Perhaps the most prominent trend of the fall ‘20 season, the untailored look first showed itself in Copenhagen during Ganni’s runway show, where creative director Ditte Reffstrup paired an oversized pinstripe suit with a prairie collar and lug-soled rain boots. Later in London, both Preen and Margaret Howell offered their iterations of the slouchy silhouette, with ‘70s-style three-piece suits at the former and belted and billowing trousers at the latter. In Milan, Alessandro Michele’s behind-the-scenes Gucci catwalk showed a model wearing a pair of plaid puddle pants with a pink satin blouse, bow-embellished mesh gloves, and wire-rimmed glasses, while Tod’s offered a boy-ish alternative, styling a camel-colored oversized blazer with baggy, blue trousers, sneakers, and a backward poplin shirt. And the best part? The bigger the suiting, the better it is for taking Zoom calls on the couch. What? You’re still technically work-appropriate.