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SS19 Trend Report
Out with the old and in with the new. This season, florals, prints and bright pops of colours pervade throughout the new season collections in clothing, accessories and shoes.
Head-to-toe print is this season’s must-wear trend. Don’t be afraid to allow your prints to clash merrily and madly – not only florals, but paisley, checks, dots, lines and hearts are amongst the patterns you’ll find everywhere this spring. From statement animal print bags to relaxed floral dresses, you’ll find prints in bright colours ranging from sunshine yellow to deep purple.
Key brands channelling this trend are Essentiel Antwerp, Armani Exchange, Hugo, Marella, Max & Co, MICHEAL Michael Kors, Caractere, and Tara Jarmon.
Add an instant injection of energy to your wardrobe when you wear this colourful and joyful trend! Coordinate in matching suits or separates, or mix and match your colours for a nostalgic, 90s-inspired clash. For a slightly toned-down style, add a bright accessory to a neutral outfit, for an eye-catching pop of colour. Mimosa, cherry red, citrus, and dazzling blue are key shades.
Take your style cues from Marella, Tara Jarmon, FeeG, Caroline Kilkenny, Max&Co., Essentiel Antwerp, , Set, Caractere
Outfit planning is easy when matching separates are on-trend! Head-to-toe co-ordination is the latest and best way to wear both prints and block colours. Take it to the next level by matching your bag and shoes to your look – or wear neutral accessories for a more toned-down style.
You’ll find this trend amongst the new season collections from Marella, Michael by Michael Kors, Samsoe & Samsoe, InWear, Set, Essentiel Antwerp and Tara Jarmon.
The sense of ease and comfortable nonchalance of romance underscore this effortless trend. Slim silhouettes prevail across dresses, suits and separates, while accessories also take on a feminine touch this season. Muted tones like pink and white are the most popular shades, while the rest of the pastel palette also makes an appearance.
Caroline Kilkenny, Gerry Weber, MICHAEL Michael Kors, Niamh O’Neill, Caroline Kilkenny and Selected Femme, Levi's and Essentiel Antwerp all incorporate this feminine trend in their new SS19 lines.