We’re still hopeful for a bright and hopeful future as the pandemic wears on. Speaking about wearing on, we have created an Official Summer 2020 Guide for the latest deals with trends and products before they even make their way to your shoppe. According to Farfetch’s Senior Fashion Editor Celenie Seidel, here are all the summer styles that are worth both your time and money as the sight of Summer moves closer.
Backs on Show
Spring/summer 2020 saw many an exposed back, with many string-tied styles emerging. The champion of this look is Copenhagen's Cecilie Bahnsen—many of whose ultra-feminine, high-volume looks are contrasted by delicately tied open backs."
Bermuda shorts provide a fresh update to the summer suit for S/S 20, with trousers being ditched in favor of the weather-friendly alternative. From leather to linen, the shorts suit is the friend you can call on again and again."
An unlikely choice for summer, designers have been exploring the use of leather and vegan leather during warmer months. Nanushka's vegan leather bralette layered over a T-shirt or shirt, or Brunello Cucinelli's leather shorts are an easy way to try the trend for summer days."
The 'neutrals' of the print world, animal prints are seasonal staples. For S/S 20, zebra was first in show, with some of the season's most-coveted pieces being served up in the high-contrast pattern. Look no further than the Bottega Veneta Pouch in zebra print."
A far cry from the varieties worn by avid hikers, S/S 20's Velcro-sandals craze favors those that are dialed up with embellishments. Beads and crystals contrast functional rubber and Velcro in a pleasing aesthetic collision."
Gucci Technical Canvas Sandal With Crystals ($1250)
The Soft Clutch
Not only can they easily cradle all your essentials, but this season's favorite clutches are also ultra-huggable thanks to their soft, malleable finishes. Accompanying shoestring straps from the likes of Bottega Veneta and Studio Amelia give you the option of easily transitioning from hands-full to hands-free."
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