• Lauren Anderson

Voluminous Views into Spring 2020 Trends

When things are all said and done with a pandemic to go down in history, we will be ready to be out, be bold, and I can bet no one is going to go halfway or with a timid lead into anything. That being said, the pumped-up volume of silhouettes, colors, and accessories is the perfect comeback for all of us to re-enter 2020 in a clean bold new way.

The bow. It's been an always, a tried a true. But this time it came back with something to say. Take center-stage as the focal point in many 2020 runway shows, the bow will not be ignored. While it is a fun new detail, it's balanced with sheer and fluid fabrics, juxtaposing the structure of the bow. It's also seen cinching in the waists of typical rigidity or structure in jackets and suiting.

Erdem knocked 'em dead with a collection based off of “a romantic and revolutionary," Tina Modotti. With popping saturated tones of rich cardamom, yellows, and pinks and overstated scarves each look leaves a lasting impression.

Dressing this spring will be nothing but deserved fun. Nothing is taken too seriously, with mega bright colors, and super shiny sparkles.

Drama. drama. drama. There was certainly no shortage at the start of this year, and we aren't slowing down now. Elements are enhanced, magnified, and disproportioned for playful, and just the right amount of flamboyance, still allowing focal points and pulled together looks.

Unabashedly starburst-vibrant shades and standout looks from head to toe, call for a cue from Harry Styles' wardrobe. With the cold months on their way out and the shedding of our overcoats. We can take to lighter weights and more delicate fabrics such as the sheen of a satin blazer.

Shop OUTNET pieces:

I am obsessed with shopping the OUTNET:

From Top Left to Right:

JOHANNA ORTIZ Makuna convertible off-the-shoulder cotton-blend poplin top

PRABAL GURUNG Knotted pleated silk-satin blouse

MICHAEL LO SORDO Double-breasted metallic velvet blazer

ROBERTO CAVALLI Printed silk-chiffon shirt

From Bottom Left:

JOHANNA ORTIZ Caravan off-the-shoulder bow-embellished cotton-poplin blouse

JASON WU Satin wide-leg pants

NICHOLAS Cropped shirred floral-print satin-twill top

For SAAB 'ing out loud. Elie Saab's Resort and S/S 2020 lines are all about the volume.

From full sleeves and cinched waists to accentuated shoulders and high slits, balance reigns.

The way the satins slink off the female form in an almost dripping fluidity, one can't help but be mesmerized by the sheen like the ocean's sought after glimmer.

Starting left:

Solace London Marcie Ruched Satin Dress

STAUD Meadow Colorblock Maxi Dress

IRO Mohana Puff Sleeve Tie-Front Top

STAUD Meadow Colorblock Maxi Dress

GAUGE81 Pisa ruched mini dress

NanushkaYolie Faux Leather Shorts

The theme this post is all about buoyantly celebrating was due and we deserve a damn fairytale. A bold pull sleeve with cinching is just the right dose to fall out of the quarantine slumber and into the next epic epoch.

Shop the trends at ASOS:


Clockwise from top left:

Ronny Kobo Gioia puff sleeve dress

Atoir close call metallic wrap top

Dolly & Delicious exclusive bandeau mini

& Other Stories polka dot puff sleeve blouse

With a push, there's a pull. In respect to the flash and the flare, the hemline of the shorts is lower, serving as a balancing act- the Bermuda short is back. The Bermuda Short allows the conservative yet sleek appeal, which is perfect when also paired with striking tops or fantastical elements. With the shoulder being bold, or the bow detail added it's a breath to the look to have a lean silhouette on the bottom.


ASOS DESIGN plunge jacquard jumpsuit

Alice + Olivia Lavelle Color Block Maxi Gown

Low classic Linen and cotton Bermuda shorts

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