The new year is well on its way and summers around the corner. These are some of summer fashion trends that will be everywhere this summer. It’s time to dust off your old combat trousers and tie-dye tops or go shopping. Take a look at the trends we have for you.
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Tie-dye, the style that before recently was as dead as a doornail, has returned. Making her debut in the summer of 2018, when Beyoncé wore her on holiday and Dree Hemingway chose the print for a red-carpet event. And after her appearance in NYFW on the catwalk of Prada, Prabal Gurung, Stella McCartney, Proenza Schouler, and R13. This retro-classic print is back, and she’s here to stay.
Who doesn’t remember the pink poofy ruffled dresses we got dressed up in as kids. Well, the child associated style has returned and shown themselves in a different light. For those of you bored with the same old sleek and body-con shapes, like Mark Jacobs, the cascades frills, florals and ruffles are the perfect addition to your summertime wardrobe.
The next trend we have is, shorts, we’ve seen cycling shorts overflowing from on the feed of our favorite celebs to red carpet events. As the new year is well on its way with New York fashion week behind us, the cycling shorts have proved they’re not going anywhere. Seen walking the runway from Roberto Cavalli and Fendi in Milan to Karl Lagerfeld on the Miami catwalk. This trend is sure to, continue in 2019.
You might have heard of this utility trend, and if you haven’t, don’t worry you’ll be hearing a lot about it this year. For those who love functional fashion, this trend is for you. Expect to see an abundance of khaki, patch pockets, and cargo pants. Accepted, adopted and represented on the catwalks of Fendi, Dries Van Noten, Balmain, Givenchy, and Hermès.
The last style we love is Fringe, oh, how we’re adorning everything from jackets to skirts via handbags and everything in-between, who knows… maybe we’ll be cutting our hair to fit too.
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