While we may be firmly in the swing of colder seasons with our wardrobes all set for Fall, the most recent catwalks have been tantalising us with an array of summery pieces for SS19. From delicate lace and beige hues to a distinctly 80s vibe, these new season trends will be infiltrating your wardrobe before you know it. 


Beige Hues

Keep things pared back and understated with a palette of chic beige hues, as seen all over the runways for SS19. From Jil Sander to Tom Ford, these soft caramel shades exude pure luxury. Wear head to toe for maximum impact.  


Luxe Lace

Delicately pieced into everything from blouses at Victoria Beckham to trailing maxi skirts at Off-White, next season’s lace is less ladylike more contemporary cool. Imagined in bright block colours or juxtaposed with sporty separates, lace is the trim de jour for SS19. 


90s Bucket Hats

There was a definite nostalgia for the 90s in the air on the runways this season, with bucket hats making a return to the limelight. From monochrome Hawaiian print at Alexa Chung to multi-coloured geometric motifs at Michael Halpern, the bucket hat is the easiest way to nail the new season trends. 


Zesty Lime 

From a 70’s inspired satin green two piece at Richard Malone to statement lime hues at Emilia Wickstead, it seems lime green is the latest must-have shade. Neon colours have been popping up for a while now, as illustrated by Kim Kardashian in her fluorescent green Versace mini in August. This statement-making shade has a club-kid vibe that feels fun for the new season ahead. 


Bubble Hems

The classic 80s silhouette is back for SS19, with the bubble hem making a notable comeback. From Richard Quinn’s leopard party gowns to a less-extreme version of the bubble shape at Burberry, this retro cut feels fresh and feminine for next Summer. 

Haikure The key trends for SS19
Haikure The key trends for SS19
Haikure The key trends for SS19

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