Fashion trends are always changing. The clothes we wear depend on the season but we are inspired by what the celebrities are wearing and what we see in fashion shows. Although, everyday people can't afford buying clothes from famous designers, if you know what items are prefered and how to match them, then you can easily recreate expensive outfits.
There are so many options out there that it can get confusing sometimes. That’s why we, Sewport, decided to make an expert roundup and reach out to 40 fashion specialists which we asked:
What are the main fashion trends of 2019/2020?
The experts featured in this post are fashion influencers, some blog about fashion while others are also designers. They all are very experienced and knowledge regarding fashion and they shared with us their opinions. They talked about what are the trendiest styles, items, fabrics, and also about how the fashion industry is changing its mentality becoming more eco-friendly and sustainable.
To make this post easier to read for you, we arranged the answers by categories and included a few summaries. Enjoy your reading!
Vanessa Valiente - V-Style
The main fashion trends for 2019/2020 are pastels, bold colors, monochromatic looks, feathers, and skirts in general - we have not seen a lot of skirts for a while now and people are tired of jeans.
We saw all these trends during fashion week in September, but more importantly, these are the trends that feel the most fresh and have not been oversaturated the past few years if not the past decade, so it will have staying power.
Monique Loveless - moniqueloveless.com
1. Animal Prints & Mixed Prints
Prints galore are here to stay and are ready to wear, with stores like Zara carrying diverse variations with all different styles.
It’s an all year round fabric now which means a must have for your closet. From skirts, dresses, leggings you can’t go wrong with this trend and it’s also why it’s not saying goodbye any time soon.
Suits are such a powerful statement and I love them. Even better for the Spring/Summer seasons with shorts to make it versatile for all year round.
Not everyone can be Lady Gaga in Valentino when it comes to feathers but every girl should have a bit of this trend in her closet. Designers such Christian Cowan, Calvin Klein and Michael Kors have made it attainable.
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