The Summer has just started, what trends are you up for taking on?
A firm favourite with minimalists and casual wardrobe enthusiasts all year round, beige is the block colour of the season. Use it as a base to add colour, or simply wear it head to toe. The SS19 catwalks saw the trend take off, with the likes of Burberry’s co-ords and and Balmain’s suits taking centre stage. PSA- Beige is the new black.
One for the throwbacks, tie dye has returned and is a hit with festival goers alike. From the understated floral prints to the bold multicoloured pieces we’ve seen at Pride, the trend doesn’t seem to be dying any time soon. For a cheap fix, or to decide if it’s for you, Primark has a new rage of “Special Occasion Wear” with a heap of 70s nostalgia for the taking.
With the likes of Marc Jacobs and Chanel at the forefront of yet another decade returning for the Summer, it’s hard not to jump on the padded shouldered, big bowed trend. One shouldered, tired dresses? Dalmatian and leopard print ensembles? Madonna would be very proud.
Seen at least once across all cat walks for (almost) all SS19 collections, neon is the one trend you simply cannot miss. Now, it may not be for all. Those on the beige bandwagon may not fancy a bright fuchsia skirt or lime heels per say, but neon allows the wearer to be loud and statementy, whilst being on trend. A win win indeed.
The sporty trend
The cycling short trend may be slowly dying out, but that hasn’t stopped consumers wanting more sporty-but-make-it-fashion pieces this summer. The Teva Original Universal Sandal for example offers the wearer ultimate comfort from a trainer-go-sandal with 10/10 trend points. More known as the “dad” favourite holiday footwear, maybe they were right all along?
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