Due to the coronavirus pandemic outbreak, strict social distancing measures had an effect on what designers turned out but that did not hinder their creative prowess. In fact, fashion lovers from across the world over are staying at home and still getting dressed and celebrating the joys of clothing.
Although,there have been complaints that this year’s digital shows are not as good as the real thing—and that the real thing is not as good as it used to be but for the first time in a long time, designers have come up with something more thoughtful and realistic this season – something that can actually be worn!
So until we can travel again, trying out spring’s new trends at home will have to do.
If you’re not sure what to wear this spring, you can check out some tips on Collected. Reviews and you can even go through some reviews about online shopping websites to help you decide what you will be rocking this spring.
Trends From Fashion Week’s Spring 2021 Season
1. Power Pants
If you’re going to be spending 8 hours a day on a Zoom call you’ll need more than just a fun top. Asides a comfortable chair, you’ll need easy-to-wear pants that allow you to move around easily. Louis Vuitton’s oversize trousers and those of The Row, and Stella McCartney are a fix for a sedentary and active life. These pants draw inspiration from fashion’s ’80s revival, guaranteeing that no matter where you walk—around the neighborhood or simply from the table to the bedroom—you will always look dramatic and elegant.
2. Sharp Shoulders
This trend is not new, but it is not going away either. Some of the most dramatic versions of this style are displayed by Balmain and Balenciaga while Maison Margiela and Richard Malone offer a softer take on the silhouette that is perfect for cutting through the current state of the world.
3. Dainty Day Dresses
Since most going-out clothes have been rendered useless over the past months, thanks to the pandemic, day dresses have become at-home staples. These pouf-sleeved, slim dresses bear some semblance to the no-nonsense glamour of the 1940s. These dresses are considered at-home must for the pants-averse.
4. Serene Tunics
Wearing a Tunic, Blouse, Poncho and Kaftan Tops over your favorite leggings or jeans will help flatter every figure and thanks to the social distancing protocols, long layers that drape on the body are the season’s predominant silhouette as seen at Fendi, Jil Sander, Thom Browne, and more. Draped tunics offer you plenty of ease and grace. In fact, combining Marina Moscone’s cerulean top and trousers present a more comfortable alternative: a suit.
In the end, you can only think of spring’s new volumes as the surest bet to make a statement on your Zoom calls and video chats.