Whether you're into Fahion industry or Not here's what you'll be wearing in 2019. Sneak a peek at upcoming sartorial highlights
As the year comes to an end its time to wrap up your old clothes with what you all were getting comfortable all 2018 Now its the time for a new 2019 wardrobe
As the year comes to an end its time to wrap up your old clothes with what you all were getting comfortable all 2018. Now it's the time for a new 2019 wardrobe.
And despite a growing number of designers experimenting with the calender by producing see-now-buy-now collections( to keep up with the impatient demand to own things IMMEDIATELY)- thankfully the majority of the fashion industry still shows its pieces a season in advance, giving the imaptient amongst us a sneak peek at upcoming sartorial highlights.
AND NEXT YEAR LOOKS SET TO BE A SCORCHER
We may have another few months to wait before we can truly indulge, but before these pieces land and the trends inevitable take hold of the high street(hey, did we or did we not predict the animal print renaissance back in feb..?) we can have a lot of fun conjuring up visions of our next season aesthetic
so let us scroll down to discover what we'll all be wearing in 2019.
1. OVERSIZED HATS
If you so much as glanced at your Instagram feed this summer, you no doubt spotted a Jacquemus La Bomba hat. Now entierly synonymous with SS18, it seems brands are vying for similar cult status next season by production their own delicious incarnations that we already cant get enough of.
2.SENSIBLE SHORTS WHY NOT
This year cycling shorts have stole the show, but - and thank the Lord - nect season things are looking a little looser Tilored, micro, knee-length. skirts may be given a few months off as we all look to more boyish alternative for our new summer go to
3. LETS WELCOME THE TIGHT PLEATS ONCE AGAIN
Having had a successful run this year,pleats are back for SS19 but this time they're a whole lot more intricate. Tighter than before, the micro pleat provides maximum impact as it generates not only more movement but also a more fluctuating silhouette as it expands and contracts science -y,eh?
The most amazing and beautiful print of 60's is once again back and we were all surprised at the recurrence of this print. But alas it seems tie-dye truly is back in fash. Admittedly, 2019 take on the trend is a hell of a lot chicer. Make like stella with a no holds barred approach and opt for a bold matching two piece, or if you're anything like us-you'll likely favour a more subtle beach maxi.
5. FANCY FLATS
While models over at Halpern, Ashish and David Koma were teetering precariously atop stiletto heels, things at Valentino and Simone Rocha were a whole lot more down to earth. About six inches closer to said earth, to be precise and the boy are we looking forward to spending next season in comfy, fancy flats for the sake of # fashun.
6. SUMMER WATERPROOFS
If this summer's unpredictable weather taught us anything, its that you can never be too prepared. so providing you can also carry a bikini, sunglasses and knee high wellington boots with you at all times,these fair - weather waterproofs should serve you well.
With this Autumn's obsession with the cowboy boot, it was also inevitable that there would be another Western- inspired trend infiltrating our wardrobes next season. Adorning everything from jackets to skirts. via handbags and everything in-between, who knows.. maybe we'll be cutting our hair to fit too.
Not one for the faint-hearted, vibrant zesty hues are back with a bang next year after endless seasons of the fashion pack drooling over all things pastel. if you're feeling extra brave opt for a double dose a la jasper conran.
Have the sequins ever not been on trend? perhaps not, but they were so prevalant at this month's shows that we cant ignore them. offered up in endless incarnations, opt for a more gently beaded style- like Ashish mint green jumpsuit - for a friend's birthday dinner, before swapping into blindingly glitzy Halpern - like number for your own.
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