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The 10 most popular trends for Spring / Summer 2019

Take a look at the top trends for spring / summer 2019 of the most popular designers!

Every spring the same question

Do you also feel like asking yourself every spring what the real trends for the coming season are? Which pieces from the past year you should keep in your wardrobe and which you can safely sort out? Anyway, I ask myself this question every year. And then the search starts: What do the countless fashion bloggers post? What has potential for becoming a really big trend in the upcoming season? Which are the most popular designer trends?

The most important thing right away: the fashion summer of 2019 will not be not boring. Batik patterns, prints in all the colors of the rainbow, overalls and cargo pants are all in demand. Whether tight cycling shorts and jeans with acid ablutions are wearable for each of us in everyday life, is an open question. The provide for fashion extravaganza in any case. For the necessary serious chick you will be in trend with elegant suits, preferably oversized and in bright colors, and blazer vests this season.

To simplify the overview a bit, I looked at the fashion shows of the most popular designers and summarized the trends for you here. And even better: You can watch the fashion shows yourself, as I linked a collection of them right below the text.

Cargo trousers and rainbow colours

Batik looks in rainbow colours
In the fashion summer of 2019, there is no way around batik looks. First seen in the 1960s, they were and still are a symbol of peace and freedom.
Seen at Christian Dior, Collina Strada, House of Holland, John Elliott, Prabal Gurung, Prada, Proenza Schouler, Stella McCartney

Blazer vests
No matter if elegant or sporty – blazer vests are THE layering piece of the forthcoming season. You can wear them with nearly everything.
Seen at Antonio Marras, Jil Sander, Phillip Lim, Proenza Schouler, Roberto Cavalli, Sportmax

Cargo trousers
These were already a trend in the 90s. The wide-cut pants are very comfy and can look both sporty and elegant depending on the styling.
Seen at Alberta Ferretti, Alexander Wang, Coach, Fendi, Phillip Lim, Ralph Lauren


Still up to date: Cowboy Boots

Cowboy boots


Cowboy Boots
The days when our boots were just black are long gone. Already last year, nothing went without cowboy boots. And whether you like it or not, in 2019 we will keep those stylish and comfy boots in our wardrobe.
Seen at Alberta Ferretti, Fendi, Ganni, Isabel Marant, Ralph Lauren

Crochet
From crochet, lace and fishnet details to macramee applications, everything is possible this season.
Seen at Alexander McQueen, Chloé, Missoni, Oscar de la Renta, Ports 1961, Sonia Rykiel, Victoria Beckham

Cycling shorts
Combined with elegant blazers, the tight-fitting pants from cycling are currently conquering the wardrobes of mainly young fashion bloggers.
Seen at Chanel, Fendi, Jil Sander, Prada, AF Vanderforst, MSGM, Roberto Cavalli, Vivetta, Alexander Wang und Maryam Nassir Zadeh

Style it elegant or masculine

Overalls
The fastest way to be stylish and fully dressed this season! From elegant to sporty to masculine. Extra tip: Combine it with high-heeled summer sandals!
Seen at Acne Studios, Celine, Dries van Noten, Hermès, Iceberg, Isabel Marat, Jil Sander, Louis Vuitton, Max Mara, Sportmax, Stella McCartney

Print mix
“More is more!” is the only styling rule here. So just do them as you like it.
Seen at Balenciaga, Carolina Herrera, Chloé, Etro, Louis Vuitton, Marni, Michael Kors, Paco Rabanne, Roberto Cavalli, Versace

Suits
Whether classically elegant, brightly colored, oversized or with sophisticated details – everything is possible.
Seen at Acne Studios, Alberta Ferretti, Balenciaga, Boss, Escada, Emporio Armani, Gucci

And now take your seat to experience the Spring-Summer 2019 shows of the most popular designers firsthand as if you were seated in the front row.


Take a look at the top designer’s shows

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