With every New Year, we expect new trends coming, and this 2017 will bring interesting changes on the fashion styles. If you want to be ready for it ahead of time, keep on reading this article as we will give you a list of those garments that must be at your closet this year.
“When you have the basic garments at the closet, everything is easier, you take less time to choose what to wear and save money too, as you do not have to invest in new clothes that will combine with your outfit every few months”, advised Salomon Juan Marcos Villarreal, about this topic.
“Kitsch” will be the key on 2017, and if you want to know which garments must be part of your wardrobe this 2017, check out these ones:
- Embroidered jackets – They will be an important part of the style for this 2017 and the best part is that you can personalize it at home with the materials you have in hand and enough imagination.
- Floral printed dresses – They were a trend in 2016 and will keep on being it this year, in straight or open lines and short or long versions, you must have a floral dress at the closet when spring arrives.
- Jumpsuits – Whether they are short or long, made of denim or any other materials, jumpsuits will be part of the street styles for 2017.
- Ripped jeans – We saw the end of 2016 filled with ripped jeans and they will keep on being a trend for the New Year, combine them with your shirts or tees for a very casual style.
- Denim shorts – Denims will once again be a protagonist. So if you do not have a pair of denim shorts, you should get them before spring arrives.
- Off-shoulder dress – In 2016 the off-shoulder blouses were a hit and this 2017 the longer version will be the trend with beautiful off-shoulder dresses that will make you look extra sexy.
“Every new year we see many new garments proposing different styles, and denim is always part of those trends, 2017 will be a great year for the denim fashion styles with new proposals that will invite more persons to add a garment manufactured on this fabric to their closets”, added Salomon Juan Marcos Villarreal, president of Grupo Denim.