FASHION | The best trends (Gucci comeback?)

Fashion Week is over (for a while now), which means we are all up to date of the upcoming trends. Personally, I love watching the shows on my app. Also, I follow a lot of Instagram accounts that post streetstyle photos of famous people/ it-girls before and after the shows. This gives me so much inspiration when I am in need of some! Because Fashion Week is my favorite period of the year, I decided to post an article that includes my favorite trends for upcoming season(s).
I know these items aren't all from the SS17 collection,
but these are just my favorite items that I wanted to show you as an example
Let's put Gucci in the spot lights. If you ask me, I think Gucci used to be a brand that sells those super ugly brown monogram sneakers, click here if you don't know what I mean. But now, a couple of years later, Gucci is the most improved designer brand. I adore every single piece they sell. Their monogram bags with patches and diamonds, the Ace sneakers with pearls and hearts, the flowered wallets and so much more. Every time I visit the Gucci store at De Bijenkorf, it's like I am in heaven for a moment.

The next trend I absolutely love (and which I currently can't name because I forgot how to describe it), is the gold buttoned trend or however you would like to call it. I love coats with golden buttons, I really think it makes your outfit look way more chique and 'expensive'. I am not a Balmain type of girl, but I do like the coats/ jackets they sell. There are more than enough look-a-likes though, so don't worry, you don't need to spend more than $5000 on a jacket. Thank God Zara sells a lot of beautiful coats with golden buttons as well, which are way way way less expensive (think about $100).

Something I really like, but also don't know if it's made for me, is the velvet trend. I don't know if it's because I've never owned something velvet before or because I just don't like the feeling of the fabric, but velvet is definitely something we will be seeing a lot this season. From simple tees, to knee high boots. The more, the better!
Zuhair Murad
Dolce & Gabbana

Source: Vogue