What better way to spark joy during Father’s Day than to dress similarly with the little person who’s the reason you’re a dad? Here, we’ve compiled our favourite spring/summer 2020 trends from the likes of Dolce & Gabbana, Dior and Celine to inspire your #twinning looks this weekend as you celebrate Father’s Day.
From Dolce & Gabbana to Casablanca and Valentino, tropics-inspired camp-collared shirts were the style du jour on the spring/summer 2020 runways. And since we live on a tropical island, what better way to dress up with your mini-me than in shirts featuring colourful prints and revere collars? If you find printed pants to be an overkill, white pants will do nicely. Accessorise as you deem fit, but we are loving this neck scarf moment paired with sunglasses.
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Double Up On Denim
Time and time again, the Canadian tuxedo makes it way back into our wardrobes—and we’re not mad at that. Celine by Hedi Slimane makes a case for doing it with varying washes in his signature silhouettes. You could also do like Valentino and wear pieces in matching hues, cut from the same material. Either way, you can’t go wrong. Throw on a pair of your Converse Chuck Taylors and you’re good to go.
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In Shades Of Pink
Dior Homme made a strong case for pink as the colour of summer 2020 on its runway earlier this year. And honestly, we’re here for it. The key to choosing the right shade of pink depends heavily on the your skin’s undertone. You’re going to want to match it to your undertone: cool-toned pinks if your undertone is cool, warm hues if your skin is warm, and so on. A supple pink cashmere sweater teamed with khaki pants and white shoes are a classic combination to consider.
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Do It With Stripes
Spotted on the spring/summer 2020 ready-to-wear runways of Celine by Hedi Slimane, Casablanca and Chalayan, stripes are back in trend. From breton to tartan and Prince of Wales check, there are many types of stripes you can incorporate into your wardrobe to channel this trend.