Because we don’t want you to miss a bit about all the trends for the next year here it is the 7 trends feature in Spring 2019. You even we like a trend we need to renovate every season and that’s is the world of fashion. Creating radical new direction each time runways roll around would alienate consumers, who don’t reinvent their characters every six months.
1. Home Grown
Natural fabrics and finishes are gaining traction. For Spring 2019, expect to see increased use of straw, bamboo, and wood for bags. Pair that with natural-looking, minimalist shoes that are a full one-eighty on the ornate luxury sneaker. In apparel, look out for more linens, with rougher textures, natural dye palettes and natural trims like wood, horn or shell buttons.
This is the season of statement-sleeved dresses, here is a refreshing new trend that retailers should get behind: square necklines. It’s part-Puritan, part-D&G vamp, the exact kind of tension that does so well in fashion. Altuzarra’s twisted cream pencil dress will be a knock-out hit for wedding season.
3. Getting wilder
You’ve quite possibly seen a leopard print silk midi skirt recently. This is going to be strong through fall, but brands should know that once consumers have adopted polarizing animal print, they’ll be committed for a few seasons. Washed out zebras, leopard and snake prints take preference for spring over more color-true variations.
4. Keep those colors saturated
Saturated palettes are working right now, as we discussed earlier in the summer. So don’t move away from seriously powerful shades for spring. In 2019 by increasing neons, reds and hot pinks. Throw in unusual color pairings such as grass green and caramel, or purple and tan, and you’ve got something really striking that’ll ping on consumers’ screens.
5. Cargo pants
Cargo pants are up by 266% in the last two months and they’re only going to climb further. So far, it’s mostly the luxury market getting involved. Missguided has given the trend a go, but the mass market is still wide open for the taking. Smart designers will be showing consumers how to style. Stella McCartney is leading this trend, so look out for a cargo update on the brand’s runway in Paris.
6. Get weird, denim!
For the next Spring, you should be looking for the freshest denim directions, letting things get a little bit weird when they need to. What does that look like in reality? The Pre-Spring shows gave us utility pockets on denim cargo pants and jackets, contrast top-stitching and patches and some seriously pretty raw edges at Osman.
7. Knotted details
For Spring 2019, twists and knots will become more complicated, appearing multiple times in one garment, with baffling construction. Expect more play with sheers and woven fabrics. This trend works because it showcases quality – to really perfect a beautiful twist and maintain fit takes some skill. In an age when fast fashion retailers can leap onto a trend at speed, luxury brands love a complicated trend like this one.