The Silhouette Trend for Girls’ Dresses

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The versatile and wearable items and styles are in high demand. The simple silhouette is the key direction. The shirt dress, waisted shape and irregular hem provide inspiration. Sheers are versatile, and voluminous gathering gains momentum for S/S 2020.


The shirt dress is key on S/S 2020 catwalks. The new leisure style is the focal point for designers. The elbow and three-quarter sleeves can make the layering effect for transseasonal dressing. Classic shirting at Martins and Hope underlines the fluid shape and the minimalist relaxed style. Vershina’s inside-out effect is eye-catching.

The Shirt Dress

The waist is the focal point for S/S 2020. Designers of Monnalisa, Manila Grace and 2 OKA all choose belts to decorate the waistline. Nino’s nipped-in waist and gathering accentuate femininity.

The Waisted Dress
The Waisted Girl’s Dresses

The long line is the key silhouette. Designers of Little Creative Factory and jnby BY JNBY use the versatile quality of cover-up dresses to bring more possibilities. Soft and lightweight sheers provide an ideal alternative for the cover-up dress. The combo of the sheers skirt and dress will be the focal point next season. Sheers at the sleeve and hem are flexible.

The Sheers Dress

The irregular hem stood out last season. For S/S 2020, panelling is key for the hem. Shirting and vintage scarves give inspiration. Folk Made’s two-layer irregular hem adds depth.

The Irregular Hem dresses.jpg

For S/S 2020, the asymmetric off-the-shoulder design and large ruffles are key. 2 OKA, Lovechild 1979 and Apartment provide inspiration.

The Off-The-Shoulder Dress

Exaggerated decorations and shapes work better for independent designers. Gathering and the asymmetric design are i line with the trend. Fresh and elegant plain cotton and linen are more suitable for markets. Meanwhile, cotton and linen show comfort and versatility.

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