It’s great to see fashion trends continue to evolve, even while it feels like the world has been turned upside down—it’s a sense of normalcy.
OGDEN, Utah (PRWEB) May 28, 2020
Summertime 2020 might be more about staying close to home than hitting the town and going to concerts or festivals with friends. But that doesn’t mean fashion trends are discontinued for the rest of the year. Whether dressing up for a Zoom meeting or accessorizing to keep an older wardrobe feeling fresh, staying up-to-date on the latest styles can actually help people feel better. And dressing up in the morning, regardless of your plans, can help set the mood for the day and lead to better productivity, optimism and motivation.
From micro-trend staples, such as scrunchies, scarfs and kerchiefs, to midi dresses and swimwear, Liam & Co. has spotted three of the hottest trends for this unconventional summertime.
Yes, animal prints continue their reign as the fashionista’s go-to for adding color and dimension to any look. And while these chic prints have never truly gone out of style, they’re red-hot in 2020. Whether it’s adding flair to an outfit with a leopard scrunchie or making a bold statement with a cheetah tunic, animal prints will be a staple of any trendy look this summer.
In the 1950s, house dresses were embraced as a graceful and functional wardrobe essential. And with 2020 shaping up to be the year of “stay-at-home,” midi dresses are the fashionable stand-in for the vintage standard. Those looking for a trendy, chic and comfortable outfit for both lounging at home or running to the store are turning to midi dresses instead of yoga pants or pajamas. The trend is for relaxed shapes, subdued hues and lightweight materials.
Tank tops have long been a layering staple in the closet. But summer 2020 is bringing these typically concealed pieces boiling to the surface. This summer’s trend is making bright-colored tanks the center of attention by pairing with jeans, skirts or leggings. But it’s not just about solids this year. Tie-dye and animal print details are showing up from the (home) office to the beach. And those looking for more texture in their wardrobe will likely welcome 2020’s material trends, including crochet and lace.
“It’s great to see fashion trends continue to evolve, even while it feels like the world has been turned upside down—it’s a sense of normalcy,” said Liam & Co. Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer Ryan Wilson. “And we’re happy to play a part in helping people feel better in these uncertain times by providing access to affordable, trendy styles. Dressing up in the morning is much more than about how you look; it’s really about who you are.”
Liam & Co. is an online boutique headquartered in Ogden, Utah. It specializes in providing affordable, fast casual, fashion-forward pieces. Its promise is to help real women living real lives. Opportunities to become a brand ambassador and details about how to receive special offers can be found on the company’s website at liamandcompany.com.