Saturday, February 16, 2019

FASHION TRENDS SPRING/SUMMER 2019

By Allena Rissa


5 Summer Fashion Trends to Rock in 2019

Trends Spring/Summer 2019 (Photos by Indigital.tv and Getty Images) Click to enlarge



Summer’s a bit far from now, but before we know it, it will be fast approaching! Are you ready for the scorching heat yet? An even more important question: is your closet ready for the new set of clothes and accessories that are in for the next seasons? Here are summer fashion trends in 2019 that need to fill up your wardrobe stat!


Summer Fashion Trends in 2019

Summer 2019 is coming for us with modernized old-school pieces and styles we haven’t seen in a while. There are trends coming back from decades ago and trends that have evolved from just recent years’ past. Even so, the way we dressed then is different from how we dress now, so we’ll share the 5 summer trends this year that are truly signs of the time now.


1. Tie-Dye

Tie-dye is a DIY project almost all of us attempted in our childhood. The nostalgia of the ‘60s is well and alive almost five decades later. What used to be just bright-colored swirls on t-shirts is, in 2019, more chic and high-fashion.

Like how Stella McCartney showcased it for their S/S 2019 collection, this year’s version of the tie-dye can be minimalistic with just different shades of one color, but can also be bold in matching sets.



Stella McCartney SS 2019 (Photo by Kim Weston Arnold / Indigital.tv / Courtesy of Vogue)

Stella McCartney SS 2019 (Photo by Kim Weston Arnold / Indigital.tv / Courtesy of Vogue)

Calvin Klein SS 2019 (Photo courtesy of Harper's Bazaar)

MSGM SS 2019 (Photo courtesy of Harper's Bazaar)



2. Tailored Look

There’s already been a build-up of the tailored trend from as early as 2017. For some people, trusty clothes like trousers never really went out of style. For the coming summer, tuxedos have been the talk of the town. Bicycle shorts paired with structured blazers are in.

Loose and airy trousers paired with shirts and belts give a seamless look that still pass for casual. From the flowy and fluid styles of midis and maxis, this is how summer looks are gonna be defined this year.



Chanel SS 2019 (Photo by Kim Weston Arnold / Indigital.tv / Courtesy of Vogue)

Chanel SS 2019 (Photo by Kim Weston Arnold / Indigital.tv / Courtesy of Vogue)

Chanel SS 2019 (Photo by Kim Weston Arnold / Indigital.tv / Courtesy of Vogue)

Chanel SS 2019 (Photo by Kim Weston Arnold / Indigital.tv / Courtesy of Vogue)

Chanel SS 2019 (Photo by Kim Weston Arnold / Indigital.tv / Courtesy of Vogue)

Chanel SS 2019 (Photo by Kim Weston Arnold / Indigital.tv / Courtesy of Vogue)

Tom Ford SS 2019 (Photo by Yannis Vlamos / Indigital.tv / Courtesy of Vogue)

Tom Ford SS 2019 (Photo by Yannis Vlamos / Indigital.tv / Courtesy of Vogue)



3. Neon

It seems we’ve finally graduated from pastels, and the transition to bolder and louder trends isn’t so gradual. We’re moving on to neons immediately, and it’s not for the minimalist or subtle dresser. If runway looks are the basis, the standard for this trend are neon dresses, suits, and mixed and matched neons.

Designers have showcased and given us all permission to go all-out with it, but you can also see some Instagram models and influencers rocking this trend in everyday wear with pops of neon in their normal all-black outfits. If you’re a bit unsure about going full neon with an outfit, try following this idea by letting a neon bralette peek through a dark mesh shirt. That’s a more accessible way to wear this trend. Either way, you’re sure to pop out from the crowd in this. 



Gucci Spring/Summer 2019 (Photo by Yannis Vlamos / Indigital.tv / Courtesy of Vogue)

Emilia Wickstead SS 2019 (Photo by PA Archive/PA Images / Courtesy of Evening Standard)

Chanel SS 2019 (Photo by Kim Weston Arnold / Indigital.tv / Courtesy of Vogue)

Chanel SS 2019 (Photo by Kim Weston Arnold / Indigital.tv / Courtesy of Vogue)

Emporio Armani SS 2019 (Photo by Getty Images / Courtesy of Evening Standard)

Versace Spring/Summer 2019 (Photo by AFP/Getty Images / Courtesy of Evening Standard)

Rochas SS 2019 (Photo by Getty Images / Courtesy of Evening Standard)



4. Utility Wear

Following the more androgynous look of the last one, utility is another less feminine trend that is sure to boom this summer, if the runway looks are any indication. One of the pieces that stood out is boiler suits. They’re commonly seen as uniforms for manual labor. We see it replacing rompers and taking the place of the new It one-piece outfit.

Other pieces that fall under this new trend are cargo pants, combat trousers (that are less bulky, of course), waterproof outerwear like oversized anoraks and windbreakers—all of which have still been around the past years, just rarely during the summer. You can treat this trend as an extension of the sporty-casual trend from recent years.



Fendi SS 2019 (Photo courtesy of Harper's Bazaar)

Giambattista Valli SS 2019 (Photo courtesy of Harper's Bazaar)

Hermès SS 2019 (Photo courtesy of Harper's Bazaar)

Sacai SS 2019 (Photo courtesy of Harper's Bazaar)

Lies Marjan SS 2019 (Photo courtesy of Harper's Bazaar)

Provenza Shouler SS 2019 (Photo courtesy of Harper's Bazaar)



5. Bucket Hats

Yes, bucket hats are officially back! Another ‘90s trend have made its way to our current fashion scene and we’re here for it! If you’re a ‘90s kid, you probably have a photo of 3-year-old you wearing this hat stashed somewhere in your albums.

This trend is like what you used to wear but not exactly. Bucket hats for the adult version of you this summer are more sporty, like how baseball caps have been since 2016. It’s not really a clothing piece, but an accessory that can transform a whole outfit, aside from shading your eyes from the sun.



Valentino SS 2019 (Photo by Yannis Vlamos / Indigital.tv / Courtesy of Vogue)

Valentino SS 2019 (Photo by Yannis Vlamos / Indigital.tv / Courtesy of Vogue)

Anna Sui Spring/Summer 2019 (Photo by Yannis Vlamos / Indigital.tv / Courtesy of Vogue)

Anna Sui Spring/Summer 2019 (Photo by Yannis Vlamos / Indigital.tv / Courtesy of Vogue)

Anna Sui Spring/Summer 2019 (Photo by Yannis Vlamos / Indigital.tv / Courtesy of Vogue)

Anna Sui Spring/Summer 2019 (Photo by Yannis Vlamos / Indigital.tv / Courtesy of Vogue)

Anna Sui Spring/Summer 2019 (Photo by Yannis Vlamos / Indigital.tv / Courtesy of Vogue)



Summer has always been an easy season to dress for. The weather is like a breath of fresh air, and these trends are only making it more exciting and fun to anticipate. A lot of these can be easily pulled out from your existing wardrobe because, chances are, you already have some! Mix and match for your best-dressed summer yet.





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