If you are searching across the Google headline Fashion Trend in 2020, you will see some predictions from the popular designer there. In this article, we just take a look at three of them. Maybe it will help you look more stylish and fashionable in this new year.
Evergreen Peplum-Style Tops
This old fashion style will never make you too old to wear it. It is the ultimate fashion style for a long time. According to history, women in Greece has been wearing a peplum dress since the 1800’s. This specific Greek garment is called a ”Peplos” and it’s basically a rectangular piece of fabric that has been tied and folded around the body to create an effect of layering around the waist area.
The Oldis Puffed Sleeves are Back
Marc Jacobs’ recent fashion show titled, “Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini and Cecilie Bahnsen” romantic takes on the Renaissance-inspired sleeve at New York, Milan and Copenhagen spring/summer 2020 fashion weeks. (Vogue Australia). Inspired by Dior’s mega-sunglasses, Balenciaga’s supersized coats and over-the-top, designers, editors and influencers alike haven’t looked back. Maggie Hewitt, founder of Maggie Marilyn said, “There is a romanticism about a puff sleeve, and for me, it also invokes a sense of strength.” Even bridalwear is getting in on the act, the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund finalist Danielle Frankel, also add this Renaissance style to the wedding dress he designed.
The Trends Back in 1970
If you still have a grandmother or grandfather who lives until now, chances are he will smile seeing the fashion trends this year. In fact, you may be able to wear clothes [if there are still stored} because you will look stylish. Wide-leg pants, midi and maxi skirts, bell-bottoms, lovely denim, and suede jackets are characteristics of 70’s fashion.
So, which one will you try this year? or do you want to try all the trends this 2020?