And with the debut of the new year, the brand new Spring Summer 2020 fashion trends are also arriving. The fashion shows in Milan, Paris, London and New York present a fashion that ranges from oversized shoulder jackets to jungle print, passing through the tops with straps and total white.
Discover the trends that it is impossible to give up the next hot season:
Jungle fever> The fashion of palm trees, ferns and flowers of all kinds have peeped out among the most iconic brands in fashion, and this is precisely why existing on the green wave will be truly impossible.
Oversized shoulders> With a clear nostalgic reference to the 80s, blazers and jackets will become oversized, in combination with sunglasses with vintage frames - strictly black - and high-waisted trousers.
Shorts> After the obsession of cyclists among the trends of next summer shorts appear. The variations are varied: ranging from very short and tight hot pants to wider and more fluid models, in short, a hymn to practicality and sportiness!
Shirts> Passepartout garment par excellence, the shirt is enriched with new and eclectic facets. It will be possible to choose between the shirts in a practical but super chic version, in fluid silk with applied pockets, or those with a slightly more bohemian style thanks to soft floral motifs, or those in which volumes are exacerbated through sophisticated flounces.
Strapless top> The nostalgia operation continues unstoppable towards another unforgettable decade, that of the 1990s. Subject of this stylistic déjà-vu, the thin straps tops that become super glamorous, embellished with macramé inserts and gold embroidery.
Off-the-shoulder dresses> Discover the shoulders! This is the diktat to face the hottest days (but also the evenings) of next summer.
Total white> From the shades of ice to ivory, white reconfirms its role as a must color for the summer. Versatile and absolutely chic, it will contaminate every female wardrobe, from outerwear to the most impalpable dresses.
Tie dye> Back in vogue for a few seasons now, the psychedelic motif created with the knot dyeing technique shows no sign of wanting to disappear from the catwalks.