After a year of staying indoors, it’s time to celebrate style and the latest trends. Taking suggestion from almost every decade, there are so many new ways to style your favorite colors and pieces. Express your personality, with a graceful bucket hat, or a neutral tracksuit with overcoats. It’s time to revisit the conventional 2000s pastel sunglasses and 50s-inspired headscarves.
1. Pop Colour Checks.
Bright colored checks are some of the latest trends to pop up in the fashion scene. This retro-stimulated style is a lovely way to liven up your normal ensemble, and it’s easy to work it for every season.
2. Neutral Co-Ord Sets.
This trend has been on our radar for a while, and it’s easy to see why it’s sticking around. Neutrals are a complete classic in the industry right now, so why not pair all soft tones together?
3. Large Floral Prints.
We’re bringing again the 90s and 2000s in a large way, so why not start with the large flower pattern we know and love? This iconic mod-inspired print is fabulous and fashionable, which means you can style it with almost anything and look adorable.
4. Pastel Colours All Over.
This season is all about looking effortlessly elegant and adorable, which is the precise motive to try pastel ensembles. The upgraded version of the soft and buttery colors looks wonderful when blended in a single outfit, and you can find a way to wear it every season.
5. Tracksuit with Structured Coats.
From the runways to the Instagram feeds, models and fashion enthusiasts are rocking this trend. When it’s cold outside, and you want to stay warm, cozy, and look stylish, there’s no better option than wearing a tracksuit with a based coat.
6. Fluorescent Pops.
Celebrate your preferred hues of the season by adding them to your wardrobe. This season, we love bright shades and patterns that make you stand out – so why not infuse them together along with your daily outfits?
Seeking inspiration from the likes of Grace Kelly in the 50s to fashion icons in the early 2000s, this trend has come and gone in the fashion world for nearly a century. We can easily apprehend why it keeps coming back – it looks so good. These headscarves are easy to style and look effortlessly chic with any outfit.
8. Androgynous Style.
Androgyny has been a staple trend in the fashion world since the 1930s. This aesthetic is coming back in a big way, from oversized suits to blending and matching shirts and blazers.
9. Wide Leg Jeans.
Sorry skinny leg pants, but it’s time for wide-leg jeans to rule supreme. This season it’s all about taking inspiration from the early 2000s, and what better way to celebrate this era in fashion than with one of its most outstanding trends? Sitting high on the waist and flaring out past the knees, these bottoms elongate your legs and give off a comfortable 70s vibe.
10. Pastel Colour Bucket Hats.
Another trend that has stuck around for some time is the bucket hat, but we’re giving it a retro twist this year. Pastel shades like lavender, lemon, and baby pink are great to play with, and they look so cute when paired with coordinating colors.