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Summer still has two months of sizzle before we start packing away our summer wardrobe. In fashion however, looking ahead is key to staying on track for the latest trends. Here’s a sneak peak at what’s coming your way:
The style coming up for you depicts the future and the future is now. Sheer, sheen, and cut-out fashions lie before you. Bring out the leather and button your shirts all the way to the top, this season is sure to infuse plenty of sex-appeal with imagination.
Lingerie as Outerwear
Laces and layered lingerie will be in this upcoming season. Patterned Thigh-highs are the perfect way to let go of your inner vixen.
Color and quality are what’s vital in pulling off this impending style. Revolutionize the look by adding your own style of grunge, chic, or classic style to this look.
The accessories for women include a variety of capes, ankle socks, thigh-high and fur boots, and camel and aviator jackets. Layers upon layers of rings will also be popular. Bring out your favorite stones and don’t be afraid to double-stack or attach your chains to your rings and bracelets.
Guys will be sporting suits from the 50’s and 60’s and unshaped suits will defy this season’s look for men. Two-button and Continental cut styles are in:
Suits in slender cuts, short length, and two buttons will put a modern twist on the classics tonal suit:
Other fun trends for guys this upcoming season include:
Cashmere ties, broken-in boots, shearling & camel jackets, fitted cargo pants, & plaid dress shirts:
Male brooches are making heads turn this next coming season so don’t be afraid to adopt this trend. Look for cool vintage, straight and pointy lapels styles.
Guys, your look wouldn’t be complete without an over-sized duffel bag for travel or storage:
Colors and Palettes
Every season Pantone and Lenzing Textiles put out their report for what colors and palettes of colors will be popular.
This season expect to see an array of aquatic and navy blues, translucent and golden yellows, pastel and rich pinks, metallic and steel grays, and light and forest greens, just to name a few.
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