Brighter, bolder and embellished. They’re the top trends we’re seeing this week on Aussie and international city streets. Hang on to your appliqued, textured hats for this weeks’ top trends.
If fashion week attendees the world over are anything to go by, the most exciting alternative to embroidery or embellishment this season is texture. Manipulated fabric that folds, layers and drapes can leave you looking like a walking, talking piece of art.
A little customisation can go a long way, folks. The neck scarf has seen a resurgence this year, but we’re now spotting less around necks and more around your accessories.
Street style stars are playing favourites with thigh-high boots in striking colours. Forget neutrals – if you’re going to stand out anyway, you might as well really stand out.
If you’re looking for a departure from denim without sacrificing structure, corduroy is your new best friend. As is the case with double denim, doubling up on corduroy can give your outfit that extra edge.
Hardware is here to stay! Embellished accessories and key wardrobe pieces can add some much-needed dimension to your outfit.
The style set has worked hard to revive the reputation of the once cringe-inducing bumbag, so this accessory trend isn’t likely to disappear anytime soon.
Forget conventional wisdom about men’s shorts finishing at the knee – temperatures are rising, and hemlines are following suit.
Need to wean yourself off from the off the inescapable off-the-shoulder trend that has dominated the year? Baring one shoulder is subtle sexiness at its best.