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We may be in tens of millions of layers at the moment to survive the bitterly cold winter, but no doubt our thoughts are already thinking about which trends we will wear by spring 2020. And there is a lot to discover this year: Bermuda shorts, colorful leather and three-piece suits, to name just a few. But today we're going to look for clothes, one of our favorite pieces that should be updated when a new season arrives. The runways in spring 2020 provided us with an abundance of enchanting clothes that stimulated our sartorial appetite. Scroll down to see the most popular dress trends from the S / S 20 runways, guaranteed to be found everywhere on our Insta feeds – from sparse 1960s wallpapers to striking sleeves and floor-sweeping maxis some Months time.
One of the most popular trends on the spring slopes was long, swaying and trapezoidal dresses that hung loosely from clavicle to calf without restrictions. These often showed equally modest stand-up collars and long sleeves that hung over the wrist. Expect clothes that streak the floor and take a seat on an Insta lining near you.
If there is an imprint that blows up our spring feedings, it is undoubtedly a speck. Everywhere on the runways – from Marc Jacobs to Carolina Herrera – the classic print is your contact point for work, weddings, weekends and beyond.
We love the lightness and ease of a one-piece rib knit sweater dress. The iterations of spring 2020 consist of light, ribbed fabrics with stripes, metallic accents and uplifting colors.
The runways of the S / S 20 have a lot of action – from billowing puffy sleeves to voluminous frills – the mantra for the new season Go brave or go home!
We celebrate this spring like 1969! Graphic and eclectic prints on mini, midi and maxis – from Paco Rabanne to Marc Jacobs to Fendi – prove that vintage wallpaper prints and flower power are back from the 1960s. Opt for unconventional fabrics and folkloric details to underline the thrift-chic look.
Give your dresses a touch of drama this spring and opt for a dress with tiers. Seen at Chanel, McQueen and Roksanda, these smocks can easily be dressed up or down. Give them a casual, everyday touch by wearing them with flat sandals or sneakers.
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