You only have to look outside to know a new season has arrived. From blossoming trees to warmer temperatures, SS19 is well and truly underway with a whole host of new styles to suit whatever your personal style may be.
Whether you’re buying wholesale clothing to complete your new season collection, or you’re on the hunt for personal pieces, here is a breakdown of the best trends for SS19.
Shades of beige
You might read this and think this is an uninspiring trend, but really, it’s very clever. Call it what you like; oatmeal, stone, camel. Beige is in this season, and it’s set to be one of the most wearable and versatile shades ever.
Beige is classic and timeless, and comes in so many different variations that anyone can wear it with ease. Style the colour in head-to-toe ensembles with bold accessories, or keep it simple with a top, trousers or skirt in this beautiful colour.
Think a tailored suit in beige with heeled sandals and gold jewellery, or a beige sweater with your favourite jeans and trainers. Whatever your style, beige works perfectly.
Animal print has dominated over the last few months, with leopard, snake and tiger print being particularly dominant. As we enter a new season, new prints are emerging and making their mark on the fashion trends.
For SS19, an influx of scarf prints has been noticed. With a vintage, chic look, they are perfect for including eye-catching colour and pattern into your clothing collection. Scarf prints can look incredibly elegant and feminine, and look great when paired with contemporary pieces like a leather jacket or even classic denim jeans. Scarf prints work beautifully as a skirt, dress, blouse or accessories like scarves and headbands.
Californian and Australian style both adopt a laidback, casual look with practical pieces. This is something that has started to spread on a wider scale. SS19 runway shows showcased styles including tie dye, wetsuit-style skirts and other surfing-inspired designs.
With that in mind, more tie dye designs are being created, which goes hand-in-hand perfectly with the positive change in weather. Think a tie dye t-shirt tucked into black denim shorts, or a simple summer shift dress. Keep it subtle, with pastel shades in blue, purple or yellow.
Lace is no stranger to summery weather, and this year it seems to have made another successful comeback. This season, lace has a much more versatile style to it; switching it up from the usual, feminine designs that we’re all so familiar with.
Catwalks saw lace worked into shirts and jackets as well as the traditional dresses. Black and white are the most popular colours to accompany lace, providing maximum visual impact for your daytime or night time look. Experiment with head-to-toe lace or cheeky lace inserts and panels for a subtler approach.