While we’re all looking for the latest trends to try in 2020 we shouldn’t run away from some of the great styles that landed in 2019. Here’s a look at 5 fashion trends that need to be in your 2020 wardrobe.
The perfect combination of streetwear & workwear, utility collections are inspired by military, fisherman and manual labour garments. If you’re looking for a refreshed street style, technical vests, cargo pants and utility accessories were all over fashion shows at the end of 2019. While neon and bold statement colour are available, you’ll find that the essentials such as green, black and grey will be a staple piece in your wardrobe all year round.
Low-key Bubble Coats
While puffa jacket goes in and out of style, the big outdoor brands such as North Face & Berghaus offer low key bubble jacket that is well insulated without the hefty look. Perfect for the back end of winter the suitable style keeps you warm and stylish. Gilets in a similar style are also a trend worth bringing in, if you’re looking to layer up with a hoodie and mens spray-on jeans.
All About the Cord
Whether it’s a shirt, trousers or anything in between corduroy is a staple for any wardrobe. Look for tans, navy’s, greens and blacks to add so subtle textures to your daily style. Cord jackets and jeans tend to be the ‘go-to’ choice as the work with most peoples styles, plus, they’re easy to style up or down depending on the occasion.
Mens graphic t-shirts are another staple to take into 2020, a lot of brands are offering retro design with a twist that are perfect for any streetwear style. Brands such as “OFF WHITE” are a prime example of a designer constantly changing, with detail graphics on the front, back and arm, the OTT trend will definitely be one you’ll see in 2020.
Brands offering sustainable options will only get bigger in 2020. Organic cotton giving customers an option to buy a safely produced garment as more people learn about the negative impacts of the mainstream cotton. You’ll also find more brand working with charities to help improve their sustainability, by donating to organisations that the brand believes in, it assures the brand that they are giving back.