Hurry! These 3 Unusual Trends Are Selling Out Fast
Want a unique perspective on what is in and what is out? So do we, which is why we reached out to Katie Smith, senior fashion and retail analyst at Edited, to give us the inside scoop on the latest trends. To our surprise, the trends she came back with are all unique from the typical styles we have been seeing this season.
“These trends bear testament to the huge shifts in the apparel industry. Digital has shaken up the traditional journey of trends, meaning things can arrive fast, accrue mass adoption quickly and avoid the clear runway-to-retail pathway. These trends remind us that fashion can be fun, frivolous, and silly while still making retailers money,” said Katie. Don’t worry—none of the styles you’re about to see are “unusual” in the unwearable sense; they are just distinct enough to differentiate you from the rest of the crowd.
Go on to shop the three trends that are selling out the quickest this season.
“Laced jeans are up 70.5% from a year ago, led by runway denim innovator Marques’Almeida. Styles have already have sold out at mass-market retailers like Topshop, Pretty Little Thing, H&M, and ASOS’s Farleigh (which sold out in 11 days).”
“New arrivals are up 21% from a year ago, but sellouts have outpaced the growth in number of styles by 27%. The shade featured on the S/S 17 runways at Acne Studios, Chloé, Mulberry, and Jil Sander.”
“Another quite unusual trend is women’s camouflage, which is selling well on bikinis (Hayley Baldwin was pictured in one from Vix that has sold well at Net-a-Porter), T-shirts, pants, ‘shackets,’ and skirts. New arrivals have stayed the same as last year, but full-price sellouts have climbed 72%, which implies this one is consumer driven.”
Marc Jacobs Embellished Camouflage-Print Cotton-Twill Tapered Pants ($695)