Hey guys! Every few months I like to talk about the next season’s hottest trends and with summer right around the corner I thought it would be the perfect time to put a post together.
Some of the trends are quite interesting so I’ll let you know if I think they are going to be hot or not?!READ MORE: Brittany Adebumola And Joseph David-Jones Say 'The 4400' Is 'A Beautiful Companion To The Original'
Take a look and don’t forgot to comment below and let us know what you think!
Gray Hair | HOT-ish
I think this is a trend that only looks good on certain people. You need to have the right skin-tone and the correct hair color. My friend Kayla also brought up a good point that this is a very expensive trend to keep up with. Maybe just wait a few years and you won’t need to dye, if you catch my drift.
Culottes | HOT
When I saw these were becoming a trend in spring, I wasn’t a big fan, but I must admit that they are growing on me. I think the way they are worn is the most important aspect with these pants. Wearing a tight-fitting top is the best way to achieve a chic look with culottes.
Flatform Shoes | NOT
Think platform shoes, but way more ugly. These shoes are definitely a NOT, I don’t care how comfortable they are!READ MORE: Batwoman Star Javicia Leslie Says 'I’m Really Excited For The Villains'
Upper Arm Bracelets | HOT-ish
I think these look cool, but I’m not sure how they would look on everyone. Not every woman wants to show off her upper arms and no one likes that bulging arm look. The best way I’ve found to wear this trend is to use a Flash tattoo, that will give you the look, but eliminate any arm bulge around the bracelet.
Fringe | HOT (in small doses)
I love fringe… with that being said I’m not an over-the-top kinda fringe person. I prefer it on a bag or as a slight detail, when the entire outfits become fringe crazy that’s when you lose me.
Matching Sets | SUPER HOT
I love matching sets, even if I look like 8-year-old! Matching sets are great because you instantly have a chic outfit, but each piece can also be worn separately.
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