-to-wear world as opposed to its usual seat underneath it all. The title for this trend theme couldn’t be any clearer: Lingerie dressing is going way beyond the confines of the bedroom as traditional lingerie detailing such as hook and eye clasps, boning, garters, sheer paneling, tons of silks, lace, corsetry, and much more have worked their way into some of the most prominent spring collections. From Olivier Theyskens showing us that much less is much more to Dion Lee’s exciting take on all things boned and bound, the three trends ahead are our suggestion of where to start when it comes to tackling lingerie dressing this season.
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Let’s talk some spring 2020 trends in the fashion world. Some Like It Hot Pants: Who wears short shorts? A lot of us. Hot pants staged a triumphant comeback on the spring 2020 runways—from itty bitty knit shorts at Hermes and Ferragamo to denim cutoffs at Rag & Bone and spandex at Brandon Maxwell. For those who’d rather ease into Daisy Duke status, Chanel styled the look with black tights.Balance out the ultra-short shorts with long sleeves or a jacket on top, a la Isabel Marant.
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