The Spring/Summer 2019 trends have already been decided at the SS19 shows which happened towards the end of last year. Here I narrowed it down to the top 7 spring trends you should know, from the colors you’ll need in your wardrobe to next year’s ‘it’ print. So scroll down to find out what we’ll be wearing in Spring/Summer 2019.
Vibrant zesty hues are back with a bang this year after endless seasons of the fashion pack drooling over all things pastel. If you are one of those bold women, try a double dose of two vibrant hues. As seen at Jasper Conran, Roksanda, House of Holland and Ashish.
One of the biggest trends of spring/summer 2019 is the tie-dye. Inspiration from the ‘60s, era of kaleidoscopic visuals with free-spirited disposition, is coming back for Spring ’19 season. The playful tie-dye prints on blouses, dresses, skirts, evening gowns and in case of Calvin Klein on neoprene wetsuits are ‘to die’ for. Designers like Proenza Schouler, Prabal Gurung and Etro brought up the rear with some polished takes on tied-and-dyed.
Animal prints and patterns are really eternal fashion trend and if you bought a leopard print item last season, you’ll still be able to wear it come this time around as animal prints continued to rock the catwalks at fashion week. From R13 to tailoring at Nicole Miller and evening wear at Tom Ford.
This style goes really well with a square neckline on feminine dresses and blouses, framing the face, and the neck region perfectly. As seen at the Rodarte, Saint Laurent, Mara Hoffman, Preen by Thornton Bregazzi, to name a few.
The micro bag trend has gone mainstream. The designers have focused on bare necessities. If you’re looking for a tiny bag that cannot hold more than a few coins and, if you’re lucky, a chopstick, then give these a try. As seen at Jacquemus, Brandon Maxwell, Jil Sander, Valentino.
Take your tailoring in joyful bright colors to this spring. At the recently revived Escada, suits came in saturated shades of mimosa, while citrus shades proliferated at Balenciaga, Roksanda, Peter Pilotto and Boss. Optic white shoes are the footwear match of choice, and as for underneath? Ideally, nada.
Beige is taking over the runways in 2019. Riccardo Tisci redrew Burberry in 50 shades of classic-trench-coat color, and the neutral snuck into collections as diverse as Max Mara and Balmain. Head-to-toe is how the internationally sleek will be wearing it this spring.