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Summer 2020 Fashion Trends

Being in sweats 24/7 has gotten a bit old, and now that summer has arrived (and hopefully soon the weather will realise it), it's time to get going with those summer fashion trends that everyone will be wearing. So put the jumpers and coats away and get ready for heat and hotness!

Definitely a statement shade, neon is everywhere this season. These fluorescent colours can be difficult to fit into your everyday wardrobe, but don't fret, there are simple yet stylish ways to make this trend less controversial. The trick is to keep it to one piece per outfit. Partnering a neon shirt with black trousers can be super cool, but maybe not if you don't want to stand out. The easiest way to pull off neon in the summer would be in a bikini or one piece for that cute beach look.

Puff Sleeves

Taking your sleeve game to the next level, puff sleeves are now in and a great way to shake up your wardrobe. From dresses to tops, there are many ways to pull off this look. For a casual everyday look, partner a puff sleeve dress with trainers or flats, or for a more dressy outfit, add heels or boots. For some great inspiration, PrettyLittleThing do some amazing pieces to check out.


For those who like to bare a bit of skin, side cut-outs are definitely in! You would for sure make an entrance wearing a summery cut-out dress this season. We see celebs rocking this look all the time, but even without all their money, we can still make this trend gorgeous. This isn't exactly a style for those who like to cover up, but once again, PrettyLittleThing do some super cute cut-out dresses.

Even though this pattern never really went away, it has had a resurgence in this year's spring/summer runways. As it is such a simple pattern to wear, no matter your style there is a way to incorporate it into your look. As it is for summer, try a polka dot summer dress, or for a really casual look, a polka dot top and a pair of jeans can never fail.

Now for the accessory, gold chain necklaces are great to wear. Most of the time, the trend is to wear quite chunky necklaces, but that isn't everyone's cup of tea. Wearing smaller more delicate versions are still beautiful and can be a cool way to finish off a look. Gold is a better colour for warm skin tones, so if you prefer silver then go ahead! Put with a plain white tee and you'll get your glamorous accessory to really stand out.

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