The top 10 emerging street trends of 2019
The top 10 emerging street trends of 2019
The top 10 emerging street trends of 2019. The street style this season has immersed everyone in fashion inspiration and giving us some serious trends to try out.
From shoulder pads to pastel shades to split toe boots, this year offers the perfect blend of classic and futuristic styles.
Here are 10 of the emerging trends that you add to your wardrobe this year.
Cinch your waist and keep all your things secure with a multi-belt bag. The humble bum bag has stepped up this season, with multiple bags dripping off the belt.
Pair it with a blazer or a dress, jeans or a coat. If you want to keep your hands free and look stylish at the same time, this trend is the perfect option for you.
This 80s staple is back in full swing. The jacket’s broad shoulders create the illusion of a small waist and is effortless to style. Wear it out to brunch, the office or just to run some errands and watch heads turn.
You can style this trend with some cigarette trousers, some boyfriend jeans or a slinky shirt but the opportunities are endless.
Cool, fresh and sophisticated, mint green is a colour that is making waves this season. The shade is multi-faceted so you can style it anyway you want and look fashionable.
Whether you wear it as a coat, a headband or a monochrome look, don’t be afraid to mix things up.
Black Spot Print Mesh Roll Neck Top from Debenhams Ireland
This trend is making the rounds again. Stepping out of the box, a harness is a great way to tie your entire outfit together and look stylish.
A statement in itself, you can way a body harness over a fitted shirt, in bold colour or neutral tones. Shake up your wardrobe and wear a leather, fabric or chain harness.
All things retro is coming back this season and pastel and pink shades are all the rage. Cute, feminine and edgy, pastel lens sunglasses are the ideal, flirty finishing touch to any look.
Devoid of gender stereotypes, androgynous style is on every corner this season. It’s all about blurring gender norms and pushing binary boundaries. To wear this trend, don’t be afraid of wearing loose-fitting shirts, oversized blazers or slacks.
This is one trend that is making its way into the collections of the most established labels and is not going away anytime soon.
The perfect way to link your outfit together and make a statement is with a chunky chain necklace. This timeless piece of jewelry will go perfectly with any look. Wear one with a button-down shirt and a blazer or pair it with a roll neck, joggers and sneakers for the full 90s athleisure aesthetic.
Stop traffic and catch the light for all the right reasons by adding a splash of silver to your outfit. Though it may be second place in the Olympics, silver is a winning trend this season.
It’s reflective, racy and radiant. You can rock this gleaming colour with a pair of silver boots, bag or blazer. You can even go all out and wear a full silver suit as the whole world watches you sparkle down the street.
Neon is definitely the name of the game this season. Paired with a dark or camel-coloured outfit, this shade will turn heads for all the right reasons. Make it yellow, green or even pink, this trend takes a classy piece of clothing and gives it a zesty, modern twist. A fluorescent turtleneck is a great way to brighten up any wardrobe and it flatters any skin tone.
The Tabi trend that will be taking over 2019 is the split toe boot. The Tabi has a bit of an Avant Garde edge to it, while disguising as a regular boot. Shaped like a goat’s hoof, this boot is not for the faint of heart. This boot can be worn with anything and will capture everyone’s attention as you strut by.
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