With a new year, comes new fashion trends. Spring/Summer is around the corner and we are so ready for it! Especially after only having 24hrs of sunlight across the whole month of December, we are all very much in need of a vitamin D boost. Predicted from the runways this 22SS, we'll be seeing a hell of a lot of 90’s neons, Platform heels, luxe sheer fabrics, animal prints, low waisted pieces, big bags, metallics and cut outs.
High-waisted jeans and skirts have been ruling the lower body clothing market for quite some time now, it looks like we're heading back to the 90's and early naughties when low waisted garments were at the peak of fashion. This trend is making a huge return.
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Sky-High Platform Heels
Expect very high platforms that'll give you serious height. These are expected to come in a whole array of colours, geometric shapes and detailing. With all the to-die-for styles dropping in soon, there's, without a doubt, a pair for just about everyone to love.
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Large Bulky Bags
It's officially time to end our love affair with micro bags, as next season sees the biggest, bulkiest totes being ever so popular. Great news for those of us who like to have a Mary Poppins bag full of ‘essentials’ that we've been struggling to stuff in to our teeny, tiny bags over recent years. Great except, possibly, for our posture.
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Often, in the past, sequins were featured and favourited in metallic luxe garments - this season it's encouraged to get your shine via liquid metallic sheens: a far more grown-up, contemporary and environmentally friendly option. These luxurious, feminine fabrics will make you feel incredible, look super luxe and dazzling.
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Lace-up sandals continue to reign in 2022. Expect your Spring and Summer shoes to have vibrant colours and to make a major statement.
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A More Considered Choice of Shopping.
A trend that we're seeing more of is people shopping sustainably. They're looking for great quality items, buying in smaller quantities, purchasing resale pieces and looking for timeless classics that can be worn time and time again. We believe this is becoming a popular perspective due to those knowing and having interest in how much damage the larger fast fashion brands are causing to the planet. Not only that, but also satisfying self desires to express through fashion in a way that we know is better for the environment, whilst looking original.