It should come at no surprise that our favorite A-listers
are already stepping out in the biggest trends
of 2019. Celebs including Chrissy Teigen, Kerry Washington, and Elsa Hosk have been paying close attention to the spring runways with their recent fashion-forward ensembles. Curious about what looks made the cut? Keep scrolling to check out the only celeb-approved 2019 trends that matter, and shop each to get a jump start on what everyone will be wearing in two months.
We’ve been having so much fun with all of the animal-print pieces
out there this fall and winter. Well, the good news is we can continue wearing all of those finds, including pieces like Chrissy Teigen's zebra-print skirt she wore in New York City. (Photo via Gotham/Getty)
Box It Up: If it’s a new it bag you’re on the hunt for, try a boxy top-handle version like Blake Lively wore here in New York City. (Photo via Robert Kamau/Getty)
The polarizing biker short look
infiltrated every corner of the street style world in 2018, but the separate isn’t slowing down anytime soon. It may be time to jump on the trend like Gigi Hadid here. (Photo via Tal Rubin/Getty)
We The Free So Chic Biker Shorts ($78):
Yes, biker shorts can be a bit intimidating, but if you think about pairing them with sophisticated pieces like a blazer, they're much easier to digest.
California Dreamin’: For spring, it’s all about cool California-inspired separates like tie-dye pieces and graphic tees, similar to what Kendall Jenner wore out and about in New York City. (Photo via Raymond Hall/Getty)
Fine Print: Next year, bring on bold, artful prints on everything from tops to jackets to accessories like Elsa Hosk’s pretty scarf she wore with a patterned coat in New York City. (Photo via Gotham/Getty Images)
Tailor Made: Polished pieces will continue to hold strong next year. If you want to jump on the look right now, follow Kerry Washington’s lead and opt for a structured topcoat this winter. (Photo via James Devaney/Getty)
The Long and Long of It: Designers like Giorgio Armani and Alexander McQueen offered a slew of extra-long blazers in their spring collections. Clearly Joan Smalls caught on, already stepping out in Paris in a sleek style. (Photo via Marc Piasecki/Getty)
Mango Oversized Corduroy Blazer ($130):
Corduroy is another huge trend right now (and will be in 2019!), so consider testing out the look with your oversized blazer this winter.
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