The seventies trend has been around for a while, but is still going strong this season. There are so many different ways in which you can incorporate the trend into your wardrobe. Whether it’s a fur coat, vintage alpine prints, grandpa cardigans or a flared pair of trousers. You can also create a more seventies look by mixing different textures colors and prints in your outfit.
Soccer Scarves are definitely the accessory of the season. Vetements has pretty much been incorporating soccers scarves into multiple collections over the season, but the trend has finally caught on in the fashion scene. This probably also has something to do with the Soccer World Cup coming up in Russia in 2018. You can go for a super oversized one or a smaller sized scarf to add a nice pop of color to a look.
I think it’s safe to say the color red has completely taken over the fashion world. It has never been as present on the runway and in everyday streetwear as during this season. You can’t go wrong with red, whether it’s a bag, oversized sweater, puffy coat, a pair of killer kicks or a full monochrome look.
This next trend is a lot more toned down. Normcore is a respons to the fast fashion industry and is all about minimalism. The goal is to dress as plain as possible instead of being flashy like a lot of the other trends. Normcore wearers don’t wish to define who they are by the way they dress and the clothing is usually also unisex. If you’re going for timeless pieces, normcore is definitely the trend for you.
Technical wear used to be about being practical, but now it has grown into a fashion statement. Brands like Facetasm and Balenciaga have created a hybrid between technology and design. Making your water-resistant windbreaker and heat-regulating trousers a lot more fashionable.