The Trends Fashion Bloggers are Saying Goodbye to in 2016

Fashion resolutions are fun—it’s an easy way to challenge yourself to try something new (and if you don’t stick to it, NBD) and they give you an opportunity to decide on your wardrobe goals for the year. The Huffington Post Australia asked some of Australia’s top fashion bloggers what trends they think should stay back in 2015. Keep scrolling to see what they had to say! 

Laurie Young — The Rue Collective


Helen Driscoll of Boho Tailor for The Rue Collective

“The crop top. We'll be showing less skin in 2016 and our new focus is the blouse, in all shapes and sizes—high necks, bell sleeves and ruffles.” —Laurie Young

Sara Donaldson — Harper & Harley


Caroline McCredie for Harper & Harley

“I love marble, but when you put a marble print on everything, it’s time to say goodbye.”—Sara Donaldson

Jasmin Howell — Friend In Fashion


Street Smith

“It’s all about retiring the all-day active wear. Perfect for the gym but that's where it starts and ends in 2016—swap the trainers for a Céline slide, and the tights for denim or leather.”—Jasmin Howell

To find out what other fashion bloggers are leaving behind in 2016, head over to Huffington Post Australia.

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