The Fall/Winter 2019 runways have been covered with green dresses, blouses, pants, and accessories of all hues. Greens such as Pistachio green had already been appearing in Spring/Summer outfits but not like the explosion of pale greens seen in the cold weather shows. This soft, cool color matches perfectly with other pastel shades such as pink, lavender, and beige, as well as dark turquoise, navy, and white.
Here’s a look at some of the outfits that made an appearance.
Fashion styles for 2019 are predicted to break trends in a big way. Global styles will influence American clothing and the balance between comfort and style will gain importance among buyers. Clothing choices will be swayed by the continuing decline of body negativity, ageism, and styles considered after-effects of white privilege. Fashion’s impact on the earth’s climate will begin to become a factor for many consumers. Here are IAP’s fashion predictions for 2019. Continue reading IAP’s 2019 fashion trend predictions – fashion trends to watch for 2019
We barely wrapped up Spring 2018 and already, fashion trends for next year are hitting the runways droves. For women, Spring 2019 will bring about plenty of fashion changes. Here’s an early look at what’s showing up across major women’s brands. Continue reading Women’s Spring 2019 fashion trends
Straight from the fashion runway, we’ve taken the latest fashion and design trends from the top fashion experts and compiled them in a quick list of Spring/Summer 2018 trends. These trends hail from fashion designs promoted by writers, photographers, and fashion-forward celebrities as well as the purchasing actions of retail buyers. Check the list of fashion trend predictions below, then head to our shop for the latest in modern wear. Continue reading Spring/Summer 2018 fashion forecast