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Anonymous asked in Beauty & StyleFashion & Accessories · 1 month ago

Should fashion become more comfort-oriented after 2020 / the pandemic?

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  • Cee
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    Yes, but as long as you don't turn into a slob.

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    No. "Fashion" has become too sloppy and casual as it is (even more the pandemic), so if anything standards need to improve. Most people these days dress like slobs and consider it "dressing up" if they have to put on pants to go out.

  • 1 month ago

    The forecast is in: fashion trends will vary across different geographies this summer as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, and consumers are ready to transition confinement clothing into summer.

    During confinement, European and American consumers opted for sporty comfort, but this summer the trendiest fashion will be romantic and minimalist.

    With many more free hours in the day, many changed their habits to adapt to their new quarantine lifestyles. A number of people turned to home workouts during confinement: Fitness influencers such as Mrs. Sweendog have taken to posting daily workouts on their Instagram stories, and big brands such as Under Armour are hosting Zoom workouts. Instagram users are actively engaged in this healthy movement: according to Heuritech’s Instagram analysis, 1 out of 4 #covid19 posts relates to a healthy lifestyle during confinement. As a result, activewear experienced a boom among American consumers in particular. 

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  • 1 month ago

    There have been plagues and pandemics in the past and if history is any indication then your assertion is wrong. While clothing does become minimal and more comfortable during a crisis fashion rebounds with a stylish vengeance when the crisis is over. 

    After the Spanish flu in the early 20th century fashion went from long cotton dresses to the roaring 20's glittering and fluttering frocks of the jazz age. Men wore colorful sporty looking suits in stripes and  checks so they weren't immune to the excesses of20's fashion. In the early 1800's severe column shapes of Directoire styles in washable soft cotton was replaced with farthingales -hoop skirts -that got wider and wider in shiny fabrics such as taffeta and moire. The black plague of Europe was followed by the blossoming of the Renaissance with elaborate colorful gowns, ruffles and piles of lace for both men and women.

    After the worst of the virus is over I see fashion going a little crazy. Bright colors will return, and people will dress up for simple things such as going out anywhere. Comfort will be seen as a reminder of a bleak time and people won't want reminders of the bleakness. They will want happy new good looking clothes, not old sad pajamas.

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  • 1 month ago

    Your question indicates that you're trying to imply that fashion may be influenced by the pandemic.  If I am correct in this assumption, then, with great respect, I must assume that you may be going slightly round the bend. Whilst fashion has in the past produced some delightful products, it can in no way be linked with the remotest association with intelligence.  One could assume that fashion would be concerned with making garment that improved the appearance of those  wearing the garments. Alas, it is not so. 

    Why would 'fashion' approve of a pair of  slacks, and rip the knees out to look like a waif ?  Sanction a female dress to look precisely like a bin bag, and be just about as attractive?   Or youith  thinking it fashionable the wear slacks with one a.r.s.e hanging out of their !trousers,  Uhgh.

    Wouldn't be so bad if the designer's gave a reason for their moments of insanity, but they don't. 

    One must therefore conclude that any link that fashion may be influence by any event or any form of intelligence, is purely accidental.

  • 1 month ago

    On the off chance that we stay inside more and are looking for comfort, we'll need to add ... a long way from the design circle, could turn into the most pursued piece in the coming ... that the male closet has become progressively comfort-situated. For example, men's number one style things worldwide for the second from last quarter of 2020.

  • Foxy
    Lv 4
    1 month ago

    "Fashion" can do what it wants. If you want to be more comfortable, wear the clothes that are comfortable for you, not the ones that are fashionable.

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    It will be interesting to see what happens. It can stay with relaxed or go in the opposite direction. 

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Being that the trend has been towards relaxed,  comfortable clothes for almost a year now, I do think it will continue.  Women, more so than men, are loving relaxed styles, low heels and sneakers, and minimal makeup.  That said, people are anxious go out again and when they do, they'll probably dress up like they used to.  

  • Pearl
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    that wouldnt be a bad idea

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