Year 2018 was filled with incredibly stylish fashion trends. We've seen them all: accessories decorated with flirty fringe, everlasting sequins on party dresses, decorated with elaborate embroidery sleeves and, love them or hate them, even animal print boots. But the new 2019 year is going to bring us even wider fashion horizons. So, here is a look at some of the winter's hottest fashion trends. Start building your wardrobe around these edgy and rebellious fashion trends, because some of them are going to stay with us till the end of a year.
From left to right: Valentino, Miu Miu, Oscar de la Renta
It is not easy to stay warm and stylish at the same time, but everything is possible with a red coat trend. Shades of delicious red color were seen in almost every runway collection this fashion season. But hot red coats are going to be one of the biggest trends of winter 2019 season. Floor-length, medium or short coat - choose the one you like the most and stay warm and sexy this winter.
From left to right: Giambattista Valli, Derek Lam ,Valentino
A theologian Douglas Wilson once said: modest and attractive is an art form; and fashion designers Derek Lam and Giambattista Valli proved this statement once again, dressing their models in charming long dresses and layering over cardigans. Dressing humble and rebelliously might be challenging, so only a real fashionista with an exceptional taste can solve the puzzle. And, on my opinion, this makes a fashion game even more interesting!
From left to right: Marc Jacobs, Stella McCartney, Balmain
One of the most daring and scandalous fashion styles makes a huge comeback for the winter 2018 season. And yes, I'm talking about my favorite lingerie-as-an-everyday-wear style, which became insanely popular over the past few years. “Lingerie is so closely connected to the body that blurring the lines between innerwear and outerwear is a sign of confidence and the freedom to express how you feel,” states a creative director of La Perla, Julia Haart. We all want to feel comfy and warm at winter, but how can you say no to this gorgeous see-thought ruffles and laces?
From left to right: Balenciaga, Dries Van Noten, Dolce & Gabbana
Eclectic Floral Prints
Colorful floral motives appear almost in every new collection, coming back in fashion with a new wave of diversity. These flowers can easily take over our winter wardrobes, because we all want and need refreshing spring blooms during the cold times. Don't be afraid to incorporate flirty buds and petals in your outfit or even placing floral embellishments on your shoes and accessories.
From left to right: Redemption, Off-White, Elie Saab
Animal print is one of the most controversial trends in fashion world. Not surprising, because animal print clothing is very hard to wear and style. But winter 2019 is an ideal time to rediscover your passion for animal print trend. Reach out for your favorite cheetah skirt and boots and get ready to style them in a totally new way. Draw some inspiration from the latest Elie Saab's and Redemption runway collections - zebra stripes, snake-skin print and cow spots - is your wardrobe ready for these wilderness?
From left to right: House Margiela, Saint Laurent, Jacquemus
Romantic see-through fabrics were trendy throughout whole eighteenth century in Europe and they often reoccur on modern runway shows. Winter/spring 2019 fashion season is not going to be exceptional, demonstrating the most feminine sheer outfits and accessories. Flowing see-through fabrics isn't easy to pull off, so you can always opt out 'full-transparency' and layer a sheer dress over a simple t-shirt and jeans.
From left to right: Chloe, Christian Dior, Rochas
Another bold and edgy winter 2019 fashion trend is nude color. Calming shades of blushing pink, coffee late and beige always look elegant and versatile in any outfit. A huge part of Chloe SS19 Prêt-à-Porter collection was made in pastel shades of nude and earthy colors. And the entire Christian Dior haute couture collection featured black and nude pieces. I'm excited to see more and more paste nude and beige color palettes on the streets.
From left to right: Rick Owens, Hermes, Celine
And the last, but not the last winter fashion trend we are going to look at is sleek leather. You don't have to buy real leather to look fashionable this winter, faux PU leather looks just as awesome as real material and no animals were harmed. I have an awesome waist corset belt, made of this material and it is super comfy and cute. Colorful leather coats, trousers and skirts were seen at Hermes and Celine's SS19 fashion shows.