Every year several trends strut on the runway only to fade to the background once the season has passed. It’s best to stay up-to-date with the latest trends and rock them when they are in rather than delay and lose the chance to do so entirely. That being said, to align your style profile with what’s hot and what’s not we’ve complied a list of this year’s biggest spring apparel trends. Read on to make sure you always look the snazziest.
1 – Bike shorts
Looking at Hailey Baldwin and Kim Kardashian’s outfits must have made one thing clear; bike shorts are in trend. You can rock a pair with either a jacket, a long coat or even a blazer. The look will work perfectly for all your hangout plans and shopping rendezvous even if it isn’t fit for work. Pair this trend with another one – that of puffer jackets and nail the athleisure trend perfectly.
2 – Tie-Dye
Another trend which you must invest in this spring; tie-dye. You can go for tie-dye shirts, trousers or dresses – all are in vogue. From the catwalks of Prabal Gurung and R13 to the racks of Shopbop, Urban Outfitters, and more, this trend is all the rage these days. The splash of colors may not last longer than the season, which is why it would be a great idea to jump on the bandwagon now.
3 – Puffy sleeves
A retro style has also resurfaced – re-welcome puffy sleeves. Designers seem to have sat on a round table and approved this one, considering so many brands have showed the different styles of puffy sleeves on their ramps. Fashion houses like Kate Spade, Valentino, and Erdem have also shown their versions of this trend.
4 – Boiler suits
If you’ve been stalking all your favorite celebrities lately, you must have noticed several of them rocking boiler suits. A case in point here is model Sofia Richie. The one-piece suits are best for when you are out running errands or even when headed to office. They come in a variety of styles. However, almost all having one thing in common – belts running across the waist. Brands like Celine and Giambattista Valli have also showcased the trend on their SS19 runways.
5 – Zebra print
Animal prints like the cheetah and zebra prints are in trend once again. London Fashion Week showed many designers agreeing on them including Coach and Proenza Schouler. From sweaters to leggings and more, zebra prints have completely taken over. Not only in black and white, but also in varying shades such as yellow, orange, and pink.
6 – Patchwork
Not just on your afghans but on your clothes now as well, patchworks are making a beautiful entry. The snazzy colorful print can be seen on a variety of garments – from shorts and blazers to jumpsuits. Patchwork has not only been seen on the streets during New York Fashion Week but also in Paris. Looks like it’s a winner not ready to leave anytime soon.
7 – Pockets
Pockets here, pockets there, pockets everywhere is the new trend. Designer houses like Adeam, and Palm Angels have shown models waltzing down the runway clad in clothes that boast a whole lot of pockets. The pocket mania trend seems to also be one of those that is expected to live a long life in the fashion world considering the fact that women have been wanting more packets on their clothing for quite a long time now.
8 – Long shirt dresses
There was a time when mini short dresses were huge. Nowadays, those very same dresses have gotten a bit longer, and a lot chicer. Tory Burch, Tibi, and Escada are some of the big names which have shown how this trend can be worn with models wearing plain and striped shirt dresses that reach just above their ankles.
9 – Plunging necklines
Bella Hadid, Miley Cyrus, and Kendall Jenner have already shown you how plunging necklines can be rocked, and designers are also now bringing this trend to the fore. Some of them who have pushed this trend to the center of the stage include Rebecca Taylor, and Kate Spade. When in the mood to rock a plunging neckline, choose classy colors like white and black.
10 – Yellow tones
The color yellow is one of the most popular clothing trends this spring. Brandon Maxwell and Oscar De La Renta have favored the color on their ramps. This color was considered on-trend last year as well when at Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s big day, Amal Clooney rocked a yellow ensemble. Her look caught plenty eyeballs and perhaps, led designers to reconsider yellow this year as well.