2016 is almost midway, and the trends are beginning to take shape, especially in the fashion industry. From shoes and dresses to fashion jackets and blouses, the remaining half of 2016 is expected to have massive changes in fashion trends. Here are the trends that are going to be big in 2016.
A silky, slinky dress will bring out the sexiness in you. This feminine silhouette pop up has begun to grow in popularity lately, and it’s going to be more and more popular in the later stages of 2016. Invest in a pretty gold metallic, classic black style, or one with the pop of color.
Metallics are one of the trends that used to rock some years back and they’re slowly coming back to the fashion industry. Therefore, if you have one in your closet, better pull it out and start preparing to rock with it. You can combine this trend with metallics in your bag, shoes, clothes or even nail polish.
Bell sleeve tops come out good when worn with pencil skirts, shorts, and jeans as well. They are on the fashion projection for 2016. A plain bell sleeve top is always great and sexy.
While the heeled mule stole the show in 2015, this year, things are changing, and trends are bending towards the flat mule. The slip-on style is pretty easy to wear with cropped or cuffed jeans. You can combine it with a leopard, suede, velvet, or black tasseled pair to get an elegant look.
The mention of suede takes the mind to the old school days. However, this year, the button-down suede jackets, skirts, and accessories will set the trend. You can create a streamlined look by wearing these pieces with classic silhouettes or with a bit of boho flair.
Romantic Maxi Dresses
This is another old school fashion that is expected to trend in 2016. If you didn’t dress the flowered dress during your childhood days, then the Romantic Maxi Dresses is the next trend for you. The flowy maxi dress can be styled in different ways. It’s all down to your creativity.
There you have them; The Trends That Are Going to Be Big in 2016. Start preparing if you are a person who likes to keep up with fashion.