2019 is going to be interesting, if only because all the most popular fashion trends are pretty eye-popping. We're talking bike shorts, neons, red-and-pink outfits, patterned suits, and – wait for it – tie-dye. Scroll on to get a leg up on what all your fave celebs will be wearing next year.
If you saved all your multi-colored, self-dyed shirts from middle school, NOW. IS. YOUR. MOMENT! Tie-dye is back in a major way for 2019, as demonstrated by Kaia Gerber on the R13 runway.
2. Bike Shorts
You've seen 'em on the Hadids and the Kardashians and various influencers, but you're about to see them everywhere else too, if the runways are any indication. Here, Bella Hadid wears stretchy biker shorts at the Fendi S/S 2019 show.
3. One Cold Shoulder
Cold-shoulder styles are still going strong, but having a piece, like the one from the Preen runway show here, with just one cold shoulder is the fresh new way to dress in 2019.
4. See-Through Plastic Coats
This trend says, "Don't let a rainy day take away from your fabulous outfit – wear a coat that lets it shine through!" A model on the Kate Spade New York runway demonstrates the look in a bright pink style that still gives a peek at the yellow piece underneath.
5. Mixed Prints
Sure, you could mix and match patterns on your own, but this 2019 trend does the work for you. Here, a model illustrates how multiple prints work together in one dress during the Self-Portrait show.
6. Red-Hot Looks
Get ready to see tons of this color in stores and online. Ashley Graham shows how to absolutely slay this hue while walking the Prabal Gurung show, here.
Hope you like brights! You won't be able to get away from them come 2019. Here, a model walks down the Cushnie runway at NYFW in highlighter hues in green.
8. Updated Safari Jacket
The safari jacket style – a belted, lots-of-pockets kind of piece – has come into the new century in a variety of colors, sexier silhouettes, and even in jumpsuit form. Here, a model demonstrates a white version of the look, worn with wide-leg pants at the Zang Toi show.
9. Tonal Dressing
Going head-to-toe in one spectrum of hues – like Adwoa Aboah did for the Marc Jacobs show here – is going to be a big deal in 2019.
10. Colorful Fringe
The western/cowboy style has arrived, people, and with it, it brings fringe. Colorful fringe, to be exact. Get a clear picture of the look with the help of this model, who walked in Anna Sui's recent runway show.
Who doesn't love a dramatic cape moment? Bella Hadid shows off the look in a velvet magenta style for Prabal Gurung, here.
Get your needles out, fam! Crochet is back and you can wear it head-to-toe like this model at the Michael Kors fashion show.
13. Red-and-Pink Pieces
Designers were certainly enamored of this color combo on the runways – take a look at this fun style from a Christian Siriano show.
14. Bermuda Shorts
Not to be confused with bike shorts, the baggier Bermuda style is known for ending just above the knee. This model shows off a retro green pair on the Prada runway, here.
This black-and-white square pattern, popular during the '80s, is having a serious comeback in 2019. Just take a look at this cute off-shoulder style from the Oscar de la Renta show.
16. Feather Details
Feathers were all over the runways, creating very eye-popping pieces that you'll be sure to see everywhere in 2019. Here, a model demonstrates a denim and feather moment for the Calvin Luo show.
17. Sheer Bottoms
Remember that time in, like, 2010, when everyone was wearing see-through crochet flares? This is like that but everything on the bottom is sheer including (but not limited to!) all types of pants, all types of shorts, and all types of skirts. During the Giorgio Armani runway show, a model gave us a preview of what sheer pants would look like.
18. Leopard Spots
Oh yeah, animal print is coming back in a major way, but not only in its O.G. black-and-tan colors. It'll also appear in vibrant hues like red and purple in 2019. Here, Joan Smalls demonstrates a major leopard mood for the Tom Ford runway show.
19. Zebra Print
Wherever leopard print goes, zebra print is sure to follow. The pattern will have a major influence in 2019. Here, a model wears it in a sequined mini for the Christian Cowan show.
20. Patterned Suits
Suits have really been riding a serious popularity wave for the past couple years, but in 2019 they'll be full of color and funky patterns. This model illustrates a perfect version of the trend on the Hellesey runway show.
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