The Resort 2019 Trends You Need to Know

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The Resort 2019 season has been filled with silhouettes, prints, and styles that haven’t been seen in years, if at all. The recent runway trends are unique and diverse, and will soon be making their way into the fashion market. According to Vogue, here are eight of the trends you’ll need to be looking out for:

The first trend is soft suiting. The Louis Vuitton Resort show featured structured blazers and vests layered over romantic dresses. This is a clash of the masculine and feminine and actually makes for an interesting look. The layering adds freshness and excitement to a typical piece of clothing.

The next trend is destination dressing. Designers like Joseph Altuzarra, Oliver Rousteing, and Balmain have filled runways with destination prints. One dress by Altuzarra is covered in what looks to be a picture of a hotel, with plants and scenery included.

The third trend is full-coverage outfits. Designers like Jil Sander and Gabriela Hearst have shown us that modest dressing can absolutely be fun, whether the outfit consists of bold stripes or crazy patterns. Pants and a turtleneck can be just as cool as a sparkly mini dress.

The fourth trend is all about beachwear. Runways have featured groovy tie-dyes and neon swimwear. Michael Kors and Tory Burch showed us the kind of loose beachy separates we’ll need for the summer.

The fifth trend focuses on proportion. Statement outerwear is being paired with short shorts and skirts. Rachel Comey’s collection showcased an outfit consisting of black short shorts, black thigh-high boots, and a lime green, oversized, floor-length printed jacket. A model for Dior walked down the runway in olive green short shorts and an olive green, printed trench coat.

The sixth trend emphasizes the importance of basics. You can layer all you want, but if the base of the outfit isn’t up to par, the rest of the outfit won’t work. Virgil Abloh layered delicate floral prints on a second-skin layer and Clare Wright Keller layered her Givenchy gowns on thin turtlenecks.

The seventh trend is really just the return of ‘60s prints. Miuccia Prada showed us trippy floral designs. Gucci brought back archival scarf prints.

Lastly, we have the lace trend. Dresses featured lace hems and insets, and lacy lingerie was paired with boots and heels. It looks like soon enough, nightwear and daywear will be discernible. If you can wear lingerie out of the house, then anything goes, right?

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