Trends We Love From NYFW SS19

NYFW is here once again, with fresh new trends to inspire us and make their way into our wardrobe.  We put together our fav 5 for you, let’s have a look!

Over the PVC Rainbow

Not so much into trench coats? No problem! Sheer colorful PVC jackets hit the runways at Monse, ADEAM, and Sies Marjan. Candy-colored or neutral, the high shine look makes for an outerwear piece that does anything but blend in. They all look yummy, I have to admit.

Biker Style

The revival of the cycling short is happening. Worn with structured blazers (and for the daring Miaou girl, tiny crop tops), the throwback look once perfected by Princess Diana is seemingly here to stay for Spring. Paired with a blazer I must admit this look really works!

Suit Up

Suits are still coming up and strong on the runways and into our wardrobes. Although the wardrobe classic was offered up in a variety of styles, colors, and prints, there was a new crop of suits marked by their deconstructed and reimagined silhouettes. Dion Lee opted for some daring early 2000s-inspired hip cut-outs, while Tibi gave a more subtle update to the look in the form of a wrap jacket. Sies Marjan, meanwhile, went for a bold hybrid of the skirtsuit and pantsuit. Who else is into suits?

Timeless Waist

Attention please, there’s a huge comeback! The humble belt is now better than ever. Belts were layered over straight midi-length skirts at Mara Hoffman and Marc Jacobs (along with countless other runways, too). But at Maryam Nassir Zadeh, the look really went to the next level when worn without a shirt. My advice? It’s all about fashion, so go crazy. No functionality involved here.

The Return of The Cargo Pant

Following the return of chunky sneakers, we’ve got more good news for your dad: cargo pants are back. Once hated and reserved for dads only, the new fresh take on cargo pants is pretty cool. From Ralph Lauren’s ultra-sporty rendition to Prabal Gurung’s pink party and Jonathan Simkhai’s unexpected take, we will definitely sport these!


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