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Spring Summer Trends 2020

While I appreciate it can be hard to imagine summer dresses and sandals when we’re still wrapped up from head to toe let’s take our minds off winter coats and the miserable weather for a second and turn our attention to spring.  Whether you like to overhaul your wardrobe at the start of the new season or just like to have a heads up on what’s going on in the fashion world look no further for a round-up of the five biggest trends on the high street this spring/summer.

Drawstrings

Designers have added drawstrings to anoraks, trousers, dresses, skirts and jumpsuits for a touch of sportiness. Great for adding curves to your silhouette for those who are bottom heavy (find trousers & skirts to fit your bottom/thighs but are too big on your waist) drawstring trousers and skirts will be like music to your ears.

Sky-High Side Slits

While side slits have been around for a while now, they are climbing higher than ever for spring/summer.  A great opportunity to embrace flashing a little leg this effortless cut brings a whole new wave of sexiness to your skirts and will be sure to help keep you cool in warmer climes.  If you prefer more coverage, go up a size and layer over jeans or team with linen trousers.

Short Suits

Tailoring is no longer just about the classic trouser suit with bermuda short suits looking to be one of the key trends this season.  As well as buying short suits for an all in one look they will look just as great worn separately offering many options to mix and layer.

Bold Necklines

When it comes to necklines this spring/summer it’s all about showing off as much shoulder and decolletage as you can.  Think off the shoulder jumpers and square, scoop and slashed necklines.  The trick when opting for a deeper neckline is to ensure you create a balance point with the simple

Puffed Sleeves

Whether worn as focused ruching on your shoulder or a dolman sleeve on your jump puff sleeves are here to stay.  Great for adding volume to your upper body or helping to create curves.

Which will you incorporate into your wardrobe this spring?  Please leave your comments below.

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