Everlasting Classic – Trouser Suit. What’s New for 2020?
Fashionable women’s pantsuits traditionally take pride of place in the list of seasonal trends. Suits for office and parties, for walking around the cityб and for a vacation boardwalk – in the new collections you will find models for all occasions.
Next spring, designers again offer to recall the era of the 70s, which became for them an inexhaustible source of inspiration. This time they offer fashionable women to try on suits with flared trousers and fitted single-breasted jackets – these are the “deuces” that were popular half a century ago. We look for stylish retro trouser suits at Victoria Beckham, Marc Jacobs, and Tommy Hilfiger.
Check pants for women in the next season will not lose their popularity. So we boldly leave them in a place of honor, and if the checkered suit in your wardrobe is still missing, by a strange coincidence, it’s more like going to the store! We choose tartan, windsor cage or any other variety of this print are on top.
Designers of the brands L’Agence, Paul Smith, Prabal Gurung, and many other fashion designers are calling to add bright colors to their wardrobe. Red, blue, coral, violet, yellow, green – literally all the colors of the rainbow can be easily found in the collections of pantsuits spring-summer 2020.
Pants, jacket, and waistcoat – the female version of the classic men’s “three-piece suite” became a logical continuation of fashion for the seventies. Designers Burberry, Celine, and Etro retained the severity of men’s cuts but suggested fashionable women to wear such costumes not only with a traditional shirt but also on a naked body.
Brandon Maxwell, Elie Tahari, and Max Mara offer to replace pants to a suit capri, bermudas, or even shorts. The collections have options for both office and leisure.
Fashion trends of spring dictate their own rules: flowers are the most popular print of the season. Why is not to decorate pantsuits for women? Designers did not see any problems – and costumes with bright floral prints flashed on the catwalks among floral dresses, blouses, and skirts. Badgley Mischka, Alexander McQueen, and Marc Jacobs invite you to enjoy this kaleidoscope of colors.