After working in Marketing and Business Development for a few years, Pratima Ati jumped ship to pursue two things she loved – fashion and writing. She’s now a full-time Fashion & Lifestyle writer and has never looked back ever since. She sleeps early, reads often, and when she can't, she finally gives a closure to all the characters living in her drafts. Sometimes, they pass off as poetry too! That, and her training in Indian classical music and playing (learning) the veena keep her sane, civil, and bearable.
Proving once and for all that the minimal trend is over, this show season saw attendees embrace lashings of fabric. While this meant bold ruffles and oversized silhouettes, it also resulted in statement puff shoulders on both dresses and blouses. Simultaneously striking and stylish, these puff sleeves added a fun ‘80s twist to modern outfits. Try the look yourself if you’re after a powerful and fashionable daytime style. Just be sure to keep the rest of your look subdued, so you don’t appear over-the-top.

Spring 2020 Fashion Trends Over 40


Possibly winning the most extreme (borderline tacky) take on this trend is a purple dress at Moschino that was partially crafted through wrapping, to facilitate its revealing nature. On the right, the openings revealed the model’s side from rib to hip, while on the other side the opening only showed the waist. The dress was styled with big hair and lots of bling, if only to push the boundaries of good taste even further, but we’re sure that with slightly different styling an R&B diva can make it work.

One thing about the TV show ‘Friends’ is that everyone relates to the show after two decades. A futuristic show in every sense. Be it, the style, jokes, characters, lifestyle or their problems. OK, if I get started about friends, there is no stopping me. So, anyway pick up a look by Monica, Phoebe or Rachel, and your 90s style statement is equal part fashionable and appropriate.
At Tom Ford, for example, turtlenecks were worn under blazers to give a chic yet professional vibe. Versace, as always, was giving us outrageous styling, though the pieces themselves were extremely wearable! Donatella sent models on the runways in brightly colored turtlenecks worn over skirts or under blazers, with the outrageous touch being the bras worn over them.
Some fashion trends are so relatable and nostalgic that you can pick it up from where you left. Yes, so the 90s fashion trends are slowly making a comeback. If you have not heard yet, it is the next big thing. But again, they have all got a makeover to match the current fashion scene. Anyway, brace yourself for a fashionable trip down the memory lane. You will love it, and you will learn (hopefully), I promise! 

Latest Summer Fashion Trends 2020


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.

Fall Fashion Trends 2019 Vogue


Penny loafers, a shoe once largely associated with school uniforms, took a turn for the trendy in the 1990s. In addition to the classic brown leather slip-on style, penny loafers were transformed by designers in the 1990s with the addition of buckles and chunky platform heels. They were frequently paired with babydoll dresses, that is, if you were super cool.
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.

Fashion Trends For 2018 Fall


The runways have spoken, and the '90s are back. So are the '80s. And the '70s. There are also a couple fashion trends that can't be traced back to any particular decade, but are covetable nonetheless. Confusing, I know, but designers like Chanel, Gucci, and more declared everything from power shoulders to micro-micro bags a thing, and we're convinced we need it all. We also tapped Nordstrom's creative director Ruth Basloe to help weigh in on her favorite styles, with shopping tips on how to get the look now.
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.
What’s fluoro pink, orange, blue, green, and yellow, and refuses to blend in with the crowd? All the highlighter-inspired neons gracing your favorite catwalks, from Tom Ford to Christopher John Rogers, and Courreges. Subtle may not be her specialty, but these vibrant shades pair wonderfully with black, white, or tan, and know how to make an entrance.
Also noteworthy are the labels that center sustainability in their production process and find ways to limit their carbon footprint at every stage, like Mara Hoffman (who released a gorgeous lookbook instead of presenting at fashion week), Creatures of the Wind, Gabriela Hearst (whose show audience included children from Our Children’s Trust, the organization suing various governments for infringing the youth’s right to a stable climate), and Stella McCartney who is considered one of the leaders in sustainable design.
Of course, Chanel leads the tweed trend for fall, followed by Victoria Beckham, where we saw a bold tweed skirt suit, Brock Collection that unveiled tweed coats, pants, skirts and dresses, Celine, where tweed appeared in every color and style, Tod’s, Gucci, Louis Vuitton and more. So just get your perfect portion of tweed and tweet to let the world know about your trend awareness!
Westwood was criticized for pushing an anti-consumerist message while also encouraging the sales of her next collection. That being said, the designer is known for practicing what she preaches, by using recycled and sustainable materials in her collections and partnering with environmental organizations like Greenpeace. Her messaging may have been off, but the message itself was undoubtedly correct.
Possibly winning the most extreme (borderline tacky) take on this trend is a purple dress at Moschino that was partially crafted through wrapping, to facilitate its revealing nature. On the right, the openings revealed the model’s side from rib to hip, while on the other side the opening only showed the waist. The dress was styled with big hair and lots of bling, if only to push the boundaries of good taste even further, but we’re sure that with slightly different styling an R&B diva can make it work.
Utilitarian designs appeared in all the major fashion cities throughout this fashion month. Of course, one particular style stood out from the pack. Originally designed as a one-piece protective garment for manual labour, boiler suits are now as fashionable as they are functional. To rock the look for yourself, just pick the cut and colour that suits you best. These long-sleeved jumpsuits are available in a variety of fantastic styles. So, you won’t be short on choices.

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.

Fashion Trends In 2010'S


The affinity designers have for displaying the female form continues well into the fall/ winter 2019 fashion trends, with all manner of see-through fabrics used for shirts and dresses. This year the creations were often worn under a coat or a blazer (it’s cold in autumn and winter, after all), but were just as provocative as they had been in previous years.

Fashion Trends Of The 60s Civil Rights Era