10 fashion trends that will be relevant throughout 2018

The best time to forget about all the failures and start everything from scratch is the coming of the new year. Everyone knows that the changes begin with the image update. We suggest you do a general cleaning in your wardrobe and find out what designers recommend in 2018.

Sports kitsch.

It is time to return the tracksuits. Forget about sweatpants and sweatshirts. Now millions of people in the world go to gyms, so in recent years, a separate niche in the fashion industry for adherents of a healthy lifestyle formed. If you want to be in a trend, even in a gym, then give preference to bright shorts, sports pants or tight suits.

Voluminous earrings.

The main trend in the jewelry this year is the glossiness and massiveness. Long voluminous and bright earrings are back in fashion. At the same time, there are no restrictions in their decor. You will definitely be in the center of attention if you have earrings with stones, pure metal, with tassels or just thin oblong threads with a pendant. Long earrings smooth the shape of the face and are an indispensable element in the creation of many images.

Waist packs.

Waist packs returned to fashion with the next return of the 90's to the podiums. If 20 years they were worn only by sellers and conductors, for whom it was comfortable to put money in them, now it is an indispensable accessory of fashionable young girls. The original variants were demonstrated by the Gucci brand - oval-shaped leather bags decorated with a logo and copper butterflies, beetles and lion heads.

Outfit in one color.

Forget what you were told in the drawing lessons about the combination of colors. In 2018 monochrome will be at the height of fashion. Outfits of the same color will help you not only save time on the selection of colors in the image, but also make you taller and slimmer. Monochrome often is total black or total white, but you should pay attention to other colors.


Metallic has been fashionable not the first season. Clothes with a shiny effect attracts the looks - whether it' is an evening dress, a chrome cloak, silvery trousers or metallized boots. The most fashionable metal was silver: in recent collections you can see dresses and trousers, coats and shoes, bags and jewelry with a silvery tint.

Combination of prints.

In 2018, a mixture of prints will be in trend. Polka dot, strips, tropical plants and animal prints will become the hottest trends of the year. In addition, you can safely combine different patterns on fabrics of different textures and even of screaming shades.

Natural beauty.

It is not the first season that designers extol the natural beauty of women. Now it is not fashionable to open too much body. Deep cleavage, mini-skirts and short shorts are a thing of the past. If you want to add an image a little piquancy, then bare your neck or collarbone. Prefer dresses to the floor and midi skirts.

Bright socks.

Once wearing a colorful and catchy socks was considered a sign of bad taste. But in the last few seasons this part of the wardrobe has become the main accent in the image. There is no specific guidance when selecting socks. The main thing is that they are dense and in bright colors. You can wear socks in combination with anything: with jeans, wide pants, dresses, skirt or shorts.

Checks and checks.

At the end of last year and at the beginning of this almost all the designers presented in their collections things with checkered print. This season everything can be checkered, not just trouser suits or jackets. The size of the check, its color and the texture of the cloth can be very different. There are many variants of a combination of clothes, and everything will be actual, elegant and not hackneyed.

Express your position.

The tendency to express the opinion in print on clothes continues this year as well. The catchy, loud and provocative quotes on the T-shirt or jacket show the clear position of its owner. If you want less "serious" clothing, you can buy a top with a romantic or humorous phrase.

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