4 Trends That Are Just Not Selling Anymore
Who What Wear readers are serious shoppers. You’re like tell me something I don’t know, but hear me out. As a group, you are very comfortable online shopping, care about trends, but don’t let them dictate your shopping decisions, and are a stickler for value, whether at the luxury or affordable price point. Since we’re just as dedicated to the art of shopping as you are, we thought we’d take a moment to inspect the trends that are and aren’t selling well.
Actual purchases are really the ultimate test of approval, more than an Instagram like and more than adding something to your online cart that then just sits there. Accordingly, we tapped our own in-house commerce strategist to see which trends readers are purchasing that we recommend on our site, which are just skating by, and which are falling flat in the sales department. Scroll down to reveal the list and see if it aligns with your current shopping habits.
What's Selling Really Well
We think the widespread success of this trend has to do with the fact that the barrier to entry is quite low given that most pairs are affordable.
Another trend we can thank Balenciaga for. The fact that plaid blazers are so easy to wear just fueled the wide adoption.
Skinnies got a run for their money with many fashion girls adopting a wide-leg silhouette into their wardrobe.
Transparency took on a new meaning when all of a sudden our bag's contents took center stage with PVC purses. The trend took off in the shoe department too, becoming a much-loved iteration of the naked shoe.
What's Selling Moderately Well
It takes a lot for ladies to give up their beloved handbags, and for some, the hands-free lifestyle of a belt bag was worth it.
What's Not Selling Well
The fashion crowd has moved on from seashell jewelry to coin necklaces.
In the battle of over-the-top embellishments, rhinestones and crystals won over feathers and fringe.
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