Wide Legged Jeans
Sorry skinny leg pants, but it’s time for wide-leg jeans to rule supreme. This season it’s all about taking inspiration from the early 2000s, and what better way to celebrate this era in fashion than with one of its most prominent trends?
Sitting high on the waist and flaring out past the knees, these bottoms elongate your legs and give off a relaxed 70s vibe. You can style them with a cropped sweater or a singlet, or even an oversized shirt or cardigan. Play with colors and have some fun with different patterns and styles – we guarantee they will become your go-to choose for a day out with friends or to brunch.
Neutral Co-Ord Sets
This trend has been on our radar for a while, and it’s easy to see why it’s sticking around. Neutrals are a total classic in the industry right now, so why not pair all soft tones together?
There are plenty of ways you can rock this idea – from a grey knot dress and matching sweater to a crop top paired with slouchy sweatpants and a cardigan. If you enjoy a pop of color, wear coordinating shoes and a bag in a rich hue such as brown, navy, or gold. It’s a timeless style that will always look chic and sophisticated.
90’s Street Wear
The trends of the ’90s were way different from the trends of the ’00s and ’10s (obviously). Whereas we focus on earth tones, minimalism, and beauty in fit and fabric, the ’90s valued colors and aesthetics in design and color.
With all this love for color and designs (mainly logos and such), any ’90s outfit should integrate a healthy amount of color. The goal is to be colorful and laid back, not uncomfortably out of place.
This season is all about looking effortlessly chic and cute, which is the perfect reason to standout.
Three colors that will distract us from the cold climate of the upcoming season: yellow, orange, and pink will be the three It shades of Fall/Winter 2021. Scarlet orange, lemon yellow, and pink dominated the catwalks of Versace, Prada, and Gucci last season. Now, autumn doesn’t seem so gray anymore.
The upgraded edition of the soft and buttery colors looks fantastic when combined in a single outfit, and you can find a way to wear it every season. Try a pair of lemon trousers and a lavender shirt, or add a bright pop of checked pants and chunky sneakers for the early 2000s feel. You can mix and match with different hues to add a further dimension to a monochromatic outfit or even play with patterns for a quirky twist.