2019 is well under way, but it isn’t too late to embrace some of the more fashionable trends to hit magazines, streets, and venues across the world. From pearls to baker boy hats, and snakeskin boots to scarves for your handbag, there’s plenty of options for the discerning fashionista, whether you’re heading to the beaches of Maui or the streets of Los Angeles. You don’t have to spend a fortune to achieve some of these looks, either.
Pearls are everywhere this year. Rather than pearl necklaces of the 1950s, though, celebrities have been adorned in contemporary styled pearls. While pearls are striking and memorable, they don’t have to be expensive, and if you aren’t comfortable wearing them around your neck, consider earrings, hair berets, and bracelets.
The pearls don’t have to be perfectly round, either – the more natural look of slightly misshapen pearls is very popular.
If you’re heading to the beach, or any hot climate, you could even opt for a pearl anklet. Anklets are another fashion item that have made a firm return to the spotlight this year, and you will find many a collection and style in any good jewelry store.
Anklets are not only on trend, they are are a great way to show off your tanned ankles and draw attention down to your carefully chosen footwear.
If you follow all the top models and influencers on Instagram, you’ll see that they’re all rocking a pair of black combat boots. I happened to get a pair while I was in London and I’m obsessed. You can dress up or dress down a pair of combat boots to suit your own personal style!
Alternatively, if you prefer patterned feet, you can opt for another of this year’s fashionable footwear trends – snakeskin boots.
Prints like this are bold, and they can appear quite masculine, so it isn’t surprising that they are typically accompanied by ruffle dresses and feminine long coats.
Why let your neck have all the scarf wearing fun? This year, women are adding scarves to their bags rather than their bodies. They tend to be bold and colorful, can incorporate prints and patterns, and they are usually tied around the handle, or even into the straps of the bag.