Biggest Trends Of 2021 According To Fashion Insiders
Fashion | 2021-01-26T21:28:46

Biggest Trends Of 2021 According To Fashion Insiders

A tumultuous year comes to end. The fashion industry is looking towards shedding the perils of 2020 with a strong determination to overcome the economic slump. As people get ready to head back into the world, insiders have compiled a list of trends that would dominate the fashion scene in 2021. Due to the cyclic nature of fashion, nostalgic fashion will continue to rule the runways and the streets. Experts also expect to see a remarkable boom in the eco-friendly brands, handmade artisanal pieces, and local labels. Comfortable loungewear will always have a loving space in our hearts and wardrobes, however, expect to see more risque trends and attention-grabbing, statement silhouettes.

Here are the biggest trends for 2021:

  • Logos on display– The designer logo trend will continue to be strong in 2021. Whether it’s a Gucci and Supreme t-shirt, or Fila and Puma sportswear, or D&G belt or Fendi and LV bag, shoppers love to flaunt their designer goods. Brands like Juicy Couture and Von Dutch, a reminiscence of early 2000s fashion, are making a comeback thanks to celebrity and influencer endorsements. 
  • Artisanal, handmade, and local items– With sustainability in mind, modern shoppers are leaning towards local brands that offer artisanal, handmade clothes as an alternative to mass-produced, fast fashion brands. Massive disruptions in global supply chains compelled people to shop more locally and support small businesses. Consumers, being more ecologically conscious, want to limit their carbon footprint by purchasing from labels that use plant-derived fabrics, deadstock, recycled materials and in smaller batches, thus reducing waste.
  • Slouchy suiting– Oversized, slouchy suits are the next trendy formal wear. These suits are business casual with a more relaxed, flowy silhouette. Oversized jackets, untucked shirts, and half trousers are a part of the look. Designers Louis Vuitton, Micheal Kors, Coperni etc showcased their take on formal suits, with a shift from structured stitching and clean lines to unconfined fit.
  • Strappy shoes– Square toed, strappy shoes is an update on the traditional strappy heel. This IT shoes can be worn alone or paired with socks and stocking for a more chic vibe. Acne, Givenchy, Khaite, and many have their own rendition of the strappy shoes that perfect for morning and evening outfits.
  • G-string– A visible G-string peeking through the garment is the risque trend that no one asked for. Models at Givenchy, Laquan Smith, and Dion Lee fashion show flaunted the G-string. Givenchy’s showstopping low back, G-string dress has been quite popular with celebrities and influencers alike. A more approachable version of this trend is skirts, dress, and pants that are designed with cutouts around the waist to give the illusion of the undergarment. 
  • House slippers– House slippers are no longer bound within the four walls of a home, they are a high-street fashion statement. In line with the theme of comfort, house slippers were the unexpected heroes on Balenciaga, Coach, and Molly Goddard show. They can be paired with anything basically, a flowy dress, comfy sweatpants, or casual jeans.
  • Second-skin tops– Second skin tops are great for layering underneath the clothes. Plain or dripped with logos and prints, brands like Prada, Raf Simons, and Ganni layered this top underneath coats and jackets.
  • Long dresses– Flowy, long dresses are simplistic and perfect for the spring-summer season. Dresses in soft fabrics with refined tailoring and unstructured silhouettes are easy to wear, easy to style, and multi-functional. Whether you go for an abstract print, floral design or a one-tone dress, you will be out of place with this wardrobe staple.
  • Jeans– After a long hiatus last year, jeans are officially back on the radar. From low rise jeans to 70s flared pants and bell-bottoms, the options in fit and style are aplenty. Relaxed fit jeans are trendy now because people are choosing comfort over tight, restrictive skinny jeans.