Monday, August 24, 2020


By Eva Fydrych

Your Ultimate Trend Guide to Pre-Fall 2020

Photos courtesy of Ninacloak and Unsplash (Click to enlarge)

As it's already the last week of August, let's start thinking about the new, Pre-Fall season. Now may be a good time to change the colour palette of your wardrobe and start wearing darker shades such as grey, black, or dark beige. You can always combine them with white or red accessories to make your look more fresh and youthful. 

Many fashion boutiques, such as one of our favourites, Ninacloak, offer a large selection of tops online so you can shop without leaving your home and spend as much time comparing various items as you want. Some blouses and T-shirts are now on sale (even 75% off), so it's a good opportunity to buy something fashionable without spending a lot of money.

Cotton Round Neck T-Shirt (Photo courtesy of Ninacloak)

The minimalist white and grey look above is one of our top choices for this season. It is effortless yet very stylish and feminine. In case the weather in September gets a little colder, you can always put a comfy blazer on top. Recommended colours: elegant black or eye-catching fuchsia.

Casual Color Block Long Sleeve T-Shirt (Photo courtesy of Ninacloak)

Long sleeve T-shirts are your best friends for the Pre-Fall season as they can be easily combined with both skirts and trousers. Depending on the accessories, you can make them look more elegant or sporty and casual. It's up to you!

One Shoulder Printed Long Sleeve T-Shirt (Photo courtesy of Ninacloak)

Having at least one eye-catching shift dress in your fall wardrobe, which you can wear for special occasions such as family gatherings or dinner nights, is a must.

Bold red will make you look confident and energetic. Combine it with simple accessories in black or beige.

Round Neck Printed Shift Dress (Photo courtesy of Ninacloak)

For casual walks around the city, wear a light jacket in khaki, olive or moss green. You can pair it up with one of your vintage blouses and keep it low-key with black ripped jeans. Add a leopard print crossbody bag and enjoy the Pre-Fall season in style!

Windbreaker Jacket (Photo courtesy of Ninacloak)

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