The month of shows in the leading capitals of the world has come to an end, which means it’s time to take stock. In our selection – the most wearable trends of the coming season. However, no one bothers to try them on now.
If you are still thinking whether to buy a pantsuit or not, then feel free to take it. This is one of the most profitable fashion investments in your wardrobe. Plain, checkered or striped, suiting or velvet, baggy or fitted – it’s up to you. By the way, it is not necessary to wear it with a blouse or shirt (too formal), turtlenecks, hoodies, T-shirts are the right company. As a fashion reference – shows 3.1 Phillip Lim, Victoria Beckham, Ralph Lauren, Gabriela Hearst, Dion Lee.
In the wardrobe of every girl there is a blouse for going out, and in the cold season there are problems with this. This season, designers decided to get as close to the people as possible – evening sweaters were seen in the collections of Oscar de la Renta and Zimmermann. Designers offer to wear them with midi skirts. Just what you need for cold evenings.
Jackets, jackets, skirts and trousers with stitching were not a revelation for us, they have already been seen in the collections of fashion brands. But this season it’s really a key trend, which means that everyone will be wearing it. A turtleneck sweater and a quilted pencil skirt, a lightly printed skirt and an elongated quilted jacket make it easy to make a fashionable pair. And if you are lost, then review the shows of Chanel, Tory Burch, Derek Lam, Moschino, MSGM, Prabal Gurung.
Designers periodically try to offer us new options for familiar accessories, such as scarves. Either we were offered to wear very long woolen scarves wrapped around the neck several times, then fur ones, using them either for beauty or warmth. This time we are offered something new – a scarf-down jacket. Versace and Emilio Pucci had these, of course, with signature prints for brands. We have to admit that for our latitudes the idea is very practical and in the company of a down jacket or a cashmere coat, such a scarf will look really cool.
Fashionable greetings from the 2000s are things with brand logos or written brand names in a prominent place. In a word, it is fashionable again to boast of the loudness of the brand. The idea found a response in the collections of Fendi, Gucci, Christian Dior, and Furla.
The easiest way to update your wardrobe is to add bright accessories. For example, colored or fishnet tights that will transform even the simplest outfit. At the Alexander Wang show, a cocktail black mini dress looked very seductive in combination with matching fishnet tights, and at the Saks Potts show, they relied on fuchsia tights, dressed to match the shoes and flowers on the dress (by the way, this fashionable trick has already been noted).
Fashion accessory for autumn-winter 2018 – belt
The 80s trendy trick is back in business. It is worth recognizing that stylists often used it when working on the set, but in ordinary life it was forgotten and in vain. Thin or wide, plain or printed, with a classic or decorative buckle – choose a belt according to your mood, wear a jacket, dress, sweater or cardigan, coat with it. For inspiration, look at the shows of Alberta Ferretti, Emilio Pucci, Fendi, Marni, Christian Dior.
Fashionable color of autumn-winter 2018 – fuchsia
Pastel shades are replaced by rich colors. So dusty pink in the new season will give way to fuchsia. The color itself is self-sufficient, so it is good to make a monochromatic total look with it. Direct proof of this is the shows of Alexander Wang, Tory Burch, Oscar De La Renta.
Fashionable print for autumn-winter 2018 – check
How nice it is to realize that this classic print is back in trend, which means that you can get the outfits of past seasons from the bins or buy something new and practical (after all, the cage is a classic, no matter how it is read) . This season, the plaid “settled” on the most unexpected things: at the Fendi and JW Anderson shows there were plaid down jackets, at Christian Dior and House of Holland suits.