Stripes, trenches, monochromatic dressing, long tailored shorts, polos and fanny packs are just a few of a number of items that are going to be an absolute must-have for next spring. The hottest runway trends this season have already been spotted and analyzed, and the plans for how your wardrobe is going to look like next year can already be put in motion. Check out these eleven creations that have lit fashion events presenting ’18 Spring/Summer collections this season and remember: it’s never too early to start planning for next year!
The trench coat was originally developed as an alternative to the heavy serge greatcoats worn by British and French soldiers in the First World War, and it seems as it’s gonna make a comeback right on its centenary.
2. Knee-length shorts
During the 19th and early 20th centuries, shorts were worn as outerwear only by young boys until they reached a certain height or maturity in western countries. In the second decade of the XXI century, there are no such restrictions.
3. All tied up
4. Sheer overlays
5. Fanny packs
Native Americans had the buffalo pouch, Scots had the sporran, and chic girls today have the fanny pack, or as the Brits would call it – the bum bag.
Fur-wearers might breathe a collective breath of relief – a lot of oil is now going into making these outfits, so that should keep environmentalists busy.
8. Drawstring details
Gold sequins were being used as decoration on clothing or paraphernalia in the Indus Valley as early as 2500BC. The name “sequin” originated from the Venetian colloquial noun zecchino, meaning a Venetian Ducat coin.
The sequins we wear on our clothes today are not exactly gold, but they still go a long way in making us glitter.
10. Head-to-toe denim
Charlie Kelly from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia loves Denim Chicken, and men are going to love the Denim Chick.