The catwalk season has been helping to give us all a glimpse of what the designers hope we will be wearing in Spring and Summer next year, so to help you be bang on trend after the New Year, here is our quick round up of the trends and fashions for 2019.
While 2018 was all about millennial pink and lemon yellow, 2019 is going to be a darker year, focusing on the contrast between dark and light colours and moving away from bright primary colours which have taken centre stage in 2018.
Colours for next year will include olive green and dark cobalt blue, teamed with very light blue or light cream – here is our prediction of the colour palette you can expect to find in the shops for next Spring:
The catwalk was filled with shades of soft yellow for 2019 – think buttermilk rather than buttercups – a soft creamy yellow which contracts with the dark greens where were also permeating the shows for next season.
A soft sage green can be expected next year, particularly in pleated shirts which will be making an appearance for 2019.
A light feminine blue replaces the sky blue which has been in the shops for most of this year. This blue is deeper but fresher and will feature on dresses and blazers.
A dark, deep olive green is one of the favourite colours for 2019 season – traditionally more linked to autumn time, this one will be breaking the mould and stealing the shelves in spring.
Moving away from orangey terracotta tones, this colour is more brown-toned, like old brickwork, and links with the darker colour approach for this next year.
Elsewhere, predictions for outfit combinations took on an interesting turn, including one look which takes inspiration from the housewives of the 1950s. Collections including plaids and check patterns teamed with unusual accessories and strong silhouettes.
For this look think geometric and plaid patterns featured in pencil skirts, jeans, polo shirts and matched sets were also playing a key part. Accessories include bows, sling backs and wide belts for a real retro appeal.
Another take was to look to the desert for inspiration, with maxi skirts, embroidery and patterns taking centre stage for this approach. Materials included silk and chiffon for that floaty night time desert appeal.
Fringes with embroidery helped create the unique look, while long skirts and dresses with puffed sleeves helped enhance the feminine nature of this new trend. Accessories included wrist cuffs, ankle wrapped sandals and casual bags.
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