Spring 2020’s Biggest Trends To Follow

 

Trends For Spring 2020

Once that initial feeling of wanting everything from the runway wears off, we like to take a closer look at what we saw during New York Fashion Week, scanning each and every collection in search of the bigger picture. Which designs or colors popped up more than once? What were some cool fashion tricks worth trying for ourselves? And, more importantly, which trends can we incorporate into our wardrobe right now, long before the rest of the world catches on?

 

at we’ve already added to our closet, along with some $0 styling choices that we could copy tomorrow if we wanted. Ahead, we’ve rounded up 15 of the best trends from New York Fashion Week, all of which will be surprisingly easy to embrace, now and in the future.

Sweet Spots

Trends For Spring 2020

Fashion clown lives on! Polka dots appeared in a handful of collections, and while black-and-white combos were definitely favorite, vibrant colors such as yellow were included in the mix as well.

Above: Michael Kors

Trends For Spring 2020

Carolina Herrera

Trends For Spring 2020

Marc Jacobs

Capri Pants

Trends For Spring 2020
COURTESY

It looks like it’s time to officially ditch tiny cutoffs. If 2019 was the year of the Bermuda short, 2020 will be the year its cousin, the Capri pant, makes a major comeback.

Above: Sandy Liang

Trends For Spring 2020

Batsheva

Trends For Spring 2020

Veronica Beard

Two-Toned Designs

 

Trends For Spring 2020

 

Between two-toned pants, two-toned shirts, and two-toned dresses, there were plenty of pieces pulling double color duty this time around.

Above: Sally LaPointe

Trends For Spring 2020

Christian Siriano

Trends For Spring 2020

Cynthia Rowley

Blazers and Bras

Trends For Spring 2020

Work and play are joining forces with this belly-baring styling trick. Not only is it an easy one to copy, it’s a great way to make the most of this structured closet staple.

Above: Michael Kors

Trends For Spring 2020

Prabal Gurung

Trends For Spring 2020

Cynthia Rowley

Statement Sleeves

Trends For Spring 2020

If you’ve already invested in some puff-sleeve shirts, there’s good news: this trend isn’t going anywhere. In fact, it only seems to be getting more extreme thanks to extra volume, ruffles, and bold colorways.

Above: Khaite

Trends For Spring 2020

Christian Siriano

Trends For Spring 2020

 

Matchy-Matchy

Trends For Spring 2020

Since we’re already embracing monochromatic combinations for fall, we’ll be pros at putting together single-shade looks by the time spring rolls around.

Above: Sies Marjan

Trends For Spring 2020

Tibi

Trends For Spring 2020

Libertine

Colorblocking

Trends For Spring 2020

One bright color makes a statement, but a few can take our breath away. For spring 2020, it seems like more the merrier, with combinations of blues, greens, and reds popping up everywhere.

Above: Batsheva

Trends For Spring 2020

Prabal Gurung

Trends For Spring 2020

 

Casual Peplum

Trends For Spring 2020

Every few years, peplum shirts come back in style. The latest version is a bit more relaxed (more of a ruffle detail than anything) and pairs well with staples such as jeans.

Above: Jonathan Simkhai

Trends For Spring 2020

Tibi

Trends For Spring 2020

Khaite

Mint Green

Trends For Spring 2020

Pink is still going strong for spring 2020, but mint green is another color that’s getting pretty popular. The versatile shade was everywhere.

Above: Alice & Olivia

Trends For Spring 2020

Sally LaPointe

Trends For Spring 2020

Christian Siriano

Metallics

Trends For Spring 2020

Silver, gold, sequins — if you love a little bit of sparkle, this season will be your time to shine.

Above: Brandon Maxwell

Trends For Spring 2020

 

Trends For Spring 2020

 

Lingerie-Like Looks

Trends For Spring 2020

As you’re embracing the bra-and-blazer trend, you might want to try out a corset as well. On the runway, the undergarment was seen paired with structured sets.

Above: Vera Wang

Trends For Spring 2020

 

Trends For Spring 2020

 

Mullet Shirts

Trends For Spring 2020

Should you wear a dress? Should you wear pants? This style, which reaches the floor in the back, is the best of both worlds.

Above: Brock Collection

Trends For Spring 2020

Christian Siriano

Trends For Spring 2020

 

Ribbed Sweater Dresses

Trends For Spring 2020

We love a one-and-done outfit, and this dress — which, more often than not, includes stripes — will surely solve a bunch of our warm-weather dilemmas.

Above: Marc Jacobs

Trends For Spring 2020

Self-Portrait

Trends For Spring 2020
MONICA FEUDI

Zimmermann

Bright Orange

Trends For Spring 2020

Is it even spring without a fun, vibrant color thrown into the mix? This specific shade of orange works for casualwear, such as shorts and sweaters, but was also a favorite for fancier pieces, such as dresses or ruffled tops.

Christian Siriano

Trends For Spring 2020

Gabriela Hearst

Trends For Spring 2020
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Sally LaPointe

Updated Shirtdress

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Classic with a twist. A few designers turned this basic into something statement-making, playing with shapes, adding ruffles, and showing a bit of skin.

Above: Brandon Maxwell

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DAN AND CORINA LECCA

Self-Portrait

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DIA DIPASUPIL/GETTY IMAG

Tibi


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