Piecing together articles and fabrics of stylish clothing is what SS20 is all about. It involves layering, sheer fabrics that reveal another layer of fabric, merging two random prints and textures, and ultimately losing the idea that anything needs to match.
The play on fabric shows us the woman’s personality. It says more than we think about creativity and individuality. For fashion designer Shuting Qiu, colours were chaotic, jewel-toned and playful. Textures used were random, irregular, and eccentric.
We’re going to take a look at several designers’ classy SS20 play on texture and floral prints to see what lurks beneath the surface.
This floral look seems to be inspired by the dandelion fields. Floral blazers are wearable with most things in your wardrobe as it is a standalone statement piece.
Duo-tone blazers are huge this season, as a statement piece in itself, feel free to mix and match textures.
Somewhat nautical, somewhat Art Nouveau, this look screams creativity.
The soft and hard elements of this look make the outfit interesting and appealing. Who knew you could pair a combat duffle bag with an embroidered coat?
This tropical look is both enchanting and fresh. Add an element of the tropics instead of florals to keep your look invigorating.