Classic But Comfortable: Fashion That Will Continue To Trend In 2021

Fashion has consistently been intense. However, 2020 made it difficult to fully be expressive in terms of fashion as most of the year was spent in isolation.

Although 2020 seemed to be a year of seamless fashion with shades of blue for a dynamic look, free-flowing silhouettes, and a round staple for faux leather, we discovered a different trend altogether.

 

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The pandemic did make us remember the delight of putting on a kicky pair of boots or messed up hoops. Likewise, 2020 enlivened us to return to our closets on various occasions and rediscover the sorcery of putting on an old pair of pants which we got during our travels, yet never wore or an heirloom piece, which waited for our consideration for an eternity.

 

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Fashion was developed from within our surroundings—and the fashion trends can be perceived as bizarre as this year was. From sustainable trends to strangest ideas—this year, the fashion originated to form its own new genre for creativity with readily existing materials/products around us and form clothing options according to the difficult times.

Turtleneck Face Mask Dress

Ever since the pandemic began, several brands have come out with this design to have it ‘all in one’. You are safe, stylish and adapting with the change.

Distressed Tights/Stockings

Even though a few young women fancied ripped stockings, it wasn’t a trend back then like ripped jeans were as it has become now. It was a fashion disaster finding your pair of stockings have ripped off from somewhere. But probably, this trend is just a way for people to express their distress this year.

Among these, the mask quotient was quite prominent with every retail in the industry coming up with interesting designs—as masks became an essential tool to counter COVID19. Masks replaced smiles, but have added a hue of colours, designs and visuals.

Like every other sector, the new normal, characterised by Work From Home norms, social distancing guidelines, reduced people adhering to the attire that was required as per the norms of a workplace, essentially. The office dress code was on the ease in the COVID19 era. Being in a sub-tropical country, Indians are choosing comfortable business attire made of breathable fabric, such as loose and comfortable shirts and trousers, denim and polos, light blazers, one-piece dresses, tops, kurtis and salwars and comfortable skirts are the emerging trends.

 

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Likewise, a majority of people stayed indoors, the Classic but Comfortable came out for even those who would dress up for a run. Classic T-shits, shirts, tops and dresses to give the right top-of-the-table look, paired with pyjamas, bermudas, khakis, loose pants making comfortable underneath is what’s making into everyone’s wardrobe.

 

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Even though, it had become ‘okay to repeat outfits’ —it did not stop the fashion industry or people for that matter to explore their ideas of fashion and design. Layering became the name of the game. You could pair your summery linen dress with a turtleneck and tights to stay cost in winter. Cardigans are also useful for layering during that ‘in-between’ weather and change of season.

Bandana Tops come out to be the most easy-sorority girl vibe this year. Innovating tank top with a touch to remain stylish and comfortable stood out amongst many.

 

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