2018 is well underway, which means it is time to take a serious look at spring and summer fashion trends for the year. Read below to find out more about some of the fashion trends that will soon be turning heads. Embracing these styles will certainly help you stay ahead of the fashion curve. This list is not meant to be exhaustive, as there are countless fashion trends that have emerged in recent months. Rather, this list is intended to highlight some of the major trends that are expected to breakout in the spring and summer of 2018.
Jeans are really having a moment in 2018. Many of the top fashion designers are including them more and more in their ensembles. These designer jeans - or “haute jeans” – can be seen on runways all over. Soon, they will be seen in stores all over. These are not your typical Saturday afternoon jeans (unless your typical Saturday afternoon involves a fancy cocktail party. These jeans are high fashion, and are made to be worn with evening attire.
Bright colors – reds, yellows, and oranges – are certainly trending for spring and summer of 2018. Many of the top fashion designers have chosen to veer away from more muted colors, in favor of colors that pop. Bright colors seem to be a popular choice for all articles of clothing in the coming season, including pants, shirts, jackets, shoes, dresses, and accessories. So, if you are looking to get with the latest color trends of 2018, start dressing brightly.
Remember seeing long, flowing hair on 70s popstars, like Cher? Well, get ready to see it again, because long hair is back. We say “bring it on!” If you don’t have time to grow your hair out for spring of 2018 (still rocking the pixie cut?), you can still achieve this look with crown extensions
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Outfits that incorporated art – either prints, or sketches, or even cartoons – will continue to be a huge trend in the spring of 2018.
Plastic is also expected to make a big splash in the fashion world in the spring of 2018. Many of the hottest designers are incorporating plastic into their jackets and dresses.
Punk inspired fashion has been trendy for a while now and fashion designers are building on that trend in 2018. Leopard print, plaid, fishnets, and other punk inspired materials have been spotted on runways all over the world, and they will continue to be seen in the hottest stores.