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Warm Protection -- The Silhouette Trend for Knit Scarf
A/W 22/23 scarf pays attention to underlining the 3D effect. Colorful jacquard scarf with extravagant letters and label is functional and fashionable; long scarf is decorated by sequins to present asymmetry and break the convention; 3D flowers woven by different stitching increase the girly gentleness; shawl scarf is thermal and fashionable; scarf is evolved into wearable attachment; multiple stitching skills are combined; different fabrics are spliced and mixed; hooded scarf; besides, 3D lovely scarf is also recommended.
Diversified Fashion -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Trends for Silk Scarves
Modern silk scarves began in northern Europe or northern France, and were used only to prevent from coldness. In the mid-16th century, they developed into decorative accessories with changing materials. Silhouettes include diamond kerchiefs, long neckerchiefs, narrow neckerchiefs, and big kerchiefs. They can be hair bands, decorative belts and paired with hats or bags. New fashionable patterns interpret the changeable fashion.
Knitted Accessories -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Accessories
Accessories play an increasingly important role in clothing collocation. Brand effect keeps influencing consumers' purchase. "Less is more" still holds true in clothing. People will pay more attention to the utility of products, and durability and multi-occasion will affect their shopping.
British Afternoon Tea -- The Pattern Trend for Womenswear
In the mid-17th century, the concept of afternoon tea first appeared in England. Started by Anna Maria Russell (the seventh Duchess of Bedford), it soon became a social trend. At present, British afternoon tea is popular worldwide. It is not just a cooking culture, but also the epitome of aesthetics. Exquisite refreshments, refined tea set and comfortable decoration, has been used and improved by modern people.
Natural and Sustainable -- The Trend for Women's Core Accessories
Consumers get used to increased time spent at home, so the demand for comfort and minimalism strengthens the importance of core items. Designs develop toward durability and multi-occasion application. Soft accessories will shine brightly after the pandemic.
Love & Accessory -- The Trend for Women's Accessories
After the pandemic, design will focus on providing solutions or emphasizing lifestyle changes, and cater to utility concept by versatility, and pay attention to accessories of the upper body. Practicality and versatility will be the key to creating fashionable items. Adaptive designs will prevail after the pandemic.
Re-created Classics -- The Fabric Trend for Womenswear Accessory
Fabric and detail of accessories are deeply influenced by fashion trends and decorative designs. Designer brands also interpret classic accessories through brand-new techniques. They focus on elegant feminine details, including traditional and avant-garde elements. Comfortable plush and individual quilted fabric create items fit for the extreme weather.
Shining Brightly -- The Pattern Trend for Knitted Scarves
Under the trend that clothing advocates minimalism and feminism, the maximalist aesthetics will find a breakthrough in apparel category of small proportion. According to related data, the economic slowdown and the rising of living cost have not affected young people's consumption enthusiasm, and cosmetics and culture and art products are selling well. This is the "the lipstick effect". (Please check details in Fetish Young Women -- The Accessory Trend for Women's Socks) As a functional accessory in cold season, accessories can be matched with garments, and optimize the consumption experience. In A/W 21/22, maximalist patterns will add novelty to scarves, socks and gloves, and the de-branding high-quality products will be favored by pragmatist.
Warm Winter- The Color Trend for Women's Scarves
The classic and traditional beauty comforts hearts cherishing things. Currently, a classic and superior scarf is warm and healing. The scarf is also a decoration for winter looks. In A/W 20/21, dazzling bright colors refresh clothing and accessories. Lively color tones are the basic color palette, and versatile.
Silky CD -- Pattern Trend for Women's Scarves
Scarves are indispensable for fashion styling. Statement patterns, soft and delicate textures are unconventional and attractive. For a decorative and artistic effect, pattern plays a key role.
19/20 A/W Pattern for Womenswear -- Colorful Stripes
Simple yet elegant stripes hit catwalks, streets and trunk shows. Designers play with diverse stripes. Rainbow effects enliven A/W garments, while geometric piecing adds vibrancy. Colorful stripes modernize womenswear.
19/20 A/W Pattern for Womenswear -- Power of Letters
Retro styles of late 1990s and 2000s make a comeback with a strong statement. This season, letters are frequently seen at renowned brands like Valentino. Layered words give a vintage twist. Letters are irregularly arranged on garments to add interest and visual impacts.
19/20 A/W Pattern for Womenswear -- Dot
Dots and spots show new trends in A/W 19/20. Lines made up of spots and background dots add depth and charm to traditional prints, while irregularly scattered and layered spots bring vividness. Hand-painted dots nod to the commercial success of micro pattern, and hidden kitsch motifs update this staple. Small-scale, busy repeats are key. For mature styles, limit colors and scale down further.
19/20 A/W Pattern Trend Forecast for Womenswear -- Geometry
Geometrical patterns are seen on Prada Resort 2019 Collection, the typical design is updated by the high-saturated colors and disordered patterns. The geometrical patterns are in vogue since last year, let's see how brands play with the them !