Fashion trends for the ‘New-Normal’

The sprits of fashionistas across the globe cannot be doused by this global health crisis, a little deferred, maybe. When the designers started working on their spring 2020 collections, they were blindsided by the global health crisis. 

When the deliveries hit the stores, the whole world was cooped up inside trying to make sense of the situation – include brands across the globe.  Remote access to everything became the new global reality.  

However, here are a couple of snug 2020 fashion trends you can try right from the luxury of your home. And who knows maybe it’ll inspire you to shake off those COVID blues as well. 

Try these styles that are perfect for the season settling right in front of your eyes or rather through the window in most cases.

Lounge Ready bralettes  

Katie Holmes Khaite cashmere bralette and cardigan last summer was the talk of the town. The ‘It bra’ as we all know was sure to be a hit again come spring. It makes a luxurious case for hanging out at home in nothing other than your bra and undies. Ideal for the days you don’t feel like getting dressed or when the day doesn’t keep you busy with your deadlines. A perfect outfit to unwind, relax and do-nothing in.  

Put a spin of that leisure wear 

Dips, dyes, and swirls have landed on just about anything these days. Steps of the mundane color pallets of the leisure and spice it up with some bright swirls and swivels. Spend the day at home in a floaty tie-dye house dress or cosy up on the couch in a pair of dyed slipper socks. 

Finally, those Coordinated Cardigans 

Knitwear is a big hit these days is an understatement, it has dominated the 2019 and 2020 collections across the industry and is safe to say is here to stay. Bring this trend to your WFH wardrobe, try matching cardigan and top. You could coordinate it with your T-shirt or a dainty tank. It’s a nice, it’s comfortable and makes you look super neat with very little effort. Plus, it pairs well on top of both your pyjama-pants a well as your jeans. 

Try out these simple tricks to set your wardrobe apart, let some color and comfort seep into your life while we all make sense of the new normal.  

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