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These Are The Seven Ruling Fashion Trends In 2019

Fashion Trends In 2019

The year 2019 is quite a promising one for fashion industry and for all those free-spirited women, it offers much more than what’s needed.  The year is all about fresh looks, bold patterns and also going the extra mile in experimentation.  Here are some of the ruling fashion trends for this year which makes it all the more enjoyable and colorful:

  1. Bohemian Bliss:
    The hippie look of the 70s is back again in this year. This free-spirited look with leisure palazzos, appealing prints, and fun-filled patterns is sure going to set the stage on fire. Go bold with multiple bohemian prints to unleash the liberal side of you.
  2. Bold and Beautiful:
    The shiny colors of 70s-80s era find their way back again in trend this year. Instead of sober earthly colors, 2019 is all about stunning colors which gives an instant party look. Whether it is a formal occasion or an upbeat party, bold is the new fashion statement.
  3. Frantically Feathery:
    Accessorizing a dress is as important as the outfit itself – this is a basic fashion rule everyone knows. Usage of a feathery scarf or a headband is definitely a yes for this year. Feathery look always gives a funky dimension to an outfit.
  4. Squared Heels:
    While pointy heels are all feminine and a stylish stiletto brings an evergreen look to an outfit, the square-shaped heels are ruling the roost this year. This retro-inspired look goes well with almost every outfit and a must have in your footwear closet.
  5. Big Hats:
    A large hat not just covers you from blazing sun but also brings an essential fashion statement. Instead of petite hats which bring much more feminine look to the overall outfit, a big hat unleashes the funky side of you.
  6. New Neon:
    The futuristic shades of neon ranging from shiny yellow to blazing orange is the need of the hour this year. On contrast with retro-inspired look, neon brings out a contemporary look for the appearance. Right from a skinny pair of track to a cocktail dress, Neon goes almost well with every outfit.
  7. Simply Sequin:
    The disco-inspired look of the 80s gets its due once again. The sequin prints are ideal for a late night leisure party or a formal occasion where lot of social interactions happen. It breathes style and sensibility to the outfit and the person who wears it.

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