Ever see the latest trends hit the runway but you just don’t know where to start when it comes incorporating it in your wardrobe? We’ve got you covered. Here are our top 4 favourite trends of the season along with our expert tips & tricks on how to style them.
A little goes a long way with this fiery hue as it can be powerful but don’t let that stop you, this season – red means go. You can start by adding pops of it in your outfit like red accessories such as shoes, purses and hints of it in your jewellery. This is a great way to add a touch of color to neutral and monochromatic outfits.
If you’re looking for a bolder statement, be sure to pick the right shade. First thing you need to do is identify which tones work best for you, warm reds usually go well with people who look better in fall colors like yellows, browns and oranges. While cool reds go well with people who look best in brighter jewel tones like bright purple and royal blues.
2. Black & White
This is a classic combo for all ages and can be styled countless ways. Our personal favourite is keeping this looks clean and polished, for example a white blouse paired with a black leather jacket is chic and never out of style. This color combo also works for many occasions, you can play with patterns like stripes or mix it up with some texture like black or white lace, this immediately elevates and adds dimension to this two tone minimalistic pair.
3. Shades of Blue
This season is filled with shades of blue, don’t be afraid to push some fashion boundaries with this beautiful color. Whether you’re into those nautical stripes, patterns, suits, or denim – there’s something for everyone.
If you’re leaning towards an all blue ensemble, make sure to break the outfit with some neutrals like grey, browns, and whites. Try to keep crazy patterns to a minimum with this trend, this is a color that usually works best in solids. If you’re looking to add texture, try playing with washes of denim, this is a great way to wear blue on blue.
4. Graphic Prints
Throw some graphic prints into the mix this season, this trend works with dresses, pants and tops. Another trick is to keep your prints proportioned to your body type – curvier frames look best in bigger prints while a smaller frame works better with smaller prints