The 2022 is finally here and we can’t wait to see what trends will rock the new year. There are a lot of trends that were seen in 2021 which were only blooming among smaller groups, however these trends are likely to spill over in 2022 and take over the market.
A lot of micro trends which have been peeping in since the last two years will be making a grand entry this year and will be here to stay. The year 2022 is going to be a year where people want to try out new styles since they have missed so much in the last two years.
We saw a lot of cropped rib tops in 2021. This 2021 is transitioning the 2020 crop rib top trend into corset tops. They can be casually worn with wide legged denims or even fitted pants. The corset top trend is a big inspiration from the off duty model look which has been on a watch out since a while now.
The mini length in dresses, skirts and shorts will be back in 2022. We all did see a snippet of mini skirts in 2021, specially in the street style. The mini length will be popular in all the bottom wear categories this year. We can already see a catalogue of minis on many fashion platforms like Stargate Club & Urbanic.
The 2010 teenage trend of cut outs is back in 2022 for all of us. It is a glamour trend this time and hence we will see cut-outs in the occasion/ party wear category. A lot of icons like Kendall Jenner and Dua Lipa were seen flaunting this trend and it is all set to hit the commercial market in 2022.
Bralettes was the most watched out trend in 2021 but didn’t make it to many wardrobes. 2022 will see this trend widely available on a lot of trend focused e-commerce sites and other popular retailers. People observed this trend last year and are now all ready to flaunt it themselves.
Volume sleeves have been an evolving trend. Initially volume sleeves were seen only as a part of occasion wear outfits, however people are now all ready to take over this trend for casual dressing. Volume sleeves can be worn as a statement piece with casual denims, shorts or skirts which make this trend wearable for everyday wear.
— Courtesy: Mitali Joshi, Marketing Manager, Stargate Club