Spring/Summer 2020 Trend Report

Although we’re at home all comfy in our sweats (guilty, not guilty), there’s no harm in daydreaming about the warm weather trends. As the days get longer and the sun feels brighter, here are a few Spring/Summer 2020 style inspo to explore: the idea of rebellion, specifically as seen in the sixties era; and a move toward sustainability and repurposing. 

Let’s dive right in! 

Bustiers + Blazers

Spring/Summer 2020 Trend Blazer

The shirtless blazer look has been on the runway for the past couple of seasons at Chanel, Deveaux, Dior, and Chloé, but it’s finally catching on outside of high fashion too. Isn’t it exciting to see women outside the office doll up the stuffy uniform? Put your own spin on this trend by adding your own bra/bralette to one of our favourite blazers from the dresst closet: 

 

Le Polka Dots

Spring/Summer 2020 Trend Polka Dots

A classic print and a subtle nod to the 60s, polka dots pieces are among the season’s must-have items. From the catwalks of Balenciaga, Balmain, and Dries Van Noten, to the everyday outfit, this spring is the season to give them all the attention they deserve. 

 

60's Wallpaper

Spring/Summer 2020 Trend 60s Wallpaper

This season, look to '60s and '70s wallpaper for your print fix. Retro prints ruled the runways—bringing both major colour and pattern to all the top collections. If you’re not ready for these vibrant and bold prints, start small with our dresst closet picks:

 

All The Pleats

Spring/Summer 2020 Trend Pleats

Pleats came in hot this season, shown at Pyer Moss, Issey Miyake, Christopher John Rogers, and Chloe. Off the runway, pleated pieces can easily be dressed up or dressed down. 
Struggling with picking the perfect accessory for a pleated look? Add in a gold necklace to complete the look without being overdone.

 

The last trend? Something that’s always in style: sustainable fashion. Clothing rental is a great way to experiment with new styles and new brands. When was the last time you tried something totally out-of-the-box? 😉