With 2020 on its way out, it’s time to get ready for a fresh crop of fashion trends in this covid season.
1. Bell sleeve
One of the main trends that have emerged in recent fashion weeks is bell sleeves. Fitted over the shoulder and flares widely towards the wrist, the bell sleeve is the same as it always has been, but totally different. Gone are the hippie and bohemian references, instead, the new bell sleeve is modern and utterly chic. From sleek dresses to cool tops and even quirky knits, bell sleeves add a unique dose of fashion to even the simplest outfits. When shopping for bell sleeves, look for styles that are a bit flamboyant. Extra-wide flares, those made from modern and structured materials, flares that tie at the elbow and ruffle patterns are all key styles to buy this season. Once you have your bell sleeves, don’t forget to keep the rest of your look minimal.
2. Boyfriend jackets with shoulder pads
It create a long silhouette and play with curves with an oversized 80s-inspired boyfriend blazer. Using epaulettes, this outerwear tightens at the waist and lengthens your legs. Wear this look with straight pants or leather shorts for an ultra-modern style – colors that suit this trend are powder blue, charcoal and neutrals. You can easily dress it up or down for an effortless chic aesthetic.
3. Black Face Masks
When it comes to protecting yourself, you may as well do it wonderfully. These sleek black masks match almost any outfit you wear and provide great coverage for your nose and mouth. Go for a silky fabric for easier breathing or choose something with embellishments if you’re feeling classy. The beauty behind this face cover is in the limitless styling possibilities that come with it.
4. Head Scarfs
Now, celebrities, influencers and the whole internet are revolving around the look of the silk scarf. There are all the TikTok trends dedicated to accessories. And there’s no doubt why – whether it’s to look luxurious or hide a bad hair day, silk scarves can make an outfit. And in some cases, they make an entire outfit, as a big DIY fashion trend has been to convert silk scarves into cute sleeveless tops. That’s why scarves have remained a staple: they’re flexible and as creative as you want them to be.
5. Folk Inspired Coats
Go all out this season with these beautiful and intricate folk-inspired coats. When the temperature starts to drop, add some layers of delicate embroidery and lace to keep your outfit hot. The intricate tapestry on each piece of outerwear looks great with a monochrome black or brown ensemble, or choose it in a series of other colors for a bright and interesting choice. This trend is easy to style and looks fantastic on every body type.