As we enter 2019, we’re turning over a new sartorial leaf. Gone are the days of Barbie pink (though we loved it while it was here!), denim bike shorts, and the like, as we usher in some of our newest favorite trends for the coming year. The name of the game is exaggerated tailoring: We're embracing puffy sleeves, asymmetrical silhouettes, and more statement-making trends that are best worn with tailored separates or suiting-inspired styling pieces. We’ve taken our streamlined closets into a more experimental realm, no longer happy with just the wardrobe basics. As you complete that end-of-year closet clean-out and make room for the new pieces of 2019, here are the trends everyone will be wearing this year — and how we’re shopping them.
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To wear the ’90s fashion trend today you need to rework styles so that they are relevant in today’s culture. Instead of copying looks exactly as they were in the ’90s, recreate them in a modern and updated way. The trick is to capture that “too cool to care” attitude of the ’90s while looking fresh and on-trend. To do so, blend classic ’90s pieces like crop tops or chokers into your everyday wardrobe with skinny jeans and heeled boots. Alternatively, pair your favorite new dress with a ’90s half-up hairstyle or add layers by wearing a t-shirt underneath. Either way, have fun with your style and embrace the carefree, youthful feel of the ’90s.
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If you lived through the ’90s, the chances are that you wore overalls. These sleeveless denim jumpsuits were an essential fashion item for the decade and worn by both ladies and gents everywhere. No longer just for farmers, the ’90s made overalls a casual and comfortable wardrobe staple. To rock this look in pure ’90s style, try partnering a pair of classic blue overalls with a crop top and sneakers.
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Gender play at Vaquera consisted of male models in suede skirts, and comfy, oversized, and even ridiculously oversized garments, including a series of items made to look like a child playing in their dad’s blazers or button-up shirts. A collection of alt and gender non-conforming models at Gypsy Sport hammered home a message of inclusivity and body positivity, while also showcasing some of the sexiest lingerie of the season.
The new year is just around the corner, and I’m betting my bottom dollar on my 2020 fashion trend forecast that I am about to bestow upon you. Here, let me prove my credibility: I spend a heck ton of time thinking about clothes. As a fashion editor, it’s my literal job to stay on top of fashion trends, and I do that by both studying the runways and shopping. A lot. Like a lot, a lot (sorry, bank account). Not only that, but I also keep my eyes peeled for any style moments that may pop up on my newsfeed and shape an entire generation (e.g., Crocs are back, and it’s all thanks to the rise of VSCO girls). But, ahem, just in case you still don’t quite trust me, I’ve roped in a fashion stylist to share her thoughts on what trends will hit big next year. So now together, we are unstoppable and super credible.
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You could call it the Tarantino effect as numerous designers harked back to the late '60s/early '70s with a free spirited take on their collections. From Alberta Ferretti's retro suede to Fendi's psychedelic touches and Rixo's full-blown recreation of Woodstock, the style icon for SS20 might just be found at the Once Upon A Time In Hollywood ranch.
Platform sneakers were definitely for those who loved the comfort of sneakers but still wanted to look six inches taller — Baby Spice was a huge fan. Gucci helped bring the '90s trend back with its multicolor striped platform sneakers (pictured here), along with brands like Superga, Converse, and Vans, which also offer platform versions of their popular shoes.
You know how much you can do with one well- fitted leather jacket? I know it is expensive, but with proper care, it can last you a few decades. Perhaps till the fashion fades and comes back for second innings? No, really! It also goes with almost anything and everything. That’s why this style has been there forever now and is also coming back in case you thought it is a passe.
After looking at all the fall 2019 collections my coats started to feel so...short. Tory Burch, Max Mara and others presented longline coats that will provide extra warmth this winter. These longline coats aren't your typical lightweight dusters either. Instead, find them super structured and made of heavy wool. Basloe agrees, noting that fall is all about the statement coat. "A coat with some kind of drama is a must-have for fall," she said, suggesting a bright yellow puffer that skims your ankles.