1 || The DiscoCollar
The pointed disco collar is one of the major comeback trends to start the decade with. These 70s-inspired collars were seen at Paco Rabanne, Louis Vuitton, and Fendi, and were also partnered with 70’s-inspired outfits… some were wild and some were quite wearable such as Fendi’s.
2 || Fringes And Tassels
In the previous seasons fringe was seen on dresses and jackets and such, this coming season however, fringe is making a comeback …But in an entirely new fashion. Fringe for spring has seen a makeover where you would see glimmering fringed skirts, blazers, capes, and where fringe was also sported glamorously at Oscar de la Renta, Burberry, and Christian Siriano.
3 || Color Blocking
Color blocking or two-toned dressing was a refreshing trend on the runways. There were maxi dresses with spaghetti straps at Roland Mouret, while Ports 1961 embraced modest fashion by merging reds and pinks together.
4 || Crochet
Definitely not your grandmother’s crochet! Crochet gets a serious update this spring as it invades all types of wear! You can easily imagine the ultra-feminine dresses that are made in crochet but can you also picture polished suits and evening-wear? Needless to mention that crochet is a handmade technique that has been passed down generations deeming it as sustainable as can get!
5 || Retro Prints
On one end of the spectrum you have your minimalist faves, while on the other end we bring you retro graphics and prints in the form of 60’s wallpaper patterns. We bet you’ve had enough of florals, so the designers decided to venture forth and bring nostalgic psychedelic prints that one used to adorn 60’s wallpaper and upholstery with.
6 || Colored Leather
No longer reserved for fall and winter, leather has been making a very strong statement recently and it’s here to invade your spring wardrobe as well. Colorful leather was spotted on many runways and in many forms; from jackets to pants, skirts to dresses, the sky’s the limit. Opt for a colorful leather jacket this spring and you will be spot on.
7 || The Bermuda
The Bermuda shorts and the Bermuda short suit are a must for spring. Some consider this a spin-off the biker short trend. Designers such as Bottega Veneta, Chloe, and Givenchy were among the few to embrace this trend for spring.
8 || Suits
There’s no doubt that a well curated wardrobe must incorporate a well tailored suit. Suits will remain to be a thing this Spring, however, the update they have received is going to revive the entire classic tailored and coordinated look.. Additions such as vest, big belts, Bermuda shorts, and the final touch of layering waistcoats or trenches as a final touch have been massive.. The return of the 3-piece suiting will up the ante and add sophistication to your style..
9 || Neons
Fluorescent garments are going to be the highlight of the season, literally. Striking shades of neon pink, orange, blue, green, and yellow lit up multiple runways, from Tom Ford to Christopher John Rogers, Courreges and more.
10 || Tangerine
The 2020 spring runways introduced this very cheerful hue and ever since it has become the go-to pop of color we’ve been spotting on street style stars.. This breakout color happens to be tangerine, which is not quite orange, not quite mustard, it’s the shade that sits right in between, some call it marigold..It will bring life into your autumnal fall winter wardrobe, will liven up most outfits, consider introducing it now via accessories, handbags, scarves and shoes..