There’s a brand new set of runway shows that just debuted for the resort 2022 season, so if you’re ready for some fashion newness there is plenty to dig into right now. The season is stocked with fresh new takes on fashion that is primed for 2022, but if you’re an early adopter who is ready to try out some of the pieces long before next year, there are some key trends to have on your radar.
Some of the resort 2022 trends—including elevated comfort and everyday athleisure—are ones you’re probably already familiar with from the 2021 collections, but continue to be finessed by designers. Others feel newer and more directional. Among them, statement outerwear that is primed for an early debut this fall, colorful suits in shades like lilac and green, and more. Ahead, the 7 key resort 2022 fashion trends we’re predicting will dominate in 2022.
Versace; Khaite; Christopher John Rogers; Victoria Beckham
Every season there seems to be a new take on suiting and fun, colorful shades are the trend to know about for resort 2022. It's also worth noting that the cuts are a bit slimmer and less oversized than in past seasons.
If you have amassed a collection of athleisure in your closet recently, rest assured that you'll be able to wear it long into the future. Designers like Dior and Rokh are proving that there are cool, high-fashion ways to style the pieces.
Christopher Esber; Chloé; Cult Gaia; Proenza Schouler
Comfort is king right now and that's certainly not changing anytime soon. Designers are offering more directional takes, though, with knit matching sets and relaxed linen suiting that puts a whole new spin on comfort dressing.
"Bare all" silhouettes have been everywhere this year and the key way to wear them into 2022 is with an exposed midriff. Whether you opt for a super cropped top or a draped piece that show a hint of skin, you simply can't go wrong.
Oscar de la Renta; Christopher John Rogers; Dior; Tory Burch
It's clear that designers are ready to go out and they've shown the perfect pieces to wear when that is the norm again. From mini dresses with voluminous details to dramatic gowns, party attire is definitely back.