A new season means new outfits, and that we couldn’t be more excited that. But what do you do when the weather’s cold in the morning, hot in the day… and cold again at night? The trick to putting a trendy spring outfit together is starting out with chic basics, then updating your style for the season. Here are our top style recommendations on what to wear for spring.
Jennifer Lopez may have won Milan Fashion Week Spring 2020, but the garments came during a close second. Before the “Hustlers” star closed Versace, Miuccia Prada presented a fabulously sophisticated warm-weather range; Silvia Venturini Fendi made her women’s ready-to-wear debut with a set made from vintage florals.
Now that fashion month has officially wrapped, a few of major themes emerge. First, sustainability is on everyone’s mind. From Dior’s forest of trees to Marni’s ode to mother nature, designers explore what it means to create clothes in a time where climate change is at the forefront of culture and politics. Efforts toward diversity and inclusion on the runway continue to take hold, with brands like Mugler, Collina Strada, and Tommy Hilfiger all championing different skin tones, body types and ages. The common thread is that it’s no longer enough to create desirable collections, but to do so in a responsible, ethical manner that takes into account our society’s health.