Since after the whole Brexit situation, London has gone wild with its preoccupation with uncertainty. However, London Fashion Week took off this year in full spirit and seemed to work out its magic in the whimsical world of the clothing industry. These are the trends we saw over and over on the runways at London Fashion Week Spring Summer 2020.
Straight from the runway, statement sleeves made it big during LFW 2020. From ruffled sleeves HuishanZang to oversized sleeves by Richard Malone. For the spring season, if you wish to create a statement look or a look that leaves a lasting impression, then you should definitely be looking out for sleeves that catch attention.
Neutral Monochrome Suits
We saw it during Milan Fashion Week and New York Fashion Week. The monochrome trend has gotten out of hand for Spring/Summer 2020. During London Fashion Week, Burberry gave us power suits all in one shade – and we are down for each and every piece in their collection. We are calling dibs on this season’s monochrome fashion trend.
Simone Rocha gave us all the 80s maiden vibes with her collection as she showcased a collection inspired by her Irish roots. For the coming spring season, she had embroidered organza dresses – dresses with full sleeves, ruffled sleeves, and hanging lace embellishments. Take real-time inspiration from her collection for wedding dresses, and modest gowns.
Victoria Beckham’s collection consisted of nicely tailored suits and long flowy dresses. Her dresses featured deep necklines and loose, billowy silhouettes – and still, it all looked beautiful. Two things are noteworthy here: one, all dresses that you buy for spring should have one striking feature like a statement sleeve or no proper waistline fitting, and two that these dresses must have either monochrome or bichrome theme that goes well with the seasonal colors.