Clothes we wear will always reflect the zeitgeist. It always has been used as a mirror to represent where you belong socially. But now the lines have blurred and all thanks to the rise of streetwear in fashion. There’s a new wave of brands making clothes more comfortable and suitable for everyday use. Encouraging hibernation over participation in the rat race, the importance of being idle has never been this clear.

Fashion is becoming the next level functional with consumers seeking fuss- freestyles that adapt to the moment and can wear them anywhere.

Knitwear might be associated with winter but in 2020 you can be pretty sure that 340 days out of the year will likely call for knitwear. From knitted polo shirts to floral knitted tops and vintage cardigans we all loved to be in it all day long and sipping coffee.

If you have been looking for a sign to put away your skinnies for the time being I think, this is it. Tight and rigid jeans are hardly appealing these days, so we are jumping at the chance to style wide leg pairs that feel so fresh and comfortable.

We have been stuck at our homes for so long and because of that the popularity and necessity of sweatshirts have become eternal. The great part about sweatshirts is that they’ll keep you cozy and doesn’t look disheveled. Pairing them with matching sweatpants or classic black leggings and fun slippers is a great way to look cute, even if you’re home.

As governments increasingly require face masks to stem the spread of COVID-19, some have become big sellers. Masks are not a fashion accessory, but they do take up a fair amount of real estate on your face, so it’s not surprising that people are looking for aesthetically pleasing ones.

The oversize, boxy, menswear blazer has taken over the runway and become a street style favorite. We all are following the work from home rule and blazers are our number 1 choice when it comes to online meetings. You can pair a colorful jacket with plaid slacks in a parallel hue and this combination will feel polished enough for work and playful enough for post office drinks.

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