Spring 2019 Trends from New York, Paris, London, and Milan Fashion Weeks

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The spring 2019 runway season is coming to a close, and there has been a buffet of glamour on the catwalk. Of course, the question on everyone’s lips is what to wear come spring 2019 and what is on trend? If you’re one of those people that need to plan your spring purchases in advance, Fashion Reverie has you covered. Here were some of Fashion Reverie’s favorite trends from the spring 2019 runways.

Images courtesy of Tom Ford spring 2019 and R13 spring 2019 courtesy of livingly.com and hauteliving.com, respectively

FringeWestern styles were front and center this season, with the continuing trend of fringe being one of runways’ most noticeable details. It appeared on everything from jackets to handbags. It is clear that fringe will be roaming free come spring 2019.

Images of Chanel spring 2019, Calvin Klein spring 2019, and Thom Browne spring 2019 courtesy of theimpression.com, calvinklein.com, and numero.com, respectively

Let’s Go to the Beach!We hope you’ve planned beach vacation, because there are plenty of fashion options for you for spring 2019. From Calvin Klein to Chanel, designers were inspired by beach travels this year, and wanted to make sure that customers were ready to lounge around in style. Resort season now goes beyond winter holiday, it is a year round endeavor, which designers are beginning to realize. So grab your beach bags and your best outfit.

Images of Fendi Spring 2019 and Roberto Cavalli spring 2019 courtesy of fashionista.com and vogue.com

Bike ShortsOkay, so this was one that caught Fashion Reverie by surprise, but bike shorts were all the rage on the runway this season. (Kim Kardashian has already been spotted flaunting some very stylish biker shorts.). While some might not consider it the most flattering trend, bike shorts have become a designer’s favorite.

Images of Tom Ford spring 2019 and Kate Spade spring 2019 courtesy of thehollywoodreporter.com and theroot.com, respectively

HeadscarvesThe higher the head scarf, the closer to God! If you’re looking for a new way to top off your outfit next season, headscarves are in vogue, again. Headscarves are no longer just a nighttime accessory; they are now back as a fashion trend.

Images of Celine spring 2019, Elder Statesman spring 2019, and Greta Constantine courtesy of thenewyorker.com,vogue.com, and wwd.com, respectively

80s Love AffairDesigners are still having a field day with 80s’ nostalgia, showcasing everything from stonewashed denim to oversized sweaters. Big-shouldered blazers were all the rage at Hedi Slimane’s debut show for Celine—although his collection wasn’t met with applause. The eighties was the height of maximalism in fashion, so it’s no wonder in an era where maximalism is in full force, designers have turned back the hands of time.

Images of Christian Cowan spring 2019, ALC spring 2019, and A. F. Vandervorst spring 2019 courtesy of Purple PR, vogue.com, and thefashionspot.com, respectively

Black and WhiteFashion has always had a love affair with neutral tones. In other words, when in doubt, black and white is a go-to look that works. However, this season fashion’s love affair with neutrals wasn’t your mother’s white dress shirt and black skirt. From chessboard patterns to plaids and stripes, the fashion industry demonstrated how to wear black and white without looking like you are going to a funeral or a corporate meeting. You can take a minimalist approach to color and still be eye-catching. 

Images of Badley mischka spring 2019, marc Jacobs spring 2019, and Christian Siriano spring 2019 courtesy of Badgleymischka.com, elle.com, and lofficielusa.com, respectively

Oversized Evening Dresses

This isn’t your grandma’s ball gown. The next time you have a gala, red carpet, or black tie affair, you can be the bell of the ball in a gown the size of the Liberty Bell. While evening wear and red-carpet attire is usually known for making a statement, designers took a big play on proportions this season with oversized gowns that’s equivalent to small tents. It’s big, bold, and beautiful.

—Kristopher Fraser

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