We at Who What Wear always have our attention focused on the next big thing in the fashion world. Right now, that means the trends that are on the horizon for spring 2020. If the emerging trends on the runways and street style scene are any indication, there is plenty to look forward to in fashion for the coming year. Which pieces are the most essential to begin investing in now, though?
Let me introduce you to our handy S/S 20 capsule wardrobe that details the biggest trends fashion insiders will adopt next year. From the new way to wear leather to the shoes that are about to explode to the jewelry trend that just got a huge upgrade, ahead, discover nine fashion must-buys to get in your closet now. Go on to see how stylish fashion girls are already wearing the pieces now, and shop our edit.
By now, it's clear that leather looks are a permanent part of the fashion-insider wardrobe, but for spring 2020, we'll be seeing a transition from neutrals to bold colors such as yellow and purple.
We spotted long, Bermuda-style shorts all over the S/S 20 runways, from Chanel to Staud. Fashion insiders have already been wearing them, but we expect the trend to explode next year.
Anklets have been popular among fashion insiders during past seasons, but now the jewelry has actually become incorporated into shoe styles with cool chain details.
Market editor Judith Jones identified long, flowy dresses as a major trend for 2020. They've already taken off in 2019, but there's no doubt that this will be a defining trend in the coming year.
We saw three-piece suits everywhere on the runways, from Louis Vuitton to Burberry to Marc Jacobs, and whether worn as part of a matching set or styled on their own, vests will be a wardrobe staple this spring.
This matching set will never get old for us.
While there are plenty of jewelry trends on the horizon for 2020, oversize hoops are destined to be the most popular. They make a statement but are easy enough to incorporate into looks from day to night.
Sure, loafers and slide versions exploded a few years ago, but now there's a new way to wear them. Heeled styles will replace flat versions and become the go-to shoes for the office.
We'll be seeing a return to the lingerie-inspired elements in clothing across the board, from shape-defining corsets to bustier tops.
In the same vein as the aforementioned lingerie-inspired pieces, bras will come into full focus as tops instead of concealed underneath clothing.
Next, discover the chic, affordable basics that'll instantly elevate your wardrobe.
This story was originally published at an earlier date and has since been updated by Dale Chong.