Top 5 trends to try right now

Top 5 trends to try right now

Many people fear trying out new trends because they think that fashion has gone completely mad and stopped making sense. But we know that haute couture is art and inspiration above all, while ready-to-wear is more about real life. Obviously, you shouldn’t just introduce everything designers propose to your wardrobe, but it’s always helpful to watch which shapes, fits, colors, and textures are in vogue. In the previous digests, we have already explored the latest runway showes and taken a look at the stylish shoes. Now it’s time to get inspired by something closer to life. Keep scrolling!

It’s still spring, so the weather can be quite unpredictable. ‘Tis the perfect season for quilted stuff. Try sewing quilted jackets, coats, and even dresses and skirts. Gotta love a trendy Romy quilted bomber jacket with faux-leather Nell pants and a spacious slouchy Yuki handbag. You might need a Villanelle coat for fall.

Fuzzy knits look extra comfy but not sloppy. Trendy and cozy, what’s not to like? The best patterns for this idea are the Sonoya sweater, Arwen skirt, and Jelena dress.

This combo isn’t weird at all – a skirt worn over a pair of trousers looks fresh and cool. Give it a try, and wear a combo of the Blair skirt, Sage pants, Nancy blazer, and Kaia blouse.

Curved puff sleeves are officially back. They will accentuate your waist and become a gorgeous accent to your look. For spring, try pairing an Aveline blazer with Kristen trousers. For autumn – a Gail puffer jacket with Daphna trousers.

Furry bags are super fun. They are able to shake all the seriousness off your sleek and put-together outfits and look amazing paired even with a flowy dress. Go shopping in a Mavia dress with a Sora bag.

Use this guide to create simple and trendy outfits. And check out Vikisews sewing patterns – we’re always here if you need to renew your wardrobe staples or sew some hot statement garments.

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