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Get Ready for Spring 2020, New York Fashion Week Style

par Diana Slampyak octobre 18, 2019

Get Ready for Spring 2020, New York Fashion Week Style

We know –fall is falling, and you’re probably thinking of  impending  snow, freezing rain and all  
the turmoil – and wonder – that winter will soon bring. However, New York Fashion Week SS20  
is upon us, and it’s spoiling us with dreamy spring and summer fashions we can’t ignore – even  
if we can’t wear them just yet.    
 
Not to worry; a gal can dream about her spring wardrobe as the snow piles up and she shivers in  
her sweaters, right? And what better way to dream than to imagine fashions based on those  
shown during the most influential weeks of fall when the spring/summer lines from designer   powerhouses are unleashed to the public?  
What is New York Fashion Week (NYFW)?
NYFW is the start of the designer collection premiers for each season. What begins in New York   travels to London, then Milan, then Paris. Also, shows in Tokyo, Seoul and other cities appear to   showcase up-and-coming design hubs. But NYFW always starts the ball rolling and features the  
designers you’re probably most familiar with: Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, Kate Spade New  
York, plus some you’ll love once you see their work, such as Christopher John Rogers, becoming  
well known for his evening wear, Paris99, known for her playful gingham creations and  Khaite ,   who was big on wallpaper prints in her collection.    
 
NYFW lights up Manhattan with exciting fashion shows that take place not only on runways, but   also in museums, garages, hotel ballrooms – anywhere a catwalk can be placed  securely  and   music can blast. Parties, galas and celebrities abound. It’s fashion at its finest – and its loftiest.  
 
At NYFW, designers present their ready-to-wear collections that set the trends for the season   they’re premiering. Everything from clothing to footwear to handbags to sunglasses see the   light and receive scrutinyfrom critics. Accolades or pans can make or break a designer not only   for a season,but for a career. Designers thus put on shows to outdo other designers in an all-out   competition for praise. But what’s most important is the fashion. Always the fashion. Our   favorite trend so far is the print.    
Prints Galore
 
This year, like last, prints are spot on. Pun intended. Everything from florals to polka dots to   plaids to … well, you name it. And mixed media uses are arising from designers like Jason Wu ,   Acme  and  Proenza   Schueler , to name just  a few . If you’re not embracing your creativity to mix   and match one print with another (or two or three), you’re not in the know.  Even one print   alone is a go. Check out our favorite polka dot printed looks from our favorite NYFW designers:  
   
photo credits: designer, Adam Lippes 
photo credits: designer, Carolina Herrera 

The polkadot is so graceful and understated and captures the mood of Spring/Summer 2020. In fact, it has many of the hallmarks you’ll see.

More Spring/Summer 20 Trends

Tea length skirts and dresses take the lead in this category. In addition, you’ll see lace adornments on many a garment, if not all out lace pieces themselves. Denim is still popular, with Rag and Bone – who staged a runway show for the first time in three years – going early 2000s style with waistless, super low-rise jeans. Gingham has a go, as does linen. V-necks and sleeveless styles stand out.

Get NYFW Fashion Forward, IGIGI Style

Of course, the ready-to-wear collections being shown at NYFW come at a hefty price tag and in small sizes. Don’t let those discourage you! You can capture the million-dollar style without spending a million dollars. Rather, you can style your own with us. Check out this design we created:

The Mixed Media Callie Dress, You Can Customize 100+ Ways

We chose this dress because it best captures the spirit of S/S 2020 as seen in New York. With its polka dot bodice and abstract skirt, it mixes prints just like many of the designers showing this season do.

 

To best replicate the most popular style of dress shown over the week, we selected dropeed shoulder with long sleeves and the tea length skirt. Doing so gives you a look you can say you saw on a NYFW runway – but had custom made for you.

 

You’ll be perfect in this dress. It’s suitable for daytime wear with sandals or an evening out with heels and a statement necklace. Wear it, sport your fashion knowledge and stand out from the crowd. Knock people’s socks off!

 

Bet you’re ready for spring now, aren’t you?

Diana Slampyak
Diana Slampyak


MTO Waist Size Chart

  12 14/16 18/20 22/24 26/28 30/32 34/36
US 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36
UK 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38
EU 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 62 64
Bust 42 - 44 44½ - 48 48½ - 52 52½ - 56 56½ - 62 62½ - 68 68½ - 74
Waist 36 - 38 38½ - 42 42½ - 46 46½ - 50 50½ - 56 56½ - 62 62½ - 68
Hip 46 - 48 48½ - 52 52½ - 56 56½ - 60 60½ - 66 66½ - 72 72½ - 78
*all measurements in inches
Waist Size Chart
  12 14/16 18/20 22/24 26/28 30/32 34/36
US 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36
UK 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38
EU 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 62 64
Bust 42 - 44 44½ - 48 48½ - 52 52½ - 56 56½ - 62 62½ - 68 68½ - 74
Waist 36 - 38 38½ - 42 42½ - 46 46½ - 50 50½ - 56 56½ - 62 62½ - 68
Hip 46 - 48 48½ - 52 52½ - 56 56½ - 60 60½ - 66 66½ - 72 72½ - 78
*all measurements in inches