Each season designers and stylists set fashion trends for styles, colors, silhouettes, and fabrics for women’s designer clothing. Bold colors, florals, sequin, glitter, stripes and chess, and transparent fabrics are trendy in summer 2018.
Fashion Trends and Colors and Shades
This summer yellow is a trendy color, and designers such as Carolina Herrera, Elle Saab, and Ralph Russo feature yellow in their collections. Candy is also a trendy color this summer, featured in the collections of designers such as Ralph Russo, Preen, Channel, and others. Gucci, Dior, and Versace showcase women’s wear with animal print. These trends are in style in Canada as well. Saturated colors also appear in women’s designer clothing this year, including ruby red, luxe purple, canary yellow, and others. While red and pink are considered clashing colors, this is also a trendy combination, for example, a red blouse and a pink skirt or pants. If you want to start small, you can choose a red dress or skirt and a pink hat, purse, or another accessory. Stripes, fringes, floral fabrics, and even plastic are trendy in spring and summer 2018.
Shapes and Silhouettes
Monograms and other symbols are prominent this year, including the OG symbol, interlocking F and G, and the double G.
Trench coats of the peek-a-boo type appear in many collections in summer 2018. Designers also feature trench coats with straps and pockets as well as coats mad from vinyl. Trench coats come in different colors and shades, including red, grey, dark blue, pink, and others. Pencil skirts are also fashionable and easily match with a pair of sneakers or flats for a more informal, party, and out-of-office look. Designers feature pencil skirts in black, red, and other colors. Dark-wash denim is trendy again, and you can easily pair it with a denim shirt or jacket. A pair of high heels and a dark-wash denim dress is also a great combination for more informal occasions. Designers feature mid rise straight jeans and shaping skinny jeans, matched with denim shirts and blouses in different colors.
Canadian Designers Setting Clothing Trends
Canadian designers such as Christopher Bates, Hendrixroe, and others showcase military-style clothing such as metallic jackets and military-style jackets. When it comes to formal wear, wearing a multi-colored pantsuit is a way to impress and make a bold statement. Suits in more subtle and muted colors are also trendy and ideal for formal occasions and work settings. Whether working as a lawyer, CEO, or bank manager, a suit in more muted colors, combined with a pair of heels and accessories in red, blue, or yellow, makes for the perfect combination. Fashion houses such as Unttld (https://www.unttld.ca/) feature suits in subdued and muted colors while designer Tara Rivas experiments with and showcases multicolored pantsuits. Unttld features custom-printed pencil skirts, Japanese stretch crepe skirts, shirt dresses made from striped chiffon and black crepe, and one sleeve, sari-type formal dresses. Formal dresses with maxi sleeves are also featured in this year’s collection, fitted with self-tie ribbons at the waist and neck. Speaking of pants and trousers, you can opt for slim fit trousers, trousers with white and black stripes, Japanese stretch crepe slim trousers, or high-waisted pants. Pants and trousers are made from different fabrics and combinations of fabrics, including polyester and triacetate, and fitted with zippers, silver metal rings, and other details.