7 New Trends Fashion Girls Already Know About

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Resort is one of those in-between seasons that spans several months between November and January. Also known as pre-spring, holiday and cruise collections (confusing, we know) the time period serves as an opportunity for designers to put out pieces fit for winter weather, seasonal soirées and exotic getaways (which is where the term “resort” originated—lightbulb!). This means that offerings run the gamut from cozy outerwear and party attire to beachwear.

What used to be a smaller delivery for many brands is now evolving into one of the most in-demand collections—it’s a time of year when people really shop for themselves and need a variety of looks to take them from their Monday-through-Friday grind to their winter travels.

Despite being months away, we’re swirling with new trends from the recently debuted resort collections which include innovative prints, fresh silhouettes and cool colors. Curious of what’s to come? Ahead, scroll through seven major trends sure to hit big come November. We even hand-picked pieces to shop now if you’re all about staying ahead of the curve. Get inspired.

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7 Trends From The 2019 Resort Collections

Courtesy of Monse

Awning Stripes

From Chanel to Oscar de la Renta and Monse, this bold and graphic stripe comes in every form. Take your pick from blouses, wide-leg pants and dresses.

Knot Detail Flowy Blouse

$60

Mango

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Wear this top with jeans or high-waist trousers in a tonal hue.

Courtesy of Alejandra Alonso Rojas

Off-The-Shoulder Dresses

The flattering silhouette is updated for resort with a winsome air—puffy sleeves, ruched accents and smocked silhouettes are the details du jour, seen from designers like Prabal Gurung, Zac Posen and Alejandra Alonso Rojas.

La Vie Off-The-Shoulder Adrienne Print Dress

$295

Rebecca Taylor

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It doesn’t get sweeter than a floral off-the-shoulder dress. Wear this with loafers and natural beauty for day. Switch to heels and a bold lip at night.

Courtesy of Givenchy

Pleats

Pleated dresses and skirts are back with a vivacious spin—garden motifs, punchy hues and glistening fabrics punctuate the season’s plissé pieces, witnessed at Salvatore Ferragamo, Givenchy and Christian Dior.

Cordillia Print Pleated Skirt

$279

Whistles

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This pleated skirt will take you from the office to after hours with ease.

Courtesy of Altuzarra

Checks

Jil Sander, Brock Collection and Louis Vuitton (among others) showed gingham checks with a valiant twist. Menswear-style suits, vintage-inspired dresses and exaggerated jackets are just a few ways to wear the look in the new season.

Teija Asymmetric Cotton-Gingham Top

$535

Matchesfashion.com

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This voluminous top feels unfussy with jeans.

Courtesy of Valentino

White Maxi Dresses

Whether eyelet, lace or pleats are your taste, Valentino, Brock Collection and Max Mara prove that white maxi dresses are a key item for warm-weather escapes.

Embroidery Eyelet Maxi Dress

$80

Urban Outfitters

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Go for easy chic by taming this frock with lace-up sandals and a woven bag.

Courtesy of No. 21

Marigold

Yellow has been a popular hue over the past couple of seasons and this resort's variation comes in the form of marigold. Everything from denim to dresses and tops are done in the sunny shade, as seen at 3.1 Phillip Lim, No. 21 and Tibi.

M.I.H. Jeans Caron Jeans

$250

Shopbop

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Tuck a white tee into these high-rise jeans and finish with mules.

Courtesy of Gabriela Hearst

Colorful Suits

Candy-colored suits are on the resort menu—a major trend seen throughout the spring and summer collections. Ultra-sleek tailoring defines this trend, as seen at Gabriela Hearst, Rosetta Getty and Carolina Herrera.

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Your perfect summer suit does exist, in powder blue.

Limited Edition Linen Suit Trousers With Turn-Up Hem Detail

$113

Massimo Dutti

Limited Edition Double Breasted Linen Suit Blazer

$222

Massimo Dutti