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Women’s Fashion Trends in the UK this 2020

Personal_Finance / Shopping Mar 28, 2020 - 01:31 PM GMT

By: Dylan_Moran

Personal_Finance

Fashion, as they say, is one of the best ways for you to express your true self. This is why some people can already tell a lot about you based on the clothes that you wear or not. Now, fashion isn’t really an exact basis of your personality, but this is a good way to show everybody a part of who you really are.

Fashion trends come and go, that’s for sure. It can also be hard to keep track of what’s in and what’s not. Whether the color black or the leggings or tunic tops for women are still in this season, it’s really hard to keep track anymore. 


When it comes to this, maybe people would immediately think of New York that immediately knows what’s up because of the famous New York fashion week. However, UK fashion is also something worthy to take a look at. 

The UK is known for its sophisticated and smart fashion and if this is something that you’re interested in, here are the top fashion trends in the country now.

  • Black never goes old but colors are in too

The color black remains a staple when it comes to fashion. It’s so easy to partner with anything and if you don’t want to put much into what you’ll be wearing, black is just really attractive. However, a touch of color can immediately turn anything plain black into something fashionable.

For a great look with this color, choose bold colors for accents. You can look for anything yellow, pink, green, or bright blue for this. So for a look, you can choose to wear a midi dress and tops with easily noticeable graphics and black boots. 

  • Glamour while you shine

Anything shiny can be easily attractive and this is basically the rule for this look. The inspiration for this is the swinging-from-the chandeliers, debutantes, in the 1920s and 30s. For this look, sequined dresses and maxi skirts would work. 

To make your look more interesting, pick out unique costume jewelry that will surely get the attention of many. This can definitely make you shine out from a crowd.

  • Warm tones for comfort

Fashion can also be defined as comfort. You can wear anything as long as it makes you feel comfortable and when it comes to this, warm tones are best. These warm tones are what you would wear during winter or cold days.

To achieve a cozy look, go for warm colors like grey, white, and beige. The texture and thickness of your clothes will also matter and so soft wool or cashmere knits would work great for this. You can also wear track pants and top everything up with a faux fur or shearling coat.

  • Be loud with colors

Think of the Mardi Gras if you want to really stand out from a crowd. Loud colors are not to be ashamed about anymore. When we say loud, we’re talking about bright neon colors like hot or neon pink, lime green, and bright orange.

High visibility is the goal for this look. Go for clothes with more edges and geometry that would frame your neck and shoulders well. Since this is all about colors, you should also go for colorful accessories that could give you a tough look. 

  • Fuzziness in a good way

Don’t you just love fuzzy things? You don’t have to wear all the fuzzy clothes for this. Just choose one or two pieces that are fuzzy enough to stand out. This could your shoes, hat, scarf, coat, bag, or even your hair clips. Focus on accessorizing when it comes to this look.

  • Be the Polished Uptown Girl

If you want to look sophisticated and highly fashionable, this is the look to go for. Get those pleated skirts, culottes, and *****-bow blouse to achieve sophistication. This is something you can consider coming into work without looking plain and boring.

  • Bring in the bling

This is not just about wearing a lot of accessories. We’re talking about real bling that could give you a glamorous look. Whatever your outfit is, bling it up. Have the pieces that you’re wearing embellished with diamonds. 

You can start with your earrings, necklace, and even a brooch. You can go all out with your bag and coat too. What matters here is that you make those pieces extra with stones, silver, and gold.

Basically, all these trends are leaning away from plain and boring. This year is really about accessorizing and looking for pieces that would scream a part of yourself. Whether you’d like to work on colors, accessories, or patterns, what’s trendy is that there’s something that stands out in what you’re wearing.

By Dylan M.

© 2020 Copyright Dylan M. - All Rights Reserved Disclaimer: The above is a matter of opinion provided for general information purposes only and is not intended as investment advice. Information and analysis above are derived from sources and utilising methods believed to be reliable, but we cannot accept responsibility for any losses you may incur as a result of this analysis. Individuals should consult with their personal financial advisors.


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