Are you excited to embrace the new trends and styles of the New Year and new decade! The New Year comes with an exciting and celebratory vibe. Everyone wants to dress up, celebrate, and party. And when it comes to dressing up, we love to experiment with the new fashion trends. The thing about fashion is that it is fast evolving. Before you know it, there is a new raging trend and social media is full of celebs flaunting it.
This year, before you pile up your formerly essentials as outdated pieces, take a look at 2020’s fashion trends, which are going to take the world by a storm! Why? Because many trends from the past fashion eras are going to revisit and we cannot wait to try them! You will again get to rock some of the favorite, timeless, and universal styles. While browsing Pakistani designer suits, I figured out that trends like power suiting and puffy sleeves with some cool henna designs are back in vogue.
From street style to runways, we are going to mention all the raging trends you should flaunt in 2020!
5 Fashion Trends to Rule in 2020
Padded, strong shoulders are making their way back from the 80s! For a more sophisticated and formal feel, go for power pantsuits and channel your inner girl boss. Suiting is a wardrobe essential for classy women who can pull off a formal attire with a chic vibe. If you want to sport a more casual look, pair your blazer with a tee and jeans or a skirt. You can pull off this effortlessly trendy ensemble with sultry to serious occasions with thoughtful and savvy styling!
Blazers are practical and all-purpose. You can wear them to work and you can rock them with a neon tee and high sneakers on the weekends. Invest in some quality blazers with great fabric and cuts. Vintage blazers are also in. Some pro tips for finding the right blazers for yourself are not being reluctant to wear other sizes and always trying it on. Oversized blazers are a thing this year too!
We are expecting vintage prints to make a reappearance in the spring and summer this year. We simply love retro prints. The styling options are also many with these prints. You can pair them with a turtleneck top/sweater and cinch your waist with a trendy belt. Add dainty heels to make your dress stand out. Animal prints are essentially vintage prints too. You will be witnessing a lot of animal prints in handbags, dresses, and even shoes.
Puffy silhouette sleeves gained traction last year and people are still swooning over them. The sleeves are only becoming puffier this year, be they whimsical or structural! These voluminous sleeves have the power to elevate any outfit. Inspired by the Victorian age, we are going to see them quite frequently in 2020.
The best thing about this romantic detail is that you can rock it in both, eastern and western clothing pieces. An ethnic top with puff sleeves would look amazing when paired with jeans. Similarly, a long, flared dress or a petite dress would look stunning with the classy puff-sleeves detail.
One of the trendiest yet impractical trends that emerged in the New York Fashion Week is the tiny bag! Although we have used the word “impractical,” but fashionistas on social media have carried this mini accessory so well that we are drooling! You can make these bags work more if you have the habit of carrying the bare minimum. From glossy neon ones to matte leather classics, you will find a huge variety to choose from.
If you are looking at runways for inspiration, they are carrying bags so tiny that even your phone will not fit in. If you are looking for a bag that can carry a few essentials like keys, phone, and wallet, then get yourself a slightly bigger bag.
Neutrals are undeniably classy and chic! From warm caramel and coffee browns to winter whites, monochromatic neutrals are subtle and stylish. You need to make a mark with an impacting monochromatic moment this year. Whether it is about flaunting a formal attire or sporting a chic casual look, you have to wear the entire rainbow’s spectrum! A solo color can look more elegant and classier if you are good at savvy styling. Take your due dose of fashion inspo from celebs like Kim Kardashian, who flawlessly rocks her monochromatic and neutral basics. In addition, neutral monochromes look equally gorgeous in Eastern women fashion clothes as well as in western.