SS18 trends you need to know about
After what seems to be the longest winter ever, spring is on the horizon and our high street stores are starting to showcase what’s going to be hot this spring/summer. From tiny 90’s sunglasses and bumbags/belt bags to statement earrings and bright bold clothing. There’s a lot to get stuck into when it comes to updating your wardrobe for the new season.
We’ve complied a list of the main trends we have been spotting everywhere so you don’t have to!
Spring/summer wouldn’t be the same without a sea of pretty floral prints and floaty dresses making a comeback into the stores. However, this season floral’s are bigger and bolder than ever – offered in a variety of colours and retro-inspired prints, these will certainly be a breath of fresh air into your wardrobe.
Not to worry if these aren’t your style, dainty florals are still seen to be around in the high street stores.
It’s all about being bold, bright and colourful this SS18. From tomato reds to vibrant yellow, if you don’t look like a crayola this season, you’re not doing it right. Don’t be afraid to clash some colours – the sweetest colour combination being seen on the catwalk was pink and orange.
If head to toe brights isn’t your cup of tea, pastels are also on trend. Millennial pink has had its moment and it’s time to embrace lilac.
It’s time to get your cowboy boots on as the western trend is here to stay. We’re talking fringe, embroidery, frills and tassels all combined together to give us those old school Taylor Swift vibes. This trend can easily be incorporated into your everyday wardrobe and rocked during the festival season for that effortless boho look.
Stripes have been a neutral staple in our wardrobes for many years, whether they be vertical, horizontal, or a mix-match of both, any stripe goes this season. Hit two trends in one by going for colourful stripes.
Checks aren’t just strictly winter-only, they’re back making a convincing case for being spring’s. Often sported in the office, this print screams ‘Clueless’ and the catwalks are all about it, especially with the 90’s revival being another big trend this season.