YOUR 2014: Fashion Trends

The new items and ideas that you might not really have considered before but that you might possibly be wearing this 2014.


PRINTED SUIT. You’ve been on board with printed shirts, tees and, occasionally, shorts for ages now so here’s the next step. A printed suit.

SEE THROUGH. If you have a ripped body to show off, then wear it with nothing underneath.

3/4 LENGTH SUIT TROUSERS. The classic suit is a tricky concept to make new.

TIE-DYE. It’s not just for hippies or art class any more but will probably be the coolest print to pull off next year. Probably don’t try making your own at home though.

COWBOY BOOTS WITH SHORTS. A new styling idea which could take a year. Instead of wearing trainers or flip-flops with your Summer shorts, why not try cowboy boots?

CAPE. Bored of your trench coat? Denim jacket tricky to pair with jeans? Enter the cape.


BOXY, CROPPED JACKETS. Your fall wardrobe-staple moto jacket will still serve you well, but think about adding one of these non-moto jackets to your layering arsenal. The boxy, cropped silhouette can come in a plethora of prints and textures to pair easily with a fit-and-flare or body-con dress, tailored trousers, office-ready skirts, and your go-to jeans.

CONTRAST-COLLAR BUTTON-DOWNS. The crisp, menswear-inspired dress shirt enjoys a makeover with inventively cool, contrasting color and/or textured collars and cuffs. This elevated wardrobe essential is perfect for sneakily kicking up your work outfit.

WIDE-LEG TROUSERS. This trend isn't just for six-foot-tall ladies. Just look for a pair that's leaner on the flare and higher-waisted to elongate your frame. 

TEA-LENGTH SKIRTS. The ladylike hemline can be just as modern as a mini; pair it with a cropped top to offset the length. You could also get the look with a breezy tea-length dress, but keep it modern and sexy by baring some arm. 

TUXEDO-MEETS-ATHLETIC-STRIPED TROUSERS. The athletic stripe smartens up with tuxedo detailing on these sporty-meets-sophisticated tailored trousers. It's really all in the styling. To keep the look modern but refined, opt for a streamlined silhouette in unexpected white and pair the pants with a casual non-button-down top. 

THE SHIFT BLOUSE. Almost like a dressy version of a T-shirt, the shift blouse is easy. The near-elbow-length sleeve and boxy silhouette keep the look flattering and versatile. Have some fun with extra details, like exciting prints, luxurious textures, and varying necklines. 

COLLARLESS COATS. Another strong spring layering piece: the long, streamlined coat, minus the collar or lapel. The piece works with dressy trousers or a pencil skirt for the office, or spring leather pants or a body-con dress for a date-night outfit idea.


FUR. Just like in grown-up fashion, kids and teens should present real of fake fur: consider fur hats, berets, coats, collars, muffs, fur trimming for shoes and bags.

FOR BOYS. Consider dressing your son in jumpers with bold prints and a V-shaped necklines, grunge jeans, velvet coats, etc. Similar to girls’ fashion, in the boys’ fashion are favored various studs, chains, buttons, fringe and lacing. Don’t forget about an eternal military trend that is never out of boys’ fashion.

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