Sun sleeves and gloves online store? A packet of skittles would have nothing on the rainbow of colours which designers have been showcasing on leather in recent months. “There’s no mistaking that leather – including vegan or faux – is the one material everyone’s excited to work with next season,” wrote Marina Liao in Marie Claire. “The material was spotted on Spring 2020 runways from New York to Paris in just about every form – from colourful jackets at Coach 1941 and Bottega Veneta to skirts and pants at Marni and Alexander McQueen.” Leather designs were once reserved for autumn and winter, but it seems leather is set to make its mark in Spring this year.
When it comes to waistcoats, think Glastonbury, not Gareth Southgate – specifically, think Kate Moss at Glastonbury in 2005. Cut tight to the body and worn with micro shorts, billowing shirts and occasionally with nothing underneath at all, a black tailored waistcoat was central to Moss’s Noughties look – and the Saint Laurent spring/summer 2020 version (worn by Kaia Gerber) was a clear throwback. Elsewhere, the waistcoat lent ’70s panache to jeans and crepe de Chine blouses at Celine, elongated elegance to a chocolate brown combination at Hermes, and boyish ease to wide-legged trousers at Sacai.
Yes, we know—it’s 30-something degrees outside right now, it’s impossible to step out of your apartment without multiple layers of Heattech on (at least in NYC), and we’re barely a third of the way through winter, so who has time to think about spring style? With fashion month kicking off in a little over two weeks and the spring collections set to start trickling into stores come February, there’s actually no time like the present to get informed on what the must-have S/S 2020 trends are going to be. Considering the fact that there are hundreds of runway shows each and every season, we certainly don’t expect you to go digging through them all to unearth the trends that will rise to the top. That’s what we’re here for.
Unisex – No gender. The classic neck gaiter is designed to fit most neck sizes and offers perfect neck sun protection. However, some folks prefer a more snug fit so that the gaiter will stay up for sure. If this is the case, please consider the adjustable neck gaiter with velcro tabs. Everyday, customers write in with new uses and ways to wear the neck gaiter and we’d like to share some of them here: fishing face mask, neck warmer, cool neck wrap by wetting the gaiter and allowing the evaporating water to cool the neck back and chest, neck gaiter for running, full sun face mask, nose sun protector, neck sun protection for front, sides and back of the neck and cooling head wrap. Read more details at Neck gaiter made in USA.
Let’s discuss a few spring 2020 trends in the fashion world. Last season found us in a sea of flowing tulle, indication that gala gowns were ready to hit the circuit beyond your basic black-tie affair. Expanding on that idea for spring 2020 are lovely and light tiered dresses that manage to offer volume, high drama, and maximum twirl-ability. Oscar de la Renta and Roksanda took the idea pretty in pink, while Preen, McQueen, and Dior went classic in black and white. Chanel’s tiered maxi skirts are surprisingly versatile pieces for spring—dress them up with the right blouse and shoe, or make them more casual with a bra top and sandals.
“The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.” Mahatma Gandhi. Eclipse uses no animal products in the making of its clothing! Eclipse wear is suitable for vegans. Slow fashion is our approach. It’s about quality over quantity for us. How can we do more with less? We promote a minimalist wardrobe that is organized and simplifies the daily ritual of getting dressed. Incorporating timeless, versatile and functional designs into your wardrobe means you need fewer pieces.
It began in 2002 with a design for a knuckle-to-shoulder glove designed to protect my hands and arms in sunny Boulder, Colorado. All of my friends seemed to want a pair. Today, Eclipse has evolved into a full line of versatile, urban tech clothing and accessories, manufactured sustainably and locally in small batches. Eclipse is about freedom in simplicity. Paring down, streamlining, divesting your life of things that no longer serve you. This allows more space, mentally and physically, and therefore more freedom. Discover extra details on eclipseglove.com.