The world is facing some new difficulties and everything around us is changing. The fashion industry is no exception although it’s trying to adapt and bring new, exciting trends for fashion lovers. Fashion experts think that these new sides of life we have come to know are going to have a big impact on the upcoming fashion trends.
And while there are so many things to see and learn in 2020, 2021 is bringing something completely different and exciting. Some fashion industry experts say that the trends of spring/summer of 2021 can either go bold and brave, or dreamy and creative. Here are some trends to expect in the spring and summer of 2021.
Bring back the teen rebellion
It was the time when we wore whatever we wanted and spring/summer of 2021 is bringing back that idea to our lives. This trend is bringing loud and clear rejection of the world around us through our apparel with mixing materials, colors, elements, and textures. Stripes, dots, letters all in once – one of the creative trends that await.
Power on our shoulders
2021 is bringing power back on the catwalk and in our closets in the form of wide, square shoulders and uniformity with lots of neutral tones, mostly white, black, and blue. This trend is bringing a lot of suits made out of versatile materials – wool, cashmere, cotton, linen, denim – you name it.
Power of the flower is back
Flowers never left our closets and runaways, not actually. In one form or another, flowers were always around. And what better thing to wear while trying to coexist with nature than lots of flowers? This season is probably going to be a bit different and bring more flowers than ever, without breaking the pattern. Flower power is going to amaze us with lots of different styles whether it’s with some simple flowers or with some exotic, big, and colorful ones.
Coexisting with nature
If you imagine mother nature living somewhere in the countryside, wearing beautiful pieces of clothing, you’ll imagine this new trend of spring/summer 2021. This means we’ll be wearing lots of natural, lightweight materials, lace, even some wood or reed. Bit different than the first trend, this one is a bit softer and feminine with long seethrough dresses and blouses.