7 original trends to make you stand out from the crowd this spring!

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PARIS, FRANCE - JULY 07: (L-R) Gili Biegun wears gold Fendi earrings, gold earrings, a red long flowing dress, gray short blazer jacket, a black shiny leather Chiquito handbag from Jacquemus, gold bracelet, black shiny leather pumps heels shoes, ; Xiayan wears black sunglasses, silver earrings, a black headband t-shirt, a pale pink oversized blazer jacket, a black grained leather belt, blue faded denim jeans ripped flared pants, rings, a black shiny leather Prada handbag, red shiny pointed pumps heels shoes, ; Justyna Czerniak wears black sunglasses, gold earrings, a shiny purple turtleneck long sleeves flowing long dress, silver yoke handbag, purple shiny strappy pumps heels shoes / sandals, ; Julia Comil wears black sunglasses, a rhinestone pendant earring, gold earrings, a white shirt, a pink oversized blazer jacket, a gray leather crocodile pattern belt, white suit shorts, silver nailed / studded handbag, white strappy / belted pumps heels sandals, outside Zuhair Murad, during Paris Fashion Week - Haute Couture Fall/Winter 2021/2022, on July 07, 2021 in Paris, France. (Photo by Edward Berthelot/Getty Images)

Pastels or trendy neons? Here are some trends that will help you stand out from the crowd. For a look that is both elegant and eye-catching, check out these 7 trends that are sure to make you feel extravagant.

  1. Monochrome is always on trend!

Mixing black and white was a big trend in 2000/2001. This trend is back again! Pair a black top with a white bottom or vice versa and create monochromatic ensembles. The monochrome trend is also evident in accessories. Striking black and white bags or necklaces in black and white are very popular right now. They make you look smart and elegant.

  1. The mini skirt is back

Long-legged women and women who love high heels will love the return of the mini skirt. Such skirts perfectly emphasize legs and look great with heels or platforms. Among many models you will certainly be interested in pleated skirts or skirts with a very girly frill, referring to slightly infantile school uniforms. You can combine it with a sweater or short top

  1. Mesh again fashionable

If you grew up in the 90s, you probably remember double tops and blouses or skirts that combined opaque fabric with sewn-on mesh. It is very sexy. Fancy mesh sewn onto a top or blouse is sure to be an eye-catcher, especially if it’s made of shiny thread

  1. Fitted pants

Some associate them with a real fashion nightmare, for others they are still a current trend. In recent years they have been replaced by jeans and high-waisted corduroy pants. This year they are back in a big way. They appeared even at the shows of the biggest fashion houses. Fashion houses Versace, Balmain and Hermes presented very fashionable proposals of pencil skirts and hip suit pants, which look very elegant. You will feel fashionable and classy in these styles.

  1. Corset instead of a top

Corsets, worn instead of a top or shirt, were previously the domain of evening wear and gothic subcultures. However, many designers have shown that this part of clothing cut in the right way can replace the classic blouse. At the same time we can slenderize the waist and emphasize the bust. Velour, covered corsets, or slightly steampunk proposals made of leather, go perfectly with maxi skirts or fitted pants. Corsets with embroidery or appliqué are still fashionable. This will be a perfect proposition for an evening out.

  1. Sweatsuit set not only for a TV show marathon

The tracksuit went straight from the couch to the catwalks. More elegant, velour sweatshirt sets go well with big jewelry and classic coats. Their cut is not at all reminiscent of the pants with comfortable drawstrings that you probably wear around the house. Wide legs and buffet sleeves give them an elegant look. The embroidery and monochrome colors also make them more elegant, but still comfortable

  1. The tunic is back

If up to now you have only worn tunics with leggings, the new trends may surprise you. The catwalks have come up with proposals for combining wide-legged pants with tunics. It is also welcome with skirts of similar length. Layering is another trend that has returned recently. It masks the flaws of the figure wonderfully and gives some freedom to the styling. Tunics can be matched with different clothes, including coats or jackets. This season you do not have to worry that it will stick out from under your jacket.

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