Trend Report for 2018
Fashion-conscious crowd is always looking a season ahead to find the next hottest trend and «must have» wardrobe items. Fashion-lovers are always paying close attention to what’s trending on the streets and runways during current fashion month to get a hint about what to expect in future.
# 1 Check Print
There's one print that's dominating fashion world right now, and that's checks. You'll find the design most frequently on blazers and trousers, but the detail has graduated from suit sets to asymmetrical tops and breezy skirts.
# 2 Fringe
From Alexander Wang to Dior, the reemergence of fringe was fresh and fun. We spotted full-on fringe looks from dresses to coats and even accessories embellished with this finish. Before you say you're not a fan, just check out these runway outfits.
#3 Buckle Shoes
Self-Portrait paired buckle shoes with every look for Spring '18, which means this retro style is sure to make a big comeback. The detail is strong enough to make a statement but also versatile enough so that you can incorporate it into your wardrobe. If you're looking for a unique pair to add to your Fall wardrobe right now, we found some options ahead.
Soft shades of lavender and lilac popped up in Spring '18 shows such as Proenza Schouler and Victoria Beckham, and we couldn't be more pleased. The color is a nice change from millennial pink and looks great on every item. Don't believe us? Just check out the lavender selections being offered already.
#5 '60s Floral Prints
Unlike the overused phrase "Florals for Spring? Groundbreaking," the print actually feels fresh again for 2018. That's thanks to designers drawing from the '60s designs, which are characterized by dramatic colors and large buds. Look out for this print and try mixing it with checks for something completely unexpected.
#6 Utility Jumpsuits
For the ladies who live in their jumpsuits or rompers, we have good news for you. This one-and-done staple is coming back in full force next year with a utilitarian twist. The new silhouette draws inspiration from the classic flight suit and comes in boxy and boyish styles that have the perfect slouchy quality.
Chanel did it best with its PVC-themed Spring '18 runway show. Everything from boots to coats received the clear treatment and looked wearable to us. If you're hesitant to try the trend, go easy first with a heel or bag.
#10 Fisherman Bags
We're looking for the next It bag, and we found it with fisherman totes. Fashion houses have transformed the mundane netting material into stylish carry-alls for your essentials. These bags will definitely be the catch of the day come 2018.
Source: popsugar.com, stylecaster.com, elle.ua, frenchystyle.com.