The 1980s fashion is back in a big way. That's why fashionistas all over the world are bringing the puff sleeves back. Personally, whenever I hear the word "puff" attached to anything (especially sleeves), I think of Drew Barrymore's shiny pink prom dress in Never Been Kissed. But fear not—this is not 2018's plan. The street style crowd isn't wearing billowing bubblegum-pink tinfoil just yet, but rather shirts and dresses with dramatic oversized shoulders and sleeves. When said silhouettes are voluminous at the top and cuffed at the wrist, it's technically called a leg-of-mutton sleeve. And it's technically one of the few '80s trends I can imagine wearing.
Today you gonna find out how you should wear the off-shoulder dresses trend in 2018. With a hint of the Bohemian about it, the current off-the-shoulder trend is one of the hottest looks this season and there’s no reason why everyone shouldn’t join in. The off-the-shoulder dress looks endlessly versatile and extremely popular. Modern hobo-style designs are hugely popular, especially in the mini-dress, and there are lots to choose from. At first, baring our shoulders felt like a throwback to another time, but now, it’s so trendy and seen so often that it has started to feel more modern and fresh. Off-the-shoulder dresses are flirty, cute, and really versatile, and I kind of think it’s a trend that’s going to stick around for a decent amount of time. So why not embrace it?
The future is female! Hot off the runway the power suit trend is quickly emerging this season. In a time of political unrest, designers are strongly vocalizing their support for female power through design. The modern power suit is feminine and fun.
When the temperatures inch toward 90 degrees, there’s nothing better to throw on than a trusty, breathable summer dress. This season, more so than usual, there happens to be a plethora of options and decades to cull inspiration from.
Creating beautiful work outfits and mastering your office style is so much easier with a little know-how, that's why I am here to help you out by showing these amazing work Summer outfit ideas to try in 2018. From now on, you can stop wondering what to wear to work to look as stylish as you do outside the office. All you need is to find your perfect mix of office-appropriate dresses, shoes, skirts, bags, and sweaters. Whether your job is ultra-corporate or incredibly creative, my tips might help you land the corner office you deserve. So, what are you waiting for, get on board!
With so much occupying our attention come summer—vacations to plan, money moves to make, and poolside pics to 'gram—you've got to plan your wardrobe strategically. The spring 2018 runways, from Dior to Tibi, recognized this and offered plenty of inspiration for wearing one of the easiest, no-nonsense silhouettes known to fashion-kind: the jumpsuit. Like it or not, but this one-piece garment is going to make you look very special this year.
What dresses we will wear this 2018? The trends for this year suggest various styles, colors and patterns. With a constant thread: a nostalgic penchant for vintage styles. Like the pretty 50s style dresses worn by Saoirse Ronan in Brooklyn, or the patterns sported by Duchess Sarah Ferguson in the 80s. A strong-hued déjà-vu with a few pastel tones. Dresses have become a staple for many during the warmer months. Not only do dresses allow your skin to breathe (which is key when there's heat and humidity), but they're versatile, too, as celebrity stylist Molly Dickson pointed out.
For many of us, warmer weather means a switch to more casual outfits. We still want to look fashionable, though — and layering is one of the best ways to add style to any basic outfit, whatever the season. We're huge fans here of the classic women's denim jacket as an essential layering piece. Worn over a dress or shorts, a jean jacket can elevate your summer outfit, without sacrificing its easy, breezy vibe. On cool summer nights, a denim jacket also makes a great, cozy top layer, whether you're dressing for a date, or going out with girlfriends. Here are our favorite ways to wear a jean jacket this summer, inspired by street style fashion.
It's easy to overlook the quiet charms of a penny-plain white shirt. Sober, sophisticated, it's the ideal distillation of the grown-up mood at the heart of this season's style - and the perfect antidote to summer's pom-pom-festooned, look-at-me beachwear. That doesn't mean it has to feel unimaginative. Seek out couture-like silhouettes (a tonic for workaday cotton) and pair with long, lean tailoring. Cue your easy, breezy summer wardrobe solution - and six ways to wear it now.
In 2018, we see the corporate wear culture moving from the traditional suit and tie to more individualistic attire – such as blazers paired with chinos or jeans. This means that a good selection of blazers is a must-have for 2018, so make sure you have a versatile selection in your wardrobe.