The Versace pre-fall 2020 collection brings a good dose of femininity and sex appeal into the spotlight as always. Donatella Versace brought once again stunning options worth drawing inspiration from. With Versace being the most searched brand on Google this year, it is clear that the brand knows what today’s fashionistas lust for and how to meet these needs. For the pre-fall season, the designer still brought a rock ‘n roll vibe to the new options yet not as much as in the past.
One of the reasons why the Versace pre-fall 2020 collection doesn’t feel as edgy as the Versace fall 2020 line, for example, is the color palette used which revolves on a variety of gorgeous pastel tones which bring a delicate vibe to the new ensembles. The label created a variety of simple curve-hugging fluid dresses paired with chic fur coats and sexy accessories with an edgy allure. Studded biker jackets were also a great pick for adding a modern flair to the new looks.
Pattern-wise, the preferences were fairly straight forward with abstract elements dominating and a few hints of animal prints included. There also seems to be a bit of nostalgia for the ’80s and ’90s logo mania displayed as several of the new pieces include the famous Medusa motif. Aside from the femme fatale allure, the are also a few masculine inspired looks, created with the same modern vibe in mind. Edgy leather pants paired with a simple white shirt and pointy toe pumps, vibrantly toned oversized coats or street style elements were just some of the options that made the new Versace pre-fall 2020 collection memorable.
Accessories were used to add sexiness and edginess to the new looks. Sexy high heel over the knee boots or gorgeous pumps, eye-catching belts, colorful handbags complete the new outfits and ensure the combo will make a powerful impression right from the start. Women who love simple yet bold striking fashion pieces will probably label the new Versace pre-fall 2020 collection as memorable!
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