Top Fashion Trends that Mamas Can Wear Right Now
New York Fashion Week 2020 has come to an end and whether you’re into it or not, it’s no secret that the fashion trends and designs can feel extremely inaccessible for our closets. Most looks are expensive and they don’t seem practical for a mama who is running from work to drop-off and back.
This year, though, the looks were all about paying homage to the ’90s and daring to be bold. As designers showcased upcoming fall and winter styles, we noticed the trends were actually a little more attainable this season. And, frankly, highlighted practical fashion pieces we’re sure mamas will love to add to their wardrobe.
We’re showcasing a few trends you can find in your closet (or affordable options!) that will spruce up your outfit of the day. The best part is that these trends are classic, covetable and will stay around for seasons to come.
Top New York fashion trends that mamas can wear right now:
If you’re feeling stylish, throw on an oversized cape over whatever you’re wearing. If you’re not feeling it, that’s okay too. Save it for another day with another outfit.
2. Glitz + sparkle
Are you tired of neutrals and ready to throw in a bit of pizzazz? Touches of glitz and sparkle on pants, skirts and tops dominate this year. Understated sparkle is chic, sexy and so easy to pull off.
Blazers may seem old-school, but paired with a skirt or a bold print and it’s instantly golden. Tweed and wool blazers proved to be hot this year and, to be honest, they are the ultimate win for mamas who have tops covered in spit up from little ones.
We love that 2020 is serving mamas a reworked poncho. Traditionally, ponchos were best for cold days and were never the focus of any outfit – until now. Rock a classic one and it will be a standout in your closet for years to come.
5. Oversized chains
Drape a smaller chain on your shoes, tops, and pants for a dainty look, or go bigger to make a splash.
6. Off the shoulder tops
We’ve been fans of off the shoulder tops and dresses for a[while now, but it’s nice to see the trend finally popping up on runways. This style is perfect for a quick sophisticated (and sexy) look, without baring your midsection or arms.