According To Fashion Week, You Will Be Wearing These 8 Trends

Oversized hats, sensible shorts and tight pleats may have had the best of recent runways and, therefore, what we will be wearing this season will be a lot more extra.From OTT prints – think clashing checks, unapologetic florals and argyle knits – to blinding sparkle, fancy puffers and seemingly endless ruffles, you may well need the next six months to gear yourself – and your wardrobe – up for what looks set to be a seriously sassy season.

So amidst the fashion week madness, which trends look set to *actually* prevail next season?

Take a look at some of the trends you will be wearing soon as the year goes by.


Florals have never been an trend, this season the trend will be more extra  than ever.

Spotted at: Erdem, Richard Quinn and Marc Jacobs


Waist belts are one which have fallen off the radar somewhat in high fashion circles due to the ever-growing fondness for a loose, undefined silhouette. this season, however, it’s all change, and we’ll be reaching for our belts to wrap around everything, from knits to coats and everything in-between.


The influx of tonal camel hues in fashion week this season really made the street style outfits set. This year, these leather coats will be everywhere.

Spotted at: Simone Rocha, Jonathan Cohen and Rejina Pyo


Ruffles seem to be going nowhere, one low-key ruffle is simply not enough next season as we all look to the 1920s lampshade for our evening wear inspo. Make sure to keep your hair pulled back for maximum gown-impact.


Corduroy has been making a fast come back over the last few months, but we are predicting it will have reached the masses doubling the time. They are opt for loose fitting incarnations for a casual look.


Last season saw a lot of prints clash- polka dots with stripes were popular, but this season the bold trend will be pared down to something more manageable. This season, we will be investing in checks, mixing the colours around a bit.


2019 party season will welcome and host more sparkle. club, dinners, Christmas party dressings look set to be a whole more interesting.

Spotted at: Halpern, Molly Goddard and 16Arlington


according to this season’s most popular runways, it’s officially back in favour. Strictly saved for jumpers and cardigans, pair them with chic skirts for cosy days in the office. 

Spotted at: Molly Goddard, Victoria Beckham and Preen by Thornton Bregazzi



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