Today we want to show you all the brilliance of the incredible winter fashion trends 2018 that walked the catwalk, soaking up everything and regrouping our changing rooms for the coming seasons.
We want to have an incredibly fashionable year, after all. While we enjoy the spring and summer months, it is the autumn / winter 2017-2018 fashion trends that will be reproduced in our minds as we shop. After all, what better way to spend the rainy or excessively hot days than at a local mall, enjoying the best of ready-to-use designer collections? In order to better create your fall wardrobe appearance for 2017 , you will have to take a closer look at the fall fashion trends of 2017, those that have recently appeared on the stage or that have recently become as popular as they are now. So many different looks to consider, as they appear, and so many different combinations of trends that can make your style unique!
Winter fashion 2018
The costumes are included. One of the best fall fashion trends of 2017, the pantsuit has been around for a while and looks amazingly good, especially when made to fit a woman, but with all the power a man's suit could have. . Calvin Klein is one of the many designers of the four cities of fashion that offers the best in trouser suits, the gray banker version especially, along with the extra large designs of Victoria Beckham and the matching checkered designs of Alexander Wang. Some even added skins to the mix, along with a vest and tie, as seen in Thom Browne. Asymmetric hems came into play in Alexander McQueen.
The cloths occupy the first place, without a doubt. They appear in all kinds of materials, colors Mandatory collections of Fashion Week shown.
The Texan (or Canadian) tuxedo
You guessed right. Denim was everywhere and double denim in crisp salvage or aged black, some with fur linings and other embroidery that would surely enter the list of fall / winter 2017-2018 fashion trends. High waist, denim shirts and a well-established attitude were one of the main highlights on the Calvin Klein track. You could also opt for the combined dark and light jean collections, as seen in Public School, while the designs tied certainly caught our attention in Jonathan Simkhai. The total denim set is available, so do not worry about your shirts and pants matching. Denim goes double for autumn and you should enjoy the absolute beauty of that.
Protest of the designer
Woman will appear even more focused. Missoni used the sign of a woman to show the power of women, while Versace made sure that everyone understood what loyalty means. Not all were slogans, but they were all used as protest and this was undoubtedly what caught the attention of the public.
An ode to the midi skirt
While some designers brought some miniskirts, it was the midi skirt that really stood out among the main winter 2018 fashion trends, ending either below the knees or more towards the mid calf area. Gorgeous floral dresses wore leather jackets in Calvin Klein, high grooves in Prabal Gurung, asymmetric hems in Jason Wu, and there was a bit of warmth in the neutral tones that appeared in Michael Kors. Even the trends of the '80s oscillate quite a bit with the midi skirt for the fall season, with or without boots underneath for the warmth of the legs.
Add the side cuts
It may not seem like a big trend at first, but as we see designer after designer using this cut, we can honestly say that it is undoubtedly a fascinating trend of autumn 2017. Proenza Schouler plays with the layers, ensuring an opening towards the waist and the hip.Prabal Gurung also shows the waist in a completely covered body. As for Jonathan Simkhai, the cord unzipped in the denim shows very well the waist.
Volume in the sleeves
It has been an effect of the 80s for some time, but the voluminous sleeves are a trend of winter fashion. It is incredibly popular, growing more according to the season that appears. The romantic sleeves appeared in dresses and shirts, with Antonio Marras and Elisabetta Franchi adding to the love of the trend, while Jil Sander and Francesco Scognamiglio added the effects to their sweatshirts.
Lately, Instagram has seen a trend in which brooches and ornaments have been created in bright styles to be placed on shirts, sweaters, dresses and much more. It seems that the tracks are also full of similar products, with icons appearing on dresses and jackets in Gucci, geometric shapes and pins that come into force in Emporio Armani, and intriguing stone effects added to Stella Jean and Ermanno Scervino. All in all, it's a funky built-in or not-so-incorporated addition to your wardrobe that sets you apart from the rest.
Winter fashion 2018 - handbags