01 Wide-legged Pants
Palace pants have indeed taken over the streets of the fashion capital this fall. The signature cut only cemented its place on the list of major spring/summer 2021 trends. Chloe showed off their variations, such as banana jeans with a prick. Over at Louis Vuitton’s, they show the preference for soft flowing fabrics while Balenciaga gives rubber pants a bouncy edge.
02 Simple Monochrome
Monochromatic styling is always timeless and fashionable. A simple bow in one color will be an especially strong trend for the upcoming season. In addition, the look is simple and requires no embellishment. Take a look at the slick characteristic of the satin-heavy Prada. The style relies on the bold pastel hues of Jil Sander and Salvatore Ferragamo. For the new season, the brand offers tailored trousers with a high waist feature. This effect echoes the exceptional tailoring.
The emergence of sweatshirts and hoodies among spring/summer 2021 trends has renewed public acceptance and trust. Every fashion brand has turned into the need to feel comfortable during a rough period of isolation. New designs of hoodies appeared at Max Mara and Givenchy. And Matthew Williams showed a sweatshirt embellished with crystals and paired with red carpet colors. On the other hand, Celine went for a new style suit for the young generation.
4 Big Sleeves
Bulky sleeves have also become a trend for the upcoming season. Expect to see dresses made of cotton, silk, polyester, and satin for spring/summer 2021 trends. As the brand presented the new design with embellishment, it exudes elegance and beauty. Those wearing it will feel confident. See every collection from Loewe, Alexander McQueen, and Versace.
Instagram-worthy lapels will stay in demand for the next season.
These styles can be seen in the Gucci and Pato collections.
Anthony Vaccarello, on the other hand, focuses on Victorian-inspired soft lines. The label’s initial response to prolonged isolation and an irresistible desire for luxury garbages.