The 4 trends to try this season.
The runways have spoken: vibrancy and joy are in.
Across a variety of trends spotted from showcases in Melbourne and Sydney to New York to Milan, the overwhelming feeling was one of freshness and optimism.
From our favourites: Punchy blues and a sell-out print dress (keep your eyes peeled) signalled a new bright and quirky order at Aaizel, while Wynn Hamlyn continued to inject fun into our closets with ‘90s revivals. Bold colours dominated at Anna Quan, 'Malie and Auteur (coming soon to After Eight) thanks to a kaleidoscope of white, green pinks and golds.
So what does that mean for your wardrobe? Whether you’re seeking inspiration from what you already own or looking into the items worth investing in, we’ve rounded up the 4 trends to try this season.
1. Y2K Bug.
The noughties nostalgia is going nowhere…yet. If you’re wearing it for the second time, embrace core styles and textures with a modern twist with Wynn Hamlyn.
2. Bold bottoms.
Not for wallflowers; rich, bright and vibrant colours are the go. From cobalt (Aaziel) to raspberry (Michael Lo Sordo), pick your favourite shade and stride on in style. Pair with classic on top or stack colour on colour.
It’s the skirt that (almost) broke the internet: the mini is having a major moment. And while the Miu Miu version has hogged the spotlight, we’ve got even more that deserve your attention. A timeless trend piece to party up your wardrobe, Anna Quan’s minis are ready to style up or down for any occasion.
1. Emelia Skirt
2. Jenna Skirt
3. Asymmetric Flap Pocket Mini Skirt
4. Dress up.
After years of sweats, it’s no wonder we’re all taking great delight in dressing up again. The easiest way to add colour and style with little effort? A great dress. Whether you like backless, strapless or statement sleeves, this season offers the perfect match.
1. Elyse Dress
2. Regina Dress
3. Reverse Gown
4. Rafia Stripe Two Toned Mini Dress
Coming soon... Abstract Print Shirt Dress