The Top AW19 Trends You Can Start Wearing Now
It may only just be starting to feel like summer, but we’re struggling to not love these autumn/winter ‘19 trends. Here are the ones we'll be wearing ahead of time...
Summer may be in full swing, but that’s not stopping the AW19 trends coming in with haste, and they are already spreading like wildfire across our social feeds.Neon is already on the decline after last year’s avalanche of Kim K-inspired outfits, whilst tie dye is continuing to live out its micro-trend status, but these aren’t the current styles that are catching our attention right now. Despite oversized coats and statement printed tights taking a back seat this summer until autumn arrives (as to to be expected), there are some next-season trends that we’re already seeing crop up this summer, and they’re cleaning out our bank accounts as we speak.
Whilst floral dresses are no strangers to the summer season, you’ll be pleased to know that those vintage flowery midis are going to take you straight into the colder months too. Currently trending greens and blush pinks aren’t the only colours on our radar, as lemon yellows and lilac purples are due to be the next pastel crushes of the season. Big, puffy dresses and grunge-chic pieces are also big hitters next season, so we’re pulling back out the Doc Martens, leather jackets and puff sleeve maxis!
If you’re already getting itchy feet from this season’s trends, then there’s an array of up-and-coming styles you can wear straight away, but will still feel fresh for autumn. Whether you’re a dedicated minimalist or prefer a more maximalist approach to your signature style, then look no further from these top trending pieces that you’ll struggle to resist snapping up.
Green is so last spring, as we head towards buttery shades of soft yellow and brighter beige to see out the rest of the season.
We may have seen a lot of pink this year after Molly Goddard’s Killing Eve dress, but now it’s time for the purple shades to shine.
Spring, summer, autummn or winter - it's all about florals, and when it comes in these vintage styles, how can you resist?
Taking that 90’s festival style and turning it into high fashion. Punk is officially back, and it’s chicer than ever.
Molly Goddard is officially the queen of puffy dresses, after her pink tulle midi was seen on Killing Eve. And now it’s become a huge trend, and we all want a slice of the pie.