Resuming the key-pieces, the long slimline dress perfectly combines the idea of multipurpose dressing, as it is wearable at home, for work and for evening occasion. Therefore it increases the purchase affinity for a wide array of clients. Keep in mind that research for minimal clothes encreased of 80% this year. Opposed to this rather subtly luxurious and minimal piece, the statement sleeve mini dress is translating the idea of above-the-keyboard dressing, which accompanies increased screen-time but with the effortlessness of a one-piece. It evokes ideas on going-out again and captures a feeling of hope. The increased home working also boosts the jogger category, that score +130% for Pre-Fall 21, and updates with a luxurious, more premium feel.
For Pre-Fall consumers continue to look at separates as a way to consistently update their looks. Mini short knit sets and new pyjama separates are answering this need while also providing the versatile qualities of high-low dressing. The midi skirt is the predominant trending length for this product group and translates well onto various silhouettes. It is great for transitional periods and has a flattering and comfortable character. Looking at outerwear familiar pieces, which come alongside interest in authentic thrifted garments and retro styles, are oversized leather jackets and bombers. Make sure to keep the cozy and comforting feel of their longevity and heritage to tap into these returning outerwear favorites.
In terms of accessories, the idea of non-stop screen-presence is undeniable. The big-collar story has been elevated to a more intensified level, turning the collarette into its own piece. These new collars are sure to make an impression! Similarly impactful and practical for trans-seasonal dressing is the foulard, which has been the must-have accessories of the Pre-Fall shows. Worn as a headscarf, tied or simply knotted around the neck, this piece should not be missing in your assortment.