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As a market editor, one of my favorite areas is to analyze the trends on the runways every season (with great depth and passion) to offer you, our dear readers, a lot of chic, portable and affordable shopping tips based on all of these new trends.
The S / S 20's runways were indeed a feast for the eyes with exciting looks for every taste – from bespoke three-piece suits to swaying tent dresses and (one of my personal favorites) themes inspired by the 70s. I was keen to update my own winter-to-spring wardrobe, and went to one of my favorite affordable retailers, H&M, to see if I could recreate some cool S / S 20 runway looks without to break the bank. Fortunately, there were many trend-oriented pieces to do this with ease. Scroll down as I share some of my favorite spring runways for under $ 200.
Celine was undoubtedly one of my favorite series in the S / S 20, mainly because the collection had a bourgeois Parisian 70s mood that is just right for my Sartorian taste buds. In addition, practically every look was something I could see on the street, to work, or to go out. This season, Celine led the return of the flared jeans (hooray!), And these two looks below show how chic they can be. All you need is a great button-down shirt, a narrow belt and a tailored blazer.
Tailoring had a big moment on the runways, especially with three-piece suits that were on top. Layering your bespoke parts in a monochrome palette is the key to the look. Think of layered vests, blazers and coats to create a shiny silhouette that will guide you through every meeting and work event this season. For my beige lover colleagues, Burberry's three-piece suit is seriously dreamy. While I couldn't find a vest in the shop at H & M, I instead created the layering effect with a blazer and a coat. (This exact coat doesn't seem to be available online yet, so I've added a similar one until it arrives on site.)
I've always had a soft spot for classic polka dots and luckily they were discovered (in the truest sense of the word) all over on the runways S / S 20. From Gucci to Carolina Herrera to Michael Kors, the pretty print was mainly found on clothes. This flowing number from H & M can be worn loosely and sluggishly or strap on at the waist, as seen at Michael Kors.
One of the most refreshing new trends on the catwalks was clothes worn over pants, and I'm 100% there for them. From minis to maxis, there were smocks over jeans, tailored trousers and wide-cut silhouettes, which made us seriously rethink our layering game. This look from Khaite is the perfect option for dinner and a drink with friends. Opt for trendy details like puff sleeves and cool prints.
Long, swaying dresses are casual, comfortable, and a refreshing trend that I can't wait to wear more as temperatures begin to rise. They were seen in abundance in Roksanda and Valentino, where garments hung loosely from the collarbone to the calf, with the hems lowered and often lying on the floor. Stella McCartney's version of the trend is romantic, charming, and airy, and luckily I found a pretty similar match at H&M.
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