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Women’s Fashion - Bring on the New Spring and Summer Trends!

New year, new trends! Changes are happening in women’s fashion - winter is over, it's time for new fashion trends and fresh colours! Find out here which looks are hip in spring and summer, what is coming and what will stay.

Metallic & Glitter!

Sparkling trimmings, metallic details, sequined highlights: the glamourous elements that have caused dazzling moments in the past season will make another big splash in spring and summer. Blouses, T-Shirts, skirts, dresses and even jackets compete for glitz and cause quite a bit of glam in daily life.

All-over Prints!

Some would have thought that after all the patterns of last season it would turn a bit more quiet now and that plain looks would take over - in fact, the opposite happened: All-over prints are still hot fashion statements in women’s wear, the patterns adorn T-shirts and blouses, dresses and skirts. We dare you to boldly mix patterns - as of now this is the new fashion standard! Some skill is, however, needed for the mixing of patterns. Our advise: When combining, stay within one colour family. At least one colour shade should be echoed in the other piece. Try to keep your accessories plain or it will get a bit too busy.

Athleisure!

It would be a shame if the sportswear trend would disappear without further ado, as it is just too awesome - and too comfortable. Dresses, skirts and trousers are worn day-to-day and in the evening. Athleisure means: both comfy & stylish.

Denim!

Of course, denim is staying right on trend! The trend in women’s fashion is heading towards special washes. There are two new extremes in women’s fashion: very dark, classic Dark Denim and heavily bleached Acid Wash jeans. The latter was highly fashionable in the 80’s and is making a reappearance in women’s wear today.

Flounces & Frills!

Yes, you know them from last year. Women’s fashion continues to focus on the feminine in you, so grab your trend-pieces with lace, playful flounces and girly frills! Romantic pieces with tulle, chiffon and lace go best with cool partners such as leather trousers or jeans in a used look to create exciting contrasts.

Go Wild West!

The western trend already emerged in winter and stays with us in the new year. Apart from cowboy boots and jackets in the western style, blouses with wild west elements will be really big in women’s fashion. Worn with jeans, this is an ultra cool and sexy look.

Women’s Fashion Spring/Summer 2019: the New Colours!

With the arrival of the first warm sun rays the female heart is longing for bright and vivid colours. The US colour institute Pantone has been the trend-colour guru for decades and sets a new trend colour every year. Last year it was the striking colour ultraviolet, whereas this year it’s a distinctive mix of red, orange and pink: “Living Coral” is the trend colour of 2019 and at the same time a sincere political message: The world’s coral reefs are endangered- the time is high to stop climate change and environmental pollution. Coral has an incredibly beautiful effect, especially when worn from head to toe as a dress, a women’s costume or a trouser suit. You can also combine it really well with white as well as cream, light grey and the faded blue of your jeans look fantastic with it. In women’s fashion, coral is a very grateful colour tone - it suits brunettes just as well as blondines and is said to be a real complexion booster. Of course a few other colours are trending too right now: blue, cobalt blue in particular, midnight blue and the pastel-like Nebulas blue are making an appearance. Here too, white is a great combination. If you like it summery, a warm, sunny yellow as well as a cooler lemony yellow get you in the mood for summer and lift your spirits. The cheerfully warm yellow goes very well together with khaki, light blue or white. If you’re a fan of pink: in women’s fashion this feminine colour is being visited by lilac, which results in a very distinctive rose tone, a shade of lavender. The colour is delicate and feminine and works best with other pastel colours or with white.