New York Fashion Week Top Trends Spring 2019

With the recent end to the much anticipated, New York Fashion Week Spring 2019, there is only really one thing left to do… update our 2019 Spring/Summer wardrobe! Duh?

From the marigold colour trend, to the comeback of the once nostalgic tie-dye, this year’s New York Fashion Week has brought in some serious, exciting and  intriguing trends that we cannot wait to explore. 

With that in mind, we decided to put together the a list of the best fashion trends that were showcased at the 2019 Spring/Summer New York Fashion Week. You’re welcome in advance.

Shop the NYFW Spring 2019 Marigold Trend

Now that we are heading into the warmer months, what better way to express our love for the sunshine then to cover ourselves in the colour? That’s right, bright and bold yellows are a wardrobe must have.

Shop the Marigold trend now with the Hansen and Gretel Isla Silk Dress in Honeycomb.

This Hansen and Gretel piece is everything your Summer wardrobe needs and more. Cut on the bias, this 100% silk number screams effortless elegance. With gorgeous back detailing, and simple spaghetti straps, you’ve got yourself a new Summer go to favourite.

Hansen and Gretel Isla Silk Dress and Milena Sheer Dress | Shop now

Shop the Sheer Dress Trend for Summer 2019

Who knew minimal clothing could be one of the biggest clothing trends for Spring and Summer 2019? You may have seen Kendall Jenner sport a lot of sheer clothing throughout the year of 2018, but this look is more than just a sheer body suit.

The ultra-sheer gown is well and truly in and ready to be worn and accessorised.

This look is fun, cheeky and very revealing. Paired with high-waisted underwear, not-so-modest bras or no bras at all, this trend is sure to be an eye-gazer and showstopper.  

Shop the Sheer Dress Trend now via The Annex with the Hansen and Gretel Milena Lace Dress.

The Milena Lace dress in white is the perfect ensemble to join the trend in a total cool girl fashion. With lace and cowl neck detailing, accompanied by a tie-up back, you will be sure to turn heads. Team it with a sneaker and sporty high-waisted underwear for something a little more street. Or a delicate bralette and heel for something more evening appropriate. Whatever look you decide to go for, this lace dress is the perfect item to slip into for the warmer months.

Animal Print Spring Summer 2019

Stop everything you are doing! Animal print is back and bolder then EVER with leopard print leading the way. Cover yourself in head to toe print as this look is daring, bold and striking. What better way to head into the warmer months than in a fun, and busy attire, right?

New York Fashion Week Spring 2019 saw leopard bolder than ever, as it coated and covered ladies from head to toe. Let’s not forget leopard print bags either…  

Shop the Anne-Marie Dress by Faithfull the Brand

Shop the Anne-Marie Dress by Faithfull the Brand in Primitive print and feel your most stylish with this effortless little number. With V deck detailing, this wrap-dress is comfortable and flattering. Perfect to throw on in the warmer months, you can go from Breakfast, Lunch to Dinner, in this easy and versatile ensemble.

Faithfull the Brand Anne Marie Leopard Print Dress | Shop now

High-waisted and Synched

An old school favourite took the New York Fashion Week and in particular, street style by storm, with high-waisted cargo pants and pleated trousers and skirts holding up as one of the crowd favourites. Need not to forget however, the synched waist.

That’s right ladies, the 90’s trend has not left the scene as mega accentuated waists and loose-fitting pants are staying in.  

Shop the Astrid Pant by Steele the Label

Shop the Astrid Pant by Steele the Label in white and show off that waist of yours. An easy, versatile and comfortable linen number with a relaxed fit. Perfect for the busy Summer woman.

New York Fashion Week 2019 has got our Spring/Summer wardrobe sorted. We hope you love these trends as much we do!

Steel Astrid Pant | Shop now at The Annex Mt Hawthorn

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