Fashion trends you shouldn’t miss during the upcoming fashion weeks


The modernism of the fashion design is on a higher notch with every fashion designer trying to harmonize ideas, thoughts, and desires and see them on human beings gracing their fashion week occasions. You cannot be left behind with the modern trends for the women fashion which are most appealing that every designer and every lover of fashion must know. Among the contemporary fashion trends are the color wheel tailoring, the hippy modernism, square toes, and feathery accessories, sweet valley high and wonky couture.

Color Wheel Tailoring

Fashion designers have chosen the wardrobe design of suits which in most cases come with the bold color shades, an inspiration from the seasonal appearance of Le Smoking at Saint Laurent.  Mostly skirts, trousers, shorts, and jackets that form the suits are in bold shades all through. However, some fashion designers have chosen to have then dressed down with denim or softer hues as they featured at the Giuliana Heritage Collection and Victoria Beckham. The trend has taken the better part of the formal wear that most fashion lovers are falling in love. For contemporary week fashion, one should not miss this unique creativity on the conventional style for the daily work activities.

The Hippy Modernism

Neo-Boho’s trend is taking the better part of the designers who have of lately ventured in crafting the hippy modernism in line with the trending summer fashion.  The pattern has the desert and sunset hues or sometimes the clashing tiles and carpets as featured by the famous designers.  The general outlook is that of large busty hips that slightly feature out in their full enclosures but with exposed somewhat parts. In most cases, the hippy modernism goes with the amulet jeweler as first featured on the ashram in India. It is generally good design epically with summer right here; everyone will love the hippy modernism. The designer’s feature the hippy modern is min styles of geometric prints, neutrals, crochet shoulder sacks, sun-kissed hues, fringing, artisan knits, and scarf dresses.

Square Toes

The revival of the 90’s style has become the trend of the modern dressing design.  The square-toed satin pumps and flats as first featured at Erdem and the high-heeled boots which had a renaissance at Cavalli have all rock the modernism of the shoe fashion industry. They were the favorites in the ’90s, and now they are back on the trend, and they are more and more fashionable than ever. Every Fashion designer and lovers of patterns should check this resurgence of Square toes and make them part of the trendy fashion weeks.

Feathery Accessories

Once in a lifetime, the fluffy style used to rock until when it was overcome with love for newer trends. But again just as the squared toes, the feathery style is back on the pattern in a substantial fashionable way. Another style that fashion designers have taken from the ’90s and wished to make it better, and more fashionable to rock in the 21st century again. It started as the peacock, then ostrich and now it is fluffy fur. I’m sure everyone is in love with the new fur in town, and it is rocking fashion weeks again and again.

Sweet valley high

The boxy blazer acid and light-wash denim have hit the fashion weeks like it is the postmodern style which has never featured in the human lifetime. Yet this this is another upgrading of the 90’s fashion that featured in style of swirling terrestrial TV graphics in bold. Although it has received improvements with the inclusion of pastels, clash with paint-stroke prints, top-heavy silhouette, over sized jackets and shirts, and bright shades. Thinking of this style, it gives the Nostalgia of famous Ashley with her boxy blazer at Louis Vuitton. You have to try this throwback in your fashion again.

High and Wonky Couture

The hoodies and at leisure-wear is what receives the boost from the SS19’s fashion. The Couture dressmaking and craft skills are more prevalent in the style of ruffles, sunray pleats, and personality-packed volume dresses – for spring, Fine tulle, bubble skirts, balloon sleeves, swirls of taffeta and duchess satin. It is another retrogression of the 50s and 60s era that is coming up as the newest fashion in towns. However, the fashion designers have given it better shapes to make it more appealing to fashion lovers.

The predominant styles at fashion weeks are also proof that designers continue to be inspired by clothing and couture of decades past. Apart from the 90s, there are looks and shoes inspired by trends prevalent in the 50s and 60s.

Finally, denim is a classic. Regardless of the decade and design aesthetic, it will always have a place in the runways of Paris, London, or New York.