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Autumn / Winter Trends 2020-2021
15 January 2021

What to wear this season?

BEYSIC has made a selection of the top 10 trends for this autumn/winter that you won’t be able to resist.

Don’t let anything slip through your fingers!

Let’s get started!

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PETAR PETROV Autumn / Winter 2020-2021

1. Leather over leather

Yes, you have read correctly, the skin effect is still one of the trends that since last year continues in our closet.

And this year we are betting above all on maroon and earth colors, in addition to the classic black. The key is to take it in a total look.

2. Square print

This type of print, also known as “prince of Wales”, is reinvented every season being present in different shades. This season you will find them in brown, red or green tones.

Apart from the checks, another of the prints in trend is the classic “Houndstooth”

CHRISTIAN DIOR Autumn / Winter Ready to Wear 2020-2021
Wooyoungmi, Iceberg y Acne Studios
Autumn / Winter 2020-2021

3. Anoraks

They could not be missing from our closets this winter and it’s just like with the sweatshirts, we’re wearing them with less sporty and casual looks than before.  

We are combining our more relaxed styles with more sophisticated garments, resulting in more urban and modern outfits.

4. The loosest suit

The suit continues to be strong, even though we spend more time at home, but we keep adapting them to the new circumstances. Now we find more comfortable suits to wear.

The vests that are emerging with more strength this season are especially relevant.

As far as prints are concerned, the pinstripe and the Prince of Wales paintings are the most in-demand.

Ermenegildo Zegna, Officine Générale, Paul Smith Autumn /
Winter 2020-2021
Bottega Veneta Autumn / Winter 2020-2021

5. The fringes

The fringes in the purest 1920s style have come back strong.

This winter we will find them in both clothing and accessories, especially in fringes, and is that this trend began with the brand “Bottega Veneta” in their latest shows as you can see in the picture.

6. Trench coats

The warmth garment that boosts any look

Long or above the knee, in colors that can range from camel to military green and, with an oversized or tighter pattern

The trench coat is a very versatile garment that allows us t combine it with casual outfits as well as with more tailored looks. That is why it’s considered a closet background garment.

No. 21, Ludovic de Saint Sernin y Homme Plissé Issey Miyake Autumn / Winter 2020-2021
Valentino Autumn / Winter 2020-2021

7. The red color

The star color of the season is that we have seen it in leather or vinyl pants, coats or dresses.

If, on the other hand, you find it too bold to wear it in any of the garments mentioned above, I recommend you get a good matte red lipstick or gloss (depending on how you like it best).

You’ll see how the mood changes 😉

8. The rain boots

Who would have thought that rain boots would be a trend we could not resist this season?

No longer just for rainy days… Now we see that they combine with all kinds of garments and the truth is that these unexpected shoes give a cool touch to our looks.

Street style look in the Milan Fashion Week Autumn / Winter 2020-2021
Etro Autumn / Winter 2020-2021

9. The cardigan

Knitwear remains one of this season’s quintessential fabrics.

This year we will see it more in the cardigans, try wearing them as a sweater or with shirts and a belt to mark the waist.

In addition, this type of clothing is perfect for being comfortable and beautiful at home.

10. Accessories – Chains, long gloves, and ties:

Chains have been taking over our accessories for a few seasons now, but now the key is the maxi format. In addition to seeing it in bags, necklaces, belts, and bracelets, we will also find them in garments such as sweaters.

Perfect for the winter, the gloves, this year long opera style. An accessory that brings a lot of elegance and very 1950s style.

An accessory made for the boldest, the ties, of different fabrics and colors. To add a working touch to our looks.

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