2018. The Year of self-care, a royal wedding and even more fashion trends that will send us hunting through our parents’ wardrobes. So, if you want to know what’s popular for the next 365 days, here are the trends that are here to stay. From 90’s fashion to rainbow food plates, this is your 18 in 18…
- Berets and baker boy caps.
The latest marker of a chic dresser, hats have become FANCY. If you don’t have one try Topshop or H&M
- Asymmetric skirts and dresses.
No, not the 2011 kind where your dress is unexplainably longer at the back. Think diagonal cut skirts, one shoulder tops, and dresses with uneven hems.
- 90s minimal.
Try a satin slip dresses, an oversized white shirt, check print everything. (Hit Egham High Street now to get your pick of the best charity shop gems)
- Daytime, casual glitter.
Because who doesn’t want to wear sparkles every day?
- Teddy coats.
The closest thing you can get to wearing a duvet to your 9am, these furry coats are here to stay.
- 60s florals.
Who doesn’t want to look like their nan’s curtains? For this trend, try pairing a large, bold floral blouse with a leather skirt, or clash it with a bright colour.
Pantone’s colour of 2018 is Ultra Violet, will we see a shift from millennial pink to millennial purple?
- Statement earrings.
Yes, you can still get away with those Pat Butcher-esque earrings.
- Dewy skin.
With the rise of cult brands like Glossier, this year is about healthy, glowing skin. Before your makeup start with a good skincare routine, and use an illuminating primer mixed into your foundation.
- Inclusive beauty
Following the example of Fenty Beauty in 2017, many brands will be looking ahead to this year by updating and extending their range of foundation and concealer shades.
- Cream face products.
It’s all about that base. Cream blusher, bronzer and highlighter will make your beauty routine super simple this year.
- Times Up.
You may have noticed the celebs wearing all black at the Golden Globes in support of this movement against sexual harassment. If you haven’t seen Oprah’s Cecil B. DeMille acceptance speech yet – do it now!
- Royal Wedding.
Windsor, 19th May. Get your finest on and get yourself to the castle, Harry’s getting married! Treat yourself to some roasted chicken and cry over the last handsome prince becoming unavailable.
- Reading Festival.
With no Glasto this year, for a staycation to remember, why not pop down the road to Reading Fest at the end of August.
Where to go:
- Seville, Spain.
Lonely Planet has voted this city as 2018’s top holiday destination. Need more convincing? Filming for Game of Thrones took place here!
What to eat:
Whether for health, animal or environmental reasons, becoming Vegan is still fashionable – why not try it for this month?
- Rainbow on a plate.
Try mixing up vegetables to create a palette on your plate. Everyone loves a dinner that they can Instagram!
- Avo on toast.
Yes, everyone’s favourite green veg is sticking around for 2018. Try it smashed, with a little bit of chilli on some wholemeal toast.