ZARA:I Predict These 5 New Trends Won’t Last Long, And These 7 Have Staying Power

The fashion trend cycle can be fickle. One month, a certain silhouette feels relevant and the next it’s become saturated. And though I’m a firm believer that you should wear whatever you please at all times, I’m also a firm believer in falling in love with a new trend or two along the way. The last few months have procured a handful of fresh trends that while shiny and new, also have a lot of staying power thanks to their versatility. Reworked gold hoop earrings, wide-leg jeans, and a handful of other pieces ahead are worth adding to your shopping list. And for the sake of cleaning out your closet, I also rounded up five trends that may be worth taking to your local Goodwill (provided they aren’t serving you anymore).
Below, five trends I predict won’t last long and seven that I suspect have some real staying power. Discover the trends, shop the picks, you know the drill.
Won’t Last Long: Fancy Flip Flops
Flip flops have received the high-end stamp of approval from brands near and far and while they’ll likely work for this summer, something tells us the idea of a pair of flip flops at a designer price point won’t be in favor for long.
Staying Power: Wide-Leg Jeans
Step aside, skinny jeans it’s time to let a more comfortable denim silhouette take the lead. Wide legs have entered the mainstream and in rises and washes that feel especially flattering and easy to wear.
Won’t Last Long: Pants Tucked Into Boots
If you’ve paid attention to street style in the last six months then you’re already well acquainted with the pants-tucked-into-boots trend. While this look is quite chic, it’s probably so much of a statement that it won’t stick around forever.
Staying Power: Vests
Vests have ebbed and flowed in the trend circuit for centuries plus designers have served up chic iterations in the last couple of seasons that make this layering piece well worth the investment.
Won’t Last Long: Bermuda Shorts
As much as we adore a leather Bermuda short right now, the silhouette is admittedly a tough sell to those who are used to their classic blue jeans and trousers.
Staying Power: Leather Blazers
There’s something so enduringly stylish about a leather blazer. Thankfully, there are plenty of elevated vegan options on the market these days and the piece can transition between seasons seamlessly.
Won’t Last Long: Hair Barettes
Multicolor, oft-bedazzled hair barrettes had their moment in the spotlight but it seems these whimsical accessories are losing steam.
Staying Power: Chunky Gold Hoops
Gold Hoop Earrings
It’s unsurprising that the chunky gold hoop trend has staying power; the jewelry staple goes with everything and instantly brightens up your face.
Won’t Last Long: Padded Headbands
Another hair accessory that may not weather the storm is the padded headband. Though great for a statement party look, it doesn’t feel quite as versatile as its non-cushioned cousin (the regular headband).
Staying Power: Ruching
Ruched details add an artisanal element to whatever piece you find it on—purses, pumps, dresses, and so on. It’s a classic design element that’ll never go out of style.
Staying Power: Quilted Accessories
Similar to ruching, quilted design details give accessories a handmade vibe that always looks sleek. Wear now, wear often.
Staying Power: Croc-Effect
A croc-effect texture always looks more expensive than it is, which is cause enough to add to your wardrobe for many years to come.

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TOPSHOP:5 Things We’re Really Looking Forward To Wearing This Summer

With spring finally on its way, we’re already dreaming of ditching our coats and swapping them for all the best summer classics: think warm nights in strappy dresses, picnics wearing flowy skirts and walks along the beach in open-toe sandals. In fact, all of those styles are actually already available to shop right now and some of the best summer styles of the season drop early on – so don’t miss out. Browse the best new arrivals now and start curating your perfect summer wardrobe to be ready as soon as the sun comes out…

  1. Breezy tops
    We all have that one top in our closet that we just can’t wait to break out as soon as summer is here. And if you don’t, this should be inspiration enough… puffy sleeves, cutesy ties and ruched details everywhere you look.
  2. Ice cream coloured bags
    Craving bright colours? Get ready to wave goodbye to black and grey and make room for bubblegum pinks, pool blues and neon hues. From picnic prints to embroidered styles, you’ll find your perfect summery accessory here.
  3. Strappy dresses
    Summer dresses have never been as versatile as they are this coming season. Look out for some edgier prints in our IDOL collection, gingham patterns in fresh new colourways, flowy fabrics and, obviously, summery florals are in the mix as well…
  4. Pastel skirts
    We’re dreaming of taking all these beauties outside and being able to finally wear skirts without tights. Opt for florals, satins and asymmetric hemlines this season to be right on trend.
  5. Dainty sandals
    We can’t wait to swap our chunky boots for dainty sandals and we’ve already got heeled mules in more styles and colours than you could ever imagine on site. You will definitely want make room for them right now…

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https://www.topshop.com/blog/2020/03/5-things-were-really-looking-forward-to-wearing-this-summerv

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TOPSHOP:5 Simple Ways To Transition Your Winter Wardrobe Pieces To Spring

Spring is almost here and we couldn’t be happier to finally wave goodbye to the cold. But, until then, we find ourselves in that tricky transitional time where it feels like it’s almost impossible to dress appropriately for the ever-changing weather. So, to inspire you to get it right, we came up with five simple ways to transition from your winter wardrobe to the new season. Clever layering is key, so keep scrolling to discover how to be prepared for anything until spring finally kicks in…

  1. Pair a jumper with a midi skirt
    We all have at least one chunky jumper in our winter wardrobes and now it’s their time to shine. By pairing yours with a midi skirt, it should make for an outfit that’ll work in any weather – but until the sun really comes out, stick to styling it with ankle boots and always bring a hat.
  2. Opt for lighter outerwear
    A trench coat is is the perfect outerwear option right now, as it’s lighter than a big coat but will still keep you from getting drenched on rainy days. Stick to a looks you would’ve worn in winter as well to make sure you’re keeping warm enough until spring truly arrives.
  3. Walk feet first into spring
    Buckled boots are great for transitional weather, when it’s too warm to wear boots but too soon for sandals. It’ll add a nice nod to spring to any look and you can keep wearing them all throughout the warmer seasons to come too.
  4. Switch to lighter colours
    Brighten up your wardrobe by moving towards lighter colours with your daily looks. We love the idea of going for a pastel-toned knit with white jeans and boots, because this combination will keep you warm but won’t feel like you’re still stuck in winter.
  5. Embrace spring-ready pieces
    What could be a better way to start embracing spring than wearing a floral mini dress? It might be too early to wear yours on its own, but when layered over a roll neck jumper it’ll definitely work. Pair the combination with croc boots and a PU jacket to keep it weather-appropriate.

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https://www.topshop.com/blog/2020/03/5-simple-ways-to-transition-your-winter-wardrobe-pieces-to-spring

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ZARA:The Most Wearable 2020 Ankle-Boot Trends You Need to Know—Period

Here’s a hot take for you: Ankle boots are one of—if not the—most versatile styles of footwear out there. More likely than not, you’ve had at least one classic black pair in your closet at all times, including those pointed-toe ones that go with everything you own (you know exactly which ones I’m talking about).
No matter the season, rain or shine, you know those trusted booties would never fail you. But in the chance that you’re looking to up your boot game this year, there are a few key ankle-boot styles for 2020 you should keep in mind.
Whether you’re the type of person who likes to wear sleek, polished booties with everything you own or you prefer a more casual option for your everyday affairs, these trends will suit every type of fashion girl. So as you begin to fill your closet with the biggest spring trends of 2020, kick off the new decade in peak style with the most wearable ankle-boot trends that matter for the year ahead.
Take a Hike
The hiking-inspired aesthetic, also known as “gorpcore,” has become a full-blown trend, making its way into almost every aspect of the fashion world—boots included. Opt for a pair of tough lace-up hiking-style boots to give your look an unexpected edge.
All Laced Up
Lace-up boots are nothing new, but this year’s lot features the detail on every type of silhouette ranging from combat-style boots to sleek, pointed toes. And if you want to take it up a notch, opt for a style that features cool hardware.
Heavy Tread
The heavy, lug-sole boots of the ’90s have made their way back to 2020, and we can’t get enough. This It girl–approved trend (which is reminiscent of the grunge movement) will add a unique air of toughness to even the most delicate ensembles.
If this year’s biggest ankle-boot trends have proven anything so far, it’s that this year is all about practicality. Case in point? Rain boots. Whether you’re facing a torrential downpour, a light sprinkle, or clear blue skies, these boots will look as good with a floral midi skirt as they will with a pair of jeans.
Squared Away
Square-toe sandals made a surprising return to the fashion world, eventually becoming one of the top trends among the style-obsessed. Now, square toes are coming for ankle boots. Swap out your classic pointed-toe booties for this new silhouette to give yourself a look any It girl would love.
Smitten Kitten
We can’t get enough of kitten heels, and apparently, neither can the rest of the industry. For a more comfortable alternative to your standard heeled ankle boots that look just as polished, these low-heeled booties are just what you need.

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TOPSHOP:5 Ways To Style Oversized Shirts For Every Occasion

The shirt has always been a classic wardrobe staple, but this season it’s getting a big update with new colours, fresh fabrications and oversized silhouettes. Scared you’ll look like you’ve been draped in a bedsheet or don’t manage to pull off the ‘borrowed my boyfriend’s shirt’ aesthetic? The styling is pretty crucial to getting the look right. To help you nail it with ease, we’ve put together outfits for five different occasions to get you started…

  1. The 9-5
    Updating your workwear wardrobe can be as simple as opting for an oversized fit when it comes to the staple button up. We’ve gone for a classic blue-stripe and black trouser combo here but jazzed it up with some bright blue boots for a bit of 2020 flare. Throw on your trench and a tote and you’re guaranteed to be the best-dressed commuter on the tube.
  2. The 5-9
    Don’t be tempted to ditch your white shirt completely when the clock strikes 5pm. Instead, swap your workwear bottoms with a mini snakeskin skirt and grab your dancing shoes for a super easy transition from desk to dancefloor. Add a mini nylon bag and some gunmetal earrings and you’re all set!
  3. Brunching
    A shirt doesn’t always need to mean cotton: in fact, this season’s favourite fabrications are on the sheerer side. If you’re heading to brunch, pair your favourite jeans of the moment with some classic mules and have some fun with a pearl bag and funky earrings to complete the look.
  4. Out-out
    When heading on a big night out, an oversized shirt might not be your go-to look. However, draping an organza shirt over a cool bodysuit and wearing it with a mini skirt could make it feel more exciting. Finish the styling with some animal print stilettos and a little black bag to achieve the ultimate out-out outfit.
  5. Gigs and things
    Don’t want to wear a jacket but it’s still a bit chilly outside? Choose a faux leather oversized shirt when heading to a gig to keep warm in the queue but don’t overheat in the venue. Utility trousers and chunky boots are the model off-duty staples right now, so we would style the outfit with them and then add a fun bag for a true cool-girl vibe.

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https://www.topshop.com/blog/2020/02/5-ways-to-style-oversized-shirts-for-every-occasion

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ZARA:9 Shoes You Should Ditch to Upgrade Your Style

Now that you’re familiar with a few general things Who What Wear editors are giving up to be more stylish, it’s time to get a little more specific and talk about the item that can make or break a look: shoes. We all have those shoes we hold onto for a bit too long, whether it’s for sentimental reasons or simply because we loved them once (probably a little too much, based on their worn-out appearance), but the truth is they’re taking up space that could be used for shoes that are in style. Cue the trip to Goodwill to donate them, so they can go to a new home and be saved for the next time they inevitably come back around.

Shoes can go in and out of the trend zone in the blink of an eye, and wearing an “out” pair can instantly make your entire look feel dated. Accordingly, we came to the conclusion that there are nine styles in particular that no longer have a place in your wardrobe in 2020—and that we don’t think will be back in anytime soon. On the bright side, we have nine alternate styles that either lean more classic or are current trends that have proven their staying power. Ready to improve your style via your shoe collection?

Find out which shoes to toss and which to keep (or add to your closet) below.

DITCH: Wedge-Heel Boots
KEEP: Block-Heel Boots

Block heels are equally walkable as wedge heels but look much more polished and forward than wedges ever did.
DITCH: Platform Pumps
KEEP: Single-Sole Pointed Pumps

While pumps will always be classic go-tos when seeking polished shoes, the thick platform pumps that everyone used to teeter around in are gone for good. Don’t look back.
DITCH: Gladiator Sandals
KEEP: Naked Sandals

Gladiator sandals had their moment in the sun, but the complicated, typically unflattering style has since been replaced by something refreshingly simpler: the celebrity-approved naked sandals.
DITCH: Dirty, Damaged Shoes
KEEP: Well-Made Classics

If a pair of shoes is damaged beyond repair or isn’t worth the money or hassle required to get it repaired, ditch it and invest in quality shoes that will last and become wardrobe staples.
DITCH: Cheap Flip-Flops
KEEP: Slide Sandals

While we recently reported that flip-flops may be on their way back, those old rubber iterations you were fond of in college probably shouldn’t even be worn to the beach or Spin class. On the other hand, you can’t go wrong with a pair of slides, whether sporty or fancy.
DITCH: Peep-Toe Shoes
KEEP: V-Neck Shoes

While peep toes of any heel height are currently passé, V-neck options keep gaining in popularity, thanks to their flattering capabilities and modern look.
DITCH: Wedge Sneakers
KEEP: Simple, Clean Sneakers

Like with their dated wedge-heel boots, fashion girls are swapping their wedge sneakers of seasons past for kicks that are much more classic and minimal.
DITCH: Flatforms
KEEP: Mules

While “ugly” sandals are still a thing, experts agree that it’s time to say goodbye to the flatform trend. On the flip side, mules are still going strong and have become a classic in every fashion girl’s shoe collection.
DITCH: Goofy Printed Rain Boots
KEEP: Sleek Rubber Boots

Looking polished in inclement weather is no small feat. Maintain polish by swapping cheap-looking printed boots for a more elevated, neutral-hued pair.

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ZARA:This Chic New Denim Trend Is a Stark Contrast to Skinny Jeans

Before we dive into this denim story, let’s remember that skinny jeans are in no way “out.” Sure, they’re often considered polarizing in nature, but the classic nature of the silhouette means skinnies are more or less a wardrobe staple at this point. That said, there is a variety of fresh denim cuts out there that are giving skinny jeans a run for their money. I recently covered the next wave of non–skinny jeans, but there’s another trend that fashion people are gravitating towards at the moment. Yep, I’m talking about those light-wash, wide-leg styles.
Statement-making in design, this bold denim pick may not be for the faint of heart, but wide-leg jeans could be worth testing out, as they’re inherently cool and can bring that modern yet laid-back vibe to a casual look. In fact, celebrities like Selena Gomez and Dua Lipa have been spotted recently in the silhouette to complete their trendy fits.
Interested in dipping a tone into the wide-leg jean pond? Keep scrolling for a bit of celeb visual and shopping inspiration that may just convince you to try this forward denim trend this season (you know, if you haven’t already of course).
On Selena Gomez: Naked Cashmere sweater; Levi’s jeans; By Far Bag ($688); Roxanne Assoulin Earrings ($120); Yuul Yie boots
While just about any denim style would work with this simple fit, the wide-leg, slightly distressed jeans bring a modern spin to the look.
On Dua Lipa: Prada shoes
It’s no secret that the ’90s are back with fervor. This look leans into that vibe just flawlessly with the baggy jeans, printed tee, long trench, and chunky shoes.
On Hailey Bieber: Arje jacket; Bottega Veneta bag; Chloe Gosselin heels
These light-wash jeans are slightly slimmer than some of the others here, but they still embody the trend as they’re much looser than traditional skinnies. These feel particularly forward with the fuzzy coat.
On Alessandra Ambrosio: One Teaspoon Wide-Leg Jeans ($149); Loewe Gate Bag ($2200)
Need a casual and effortless fit? Consider this ensemble with the long-sleeve white tee, belted jeans, and brown ankle boots.
On Katie Holmes: Kassl Editions coat
Go for the classic look with baggier jeans, a cozy knit, longline coat, and standard black booties.

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ZARA:The Internet Has Spoken—These Are the Top 5 It Items of the Month

Trends emerge at the speed of light these days, so to keep you up to date on what the fashion crowd is wearing and posting about, we’re launching a new series that highlights all the It pieces currently flooding our Instagram feeds. Each month, we’ll walk you through the items that have swiftly made the rounds on Instagram, earning them It status.
Remember the last time we did this roundup? If not, let me break it down. If you’re familiar with this story, then simply continue on to get your download on the coolest pieces in the fashion world right now. If you’re new here, you can consider this story your monthly cheat sheet on the most popular fashion items on Instagram (and across the internet, for that matter). We’ve spotted the following going-out tops, ankle boots, and It bags on the more than one of the many fashion insiders we love to follow and a notable celeb or two (hi, Hailey!), so we’re taking it upon ourselves to report on the emerging It items. Keep reading to discover the defining pieces of January.
Bottega Veneta Shoulder Pouch Gathered Leather Bag
Another day, another Bottega Veneta It bag. The brand that’s setting all the trends right now just launched its latest handbag—the Shoulder Pouch Gathered Leather Bag—and it’s a shoulder bag iteration of its infamous oversize pouch that we’ve likened to the ruched shape of a croissant. Fashion insiders are already clamoring to get their hands on the new It bag, but there are similar options at a range of price points from brands like Staud that we adore just the same.
Manu Atelier Boots
Manu Atelier’s newest version of its futuristic Duck Boots is painted in a black-and-white checkerboard motif that feels especially cool for right now. The ankle boots also feature a square toe and inverted heel, two details that are defining all the coolest shoes right now. In fact, the more we looked, the more we realized that two-tone boots are all over the market right now, a few of which we’ve included below.
Nanushka Kisa Leather Pants
Leather pants are a timeless wardrobe staple, and Nanushka has set out to make them cooler than ever. Its Kisa pants feature a wide leg and Western-style belt that gives a new spin to the classic pants. Fashion girls have mostly been sticking to the same styling idea when wearing the vegan leather trousers: neutral knits and classic handbags do the trick.
& Other Stories Square-Neck Jacquard Top
If you’ve read these roundups in the past, you’d know that it’s not every day an affordable fashion find makes its way into the top five of the month (they’re usually very designer-heavy), which is why we’re especially excited to highlight this perfect top from & Other Stories. With a jacquard texture, square neckline, and puffy sleeves, it’s everything we want in a going-out top.
Balenciaga BB Slippers
Hailey Bieber and Sofia Richie both own the easy flats and have been wearing them on repeat since 2020 began. With a square toe and double-B logo, these shoes make other flat slides pale in comparison. Though the Balenciaga pair is a luxury investment, we’re already seeing similar square-toe flats and flat slides in a range of price points, so really anyone can get in on the look.
On Hailey Bieber: Jacquemus Lima Sweater; Gramicci Boa Fleece Pants; Staud Frida Bag ($112); Jennifer Fisher Mini Samira Hoop Earrings; Balenciaga BB Slippers ($1190); Celine sunglasses; Tiffany & Co. necklace

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TOPSHOP:What Berlin’s Coolest Influencers Are Wearing To Fashion Week

Berlin Fashion Week is in full swing right now, which means that all of Germany’s coolest influencers have headed to the capital for a week of fashion shows, parties and events. We invited some of our favourites to the Berlin flagship store to find out how they would style Topshop’s latest arrivals to turn heads at BFW. Keep scrolling to discover their nine final looks and shop their picks right here…

  1. Julia Steyns @juliasteyns
    Julia picked this classic camel suit and paired it with a couple of fun accessories, like a mustard mini bag and a plaited head band, to spice things up.
  2. Dustin Hanke @dustinhanke
    Influencer Dustin will have everyone reaching for these boots. Styled with black denim, a sheer top and lots of jewellery, this outfit will rise to any occasion.
  3. Jacky Zelwis @whaelse
    Kick off the new season in a forest green statement suit inspired by Jacky. The oversized shirt and chunky boots add a fresh new twist.
  4. Toni Dreher @toni.dreher
    Toni proves that you can never go wrong with an elevated white-tee-and-blue-jeans combo. Add some jewellery and you’re golden…
  5. Giannina Haupt @gia_escobar
    With an oversized blazer and chunky trainers, Gia picked the perfect pieces to update her classic casual look. A couple of mismatching rings add the finishing touch.
  6. Rabea Schif @rabeaschif
    Even organza tops and croc-leather coats can look casual when paired with the right denim. TV-host Rabea pulls it off effortlessly.
  7. Karin Teigl @constantly_k
    Blogger Karin isn’t afraid to mix patterns – and who knew snakeskin and tie-dye went so well together? We love how she dressed it down with some comfy joggers too.
  8. Zsa Zsa Inci Bürkle @zsazsainci
    Actor Zsa Zsa knows that sometimes a statement coat really is all you need. Even at fashion week.
  9. Julia Steyns @juliasteyns
    A sheer maxi dress paired with ankle boots and a blazer is Julia’s second go-to look for a busy day at fashion week.

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https://www.topshop.com/blog/2020/01/what-berlins-coolest-influencers-are-wearing-to-fashion-week

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ZARA:12 Insanely Easy (and Affordable) Ways to Wear Spring 2020’s Biggest Trends RN

Our bodies may be bundled up in a billion layers, but our minds are already thinking forward to the trends that will soon be all over our feeds and in our favorite retailers in just a few months’ time. Luckily, we don’t have to wait until the end of March to take on some of spring’s biggest trends. Sure, we may pass on the hot pants and bra-and-blazer combos seen on the spring runways for now (or at least until temps hit the high 70s again), but there are plenty of exciting and super-easy trends that we can incorporate into our winter closets to stay ahead of the fashion curve. We’ve unearthed 12 of the best that you can shop right now for under $100. From luxe-looking leather separates to chunky chain-link necklaces and statement sleeves, scroll below for all the easiest way to wear spring 2020’s biggest trends right now.
Swap Your Skinnies for Flares
Fashion girls have already been quick to take on one of 2020’s biggest denim trends—bootcut and flared jeans—spotted all over the spring runways from Celine to Marc Jacobs and Gucci.
Wear XL Hoops With Your Sweater
When it comes to earring trends this spring, the bigger the better. We saw hoops in particular come in extra-large, chunky varieties at Proenza Schouler, Sies Marjan, and Balenciaga. It’s the easiest way to amp up your basic sweaters this season.
Slip On Heeled Loafers With Your Tights
Classic loafers got a modern update on the spring runways—featuring sartorial twists, such as slingback styles, buckles, textured fabrics, mules, and fun patterns. Wear them with your tights throughout winter and with midi skirts come spring.
Swap Your Black Dress for Polka-Dot Prints
If there’s one print that will blow up our feeds come spring, it’s unquestionably polka dots. Spotted on frocks all over the runways—from Marc Jacobs to Carolina Herrera—the classic print will be your go-to for work, weddings, weekends, and beyond. Try a polka-dot dress layered over a turtleneck and under an overcoat.
Add a Leather Shacket
Leather separates remain a huge trend in 2020—particularly colorful leather, which was omnipresent on the runways. An easy way to take on the trend is with a trending leather shacket (shirt-jacket hybrid) that you can layer under your overcoat in winter and wear alone in spring.
Add a Waistcoat to Your Suit
Suits are reigning supreme in 2020, but it’s the addition of a dapper waistcoat that will give your tailoring a modern look—and it’s super easy to slip under your blazer.
Throw All Your Essentials in an Oversize Tote
Extra-large totes were spotted from practically every designer on the runway—allowing us to never leave home again without an extra pair of shoes, magazines, lipsticks, laptop, etc.
Swap Your Dainty Necklace for Chunky Chain Links
The chain-link necklace trend shows no signs of slowing down for 2020. Set your dainty necklaces aside for chunky chain links that will amp up every outfit.
Amp Up Your Jeans With a Statement-Sleeve Blouse
From billowy puff shoulders to voluminous ruffles, the runways got plenty of dramatic sleeve action. The easiest way to incorporate it into your wardrobe right now is to pair an of-the-moment puff sleeve blouse with your jeans.
Cinch You Waist With a Chain or Rope Belt
An easy way to look entirely on-trend this year is to add a belt. Cinch a metallic chain belt or rope belt over your sweater, blazer, overcoat, or dress. We saw cool belts adding interest and flattering touches to ensembles at Chanel and Celine.
Try a Classic Blue Sweater
While vibrant saffron, scarlet, orange, and aqua shades are also trending hard for spring 2020, Pantone’s Color of the Year, Classic Blue, is a much easier shade to pull off in the midst of winter. Dependable and timeless blue hues dominated the catwalks, conveying comfort and ease.
Try Long Shorts With Your Tall Boots
There’s no doubt that long shorts are going to be one of spring’s biggest trends—seen on practically every major runway. Yes, it’s still freezing out, but wear them over tall leather boots to keep you toasty right now. And when spring arrives, sport them with your sandals or sneakers.

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