Are you looking to make a style statement this season? From popular springtime colours to art inspired footwear, there are plenty of ways to express yourself with these versatile trends.
If the continually hyped dad sneaker trend isn’t for you, why not make a statement in sculptured heels instead? From lucite and plastic wood-look finishes, there’s a statement heel to suit any personality. Sculptured heels seem to go hand in hand with the low-heel trend. With designers prioritising unique design over height, you won’t have to sacrifice comfort either.
There are so many ways to approach clashing prints without looking as though you got dressed in the dark. Start small with clashing accessories and shoes, or simply opt for different prints within the same colour. Printed and patterned clothing incorporating different shades of the same colour is a striking way to make a head-to-toe print clash work.
Locals are showing their eagerness for the festive season and stepping out in wine red spring garb. As deep reds are often associated with winter style, the pop of colour certainly makes a striking impression.
Front Row Favourites
From what we’ve seen on Aussie runways recently, big and bold seems to be key when it comes to accessories. Fuchsia tassel drop earrings might just be the perfect way to dress up an otherwise low-key outfit.
Yellow has been going strong all of 2018, and with summer just around the corner, we’re seeing even more of the year’s most spirit-lifting colour trend. Yellow pieces were the head-turners during Adelaide Fashion Festival runways last month for sure.
Street Stylers to Check Out
This London based street styler is a self-described “boy from the future in a post-apocalyptic world”. If you’re a fan of mixing high-end labels with affordable fashion, check out the many looks of Joel Gallucks.
When off-duty style is good, it’s really good. Adual is an Aussie based model who has an eye catching style that’s just as cool off the runway as when she’s professionally styled for being on it.
New Kid on the Block
Inspired by the street wear scene in Paris, Tokyo and New York, Jessica Kinnear recently launched JKIN. The label began with a collection of hats and bandanas and has since expanded to include apparel with a focus on quality and fit. We can’t wait to see what’s in store for this new kid on the block.
-See you next week for another spotlight on style-