In 2018, we saw some pretty fab fashion trends – denim-on-denim dominated the entire holiday season, polka dots, stripes and conventional prints were en vogue all throughout the year. While fashion experts expected some of these trends to stick around in 2019, and it surely did, they reinvented these fabrics to give them an interesting twist. Exciting, brand new trends also made their way this year, such as satin silk, chiffon, organza, fringe tulle and crepe. To figure out, which fabric is sustainable, has natural protection embedded in it and is trending, here’s a rundown at what you can expect to see more in the coming year.
Satin Silk
Whether you’re looking for a fabric for a suit, saree, evening dress, jacket, or a fringe dress, satin silk can be used to design a range of Indian women dresses. The fabric works well for summers and winters, and offer a vivid colour palette to choose from.
Peach Ready Plated Dhoti Saree In Crepe Satin Online
Organza and Chiffon
Another range of fabrics that have been in trend in 2019, and will continue to be showstopper fabrics are organza and chiffon. From gorgeous organza sarees in pastel colours to net lehengas with flared organza border and gorgeous anarkali suits in chiffon, you will come across a number of outfits that make styling even more fun.
Raw Silk
We agree that men don’t have too many options in terms of fabric when it comes to ethnic wear, but it is certainly not limited to cotton. Men’s wear is also available in raw silk, in fact it is one of the top fabric trends that’s catching up this year. From heavily embroidered raw silk sherwanis to light work sherwanis, there’s an entire range to choose from.
Fringe Tulle
You might think that lighter fabrics are for summers, but who says fringes are seasonal? This year, we have seen outfits with cape fringe and ruffle even in the colder months of January and February. Keeping up with this latest fabric trend, here are some of our favourites from this year’s Kalki’s collection.
Now that you know what’s trending, it’s time to update your closet with outfits in different fabrics, so as to keep your wardrobe looking fresh and not so season-specific.