Do’s and Don’ts in Fashion for Summer 2020

Summer 2020 is set to be a summer like no other. With the world easing out of lockdown, it is time to ditch the comfortable clothes and dress in something more stylish.



High Street shops are reopening after pulling the shutters in March. Spring fashions were just hitting the racks with most space consumed with winter. Try not to be tempted into buying something because it is heavily discounted. First of all, it is the wrong season. There hasn’t yet been the time for brick and mortar shops to get their supply chains up and running again. Second, even if you buy it now and put it away for when the weather changes, we’re entering a changed world, and in the fast-paced world of fashion, it will be out-of-date.


Furloughed Pay

Another prominent feature of summer 2020 is furloughed pay and bill holidays. The world has opened up, but the bank account hasn’t caught up yet. A change of the wardrobe can make a significant change in your head when facing uncertainty. Hush Style has the latest designer fashions at discount prices. It is time to retire the worn-out spring sweatshirts and step out into the post lockdown world with confidence.



Bill holidays weren’t the only thing scheduled when the world shut down. The holiday abroad may be cancelled, but that doesn’t mean you won’t need sunglasses. The bills need to be paid again, and last summer’s sunglasses are long gone. Don’t skip the sunglasses. Eyes need UV protection, even around the park or in the back garden.



Optimists may live in the hope of a summer holiday or even book something a bit more local, with a travel bag. Pessimists can cheer themselves up with a designer shopping bag for that trip to the supermarket. People are slowly being allowed back to work.



Don’t leave the house in slippers. Life may not be back to normal this year, but people can get out more. Summertime is sandal time. Sandals are a great way to ease back into wearing shoes again. They keep feet cool, even if it is just for a stroll around the park.


Lockdown Weight Gain

Let’s face it, last summer’s clothes aren’t only out of style, but they no longer fit. Don’t hang onto previous summer’s dresses in the hope they can be squeezed into. Tight clothes aren’t just comfortable, they’re unsightly. Even if you plan on losing the weight as soon as the gym reopens, wear clothes that fit. Hiding the lockdown bulge can increase confidence too, something needed during this uncertain summer.


If your lockdown sweatshirt is covered in stains, have a new one ready for when the gym reopens.


Summer 2020 is going to be a strange one. This is uncharted territory for everyone. The first step to a positive outlook and away from uncertainty is a decent wardrobe that doesn’t break the bank. Don’t let the comfort and weight gain of lockdown stop you from brimming with summertime confidence this year.



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