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2024 Trend Predictions, According to a Stylist

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January 15, 2024

I’m Abby!.
I'm a certified & published fashion stylist located in Silicon Valley with speciality in personal styling, color analysis and runway, commercial, and editorial styling.

Happy New Year, everyone! I hope you all had the best holiday season, and are feeling recharged for the year ahead. 2023 was an exciting and at times polarizing year for fashion: on one hand, we had Y2K-inspired waistlines, sustainable shopping habits, and loud, nostalgia-driven crop tops that took hold of both runways and street fashion alike. On the other hand, quiet luxury had its moment with simple but classic and well-fitting designs, perfectly tailored and made with high quality materials. Elements of both can be expected to carry into the new year, but we will also see radical changes in the fashion world in response to the changing times. Read on to see my 2024 trend predictions, as a professional wardrobe stylist!

Slim Straight-leg Jeans

For the last few years, the wide-leg jean has been sitting comfortably in the spotlight. Ever since the pandemic, it’s seemed as though comfort has been the deciding factor for most pant trends. However, towards the end of 2023, we began to see the emergence of a narrower pant silhouette: still nowhere close to the skinny jean, but rather a relaxed, slim-fit straight-leg look.

Office Siren

Like most fashion trends, this look is derived from a few different sources. By now, old money and tailoring is nothing new: but in conjunction with Bloke-core (a British school-boy-inspired aesthetic introduced to us in the second half of 2023) and the older, more professional side of late 90’s/Y2K style, the now-popular “Office Siren” came to be. You can easily channel this style with just a few black wardrobe staples, like a long sleeve button up shirt with slacks or bootcut trousers. You can also try a short sleeve blouse with a midi skirt. A few signature pieces include ballet flats, pointed toe kitten heels, a pair of rectangular reading glasses, and slicked back hair.

Unconventional Silhouettes

Speaking of Y2K, low-to-medium rise pants will continue to have a strong presence in the fashion scene. Waistlines aside, we can also expect to see an increase in dramatic, asymmetrical lines. This could mean asymmetrical dress hems, one-shoulder tops, and handkerchief skirts. This look is flattering on a number of different body types, including inverted triangle, rectangle, triangle, and rounder silhouettes.

70’s Disco Revival

I’m especially excited about this one: flared sleeves and pants, pantsuits, sequins, and platforms are back, baby! Ever since Beyonce’s Renaissance disco and ballroom-inspired tour, all things 70’s have been enjoying a sparkly, metallic comeback. Can you dig it?

What did I miss, and what are you most looking forward to? Let me know what you think in the comments below! Until next week, happy shopping! Feel free to book a call with us here to get started on your 2024 style journey.

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