The Fashion Weeks in September saw several designers play on neon themes.
Some featured mint green or pistachio colors prominently in their collections, others had a transparent highlighter feel to their outfits.
The only way to wear a blazer next season is with a bralette. Designers played with the idea of showing off your midriff while still making you feel covered up.
A packet of skittles would have nothing on the rainbow of colors which designers have been showcasing on leather in recent months.
Leather designs were once reserved for autumn and winter, but it seems leather is set to make its mark in Spring this year.
Floral designs are just one fashion trend set to return in a big way this spring, having been shown extensively at September’s Fashion Weeks.
For 2020 there actually is a major innovation in the print: Designers are honing in on roses, specifically, to make their spring collections feel, well, spring-y. And the result is incredibly elegant.
It’s a versatile, visually appealing and colorful theme which seems perpetually popular with consumers, so always a safe bet for Springtime.
Side slits are climbing higher than ever for spring 2020, so embrace flashing a little cheek. This effortless cut brings a whole new wave of sexiness to your skirts and keeps you cool when the temps start to rise. For more coverage, go up a size and layer jeans or linen trousers underneath.
Don’t be afraid to own the stage (streets?) in 2020. It’s your time to shine—literally. Designers like Ralph Lauren and Sally LaPointe gave their stamp of approval to sporting sequins for both day and night. Whether you go with a sparkly gown or a shimmery suit set, prepare to stand out and be the peacock in your friend group.