Fall 2020 Fashion Trends





Sweater weather is just around the corner. Fall is my favorite season with its cool, crisp weather, the incredible colors of nature, comfort food, enjoying pumpkin spice everything and being able to wear cozy layers and cute booties again! Even though I'm sad to see summer coming to an end, I am so looking forward to shopping the fashion trends for the upcoming season!

This year things will definitely be different. The COVID-19 pandemic has certainly had a huge impact on every aspect of our lives and fashion is no exception. What we will be wearing has been hugely impacted by the pandemic. We are at home more and in the office less. We are socializing in small groups, versus heading out to bars, clubs and large parties/celebrations. We are camping, hiking and taking staycations instead of going to tourist hot spots or cruising.


Designers planning for the 2020 season may have not anticipated these changes, but they are doing a good job catching up.

Here are some of the trends for the Fall 2020/Winter 2021 season as you think about adding some pieces to update your current wardrobe!

Loungewear

Can you say comfortable??!!

With the pandemic, most days, many of us see no reason to change out of our pajamas! Ever since this whole thing started, matching loungewear sets have been super popular.

For Fall, loungewear continues to be on trend and in demand. While tie dye and bright colors are still popular, loungewear for the Fall season is trending towards neutral colors like camel, tans, grays and blacks, and a slightly more fitted look, to provide versatility for mixing and matching your loungewear pieces with the rest of your wardrobe. Loungewear is starting to look a little more upscale and a little more elegant without sacrificing the comfort we’ve grown to love.





Bell, Puffy, or Statement Sleeves

One thing you will notice in the new sweaters, dresses and tops on the market this season is a lot more attention to sleeve design. Large bell sleeves appear on a classic button down shirt, and puffy sleeves on sweaters and dresses. Big dramatic, statement sleeves are on