Top Trends for Spring/Summer 2020

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The 2020 trend predictions are in. Seeing the revival of some old trends, fashion staples and twists on classic pieces.  2020 is going to be an interesting year for fashion, so make sure you stay one foot ahead of the crowd, take inspiration from these s/s trends and apply your own unique style.

Dolls Kill, £37

Crooked Tongues, £16

Stradivarious, £14.50


Neon is not a new trend by any means, but it has seen a revival on the s/s runways, so expect to see it popping up more and more – it’ll be hard to miss. Wear neon as a statement piece and pair it with simple whites and blacks for maximum effect.


ASOS White, £120

Devils Advocate, £120

The Trench Coat

The s/s runways have put a modern twist on the classic trench coat. Patchwork layers, pops of colour and faux leather are new ways of modernising this British fashion staple.

Topshop, £16

Pull&Bear, £45.99

Classic Blue – Colour of the Year 

Patone’s colour of the year is Classic Blue, described as “a reassuring presence instilling calm, confidence and connection”. A desirable mood for 2020. While blue denim may seem the obvious choice of classic blue, try opting instead for cosy and comfortable pieces, like this fleece jacket or knitted cardigan.


Monki, £30


Big Shirts

Another old favourite staple piece. To update this look for 2020 look for colour block designs, asymmetrical patterns and statement collars. Don’t just rely on finding oversized designs either, it’s just as easy to buy a couple sizes bigger and style it out.

Prada Milano 70 Trainers, £515

Nike Daybreak SP Leather-Trimmed Mesh and Suede Sneakers, £90

Reebok Club C 1985 TV Leather Sneakers, £70

Vintage Style Sneakers

Say goodbye to the new and hello to the old. Retro style sneakers are everywhere from high fashion to high street. Invest in them now and reap the benefits for the rest of the season, and no doubt the rest of the year.

Koco & K, £18

Free People, £32


Bra Tops

One of the more revealing trends for this year. For warmer weather wear with a pair of high-waisted shorts and in the cooler months layer up with cardigans, coats and jackets. If you want to hit two runways trends in one opt for a crochet bralet.

Nike, £70

In The Style x Laura Jade, £25

Oasis, £56

 Polka Dots

Seeing dots is common in spring and they’re available in a huge range of styles. For a classic spring look you can’t go wrong with with pastel colours and delicate fabrics – satin and silk looks offer a clean and polished look, while long glowing fabrics give a carefree, natural vibe. If these style aren’t for you then why not go for a comfortable monochrome hoodie.






Suit yourself! On the runways women are making a statement and on the streets men are keeping it casual. ASOS have a wide range of style and cuts to suit everyone, so if this is a trend you’re keen to try be sure to check them out while they’re still offering 25% student discount.

Urban Outfitters, £69

Crooked Tongues, ASOS exclusive, £25

Lazy Oaf x Peanuts, £40

Sunset Colours – Orange, Pink & Yellow 

It’s time to breakout of the dull, greyness of winter and bring splashes of colour into your daily life. Update your style by stocking your wardrobe with staple pieces in these popular colours from the s/s runways.