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8 accessories trends for the next season

Directly from the SS20 runways, the must-have accessories for spring

8 accessories trends for the next season Directly from the SS20 runways, the must-have accessories for spring

The Fashion Week, like every year, offers trends and news on the catwalks and guides the purchases of thousands of people. By carefully observing and examining all the collections that have walked the runway during the last Fashion Weeks, we have identified the new spring / summer SS20 trends directly from the catwalks, which will be welcomed by world trendsetters in their style columns.

The mood-board for this season is certainly the vintage, through which one of the designers have explored the style of the past, recalling it through their new collections.
Trends suggest that size does matter; in fact, we have seen accessories parading in the name of excess and extravagance, definitions that are the masters in every proposed look. 
In addition to the size of the bags and necklaces, another important feature is the aptitude of the colors proposed on the catwalks that inevitably take us back in the  80s but which are more current than ever.

The motto for SS20 season? More is more, for an overdose of personality and extra details. From soft bags to chain necklaces, here our favorite 8 accessory trends.



This was a huge trend in the '00s, and now it's back. Light and usually made of silk, the headscarf not only gives the outfits a fresh and unexpected look but is also a practical garment that help protect the hair from the sun's rays, and will equally add various shades of color and a touch of old school glamor to our outfit, like LouLou de la False, former muse and designer for the then Yves Saint Laurent, taught.

Brand reference: Etro, Saint Laurent, Celine, Brandon Maxwell, Alice McCall, Dolce & Gabbana



During SS20, the chain necklaces illuminated and colored every single catwalk thanks to their acetate links in different shades or washed in gold, so as to add the fateful glam factor. Here too "big is better", in fact, the size (and heaviness) of the worn chains contrasts with the thinner necklaces combined with them, a combo that gives the look elegance and light-heartedness.

Brand reference: Brandon Maxwell, Ports 1961, Tory Burch, Zimmerman, Chloé, Bottega Veneta



Clean lines, geometric shapes, color balance; the mismatched earrings have become a standard stylistic choice on the catwalks, as the jewelry trends of summer 2020 are based on creative and original mixes.
Who needs two earrings when you can have the desired impact with just one? The stylists of the largest fashion houses have in fact decided to have their models paraded with single earrings, where, due to the size of these, the imbalance effect was somewhat evident.

Brand reference: Jason Wu, Ulla Johnson, Oscar de la Renta, Versace, Dolce&Gabbana, Tibi, Marni, Valentino



The gloves, strictly opera gloves, are the most unexpected and surprising trend of spring/summer 2020 accessories. From Off-White, where the gloves show disparate round holes, to Gucci inspired by the theme of domination with long black leather gloves with a whip, and finally to Moschino, where the mesh gloves were made with the intent to enhance the prints and the design of the colorful clothes proposed on the catwalk.

Brand reference: Moschino, Off-White, Gucci



A new era in the belt has begun. The classic leather ones with buckles? Boring.
Now the white rope is depopulated, which, embellished with tassels at the end and tied around the waist, helps to give that extra touch. This, used in a belt mode, perfectly adapts to the rustic atmosphere of Christian Dior, where it was used as a finish on raffia dresses and skirts, with the addition of the faithful brand represented by a metal buckle. Finally, the rope belts by Tory Burch gave a nice contrast to the colorful dresses and high-waisted trousers that the brand proposed.

Brand reference: Zimmerman, Stella McCartney, Dior, Valentino, Tory Burch



Why hiding behind a pair of black glasses when you can see life in technicolor instead?
In fact, with the search for the coolest eyewear, the color is the constant that remains unchanged in each model. Thanks to their frame with vibrant shades and the monochromatic lens of the same shade, they immediately add a dramatic touch to the outfit. To the butterfly frames with degradè lenses like those of Chloé up to the mask glasses with micro studs in fluorescent colors, all is accepted.
On the Gucci catwalk, the absolute protagonists are the sunglasses proposed in an over-sized version and combined with a chain of equally generous dimensions.

Brand reference: Boss, Victoria Beckham, Fendi, Stella McCartney, Gucci



Minimalism, sobriety and simplicity are back in fashion. The new trendy bags of 2020 will follow the canon of minimalist aesthetics, free of prints and details with classic motifs and with neutral tones such as beige, cream, and powder pink.
Daniel Lee, creative director of Bottega Veneta, has shaped its aesthetics by presenting bags without decorations on the catwalk but with the addition of prints with a woven leather motif.

Brand reference: Hermès, Bottega Veneta



The so-called bucket hat comes and goes in every season, but its simple style always remains the same. Characterized by its short brim and inclined downwards, thanks to its various shades, will complete any outfit. The choice is between pink, anthracite or white to experiment with the various and colorful shades and leopard and python prints or the summer-esque bucket hat thanks to the use of straw weaves.

Brand reference: Alberta Ferretti, Lanvin, Prada, Dior, Anna Sui, Michael Kors