Latest Fashion Trends And Looks in 2022 You Need To Know About
I am very excited to see the fashion trends of Spring / Summer 2022. The mood was genuine optimism, but perhaps past seasons began with a desire (despair?) To dress up even in the least noticeable weekly grocery shopping sessions. These spring and summer outlooks have times and places to be extraordinarily great, but there is still a strong demand and the need for easy, simple, luxurious and gorgeous clothes and outfits in a hurry. There are places to go, viewers, and many ensembles to suit. So, on the one hand, there’s obviously a very clear shift to super-cheeky, upside-down garments, but there’s also a very chic and unobtrusive antithesis. It appeals to the whims and natural tendencies of modern shoppers that change their minds.
High-rise jeans may have dominated our closet for more than a decade, but as the fallen waist returns to the forefront of fashion consciousness, spring 2022 will be even more in the 2000s. They’re all about wearing your hips, so going low and hiding it under a long knit isn’t fashionable. Choose a cropped top for a complete 00’s drama.
What you see: (LR) Staud, Versace, Knwls-Cynthia Rowley, Victor Glemaud, Remain, Soulland, Rotate, Tom Ford
One of the most worn trends on this runway is the pleated skirt, with a few mini incarnations reminiscent of this summer’s most popular tennis skirt, but the SS22 is all pleated midi. There are no other rules. Paired with a printed, plain, colorful, solid, knit or bralet-as long as it has pleats, you will waste your money.
Seen: (LR) Rejina Pyo, COS & Erdem-and Sandy Liang
Next season, there is a new way to make metal sequins without using sequins. Sequins are often very bad for the environment. Instead, it is advisable to regain the brilliance with the brilliance of liquid metal. It incorporates a much more delicate and mature contemporary sparkle. These shiny dreams, predominantly (but not exclusive) in gold and silver, create a sensation of melted metal, with gorgeous shimmering fabrics appearing to cascade around the body.
As you can see: (LR) Paul & Joe, Fendi & Peter Do – and Tom Ford, Khaite, Bora Aksu & Versace
The pleated skirt may be midi next season, but everyone else has raised the hem to a smaller length. These are the minis that supermodels of the 90’s would have been proud of, with more than half of their thighs under short fabric. Choose a superstatement color, print, or fabric to ensure that the skirt may be small, but still have a real impact.
Where to see: (LR) Prada, Dior, Versace, and Moschino and Max Mara
The suit may have been off the fashion radar for several months as parts of the country moved from home to work in loungewear. Next season, the old classic will come back with revenge. With refreshing whites and eye-catching accents-from waist ties to contrasting black hardware and bold shoulders, these are pieces that make your chances of returning to work much more bearable.
Where to see: (LR) Teatum Jones, Peter Do, Proenza Schouler-and Baum und Pferdgarten, Holzweiler, Erdem, Michael Kors
Tights are a staple of many winter wardrobes, but few people are thinking a bit about getting their feet ready in the summer. We are happy if they are covered with SPF and not overheated. But next season, feather-decorated thigh-high boots, lace leggings, and embroidered hosiery will be the protagonists.
As you can see: (LR) Nensi Dojaka, Yuhan Wang, David Koma
STRAP IT UP
Accents with straps have been popular over the past few seasons, but will be in full swing from the summer of 2022. Whether it’s a top with multiple straps on the shoulders and décolletage, pants with a cross-shaped waistband on the abdomen, or both, next season you’ll need to avoid the annoying tanning lines and greet the straps.
What you see: (LR) Elleme, Rejina Pyo, Nensi Dojaka, and Altuzarra, Jonathan Simkhai, Knwls, Supriya Lele
If you like beige tones, look away now. There is nothing in the wardrobe wallflower among us. Neon yellow could be one of the hottest shades next summer. An even more intense message? It is especially magnificent when worn from head to toe.
What you see: (LR) David Koma, Prada, Richard Quinn, and Erdem, Emilia Wickstead, COS
Snippets are not new news. They were a few seasons ago, but have proven to be much more durable than we first gave them credit. This is certainly a good thing-no? It’s costly and eco-friendly, so the happier you’re wearing the item, the wiser it’s to get in, as there are notches everywhere in the item and it doesn’t look like you’re going fast anywhere. ..
Locations: (LR) Elleme, Jonathan Simkhai, Supriya Lele-In addition, Fashion East’s Michael Kors, Christian Siriano, Nensi Dojaka, Mark Fast, Yuhan Wang, David Koma, Maximillian
It’s been a while since the ultra-traditional feminine items caught the attention of the industry, with subdued shades and androgynous styles gaining momentum each season. But next summer, airy fabrics and pretty shades of pink (from pastel to candy, rosé and fuchsia) will make an interesting and playful differentiation in the fashion industry.
Seen: (LR) Simone Rocha, Paul & Joe & Bora Aksu – and Prabal Gurung
Next season, the biggest and most voluminous tote bags are sweeping the world of handbags, so it’s time to officially end your romantic relationship with microbags. Great news for those of us with endless “essentials” who have struggled to pack into small little pockets over the past few years. Not very good news for our attitude.
As you can see: (LR) Richard Quinn, Max Mara & Tory Burch