Six fashion trends for summer 2019

The catwalks of Milan, London and Paris have decided the trends, and now they’ve been brought to the high street. Make some space in your wardrobe as we take a look at six of the hot picks for this summer.

1. Mellow yellow

Summer vibes come alive with yellow, especially the glorious golden, sunny yellow that is marigold. Brandon Maxwell, Oscar De La Renta and Carolina Herrera are paving the way with happy marigold dresses on the runway. This is a look that will brighten your day and instantly uplift your mood this summer.

2. Neon Dreams

Bright neon colours have been making a comeback thanks to celebrities like Kim Kardashian. You’re sure to make a statement with neon, whatever highlighter shade you choose. What’s more, block colours are totally on trend for 2019. The sky’s the limit with colour blocking, so go for understated and sophisticated with monochrome or pastels, or daring and vivacious with bright tones and crazy neon colour mixes.

3. On Your Bike

Cycling shorts aren’t just for the bike fanatics. Chanel made a debut with shiny cycling shorts, while Stella McCartney has added a floral twist for 2019. Meanwhile, Prada has upped the ante with various prints, showing there’s something for every personality and style when it comes to cycling shorts that have been revamped for this season.


4. Animal Instincts

Animal prints continue to be a firm favourite, following from the leopard print trend from last season. With a range of midi dresses at https://www.axparis.com/collections/midi-dresses you’re spoilt for choice for styles to show your wild side.

5. ’70s Crochet

This ’70s, craft-inspired trend is scorching for summer, whether as a one piece, separate or accessory. Sales across numerous retailers have boomed thanks to influencer and social media endorsements in conjunction with luxury brand promotion of this bohemian trend. While the focus has been on monochrome, you can rock the look with a splash of colour for summer.

6. Feathering with Fringe

Tom Ford brings silk, Gucci brings sequins and Longchamp brings leather. From fringes on a distressed denim jacket and fringes on cowboy boots to fringes and tassels on tops, bags and skirts – it’s all about swishing and sashaying with fringe this season for a carefree vibe that makes a statement.