Full Guide To Trendy Skirts For The Spring-Summer 2020. Leather, denim, pleated, with frills and frills or smelling – all these skirts are among the most relevant models of the spring-summer 2020 season. “Furilia” tells how to fit them into your wardrobe.
Skirts with a cut
Skirts with a cut again returned to the fashion catwalks. Designers offer models with deep or medium cuts at the hip, fastened with several buttons or assembled with ties. This skirt is easy to apply in everyday life, the main thing is to look at the height of the cut. Thus, Tod’s caramel leather model will be the perfect pair of a cotton blouse for a business dress code, a Gucci velvet skirt can be worn at a party, and a weightless asymmetric Loewe model can be taken with you to overseas countries.
This spring, leather skirts continue to gain popularity. Designers experiment with cut, length and colors, offering new interesting combinations. Hermes offers a pleated leather model, Givenchy a pencil skirt with a slit in the middle in deep green, and Chloe a miniskirt tailored in a school uniform.
Denim skirts can easily compete with your favorite pair of jeans. This spring, designers especially fell in love with denim skirts of an unusual cut, with raw edges or vintage “boiling out.” We offer a look at the asymmetric model in light denim Alexander Wang, a feminine midi with a deep cut and a noticeable front seam Stella McCartney, as well as a denim skirt worn as if backwards from the Givenchy collection.
With frills and ruffles
Skirts with rows of air frills or cascades of interesting flounces are an outlet for romantic girls. In such skirts, one wants to go on a date, take a walk in a flowering park or feel like the heroine of a Jane Austen novel. However, this spring, designers proposed alternative skirts with ruffles. The Michael Kors Collection decorated the business model with playful ruffles, Miu Miu showed a bright turquoise leather skirt, and Louis Vuitton a multi-tiered and daring mini.
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