6 Fashion Trends You Can Expect to See a Lot of in 2019

We only have a few weeks left of 2018 which means we need to prepare ourselves for a whole new slew of fashion trends. Though 2018 had some great ones (the nineties, neon, dad fashion) 2019 is looking even better with so many interesting trends. Here are a few big ones to watch out for.

Tie Dye

Channel your inner hippie because tie dye is going to be back in a huge way! But this isn’t just t-shirts you pick up at a carnival. We’re talking chic, sporty fashion that will still keep those 90s vibes you love so much.

R13, Prabal Gurung and Eckhaus Latta all showed tie-dye pieces at New York Fashion Week this fall. Think satin dressers, wide-leg trousers, blouses, puffer coats and sweaters. We especially love this tie dye and plaid dress from Matches Fashion. You couldn’t be more 90s if you had Ethan Hawke standing next to you.

Feathers

They aren’t for everyone but they can be so fun! Sport them on the trim of your skirt or maybe some on your shoes (you know Carrie Bradshaw would be all about them.)

Fringe

Aren’t there some mornings where you just want to dress like a cowgirl? I mean Evan Rachel Woods made it look so cool in Westworld. Well luckily the whole cowboy chic look is still going strong so get out those boots and fringe jacket.

Shift dresses

There is nothing like a cute shift dress in the summer. They are easy, light and extremely flattering. They were all over the runways of Gucci and Miu Miu. For some inspiration watch Mia Farrow in Rosemary’s Baby. She did give birth to Satan’s son but gosh her shift dresses were cute.

Robe silhouettes

We all would like to wear our robes all day anyway so you may as well get one as a coat. These wrap coats were huge on Pinterest this year with searches up by 689%.

Bicycle shorts

And you thought this would just be a passing trend. Think again. If Kim Kardashian is still rocking them then we are still interested. This keeps in line with the 90s never dying and though you can obviously dress them in a sporty way you can also dress them up with heels and a blazer.

Meredith Lepore

Meredith is the former editor in chief of the women's career site, The Grindstone. Her work has appeared in Marie Claire @ Work, The Jane Dough, DailyWorth, SheKnows.com, Business Insider and Learnvest. She earned her Masters in Magazine, Newspaper and Online journalism from the Newhouse School at Syracuse University. Meredith resides in New York full time and enjoys reading, jogging, SoulCycle and playing with her small dog, Otis.

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