These 8 Apparel Trends Will Be Huge in Fall 2019
It might still be summer, but our eyes are on the prize: fall fashion. We've been scouring runway looks and streetwear outfits to uncover what's trending for fall 2019 apparel—because, as you know, promotional trends are following retail trends more closely than ever.
Here are the fall apparel trends to keep on your promotional apparel radar:
1. Upgraded Suiting
Women are no longer settling for the white button-down shirt and pencil skirt. They want workwear with flattering silhouettes and added embellishments. Features women are looking for include defined shoulders, belted outerwear and eye-catching prints. Flattering knits are also an essential component.
2. '70s-inspired Details
Essentially, you just have to find any photo of Stevie Nicks to understand the '70s throwback trend. Keep an eye out for eyelet fabrications, flowy blouses, pleated skirts and fringed jackets.
3. Neon Statements
Yes, we've seen neon for the past season or two, but it is continuing to dominate the retail world. From neon tees to bright belts, you can implement this look for clothing and accessories. Think bright pinks, lime greens, lilac and sunshine yellows.
The tweed look has been spotted on the runway lineups of Marc Jacobs, Celine, Chanel and more, so you know it's here to stay. Consider adding some tweed options to your workwear options.
5. Dark Florals
While spring and summer proved huge for bright, floral fabrications, this fall is all about the dark iteration on the trend. Think of it like '90s florals meets gothic.
6. Animal Prints
Yes, animal print looks are here to stay (at least for another season). Leopard tees could be the next major promotional player. We're also seeing python prints and even some zebra patterns here and there.
It might seem ridiculous to label this a trend, but designers are going all in on functionality for the fall, and we couldn't be more pleased. This is great news for promotional workwear staples.
8. Pistachio Hues
We have mixed feelings about this trend, but it's definitely making an appearance this fall, so we had to fill you in.