Trends come and go but few stay etched in our minds. We started off the year with menswear Fall/Winter’ 20, not knowing what was going to come forward. We expected the same old fashion schedule to be continued but with the coronavirus outbreak, everything changed.

Digital fashion shows showed us a new side of the reality. We saw few designers bringing in archival pieces to the runways such as Rick Owens, whereas some opted to stay out for the season. But this slow process did not stop to bring in new styles to the world. Right from comeback of tie-dye to silk shirts, we have seen every newbie since last few months. To make it easier, we have curated a list of trends that everyone can experiment with this year.



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Yes, tie-dye is everywhere. From Louis Vuitton to Ralph Lauren, the trend has been such a hit that now it has quickly trickled down to street fashion. In 2019, according to global fashion search platform Lyst, tie-dye was one of the fastest growing fashion search keywords.



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There has been massive increase in satin during Fall/Winter ’20. We have seen satin-silk shirts, pants and robes marching down the runways of Dolce & Gabbana and Off-White. The trend is easy to wear and usually goes with any basic pair of trousers.



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Floral is one of the most common trends to be spotted during fashion weeks. It can be easily combined with others. Gucci has been using florals in its maximal showcasing since quite some time. The trend will never go out of style and hence, it’s here on the list.



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Everything leather is a sign of comeback of late ’80s and ’90s. An head-to-toe leather look was spotted at Gucci, whereas Hermès had the perfect leather blazers. Styling leather is comparatively easier when you are wearing a single piece of it, but while doing all leather ensemble, it’s necessary to co-ordinate properly with colour of the leather. The colour should match each piece that you are wearing.



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Loose or over-sized blazers or jackets have been a thing since last couple years. Over-sized suits were found at Paul Smith, Dunhill and Valentino. Every other designer has been making different changes to pieces with over-sized tailoring.