Of course, trends aren’t made to last forever. Each trend always comes with an expiration date. Every year, certain fashions rise to stardom, infiltrating our closets and Instagram feeds. And then, so as to make way for the new, these supernovas gradually dim and collapse. It’s the circle of sartorial life. As you will see this is the list of 10 fashion trends that served us well in 2016, but they can’t go with us in 2017. As we told you yesterday, we have another 5 trends that popular in 2016. But they can’t go with us in 2017. Here are 5 another trends that you need to throw it out!
Poorly Destroyed Denim
DIY distressed jeans for the most part is good. Exposing random patches of your rear end for no apparent reason? Kylie Jenner and Taylor Hill pioneered this impractical trend — since, you know, neither has to deal with chilly, bacteria-laden subway seats or office dress codes. A few of their brave followers tried it on for size.
Furry Gucci Slides
Gucci cemented its status as one of the world’s hottest brands. Among the Italian luxury house’s greatest triumphs were its fur-lined Princetown loafers. Part shaggy slipper, part prim loafer, these beautiful bourgeois objects graced the feet of every in-the-know fashion editor, blogger and celebrity. That said, fur, even when it’s not harvested problematically, is notoriously difficult to clean.
Chokers used to popular once in 90s. And in 2016 chokers exploded onto the scene like never before. Every woman are wearing chokers as their favorite accessory, there was certainly enough variety to keep the choker love alive. Then things got weird. New takes on the accessory seem less inventive, more desperate to stand out from the crowd. Perhaps it’s time to move on to something truly different. But don’t worry, for people who in love with it, you can wear it for a while before welcome the new trend of accessory is coming.
Faux Septum Rings
In 2016, Septum rings have become the noses of fashion girls everywhere. An accessory that was once unconventional became commonplace, especially after some brilliant jeweler realized that this new snug generation of septum ring could hold its own, no needle required. But like a fake Fendi, faux septum rings lack the mystique of the real, painfully begotten thing — at least in our humble opinion.
This year we can call the year of dad hats. The celebrities like Hailey Baldwin, Kylie and Kendall Jenner, Gigi and Bella Hadid and many, many more embraced the trend. Rihanna, a staunch dad hat supporter, recently wore one to the FNAAs. RiRi, we see your case, but we’re calling this one. We predict 2017 to be the year of brims and berets.
Enough for these trends. As we see on many runways, new trends are coming for 2017 already. In 2017, we will play with color and texture — statement necklaces, arm cuffs and raw stones tho. So, all you need to know for now is, what will come in 2017? And Happy New Year for all!