5 current trends to incorporate in your wardrobe

Published: September 12, 2019
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PHOTO: FILE

PHOTO: FILE

KARACHI: The weather is changing. This means it’s time to invest in some transitional items that can be mixed and matched into different outfits. If you’re looking to amp up your wardrobe, look no further than some of our favourite celebrities sporting key trends.

Think leather pants with a casual T-shirt as demonstrated by none  other than fashion ‘it’ girl Kendall Jenner. Silk midi skirts paired with a light knit are all the rage this season too. And of course, how can we forget black and gold traditional wear which has been making waves too.

Let’s take a look at some of the celebrities who made our style cut this week.

The bucket hat 

PHOTO: INSTAGRAM/GIGI HADID

PHOTO: INSTAGRAM/GIGI HADID

American-Palestinian model Gigi Hadid ain’t slowing down with her striking fashion sense that gets most of social media talking. Known for setting trends, the star recently posted a cute picture sporting a bucket hat. In case you didn’t notice, bucket hats were trending earlier on in the year too and now Gigi is bringing them back in style.

PHOTO: INSTAGRAM/ANISA STOFFEL

PHOTO: INSTAGRAM/ANISA STOFFEL

Keep this look casual by wearing a plain white shirt or jazz it up with overalls and chunky gold necklaces like Gigi. Modest fashion blogger Anisa Stoffel also paired this style with some cute rectangular sunglasses and a high-necked top.

Leather pants

PHOTO: INSTAGRAM/TRIBUNE EDIT

PHOTO: INSTAGRAM/TRIBUNE EDIT

Leather is super chic and goes in and out of fashion but how you incorporate the item into your outfit is the real deal-breaker. Kendall Jenner is revamping the fad with baggy pants and a casual white tee. The Kardashian stunner rocked this trendy style with utmost panache and we think it made for a perfect weekend look.

The silk midi skirt

PHOTO: INSTAGRAM/MEHRYN TIWANA

PHOTO: INSTAGRAM/MEHRYN TIWANA

Oh la la! The long satin skirt has been a trend from the start of the year. Super savvy blogger and stylist Mehryn Tiwana got this on point and created a super cute look by adding a light knit and heels. We especially love how she mixed different shades of orange, making the ensemble streamlined yet elegant.

Fashion galore: The stars who made our style cut this week

PHOTO: INSTAGRAM/SHAHD BATAL

PHOTO: INSTAGRAM/SHAHD BATAL

If orange isn’t your thing, check out rising modest fashion blogger Shahd Batal in an ivory and grey ensemble but with runners. You can mix comfort with a bit of class, because this look is so versatile!

The black and gold traditional

PHOTO: INSTAGRAM/MAWRA HOCANE

PHOTO: INSTAGRAM/MAWRA HOCANE

Mawra Hocane understands how to work with traditional wear and we love her recent snap donning a black and gold shalwar kameez set. Exuding some serious desi yet Cleopatra vibes, Mawra also played down the look with simple tan sandals. A low bun and fresh face spoke understated elegance! Keep an eye out for these kinds of traditional styles because they seem to be popping up recently and it’s a perfect staple item for your wardrobe.

Forget neon for power suits 

PHOTO: INSTAGRAM/T EDIT

PHOTO: INSTAGRAM/T EDIT

Yes, you read that right! Neon is out and more basic shades are back in. Yet, power suits are still a key trend and we are loving how much we can mix and match with this style. The Girl on the Train star Emily Blunt stepped out in this crimson stunner at the Tory Burch fashion show and we simply can’t get enough. Tailored yet long and loose, the Hollywood actor knew how to create a new look on a style that’s been seen on celebrities far and wide. A cute little bag and gold hoops exuded a trendy yet elegant vibe.

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