The Art of Style
Spring Summer 19 trends worth splurging in
If you are a fashion buyer or a fashion insider, you are already talking about the Fall Winter 19 trends that have just been presented during the month long fashion shows in NYC - London - Milan and Paris.
Whereas, we are just starting to get excited about our summer season shopping and have just started browsing through stores and online shopping sites to pick our favourite looks.
The season is packed with new trends and exciting key looks, however not all trends are worth investing in as some of them would not make it to the next season and you definitely don’t want to end up spending a whole lot of money on a piece that would look outdated in 12 months time.
This is why I have listed 4 of the SS19 Summer trends that are worth splurging in given that they definetly won’t go out of style next season due to their timeless style
This is trend that never goes out of style. It may be more popular one season than another but in general it is a classic cornerstone in our wardrobes. Although leopard print dominates this trend, we also saw on the catwalks all sort of animal prints: snakeskin, zebra, tiger, etc.
This trend has been on the rise for some time now and it is definitely enhanced with the Bourgeois trend that we have seen recently in the FW19 collections presentations in Paris. This is translated with an increase of luxury detailing such as silk scarves, bow blouses, longer hemlines, Ruched dresses, etc..
Beige, toffee, taupe, caramels, these buttery colour nuances have dominated the colour palette in the SS19 fashion shows. As a neutral tone, they constitute a good base for any timeless wardrobe. The recommended way to wear them this summer is as a total look from head to toe.
There was so much of this trend on the catwalks. This is a great style to invest in as it is to wear, and would always be handy on your “I don’t know what to wear” days. We also saw an interesting twist to the traditional suiting with biker shorts replacing the trousers.
Credits: All photos courtesy of The TagWalk