Fashion is fluid and trends change easily. Some fade away as fast as they come while others hang around for some time.
For several decades, every season has had a distinct fashion item that a chunk of society flowed with.
From boot-cut to skinny jeans, mini skirts, jumpsuits to peplum tops and bodysuit, the world constantly bounces from one fashion piece to another.
In 2019, the following fashion items are a must-have for women.
Towards the end of 2018, and particularly at fashion shows, padded, boxy, big-shoulder dresses started to hold sway, signalling a return of the trend in 2019.
Sequins, satin & silk
Sequins, shiny metallic outfits, silk and satin fabrics are making a strong comeback, and in 2019, many red carpet events and award shows will be resplendent with such dresses.
Bold and head-turning fabrics will be a big hit.
The dynamic, never-dying vintage fashion is approaching yet another revival.
From animal prints and vintage chintz to flapperesque feathers and tassels, boyfriend jeans and oversized top, vintage clothing will be cool again in 2019.
The resilient polka dot will make a colourful and creative return in 2019 as more and more designers are experimenting with the trend. In 2019, the fashion scene will be flooded with various polka-dotted dresses.
Ever seen yourself wearing your scarf? If never, it’s time to envision and live it.
Going by the collections on the runway in 2018, the scarf print trend — as dress, shirt, and even jumpsuit — promises to be a huge hit in 2019.
Bike shorts are the latest fashion trend, and they were sported by the biggest celebrities in 2018, most notably reality television star, Kim Kardashian.
The trend’s appeal is predominantly owed to the comfortability factor, and the fact that they can also be worn in different ways; for casual or serious outfits.
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