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5 summer trends you missed

by Jacinda Chan

This just in: the ‘80s and ‘90s are back and they’re here to stay.  

 Clothes we dug up from our parents’ closets are suddenly being seen on the runway. It’s no surprise that most fashion trends are constantly going in and out of style. Fashion trends are constantly repeating themselves but you should know that when they come back around, they’re even better than the first time.  

 These are the top five trends being worn on the runway from Balenciaga, Christian Dior, Louis Vuitton and being seen on the streets by celebrity favorites like Rihanna, Kendall Jenner, Kaia Gerber, and Elsa Hosk.  

Bucket hats have made a comeback and every college student needs one. We saw them all throughout the summer months but don’t say bye to them just yet. We’ll continue to see bucket hats in the fall making bolder statements.  

Every college student wears the occasional sweatpants and hoodies combination to class. Well, let’s be honest: most college students wear that everyday. But instead of just any random faded black hoodie and grey sweatpants, let’s opt for a matching set and make lazy fashion. 

 Black and grunge are out and all the neon colors are back in style. The fashion world isn’t telling you to stop wearing black, but instead incorporating pops of neon in any look. Neons have been often seen on crop tops, dresses and even nails. 

 Tie dye has always been categorized as a summer camp t-shirt, or simply just tacky. But as of 2019, it has become one of the new It patterns. In the world of fashion, we have seen tie dye on the runways from designers like R13 and Prada.  

Say goodbye to big totes and hello to tiny handbags that make big statements. Tiny bags are not only taking over the runway but are all over Instagram, too. Tiny bags hold nothing more than a lipstick, airpods and an I.D. but their impracticality doesn’t take away from their bold statements with any outfit. And don’t expect tiny bags to go anywhere, as they are being carried all over the fall 2019 runways. 

Elsa Hosk posted on Instagram in her Prada tie dye hat over the summer.
Photo courtesy of Elsa Hosk

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