5 fashion trends to look forward to in 2018

Published: January 12, 2018
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As we walk in 2018, new trends will be taking over our fashion feeds. But don’t worry, you won’t be late jumping on to the bandwagon. We’ve compiled a list of the most happening fashion trends to look forward to this year.

Stock your wardrobe with fringes, pastel shades and athleisure outfits to make a fashionable statement in 2018!

1) Sweet pastels

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Summertime hues take a pastel route, while giving a much-needed break to florals and primary colours. So the next time you find yourself colour co-ordinated with an ice-cream in hand, don’t sweat it.

2) Fringe fever

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Never really gone from your line of vision, this culturally rich trend is back. It has come a long way from being the glamours add-ons of the 1920s to the casual identities of the 1970s. Modern-day fashion keeps reinventing fringes, always in a refreshed avatar. 2018 is no exception.

3) Athletic leisurewear goes retro

PHOTO: DNA MAGAZINE

PHOTO: DNA MAGAZINE

The sporty trend is ready to reign 2018. Nostalgia is the driving force here and wearability – the X-factor. Relaxed, luxurious and a hint of old-school vibes is the new go-to for millennial.

4) Denims go dark

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PHOTO: FILE

Dark denims are back from the millennium. You can try this trend in a head-to-toe look, a two-piece or a denim dress. Just balance it out with the right accessories and footwear, and you are good to go.

5) Being utilitarian with fanny packs

PHOTO: INSTYLE

PHOTO: INSTYLE

Take cues from the likes of Kendall Jenner, Bella Hadid, who have all been spotted sporting fanny packs. There wearable pouches are having a major comeback in a sleeker, smarter avatar.

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