9 Outdated Spring Fashion Trends and 9 We’re Wearing Instead

Gregory P. Daily

When it comes to a brand new season, there’s a lot to digest. Luckily for you, it’s our job as editors to watch the latest runway shows, chat with insider fashion experts, and know what’s in the pipeline for retailers. Long story short, we study up on all things fashion for work so that you don’t have to. So, if you’re wondering what our thoughts are on the coolest pieces to buy right now, we have you covered.

Curious to know Who What Wear editors’ thoughts on the top trends for the months ahead and the outdated spring fashion trends they’re skipping for 2021, I asked them to share their unfiltered thoughts. Ahead, our team is diving into the must-buy items on their spring shopping lists they can’t wait to slip into, as well as the pieces they’re putting on the back burner—at least for right now.

Skipping: netting

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5 popular fashion trends that Bollywood celebrities are taking forward in 2021 : Bollywood News

Gregory P. Daily

Bollywood and fashion go hand in hand! Actresses have been trendsetters. Bollywood has a significant influence on the lives of Indians. This past year and in 2019, we saw many trends come to life that will be carried forward in 2021 as well.

5 popular fashion trends that Bollywood celebrities are taking forward in 2021

Let’s take a look at the famous Bollywood fashion trends.

While most of the 2020 went in the quarantine, during the months when the stars were busy during promotions and making event appearances, sequin sarees took over. Actress including Tamannaah Bhatia, Malaika Arora, Tara Sutaria, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Deepika Padukone, Karisma Kapoor, and Kriti Sanon and many others were seen at the starry parties and festive seasonal shoots. In addition, the designers Manish Malhotra and Sabyasachi Mukherjee are swearing by this theme.

Whether it was Deepika Padukone’s voluminous Giambattista Valli tulle at Cannes 2019 red carpet or Kareena Kapoor Khan’s Retrofête skirt, acid

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Tracee Ellis Ross Shares Her ‘Questionable’ Fashion Trends, Including Tucking In Her Pajamas

Gregory P. Daily

Tracee Ellis Ross might have won awards for being fashionable, but according to her, there was a trend that could strip her of those awards.

Tracee Ellis Ross et al. looking at the camera: Photo by Michael Rozman/Warner Bros.

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Photo by Michael Rozman/Warner Bros.

Showing off her outfit on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” complete with slippers, Ross joked, “I look nice, but I’ve got cozy feet.”

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DeGeneres questioned the “Black-ish” star about any “questionable trends” that people should know about.

“Absolutely, first of all, I would say my pajamas. If people saw me in my pajamas, they would definitely strip me of my title because I like to tuck things in, but that’s not the point,” Ross said, before naming the Juicy Couture, low-rise trend as another bad trend she got on.

Ross went on to explain how her pajamas shirt gets tucked

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The Best Winter Runway Trends to Shop Right Now

Gregory P. Daily

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Whoever thought that a year of social distancing and staying inside would kill the fashion industry was wrong. Especially with all the styles and trends that are here for winter 2021. Bohemian styles, bold colors, and lots of leather show that not only is fashion alive and well, but it’s making a major statement. The runways were a heavy dose of style (can anyone pull off a floor-length, fringed leather coat?) but these ready-to-wear collections offer the perfect touch of drama for the season. Check out our favorite trends to shop this winter from some of our favorite brands like Marni, Versace, and Balenciaga.

Black is the New Black

This season, pastel colors are reserved for your loungewear and yoga pants. Everything that came down the runways was deep, dark, and dramatic, and no color makes that statement quite like black. Whether it was the focal

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