Top Trends of Resort 2018 Collections

The most popular season, Resort 2018 is all about the most trending trends. Resort collections are no longer the traditional swimwear, cover- ups, and island appropriate sun dresses. The Resort season has transformed from vacation wear to the most wearable clothing. Evolving into a seasonless collection, that ranges from sporty socks to fur coats. Unlike the fall and spring collections, Resort collections are not presented in a schedule but more so a presentation ranging from runway shows to quiet showroom introductions.

Out of all the collections and shows, Resort has the longest life of any season. Giving designers accessibility to every and any shopping habit that may be popular among consumers. This Resort 2018, longstanding trends are alive and here to stay. Designers are giving consumers exactly what they desire, the wearability of all clothes during any season. Each designer looking to the bright color combinations, artful motifs, floral prints, ‘80s-era lime green, and athleisure. Designers have come to fully understand their customer base. Even if that means creating something more wearable for the “everyday fashionista”.

Resort collections are always fun to watch because it’s more than less what you will see everyday individuals on the street wearing.

 

AthLeisure

 

Plaid

The Return of Trenchcoats

 

Stripes, Stripes, Stripes

Stripes from Resort 2018 Collections: Rosie Assoulin, Alice + Olivia, Tibi, Veronica Beard and Nicole Miller.

 

All White Everything

Neon Green

Vintage Inspired Airline Bags

Photo: Elle
Vintage Airline Bags Resort 2018 Collections: Valentino, Oscar de la Renta, Solace London

Pant suits

 

Ruffles

 

Bell bottoms

Bell- Bottoms from Resort 2018 collections: Beaufille, Ellery, Khaite, Adeam and Cushnie et Ochs.

 

Courtney Wilkins

Celebrity Interviewer & Fashion Blogger

I am a Multimedia Journalist. I specialize in fashion but have a background in social media, editorial styling, content curation, and video production across print, digital and social platforms. As a Curator, I bring a fresh perspective which exposes creative innovative fashion visionaries.