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Fashion trends for Fall/Winter 2018-2019

Fashion trends for Fall/Winter 2018-2019

Want to know how to stay ahead of the fashion curve next winter? Look no further. The general trend has been towards easy to throw on clothes with a touch of seduction. Fun, color and glamour were also embodied in the attires this season. For the next winter, there is a celebration of style and individuality with various trends that are just ready to be worn. Pick wisely as this is most important ever to some people who are well known.

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Leopard prints

A common trend for nighttime glamour, the feline print is a signature look by Diana Vreeland. The trend has continually dominated notable collections such as Dolce & Gabbana, Gareth Pugh, and Victoria Beckham.

Flowing Gowns

The fashion week in Paris started with a Moroccan-souk inspired collection by Jacquemus. The collection featured a mix of sensuality and a more casual feel. The trend was after that replicated by both Chloe and Valentino.

Check

A boost of confidence stems from getting the right look. In all styles and variation, checks appeared significantly on not only color-blocked looks but also on all-over looks. From Versace to Michael Kors, checks made it to the runway for different collections as far as it is concerned.

Pajama dressing

Nightwear does necessarily have to be restricted to evenings in. With jackets that resembled smoking jackets and dresses that had a startling resemblance to nightgowns, the collections from Bottega Veneta, Y/Project and Givenchy encompassed a boudoir elegance and sensual masculinity and of course femininity.

Fashion trends for Fall/Winter 2018-2019

Hippie

A mix of textures and patterns; a luxe-nomad look from sewn or juxtaposed together in a patchwork. Collections from Dior, Loewe, and Missoni included pieces that could be best described as inconsistent’.

Hologram

What would Maison Margiela, Balmain, and Sies Marjan have in common? Futuristic looks are the go-to trend, and they encompass materials that are high-shine and ultra-reflective. You could never go wrong with a Barbarella look in the first place.

Scarf prints

Playing on traditional styles and conventions, scarf prints are as bold as they are glamorous and fun. The prints came in the form of florals, bandana patterns, and arty twists and were worn all over the body. This is a sure fashion craze that is going to take off.

Sheepskin

Louis Vuitton brought out the cowgirl, Dior went with the Sixties look while Tod’s took the patchwork route. The sporty and urban looks made by the collections for a winter wardrobe featured a lot of sheepskin. They were characterized by soft outlines, fluffy materials, and sand and camel hues.

Night Fever

A trend that was firmly reality-rooted was uplifted by vintage clubbing elements. A Victorian-era gown, a Bianca Jagger pajama co-ord and 1980s jumpsuits ruled the runway in favor of mini-dresses as this is most important to some people who are well known.

Fluoro kids

What do you get when you mix youth, techno, the 1990s, and women rights in a colorful festival of neon? There was inspiration from Day-Glo this season, and it featured materials that were technical and architectural designs that could be described as quirky. Fashion and pop mixed with look-at-me pieces.

 

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