The cold weather arrived and with it came the will and need to renew the wardrobe. Leave aside the fresh summer sandals and clothes and embrace the warm and cosy clothes of winter. We don’t want to leave you alone in this season’s clothing renewal adventure, so we’ll show you the main Autumn/Winter 2020 fashion trends.
This is the colour of the year 2020, elected by Pantone. It is characterised by an intense colour of blue which conveys protection, confidence and calm. This is a colour that will be present in fashion in autumn/winter 2020.
The colour green, in all its shades, will be the queen colour this season. It will be present in both clothing and accessories. Its shades bring us closer to nature and sustainability.
Intense, strong colours will also mark this autumn/winter’s looks, for example, combined with green or classic blue.
This feature adds a glamorous touch to any look, providing modern, urban and dramatic visuals.
Snorting sleeves, extralong and inflated volumes
As a reference to the 1980s, these characteristics will be assumed to be present in autumn/winter clothing people in 2020.
This is an element that will bring versatility to your wardrobe. It is possible to coordinate the covers with various looks, from the most casual to a party. It will be one of the best allies to fight the cold of this season.
This is an element that will be present in many pieces this season, from dresses to shirts.
Boots are the first element of footwear that comes to mind when we hear about winter. This season the “Knee right” pipe is a classic that will be present, especially with the square jump.
The square beak will continue this fall/winter. In the previous season, this was a trend that had already been asserted in sandals and is now extended to winter shoes.
This trend will be present in footwear, present in all shoe models. We can find all footwear with this texture or in details that contrast with other materials and colours.
Now you are ready to face the next season. Get into style and dazzle in every situation.