For S/S 2020, the dress takes a nonchalant and delicate approach. Easy-to-wear and form-accentuating silhouettes gain traction. H-line shapes dominate markets.
Mini and midi dresses and maxidresses gain momentum and are dominant. The knee-length dress sees a decrease. Practicality and durability in the H-line dress are underlined. The A-line dress with the classic shape also provides an alternative.
The roomy mini skirt with a boxy shape and trapeze cut create a vibrant and playful look. Brights infuse this style with new femininity.
The shirt dress shows a new leisure feel. Workwear pockets and buttons from denim jackets are used. The elbow and three-quarter sleeves are handsome.
Simple cover-ups underline cosiness and fashion. The versatility of cover-up dresses is teamed up with different kinds of surfaces and colors to add newness. It can also be styled with pants.
The nipped-in umbrella-hem X-line dress is elegant and nostalgic. The diagonal cut is must-have next season. Elements in 1940s occasionwear are adopted. The waistline, lines and piecing are key. Roomy sleeves and draping pleats emphasize the vintage feel.
The simple and versatile slip dress is a key item. Satin cuts and simple shapes work well from day to night, providing a understated feminine appeal. Spaghetti straps are the focal point. The halter neck and spaghetti straps bring newness.
Layered sheers create a soft and feminine feel. When worn alone, the sheer dress makes a statement; when worn over other items, the dress offers a modern and modest quality. Ruched chiffon and organza add a fluid effect.
LAGUNAMOON, a Japanese luxurious brand, features minimalist features. The simple H-line shape is mainly used. Cosy silhouettes and details are emphasized to show uniqueness.