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The Bermuda Short

2020 May 15

Usually shorts aren’t considered to be one of the more exciting separates, but the Bermuda short is the newest game changer, and a top trend for summer/ fall transition. The wide legged, knee length high waisted short is flattering and extremely versatile- and it’s even office-approved because of its modest fit. Designers such as Alberta Ferretti, Bottega Veneta and Ryan Roche showed their own takes on this idea which ranged from a leather version to some done in denim and in colorful plaid. There is a Bermuda style for every occasion and need. See below for some of our favorite looks.

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The New Old-Fashioned: Gingham!

2020 April 27

Gingham has been around for centuries and became an iconic Americana pattern after Dorothy sported it in The Wizard of Oz. The preppy print seems to come back around every spring/summer season, but this year designers are using bold and popping colors to make it a new wardrobe eye-catcher. In addition to the bright colors, designers are using structured and power-forward silhouettes to further reinvent the head-to-toe gingham look. Scroll through our favorite runway looks below.

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Dreaming of Paradise

2020 April 20

With much of the world currently stuck at home with nowhere to go to, we are imagining a place far, far away where we can leave our worries behind – our own little tropical paradise. The paradise theme was one of the Spring/Summer 2020 trends that seems especially relevant now, and was embraced by fashion’s biggest designer houses, including Versace, Fendi, Dolce & Gabbana and Jeremy Scott. Their runway looks showed an array of tropical and botanical prints in all sorts of colors, leaving us with happy, positive feelings that we’re attempting to recreate now, in hopes of more serene and lovely days ahead. Until then, let these styles be your inspo for your next vacation (whenever it may be), or achieve an at-home staycation chill vibe with a take on one of these looks.

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Getting Cozy

2020 April 3

With more than half of Americans under a “stay at home” order, athleisure fashion by way of sweats has returned as the steady choice for most. In recent years, fashion saw a rise in the hangout-meets-exercise gear trend due to changing consumer behaviors, and now in these uncertain times, values and priorities have again shifted from maximum effort to staying comfortable while remaining out of the public eye. The changes can also be seen on runways. Designers like Balenciaga, Tommy Hilfiger, Iceberg and House of Holland have featured sweats in their newest spring/summer 2020 collection. Below are our favorite leisurewear looks.

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Wild Wild West

2020 March 10

Saddle up for one of summer’s most versatile trends: western wear. Ever since the anthem “Old Town Road” took over airwaves last year, the country look has trickled back into fashion and is heading toward obsession-levels for 2020. With elements such as fringe, holsters, and cow prints on everything from western shirts to prairie dresses, designers were riding the western wear wave for their shows, and both low and high retailers are now offering up the idea. Whether going for a head-to-toe cowgirl vibe or just incorporating a piece into a standard outfit, there are lots of ways to giddy up.

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Summer Leather

2020 February 28

Leather and all its faux variations are having a moment for summer! Colorful and punchy head-to-toe looks ruled the runways from designers including Sally LaPointe, Adeam, Givenchy, House of Holland and Tod’s. Leather-accentuated styles in both soft silhouettes and with clean lines helped keep the idea modern and feminine. Below are some of our favorite spring/summer bold faux leather looks.

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The Victorian Revival

2020 February 14

This spring, fashion references eras of long ago with the revival of Victorian style. Big houses like Alexander McQueen, Burberry and Marc Jacobs drew inspiration from both the Edwardian and Victorian periods for their latest spring/summer collections. From voluminous leg o mutton sleeves to high neck collars and accentuated waists, the flare from the late 1800s and early 1900s can be spotted on dresses and blouses made modern with other updates. See below for our favorite looks.

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Fluff your Ruffles

2020 February 7

Ruffles were one of the most incorporated trims used in styles shown on runways for spring/ summer: designers like Christopher Kane, Erdem and MSGM made use of the expressive volume-adders, giving a playful and chic charm to their designs. From asymmetrical hems to necklines, there seem to be no rules on the placement or amount of ruffles that can enhance a garment, as long as they make a fashion statement. Below are some of our favorite looks using the trend.

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The Peplum returns!

2020 January 31

From casual street styles to fancier evening wear, peplum hems in all sorts of incarnations are back for the spring/summer season. Designers like Prabal Gurung, Jason Wu, and Michael Kors incorporated the peplum silhouette into their newest runway creations. From soft and flowy to structured and pleated, peplums can be a classy component on a skirt, blouse or fitted blazer. The overskirt flatters every shape by accentuating the nipped waist and curvaceous lines of the mid-body. See below our favorite peplum designs from runways below.

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Seeing Spots

2020 January 24

Polka dots have returned for spring/ summer with updated features. To keep the classic pattern interesting and fresh, design houses like Richard Quinn and Balenciaga created new versions of the dot print by pairing multiple dot sizes, abstracting the shape of the dot, or creating contrast within the colors of the dot and the background. See some of our favorite polka dot looks from runways below.

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