Top 5 2019 Trends
While certain styles seem to have lost favour many have been given a new lease of 2019 life – and have been given a huge upgrade. Here’s our top 5 trends for this coming year…
1. Bucket Hats
Unfortunately it looks like the much loved baseball cap is out next year. But instead, it’s time for a throwback, because 90s fashion is coming back in the form of bucket hats. These festival favourites can be a bit controversial, but even high end designers are on board and they’ve been seen all over the SS19 catwalks. Bucket hats have always been pretty big in the music scene in recent decades, worn by both indie legends and hip-hop stars.
2018 has undoubtedly been the year of sporty athleisure-wear and there’s no sign of the trend dying down. Superdry’s range of tracksuits tick all the boxes with a variety of fits and patterns to suit your style. Camouflage has been a hit this year, so take the trend into 2019 with some fitted camo joggers. Try them with chunky trainers or casual slip ons and a slim black t-shirt for the ultimate everyday outfit or go for comfy with gym shorts if it’s heating up outside.
3. Trench Coats
Dare to try something different with a longline trench coat. Not only are they the perfect piece for layering, they are a classic jacket that can be dressed up or down. Slim fit suit trousers or chinos look amazing with this type of coat, especially those that feature a plaid or tweed pattern. Pair them with chelsea boots and a fitted shirt for the perfect outfit for a more formal event or a date. For an everyday look, tuck a white tee into your trousers loosely and pull on your favourite white trainers. Swap the suit trousers for black skinny jeans or even joggers if you want to mix it up a little. If you’re in need of more outfit inspiration, you can find a guide to wearing a trench coat here.
4. Sage and Khaki Tones
Monochrome has been very popular over the last couple of years, however the colour of Spring 2019 is shades of sage or khaki. Although neon appeared popular on the male runways this year, sage was featured just as much but is way more wearable. For an ultra-casual skater look, try a khaki windbreaker jacket with skinny jeans and a beanie – this way you can incorporate your old pieces and give them a fresh look by adding in some colour.
Experiment with your style with some long dungarees, in favour of jeans. You can click here if you need some more ideas on how to wear dungarees, but it’s actually much easier than you think. Simply chuck on any top you fancy – from tees to long sleeved shirts – and rock those long, slim fit dungarees. They can be worn with trainers or ankle boots for a more edgy vibe while a tailored coat would look amazing over black fabric dungarees – but you can stick with a denim jacket or a wind breaker if that’s more your thing.