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Must Have for SS’20

Must Have for SS’20

There’s a moment, really hard to be defined, that comes along at every change of season. It usually occurs at the end of August and then again between February and March, but it can change accordingly to the person and to the longitude of every place. What we know for sure is it hits everybody one way or another, like a sort of physical need. We’re talking about the uncontainable will of changing wardrobe. Put coats and jackets away, wool socks goodby, heavy sweaters see you next time. And welcome back to our dear friends, midi dresses and blouses, sandals and loafers! Are we the only one excited?

If novelties are many, it is also true that spring summer trends are the natural continuation of what we loved this past winter. And we like it. Among our resolutions for the new year, there is the revision of our wrong behaviors as consumers, and we are glad the Fashion system agrees with us. To put together a perfect look you basically just need to open your closet and look what’s inside. In this way you can buy only the few garments you need for the seasonal upgrade. You’ll need creativity, willingness to try and our trends’ list of course, to guide you towards the spring summer key pieces. They are versatile, funny and a good investment for the following months as well.

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First of all, maxi shapes are coming back. Colours are pretty neutral indeed, but cuts are essential. Voluminous dresses, balloon shape sleeves and comfortable shorts, just to name a few. You should not be afraid of trying with accessories too: platform shoes and maxi bags (enormous bags). Outfits are architectonical structures for the body. And, please, be careful with textiles! We’ll fall in love with watery patterns, lace of different kinds and transparent dresses made of layers of tulle. Ready to start?

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words Giulia Greco

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