Biggest fashion trends that we loved and hated.
One more year has passed by and we’ve witnessed many trends that have stayed and also trends that have said their goodbyes. Wondering what will be staying in trend for the upcoming year? Well, we’ve got you covered. Here are some fashion trends you’ll still be seeing everywhere and some trends you’ll be kissing goodbye.
Trends that’ll stay
1. Animal Print
From leopards to tigers to zebras, we have seen this trend everywhere. Animal prints have been a wardrobe staple for many fashionable women for decades. Animal prints can be incorporated many different ways, from faux fur jackets to dresses to even shoes.
2. Cycling Shorts
Ditch your yoga leggings for this trendy style. This sporty trend is not only for your daily jogs; it can be styled for brunch or even a night out with friends.
3. Male’s Perspective
Who says blazer suits are only for men? This year’s ongoing trend of blazers and suit sets will be rocking the fashion runways. With many different patterns like checker print and plaid, these will make you stand out.
4. Teddy Material
Teddy coats! We will continue to see this trend everywhere as they have now shifted to not only teddy coats but also a trench style teddy texture. Fashion lovers are raving over this trend.
Trends we’ll be saying bye to
1. Chunky Trainers
Now, this dad-shoes trend has been a style we have seen celebrities such as Bella Hadid wear all the time; however, is it practical? Many people don’t see it as practical, which is why it’s a dying trend.
2. Fanny Packs
You had your moment, fanny packs, but its time to say farewell. With styling it across the chest or by your hips, this trend took over the world of fashion by storm, but it has since been slowly dying down.
This playful trend was an ‘it’ trend in 2018, but this fringe detail has been overused and it will not be too long until it’s gone.
Now don’t get us wrong, we love a timeless military jacket, but this trend has gotten out of control with some styles we have seen such as utility jumpsuits. This trend will be marching down the memory lane where it will stay.
The great thing about fashion is that it’s what you like and how you make it out. Trends are not mandatory; if you don’t find it practical then there are many other ways you can incorporate these trends into your wardrobe. You can even create your own unique style, and who knows if you’ll become the next trendsetter.