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7 Main Autumn Winter 2018/19 Trends

October 9, 2018

The fashion of the coming season will please each and every one: here is traditional romantic femininity, and, on the contrary, power and brutality expressed with the fabric: retro motives dear to the heart and futuristic style.

 

Layered Clothing              

This is the trend, which springs up in different ways once in a several years. This time everything is pretty easy and understandable: you can wear a sweater over the turtleneck sweater, put a hoodie on top and wrap it all with a warm jacket, and you won't look weird. Finally, in our latitudes winter is severe, and people often dress like this not because of trends, but because of freezing cold weather. So why not make necessity fashionable?  

 

            

Checkered Clothes              

In 2010/11 everything was checkered, and trendsetters quickly became fed up with such abundance. It took eight years for people to start to miss it. During this time, fashion has become more democratic. Do you remember the rules of creating outfits with checkered clothes? Right, those ones: combine them only with one color item, accessories are not large, haircut is neat,  heels are a must... Remember? Forget them! In the new season, the checker can be combined with anything - with a strip, animal print, floral patterns or whatever your heart desires.

 

Animal Prints              

We all remember those times when leopard and tiger prints were considered bad taste. And we all were alert when the cat pictures began to appear on the catwalks. However, in new collections leopard dresses, raincoats and coats are a terrific symbiosis of shocking and elegance.      

In everyday outfits it is better to combine "leopard" with a monochrome range of colors.  A dusty pink or a sea wave color, or pastel shades of turquoise and pink will do to create a brighter outfit. As for accessories, both minimalistic and large ones are good, only they shouldn't be lost on a spotted background.

 

Fur

One more "animal" trend in the autumn winter season is fur. Ideally, it should be artificial. Eco-consciousness, concern for the environment and animals have become an in reveal part of modern fashion philosophy. At the same time, a year or two ago natural fur imitation was considered a mauve ton, like linoleum in the form of a parquet board or wallpaper with a painted brick wall. In the new season, fashion is much more tolerant, and no one will condemn you for a "mink-like" fur coat - you can play it out in an ironic key, completing the outfit with pointed boots in the style of the 2000s, inexpensive jewelry and a glossy scarf. 

 

Boudoir style 

Dresses that look like nightgowns, trouser suits that are almost the same as pajamas, trench coats - all of them look sophisticated and exquisite, but at the same time unusual and even a little provocative. Is not this the perfect outfit for a courageous lady of the 21st century? Designers advise to combine such clothes with elegant ankle boots or cowboy boots.

 

Voluminous Shoulders

The canons of traditional femininity are being ruined, and fashion is the first to react to these changes. For example, clothes with voluminous shoulders, which emphasize women's power and independence, returned to the catwalks.      

Wear such clothes with classic trousers or dresses in the style of the 1920s, and your outfit will be unforgettable.              

 

Hologram Clothing

with a holographic effect appeared at the beginning of the decade, but recently it has turned from a strange whim into a real trend. Jackets and coats in this style remind of retrofuturism aesthetics and are associated with rave culture, which, by the way,  comes back.      

The best combination is with classic shirts, pleated skirts and massive shoes. Contrasting dresses will also do.

 

 

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