Your Ultimate Guide to SS19 Fashion Trends and Color Palette

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By Yasmine Dawood

Spring/Summer 2019 is coming up with all its magic and diversity that shows in every piece. It goes all the way from the shades of beige to mixing up prints and colors in the most creative and exquisite way. Warm colors are taking a big place this spring, which somehow reminds us of the fall colors, but this time the designers are bringing it back with a little twist.

So, let’s give some attention to the color palettes before getting into the fashion trends.

Fiesta

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Simone Rocha, Acne studio, and Gucci proved that fiesta can never go wrong no matter what your style is.

Jester Red

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Autumnally? maybe. Forever trendy? Indeed.

Turmeric

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I think orange might truly be the new black.

Living coral

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One of the few colors that fit literally every skin tone.

Pink Peacock

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When you bring back your favorite shade of pink with a bold retouch.

Pepper stem

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After all, spring is our flower season.

Aspen Gold

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Your perfect excuse to unapologetically shine.

Princess blue

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Oh, and don’t forget to wear your invisible crown.

Toffee

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Never goes out of style.

Mango Mojito

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When cheerfulness and deliciousness get combined.

Terrarium Moss

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No, it does not have to be under the army theme. Now you can wear it in spring!

Sweet Lilac

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Pretty sweet, actually.

 

With colors now no longer a problem, let’s move on to the SS19 fashion trends.

Shades of beige

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In spring 2009’s fashion week, the beige color proved itself to be extremely popular and trendy. Now, in spring 2019’s fashion week, we saw 50 shades of beige including coffee, camel, and cinnamon colored garments. I guess we always get back to nudes no matter how much time has passed, even if it’s literally a decade.

California dreaming

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Shark fever alert, everyone! Jaws 2’s poster was a great inspiration for Raf Simons with Calvin Klein. Real surfer girls kicked off the runway with their surfing inspired garments by Etro in Milan. As for Paris, statement gowns were created by the magical Marine Serre using recycled wetsuits.  

Change of lace

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Some of us have always believed that lace is one of the most feminine of fabrics. However, this spring is different. Victoria Beckham, Christopher Kane, and Erdem showed us how lace can be creatively reworked by dicing and slicing it to turn it to more manly forms.

All the trimmings

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Feathers and fringes are the heart and soul of partywear. The Great Gatsby, you may be thinking. Well, what do you think about a little retouch that perfectly fits our SS19 runway? This season Givenchy, Valentino, Richard Quinn, No.21, MSGM, and Loewe pulled up feather trims to a whole new level.

Get into print

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Florals were our typical answer when we hear both words; print and spring. But as we said earlier, this spring is different! Our loved designers thought that it’s time to grant some other prints the spotlight this season. Balenciaga, Versace, and Dolce & Gabbana showed us their magic by fearlessly mixing up prints and creating some exquisite pieces.

Fruity suiting

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Escada, Balenciaga, Roksanda, Peter Pilotto, and Boss found a way to boost your dressing’s energy even when it comes to suits you wear on a daily basis to work. As for the shoes, you got all the options from white sneakers to the highest heels you’ve got.

Bleach treatment

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Bleached denim and strong shoulders, wow! I can already feel the power coming out! Another thing I can feel; the eighties! And both are still trendy and growing stronger than ever. This season, Proenza Schouler, Isabel Marant, Off-White, Celine, and Balmain kicked it off with acid washed denim that totally caught my eyes.

WE SAID THIS: No need to worry about the fashion police now!

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