Trends to Try: 3D Folds, Embellishments and Prints
Futuristic has been a theme in fashion since the early 1990s. Designers often play with the shape of clothing to give off a new millennium vibe. This season, you will find many garments with visually interesting appliques, graphic digital prints, and extravagant folds.
3D folds and embellishments are fresh ways to give simple frocks a new interesting look. Designers like Christopher Kane, Burberry, Givenchy and Marc Jacobs focused on eye-popping details such as fashion forward folding.
What is 3D-inspired clothing? Think elaborate couture shapes, oversized lace, crystal encrusting, folded dresses and jumpsuits with feature details. Look for jackets with dramatic folds and pleats.
Other options include: skirts with knotted panels as well as draped folds, tops with exaggerated shoulders and dresses with overlapping folds.
If you are not into ultra-modern folds and embellishments, then add some graphic prints to your wardrobe to embrace the 3D trend. A graphic print gives off a fashionable illusion. Shorts, jumpsuits and rompers are a great way to wear all over graphic patterns.
Whenever you wear graphic prints, you want to keep them in the proportion to your frame and the size of your garment. For petites body shape, keep the print small. For curvy body shape, look for printed garments with a fitted middle.
Also, you do not want to over accessorize because it will look too busy. The key to wearing 3D pieces is to keep it simple because the folds or appliques will be the main focus of your outfit.
This is a trend can work for the workplace and for festive wear. Anything with a 3D vibe will always have an angular silhouette or textured details.