Spring/Summer 2019 NYFW Trends

Although I couldn’t attend New York Fashion week this year I still love catching all the shows through the eyes of some of my favorite influencers.  The shows that always get me excited for a new season are designers like Dior, Rebecca Minkoff, Tory Burch, and Self Portrait.  

Pretty in Pink

Designers like Brandon Maxwell and Kate Spade filled their runways with beautiful hues of pink.  From Pastel to bold Magenta pink will definitely be a choice color for the spring

Mixing prints

I love Self Portrait because of their bold use of textures and prints in their pieces, every year they add beautiful structured frills, or lace work to every show stopping piece.  This year was absolutely no exception but they have also added mixing prints to their repertoire.  

Wild Wild West

Western vibes are definitely going nowhere in the new year.  From floaty dresses with lace details, structured hats, and cowboy boots this trend I think will be making an even stronger presence in the spring, as seen in the Ralph Lauren, Self Portrait, and Johnathan Simkhai shows.

Feminine Frills

This will forever be a trend I live for.  There is something about delicate lace details and feminine frills that I find so beautiful. If you’ve followed me for a while you’ll know come fall I live for a high neck everything.  For spring the Victorian trends seem to go hand and hand with the western vibes.  Think everything West World in the best possible way.  I am living for the designs from Ulla Johnson and Rodart.

80s vibes

When it comes to make up a lot of artists were taking us back to the 80s.  There were a lot of bold pinks and bright blues used on palettes as well as lived in smokey eyes.  One trend was pretty universal was minimalism.  Pops of color were paired with a very bare face, or eyes were kept bare when paired with an out of this world lip. Jeremy Scott, Nicole Miller, and Christian Siriano gave us a bold mix of colors and 80s fun this season.

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