Right on Trend

What do Beyonce, Rihanna, Miranda Kerr, Paris Hilton and Kylie Jenner have in common? Their style is always trending! Whether they are donning themselves in the latest fashion fads or setting trends to be followed by the plebians, these celebrities have their hot trend game on point.

If you’re a trend hog too, then you’re probably up to date with what’s making it to the runways, what’s trending online (hello normcore!), on Instagram (lip gradation really requires oodles of patience, so thumbs up for that) – even what Kim K wore to lunch at Nobu! You’re fun, daring, and not afraid to try everything that comes your way – even though it might’ve meant wearing those (in retrospect) horrendous emoji sweatpants in public. You love yourself some gloriously loud colours – from electric blue to shocking pink, nothing’s outside of your comfort zone. Heck, you probably don’t even have a comfort zone when it comes to fashion!

Since there’s no such thing as a ‘style guide’ when we speak of the trendy aesthetic, we decided to list out some of our favourite fads currently doing the rounds all around fashion town. And what better inspirations than our fave celebs? Watch and learn, girls!

Our Trending Inspirations

The 70s

This year, the biggest trend to make a comeback was that of the 70s, with a special mention of frings. Lots and lots of it. And no, not just at Coachella, fringe was reinvented in sophisticated styles that it’s neer been done in before. Frankly, we’re loving it. And so is Olivia.

All White

This is one of the countless all white outfits Kim K has flaunted in the recent past – she clearly has a thing for this particular trend.

Military Chic

Balmain was sort of the modern proponent of military chic this year. And the Kardashians couldn’t resist, obviously.

Boyfriend Jeans

Everybody in Hollywood, from Sarah Jessica Parker to Rosie Huntington Whitely has walked the LA streets in these. And why not, they’re stylish, super comfy and uber cool.

Coordinates

Beyonce shows us how to work not only coordinates but also the all-stripes trend, by keeping it plain but for a pop of colour. All hail, Queen B!