The minimalist natural beauty look is defining many current styles, with earthy tones and neutral hues coming in as a top trend this season.
Warm browns and tans capture natural beauty while still managing to be mixed and matched. “Unlike other dark neutrals, it’s easy to mix shades of brown in one outfit,” (Besser, Vogue).
Whether it’s a styled monochrome fit or statement suede piece, the color brown is where it’s at.
Baggy pants with a wide leg are on the rise. It pairs well tucked into boots and an oversized trench coat perfects the look. Following the oversized look, the large boyfriend jacket or blazer creates great dimension and depth.
Tie-dye is hot right now, whether it’s a bright bag or a bleach-dyed sweatshirt, pairing this pattern with some other staple denims in your closet or a look with a skirt, you can’t miss with this trend.
While vintage is obviously back and better than ever, the Y2K look and simple 90’s fits are becoming the norm.
Don’t be scared to try the strange.
Try spicing it up with a full bold pantsuit, awesome boots, beaded pieces or embroidered thrifts; these often pull together a look that would otherwise be bland. Highlight them as the staple of the look by understating the other aspects and letting your thrift find shine.
Right now, Harry Styles has some pretty spectacular looks, some of them making it all the way to iconic. With a twist, Styles adds a level of the traditional “feminine” style to a majority of his bold looks, challenging masculinity and wearing what he pleases, and pulling it off too.
Princess Diana, whether on royal duties, or her free time, dressed to stun. She left a legacy of iconic looks from the dubbed “revenge dress” to the start of the athleisure look which consists of biker shorts and large sweatshirts.
Actress Marlene Dietrich had a unique style that focused on menswear or more commonly known now as the “androgynous look.” She often wore suits and blazers and helped pave the way for other women to begin wearing pants.