The fashion industry is at the beginning of a huge creative renaissance (I know, I’m such a hater) that is all about experimentation and creating something new from scratch. With a flurry of new designers and trends in sight, I’m here to share my favorite looks from the past year.
It’s a good thing that I’m not a style expert because I’m pretty sure I can’t remember all the cute outfits I’ve worn from the past year. So instead, let’s kick it off with this list.
The top trending trends in 2016 were the rise of the “minimalist” look and the rise away from the “classic” look. With just a small amount of effort, any of us can create a beautiful outfit or look with minimal effort. The only requirement is to create something new. For me, the trend to fall back on is “simple”, meaning that the outfit should have a few basic pieces of clothing with minimal effort.
The minimalist trend has been around for a while, but in 2016 it has really taken off. Simple, streamlined, and elegant, minimalist looks have been trending on social media. It’s also common for men to sport minimalist outfits because they make them look taller, which is the height of fashion and the height of sexy.
As for the clothes themselves, I would say that it’s all about comfort, and not just the clothes themselves. People with more experience in the fashion industry are also more likely to wear them.
Christmases have always been about the food. Christmas is about the food, but it is also about the people who celebrate it. In fact, it can be very hard to find people who celebrate Christmas with good food. Christmas is a time when family and friends gather together, and to take advantage of that the food must be of the highest quality. After all, the real reason for the holiday is the food.
However, even though it’s the food, Christmas is also a time for people to celebrate. It’s a time to give gifts, and to listen to the stories of your loved ones, and to talk about the things that make you happy.
In the year 2015, the UK was in the midst of a strong decline in Christmas sales. The Christmas market was the one place where retailers could take advantage of the general recession. It allowed retailers to sell less expensive food and drink, and it allowed them to charge more for the same items. If you were a retailer who couldn’t afford a Christmas in 2015, then you were forced to make the most of it.
The year before 2015, there was a boom in the Christmas sales that lead to an annual £100 million increase in Christmas sales in 2015. But the recession of 2008 and the collapse of the financial world before it really began to hit the consumer markets made it hard for retailers to sell a lot of these expensive items. So you had a glut of cheap goods and a high market for them.
As a result, people were less likely to shell out the extra cash for expensive gifts. The people who were able to afford it were the ones who were willing to splurge on all the fancy trinkets. They were no longer the ones buying their Christmas presents on the cheap and then wearing them to work. So the trend of dressing your children in luxurious new clothing became pretty fashionable.