Shoppers and retailers have one thing in common: they always want to stay on top of the latest trends. And that is why everyone should be on the lookout for the hottest shopping trends out there.
The thing about fashion and shopping trends is that every season, a lot of things fall out of favor and many other trends rise. And yet there are classics that continue to reign, so you should know about those eternal trends.
Whether it’s for spring or summer, it can be quite difficult to keep up with these ever-changing trends. So today, we will take a look at the colors and trends that are dominating this year, so that you don’t get left out. Suffice to say, spring and summer 2019 are going to be exciting.
For 2019, the hottest colors are going to be red, clear blue, yellow, orange, and metallic. You can go bold with your color options this year because these hues are going to be everywhere.
Wine red, mandarin orange, butter yellow, teal, and mauve are the colors of the season. However, metallic pieces should not be ignored, because these items have been conquering the runway for a while. Even various metallic shades are being used to shake things up: pink, gold, and green that lean towards silver, for example, are worth exploring.
For even more options, there are other sleeper picks to look out for. Living coral, which is a salmon-pink color, is a surprisingly popular pick. Dove blue, lemon verbena, dusty rose, and even beige are slowly making a case for themselves.
The color theme of spring and summer 2019 is “empowering colors”. These various shades could make anyone feel empowered.
Fashion designers are still flaunting their skills by using these two, ever-reliable materials. Denim and leather are all over the runways, and you can expect them to be everywhere this season too.
However, crochet and vinyl are hot on their tracks and are eagerly waiting for their moment in the spotlight, because these fashion choices are definitely gaining popularity.
Instagram really is taking over the social media industry by storm, and that is part of the reason why millennial's are so trend-conscious these days. Accessories that are slowly captivating this generation are micro-sunglasses, fishing hats, scarves, and necklaces. It’s interesting that millennial's are stacking as many necklaces as possible—this is a surprising new trend that remains relevant in spring and less for summer 2019.
And don’t underestimate the power of statement earrings. Bigger, angular, and embellished statement earrings are really making their mark on the fashion world these days.
As for shoes, you’ll see a strikingly large amount of yellow being worn everywhere: runways, streets, etc. Footwear choices that were popular last season are expected to remain on top of the trends this year. But also try animal prints, transparent bands, and rope/braided slippers if you want to spice things up.
Catwalks were filled with asymmetrical, one-shoulder dresses. But even more interesting is the fact that the polo dress is seemingly making a comeback. The oversized shirt, the so-called boyfriend shirt, and the oversized blazer are also in this season.
If you want to keep things interesting, the Wild West remains an important theme that anybody can try. Cotton is combed with heavier suedes and leather. The western focus easily shifts from practical outerwear to more romantic clothing.
Keep up with the latest fashion trends this season and visit The Shops @Rockvale at 35 S. Willowdale Drive, Lancaster, PA 17602.
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