With bedazzled dresses, fringe sleeves, and many more, the fashion industry is moved by trends in many ways. Every now and then one style or other comes into the limelight. It could be a new style, an old one, or an edit of an old one, buy one thing is sure, the buzz around these styles and designs move fashion lovers to wear them more. This week, we take a sneak peek at some of the styles of the moment that are gracing the fashion scene today.
1. Fringe sleeves
Fringes have been the ‘it’ thing for a while now. Fashionistas have used them to decorate the hems, front, and back of their outfits. Some even use them throughout the length of their skirts just to make them pop some more.
Now, the latest trend is fringe sleeves. Celebrities and fashionistas alike are rocking this trend in the most glamorous ways. From keeping the fringes long or short to having them on both sleeves or just one sleeve. It is a delight, and why not, as fringes are a very playful and swirly accessory.
Fringe sleeves can be infused in owanbe outfits for that wedding or even as an embellishment for the diner gown. The fringe sleeves trend can also work with corporate wear, but you have to keep them short to maintain that classy yet playful look.
2. Bedazzled dresses
Sparkle and shine seem to be the order of the day these days. The bedazzled dress trend is catching on like wildfire and is a trend we definitely love seeing. Although it is a trend that comes and goes often, we never get tired of having it brighten up the fashion scene.
Every event from the MET Gala 2021 to your best friend’s wedding has seen celebrities and fashion lovers rock this trend. Depending on preferences, this trend has gotten popular in different styles. While some people keep the shimmer and shine at the bodice of their outfits, others go full glam with head-to-toe bedazzled dresses.
Bedazzled dresses are suitable mainly for glamorous occasions. They can be worn to red carpet events, wedding and birthday celebrations, and award ceremonies. This trend goes best with minimal jewellery and accessories to let the dress do all the talking.
3. Keyhole neckline
Similar to the cut-out trend but at the neckline, keyhole necklines are the new rave in town. While this neckline has been around for years, with various edits to it, none has ever quite been like this.
Recently, fashionistas have taken this neckline to a new level with wider keyhole cut-outs than usual. The neckline consists of a regular neckline with an oval cut-out along the neckline. The width of the cut-out varies, depending on the wearer, but it is always chic.
The keyhole neckline trend goes well with outfits with either long or short sleeves. It is suitable for all sorts of places including parties, ceremonies, and even office wear.
4. Mix and Match bodice cups
In recent times, this trend has picked up almost out of nowhere. The mix-and-match bodice trend has been worn by various celebrities stealing the show with their amazing outfits. This trend, which
The trend features an outfit with two different but matching outfit cups usually paired with a corset dress. One of the dress cups is usually created from the same fabric as the rest of the outfit while the second is made from a different but complementary fabric. The trend comes in various styles and can be worn by any and every woman.
You can create this outfit with ankara or lace fabric and use it for most ceremonial events. Since the style stands out on its own, you can pair it with minimal accessories and jewellery to make a classy statement.
5. Off-one shoulder criss-cross sleeve
Adding to the several edits already out, the off-one shoulder trend has now been mixed with criss-cross sleeves. This trend features a regular off-one shoulder sleeve, where one shoulder has no sleeve, and the second does but in a criss-cross style. This sleeve sees two or more straps come together to form the one sleeve of the outfit.
Alluring in its special way, this trend matches almost any outfit. It is suitable for various occasions including red carpet events, weddings, and corporate events – when paired with the right blazers.
Which of these styles of the moment are you going to add to your wardrobe next? Which are you planning to suggest to your clients to sew or infuse in your next collection? Do let us know in the comments below.