5 Fashion Trends to Retire Now
Yes, 2018 is rolling around in a few short weeks. And with it comes time to revaluate the pieces in your closet that you haven’t worn a while. Perhaps you picked up some trendy items you never got around to wearing or just no longer work into your wardrobe—now’s the time to add them to the donation pile. While you might be clearing out your closet of some pieces, here’s the good news: There are some really cool trends on our radar for next season. A new year is the perfect time to test out rising fashion trends and put some of the biggest pieces from the spring runway shows into rotation. From the colour that’s about to be everywhere to the cool bag everyone’s carrying to the print fashion girls can’t stop wearing, we’ve picked out the most stylish pieces to wear in 2018.
Go on to find out the trends to consider retiring and the ones to start wearing instead; then shop our favourite pieces. And don't forget—at the end of the day, you should really just wear what you love and feel the most comfortable in.
CONSIDER DITCHING: Millennial Pink
Purple will be the colour of spring. Swap out Millennial Pink for shades of lavender and ultra violet.
Stella McCartney Gathered Asymmetric Ribbed Cashmere and Wool-Blend Sweater ($895)
Wear yours with high-rise denim.
Available in sizes IT34 to IT46.
CONSIDER DITCHING: Oversize Bags
WEAR: Retro Bags
We're predicting retro, ladylike bags will be the new silhouette to own.
CONSIDER DITCHING: Neon
WEAR: Polka Dots
Polka dots aren't new or groundbreaking with the way designers are using them is. Work them into your wardrobe.
CONSIDER DITCHING: Wedge Boots
WEAR: Sock Boots
The sock-boot silhouette is sleek, modern, and cool. Wear yours with everything from cropped jeans to dresses.
CONSIDER DITCHING: Short Dresses
WEAR: Long Dresses
We've noticed that the hems of dresses are growing longer.
Rixo London Margo Embellished Embroidered Georgette Midi Dress ($614)
Embroidered with a moon and stars.
Available in sizes XS to XL.
Next, read about the surprising shoes a doctor said you should ditch.