Happy Monday morning!
Most students will soon be on vacation here in Quebec, and since I’ve noticed that I had no coverage of Resort 2019, I’m going to remedy that with great clothing suggestions for vacations!
The most noticable trend for Resort is the retro aesthetic. It’s a cross-over of the 1950s, 1960s, and early 1970s, but the mood is there for everyone to see: the nostalgia of bygone days, and the desire to feel like Audrey Hepburn in Roman Holiday while you are on vacation.
The new bohemians
According to statistics, Millennials are very interested in traveling, and the bohemian (or “boho”) style has resurfaced stronger than ever in the last decade. These reinterpretations of the style are softer than the hippie fashions, but remain boho at heart.
This is not the Japanese Lolita, but it borrows from its spirit of femininity and youthfulness, while remaining very comfortable when temperature raise too high. (In fact, I think it might be closer to Retro-Lolita and Otome-Kei than Lolita, to my eyes. Either way, it’s casual and girly, I think we can agree on that.)
Finally, for a more urban look, perhaps to go out downtown, the cold shoulder, in velvet, and with sequin and pearls could be seen here and there. It might be a little bit warm for a hot day, but a good idea for evening-wear.
I hope that you have enjoyed this article, and I wish you amazing vacations, whatever you’ll do and wherever you’ll be. Stay safe, though. 🙂
All images from Vogue.com