Putting on that pretty face & looking good in your video camera seems like its all you need to do during this pandemic. As nothing is certain, we are all hoping that things won’t affect us as summer quickly rolls around the corner! We want to remind ourselves what Fashion really is, and the favorite styles you might be able to get out and “strut” as the economy starts to pick up in Summer 2020.
Summer 2020 Color Trends to lookout for include Red (Scarlet), Yellow (Saffron) and Blue (Classic Blue) as your Bold Primaries. Summer Fashion Colors include, Biscay Green (Refreshing aqua), Chive (Olive), Faded Denim (Comfort Blue), Orange Peel (Orange Tang), Mosaic Blue (Mystic Ocean Blue), Sunlight (Buttery Yellow), Coral Pink (Warm Pink), Cinnamon Stick (Earthy Brown), Grape Compote (Purple). Summer Classic Neutrals include Lark (Versatile Khaki), Navy Blazer (Deep Blue) Brilliant White (Clean Cotton), Ash (Solid Gray).
The NYFW 2020 Color of the Year is a Classic Blue! Color Description: Instilling calm, confidence, and connection, this enduring blue hue highlights our desire for a dependable and stable foundation on which to build as we cross the threshold into a new era. (NYFW PANTONE COLORS SHOWN BELOW)
Neon Shades play a large roll in Summer 2020 Trends, they are too bold to wear every day, and too bright to pass unnoticed. Make sure to have at least one of these acidic colors in your wardrobe this summer (Green, Pink, Orange, Yellow, Blue). With the onset of summer, neon is guaranteed to remain at the peak of popularity, because hot, sunny days and bright shades are just created for each other. Don’t forget about those Punchy Color Combo’s in Pink and Orange, screaming “Summer Fun”! These look great with any Summer Skin Tone.
Unfortunately, not much has changed from spring to summer for these primary colors and how to wear them. You will pretty much find these colors mentioned above in solid and prints in any retail store online. Shop the store of your choice! As far as summer trends consist of, you might already have most in your closet from last summer.