New Year New You: Refresh Your Wardrobe With The Biggest Fashion Trends

It’s never too early to say “new year, new me” because it’s always a great excuse for us ladies to indulge or go crazy on a shopping spree to refresh our wardrobes right before the new year arrives. As we bid goodbye to kitten heels, bucket hats, fanny packs and dad sneakers, which have been iconic in 2018, The Gallery Edit has rounded up the biggest fashion trends of 2019 that are about to hit your closet in a major way.

Suit up with Michael Kors

The power suit has reigned as one of the hottest fashion trends for women in the last couple of years. But in 2019, they will be full of funky patterns, just like this Michael Kors number covered in a rose foil print.

Michael Kors is located at Mandarin Gallery, #01-12/13

Red-hot looks from Max Mara

Get ready to see a whole lot of solid bold colours in stores come 2019. An insider tip on how to rock this look – go with the one that commands the most attention. This Geometric Layered Knit-top Dress from SportMax is layering at its finest, it’s understated design speaks for itself with its perfect contrast between textures and fabrics, giving it a modern attitude all around.

Max Mara is located at Mandarin Gallery, #01-10

Go big with Tonal Dressing at Beyond The Vines

Besides rocking looks in solid hues, going head-to-toe in one spectrum of colours is going to be a big deal in 2019. While it’s the easiest way to look stylish when you are in a hurry, there are rules to getting it right. Beyond The Vines does it just right, with this chic ensemble comprising of the Camisole with Adjustable Strap and the Block-Colour Pleated Midi.

Beyond The Vines is located at Downtown Gallery, (#01-08) and Mandarin Gallery, (#02-21)

Cosy up with Bimba Y Lola

Crochet is back and you can either wear it head-to-toe or pair it with separates! Say no more fam, every day is sweater weather at Bimba Y Lola. For more knitwear inspiration, head over and check out their full range in store.

Bimba Y Lola is located at Mandarin Gallery, #01-04

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