Nov 15, 2019

8 Top Fashion Trends for Everyday Wear in 2020

There is an expected comeback of plenty of fashion statements from the early 50s to 90s. From polka dots, doily laces, large prints, voluminous florals, and edgy cuts, as well as outfits inspired by a Filipiniana gown or the traditional barong Tagalog. People are becoming more and more expressive when it comes to the outfit they wear. With that, it is expected to see big puffy sleeves, neon-bright colors, and loud prints strut the streets. Be updated with fashion trend forecasts with this list of some of the everyday-wear trends you must look out for in 2020!

Smock Dresses

Hippie or just plain comfy? These so-called smock-frock or just smock dresses originated in some parts of England and Wales during the 18th century. They are like baby doll dresses with a playful yet feminine silhouette that was worn as an outer garment by rural workers. With the stylish and loose-fitting structure of the dress, it is designed to be suitable for outdoor activities during the warmer seasons. They often come with puffy long or short sleeves.

Sheer Blouses

Looking for something bold and classy at the same time? You are probably looking for a sheer blouse. The sheer blouse look is composed of a bodysuit for the inner garment and a see-through blouse. The colors are often coordinated between the two garments so that it would look like a one-piece of clothing. The outfit is perfect for night outs but also wearables during the day. Some see-through blouses come with large ribbons to cover mostly the frontal area of the look, making it less edgy and more professional-looking. The silhouette of the sheer blouse trend definitely entails feminine.

Military Inspired

Neutral colors like khaki with hints of moss green are becoming trendy because it requires minimal effort to pull off. The beige or khaki-colored clothing is inspired by the colors of the military. They are often worn with silver chains and a pair of plain black or white footwear. Overalls are also worn coordinated with camouflage printed cover-ups. 

Tiered Vêtements

Much like the smock dress, the tiered Vêtements have a flowy, loose-fitting silhouette. It is inspired by flamenco dancers and suited for the warmer weather. The structure of the tiered Vêtements starts with a varied style of top and ruffled midsection layers. They are either a dress or a skirt with distinct features of little ruffled layers. To complete the whole summer look, the tiered Vêtements often come with small floral prints or solid and plain pastel colors.

Rose Prints

Nothing is more “spring” than an item of clothing with voluminous rose prints. Whether the print is located in the middle of the outfit or patterned, the rose prints are foreseen to be new trends coming in the spring of 2020. Another attempt to create a bolder look was a fusion of color blocking and printing details on spring dresses. 

Butterfly Sleeves

Commonly found in filipiniana gowns or the traditional Maria Clara terno, the butterfly sleeves are expected to be used by every woman for special occasions or as everyday wear. The reenvisioned sleeves are made smaller for easier mobility and movement of the shoulders and arms. Gone are the days when they are only worn during the formal meetings in the government because, in 2020, the butterfly sleeves will be seen in corporate attires for women. 

Polka Dots

Different patterns and sizes but the same circular shape. The ladylike staple has always had a resurgence. It is the kind of trend that dies down but resurrects back. The 80s polka dots style reinvigorates the wardrobe with quirkiness and flair. The pattern and design makes a simple cut outfit look dressy. Whether it is in the form of a cutout top or puffed sleeves, the reenvisioned polka dot patterned clothing remains an expected fashion statement in 2020.

Lady Barong

Paired with a skirt, denim jeans, empire-waist slacks, or even shorts, Lady Barong is about to steal the limelight in 2020 as more and more Filipino designers start to reinvent the whole traditional look of the top. The lady barong comes from the modern barong Tagalog meant for the Filipino men. Filipino fashion has recently geared towards celebrating gender inclusivity, thus the creation of the lady barong. 

Key Takeaway

A celebration of individuality and a way to express one’s identity as well as aspirations in life and fashion has always been about the person wearing it. The trend coming into 2020 is nothing less but a continuation of the celebration of women trying to push for a common identity that is closely related to empowerment. Most trends just reinvented traditional trends much like the butterfly sleeves of the Filipiniana gown, the tiered Vêtements as well as the smock dress. Even the prints are reinvented to match the lifestyle and character of women today. 

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