5 Trends From S/S18 Haute Couture you can apply to OOTD

Haute Couture, the term that always refers to the exquisite craftsmanship of luxury brands. It may sound too fancy and unobtainable to many of us, however, we can still get inspiration from it for our everyday outfits. In fact, the trends from SS18 haute couture are not only elegant as usual; they are surprisingly easy to apply to our wardrobe!

Scroll down to see the 5 must-try trends.


  1. Feather

We know this trend is a little bit too masterful to try; but add a slight portion to the hemline and it will bring your OOTD to the next level.



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  1. Define your waist

Maybe you have already noticed that BELT is an unavoidable accessory this season. It doesn’t matter the materials and its width, as long as you remember putting something to accentuate your waist.


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3. Ruffles

This seems to be a never fading craze from last year. Whether you are romantic or crave for edgy and rebellious looks, you can hardly go wrong with this trend.



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  1. Tiered Skirts

Tiered skirt is the perfect choice for an afternoon tea with BFFs or a cocktail party. Notice, the length shouldn’t go above the knees, otherwise your outfit will be deemed from elegant to tacky.


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Left image from blog Fashionnes


  1. Bows

There are various ways to style the bows. You can tie it around the waist or make a color contrast to light up all the outfit. You can also choose the top with a huge bow to do all the talking. The best part of this trend is that you don’t have to sacrifice the femininity to be edgy.

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