September 25, 2017

All the trends that you will wear in 2018

It’s time to get on board and ride the train of trends – this is our final guide to the trends of SS18 on the podium

The dust of the month of fashion has come, we finally emptied our suitcases from the Fashion Week in Paris (still unable to find the missing earring) and the street guards returned to Kira Kira’s breakfast to show off. We conducted a study of fashion trends in the spring / summer of 2018, and now we will say that it’s time to develop a wardrobe next season. Let’s be honest, it’s never too early to start this wish list – especially if you want more than just hoping to get this gucci handbag in your hands. What did we learn from NY / London / Milan / Paris Fashion Week?

We have two words – Fashion Prozac. That’s right, after an epic and depressing year for politics (and almost everything else), designers reacted as best they could. With an exciting, colorful and happy clothes that kidnapped us in another universe. Iridescent colored kaleidoscopes, delightful new sweet almond pastels, Versace Insta-rupture manikin reunion, some pretty powerful 80-suits and OTT-texture and bangs in abundance. Message: the view can be a little dark at the moment, but at least we can dress happily …

Scroll down all the trends of the spring / summer of 2018
2018 Summer Fashion Trends: Crayola Colors

Summer Fashion Trends 2018 Crayola ColorsThe designers stole the Pantone color chart from the bright primary colors – Tomato Red showed a strong presence that could be seen all over from Preen to Victoria Beckham. There is cobalt, emerald green and bright yellow. See Balenciagas from head to foot – a yellow-brown dress of the same color on the top with long sleeves and equipped with the appropriate platform Balenciaga Crocs – and win the coolest / wildest award for the cooperation of the season,

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Summer Fashion Trends 2018: Pastel Colors

Delicate shades of sweet almonds shook the connotations of Hyacinth carpets and became fashionable. Prina’s star show, inspired by the sari and movements for women’s rights, was a master class on how to make beautiful and strong – with one-shoulder dresses and figures covered in delicate shades of pale pink and green. Big news: Purple that most of Mama’s queen have the colors, ready for a big comeback. Buy a lilac bag. Or take a dose of Neapolitans, such as Celine Cream and Pink Combo.

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