Fashion is about dressing according to what’s fashionable. Style is more about being yourself.”

                                             —Oscar de la Renta

Have you witnessed fashion moments that were so bizarre to even look at but actually turned into a fashion trend? While you were lazing around in winters reading your favourite book, watching your favourite set of holiday movies and enjoying your delicious hot chocolate, designers like Prabal Gurung, Marc Jacobs, Sara Battaglia, Louis Vuitton, Valentino, Oscar de la Renta, Chanel, Versace, Carolina Herrera, Stella McCartney, Michael Kors and Christian Louboutin were designing their collections for Spring/Summer 2019 filled with trends that would rule our wardrobes throughout the year.

So, while you sit down dumbstruck deciding what you should wear this year, Ciceroni brings you the list of 10 top fashion trends that will dominate 2019. Will you wear them?

Read on….

1. Colors

Coral- the color of the year has already taken over our closets in style. Not to mention are the designers like Brandon Maxwell, Elisabetta Franchi, Peter Pilotto who filled their spring/summer 2019 collections with this peachy pink shade. Also trending this year are shades like dusty rose pink, neon, terranium moss and toffee brown. From flared trousers and tulle skirts to wrap dresses and cocktail gowns, color pop your wardrobes with these colors to kick off 2019 in style.

Picked your color palette yet?



2. Tie – Dye

Another inescapable trend in 2019 is tie-dye. Popular textile printing technique in India- tie-dye is organic, bohemian and contemporary. Designers like Prabal Gurung, Miuccia Prada, Zoe Latta and Stella McCartney did find new ways to adopt this trend. It’s time to replace your monotone summer apparels with the colorful tie-dye ones.

3. Mixed Prints and Graphic Stripes

Who said you cannot wear multiple prints together? Go ahead and wear outfits that have mixed prints or graphic stripes without fear. Be it the playful graphic striped dresses or the flirty maxi gowns with florals and polka dots, this trend will keep your style game up the radar all year long.


4. Crochet

Finding something for that luxe, beach-side dinner? There’s nothing better than a crochet lace maxi gown or a crochet shift dress or a crochet cardigan. Designers like Versace, Oscar de la Renta, Caroline Herrera and Michael Kors went overboard with trendy crochet ensembles that you can sport all year long. Wouldn’t you pair your favorite red dress with crochet ankle boots?


5. Scarf print

Iconic Italian fashion house Versace can be credited as being the starting point of the obsession with scarf prints. Scarves have always been chic. Tie around the neck or over your head or pick a dress or a skirt with scarf print, this trend will remind you of the 80’s fashion style.


6. Ruffles and Fringes

Get dolled up for an evening party with a long flowy maxi or a mini- dress with layers, frills, ruffles or fringes. Designers who played with ruffles and fringes at their spring/ summer collection 2019 were Marc Jacobs, Christian Dior, Dolce and Gabbana and Valentino.


7. Suits

Suits may not be the newest trend we have heard so far, but this power dress calls for more this year. From corporate meetings to evening dinners, suits this year are more feminine in their tailoring than those that were focused on masculine silhouettes.


8. Bows

Designers like Emilia Wickstead to Erdem have made bows a trend this year. Bow decorated sleeves, waists, necklines and backs will get you through the party season in style. Bows will be the most trending detail on apparels this summer. Have you got your bow yet?


9. Boiler Suit

Gone are the days when playsuits and jumpsuits were the go- to trend. This year, boiler suits considered as work attire, has replaced the playsuits and jumpsuits with a fashionable spin. Team up your boiler suit with a sleek pair of heels to get your look stylish for any occasion.


10. Puffy Sleeves

Puffy Sleeve trend have made a comeback this year, only bigger and bolder. Whether you are a minimalist whose wardrobe is filled with a bunch of subtle statement pieces or a maximalist, who loves to push boundaries and is experimental, the trend has all that fits your aesthetic.


This was our list of top run-down trends that will keep you in trend all year.