One piece that seems to really be pushing its way into our wardrobes is the trench coat. One of my favorite ways to modernize the classic trench coat is to buy them in fun colors. I mean really, who wouldn't die for a pink or purple trench coat? These can be thrown on over most any outfit for a classy touch or to add an extra bold element to your look. This is definitely a piece I'm looking to add into my wardrobe this year!
Cut-out tops and dresses were relatively popular a few years ago and slowly faded out, but I can definitely see them coming back this year. Whether it's a design in the back, a low-cut back (my personal favorite), or even the classic slit back top we love when we're wanting to show our more daring side, I've seen people owning them in 2015.
Hats never go out of style completely, but there are times when they're more popular than others. Hats like the beanie and snapback never go out of style, but I think styles like the fedora or beret are slowly making a comeback since their decline in the early 1920s. I especially like the more modernized hats, such as lace hats or even leather hats.
As anyone who reads my blog can tell, I've always been a fan of colored hair, especially purple hair since that's what I'm currently loving. There's always been a select group of people that have worn colored hair, but I think that the love for colored hair is rapidly expanding. I predict that it will continue to grow until colored hair is more accepted in the workspace than it currently is, a day that I can't wait for.
Dark lipstick has always been for the more goth people that wear all dark colors, but the market for dark lips is growing. I've seen more and more people pulling out the deep purple and navy hues for the new year. Eyes have dominated the face for years, and I think that lips are finally going to have their time to shine in the 2015.
Layered hair has been around forever, but a vast amount of people are still terrified of taking off so much length. I currently have layers up to my ears and my longest layers down far past my shoulders, and I've started seeing much more of this recently. People have become more and more bold in recent years, and I think this is an example of just how much style really is evolving.