Top 4 Fashion Trends


One of the most difficult aspects of being in the fashion industry is setting trends. And, as we all know, being ahead of the curve is not always all that it’s cracked up to be. So if you’re tired of constantly dressing according to what’s in style and want to pick your next style up from scratch, these are some cool things are on the rise this year that you can look forward to!

1. Patchwork Everything

The art of patchwork is back in the spotlight thanks to a number of fashion designers who have been refining the technique. This time around, they’re incorporating their own exotic fabrics into the patchwork style to give it more range. The best thing about this fashion trend is that you can wear it as a whole look or mix and match individual pieces with your current wardrobe. If you’re not sure where to start, look for simple additions like a scarf or bag that can add some color to an otherwise bland outfit.

2. Color

Color trends are always fun because they make you think about the colors of your life. Maybe it’s the colors of your favorite baseball team or the colors in a painting that makes you feel at peace. And this year, we’re seeing a lot of color! With the advent of neutrals like white and black, it’s a lot easier to elevate your style with vibrant colors such as orange, pink, yellow, red and green.

3. Draped Silhouettes

Draping is one of the most fundamental techniques used to create intricate and beautiful garments. The downside to this technique, however, is that it makes clothes much harder to fit. But when done right, you can create a fluid and dynamic look that will make you feel like you’re walking in the wind. And while this can be achieved with a simple drape here and there, there are some designers who are taking it to the extreme with fully draped silhouettes that cover the entire body.

4. Generation

There’s no denying that designers are always trying to appeal to younger generations. And in order to avoid the look of their older counterparts, they are going out of their way to create garments that are more comfortable, versatile and edgy. We’re seeing this trend spread among the fashionable classes and it’s a beautiful thing. If you think you’re already hip and on trend, don’t worry because there’s always room for you too!