New Year New Trends

With the dawn of the New Year a good friend pointed out that we are now half way to 2030, definitely not one of the easier thoughts on the mind. Alas, have to fear because when the world ages on so do the trends. A entire new batch of your favorite fashion cookies are coming fresh out of the oven for you to taste. Some trends predicted to skyrocket to a staple in everyone’s closets are white lace, dark denim, gingham, and the classy black and white.

White lace, which is commonly associated with innocent childhood or elegant wedding dresses, can still have outstanding fashion qualities for the new era. It can be worn in a variety of weather and can convey different qualities depending on what you pair it with. Having a white lace shirt or casual dress allows for countless opportunities. A good match is the simple yet edgy black leather. A nice pair of leather pants or a favorite jacket can spice up the outfit and give you a sense of confidence that will make everybody else jealous for your style and aplomb.


A great match to combine with or rival the lace is dark denim. Trousers and skinny jeans come in just about every color imaginable but for a classy yet casual look dark is always the way to go. Slipping on these pants will be as easy as one two three when you can pair them with just about everything. They will look great with your favorite purse, the new top you bought at the mall, or the old blazer in the back of your closet.

Also taking on the trend climb is gingham. The traditional checkered cloth is pushing it’s way back up through the ages of the 50’s where Elvis Presley, Rosa Parks, and Marilyn Monroe were all the rage. More and more celebrities have been seen wearing more modern fashion styles with the old school print. Rihanna was even seen wearing a light pink gingham blazer and slit pencil skirt at the MAC AIDS Fund premiere of the documentary It’s Not Over.

Another fan favorite for the New Year is black and white; the staples of a wardrobe thrown together in a new outfit. You can easily mix solids like a black pant and white blouse or you can mix it up with some pattern. Lastly you can add an accent color to add dimension to your black and white scheme. In the end you can never go wrong with black and white!



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