The third trend I will be discussing happens to be a personal favourite of mine and one that I've had in my wardrobe for many years. It is a trend that has had the blogger and YouTuber, Leanne from LLimWalker, talking about in her latest videos. Do you guys have the faintest idea on what it could be? Yes! No! Okay, I'll give you one more clue. It is something that you could create in the very comfort of your own home considering that you have mastered the skill of it. That skill being crochet.
Personally, I don't believe that this is a trend that initially had people rushing out to get their hands on. Instead I feel that it is something that a lot of people have been on the fence about as many refer to crochet as being grandma-like. Some also consider it to be a thing of the past, more specifically a thing of the 70s. This couldn't be further from the truth as the runway experienced a revival of crochet this season as it was incorporated into the collections of designers such as Roberto Cavalli. Shown below are a few of the looks from Cavalli's collection.
For those ladies who are not so keen on wearing an outfit that is fully or heavily crocheted there are several ways in which you can still rock this trend. For instance, several garments have a crochet embellishment whether it being a t-shirt with crochet front detailing, a playsuit with crochet panels or a pair of denim shorts that has a crochet trimming. There are also several accessories and jewellery pieces that are made from this pattern.
- #FashionTrendTip: Due to the delicate nature of crochet it's often advised that extra care be taken (i.e. when wearing jewellery) to prevent the garment from snagging.
- #FashionTrendTip: If the remainder of your summer consists of going to a festival then this is a fashion trend that will help to give you that carefree and bohemian vibe that many festival-goers attempt to replicate.
Carly Crochet Bikini Top - £19 from Accessorize (click here to view)
Carly Crochet Bikini Brief - £15 from Accessorize (click here to view)
Crochet Flower Bracelets -
£6.50/£4.50 from Miss Selfridge (click here to view)
Crochet Patch Dress - £60 from Topshop (click here to view)
Crochet Sandals - £39.99 from Bershka (click here to view)
Daisy Crochet Hoody - £110 from Little White Lies (click here to view)
Crochet Shorts - £24 from Topshop (click here to view)
Limited Edition Crochet Tassel Choker Necklace - £10 from ASOS (click here to view)
Crochet Paper Stetson - £22 from Accessorize (click here to view)
New Look Crochet Skinny Belts 2 Pack -
£8.99/£5 from ASOS (click here to view)
What are you views on this particular fashion trend? Is it something you would consider rockin' or is it something you would avoid? Do let me know in the comment box below :) X
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