Fashion designers are now creating the outfits we need for video calls as we go into stricter tier two guidance.
Detailed necklines paired with relaxed trousers hit the catwalk at both Milan and London Fashion weeks as designers finally catch up with the ‘waist-up’ trend.
For example, Prada have moved their logo near the collars of their tops, and large coats were worn essentially as a blanket.
Clothing stores have been the worst hit during the pandemic and the volume of sales in July remained 25.7% lower than February, figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show. But, unsurprisngly, food and online shopping has continued to rise.
Thankfully, it seems designers are now catching up to the change in the way we’re using fashion. At Milan Fashion Week, designers continued the clear influence of WFH fashion with flatter shoes, elasticated trousers and silk sets – all the comfy vibes.
Our loungewear is calling us. How has your fashion changed since lockdown?