2019 will be remembered by a significant shift in fashion styles. And as the year progressed, we saw many different approaches to fashion from minimal to camp and from 90s style to futuristic. However, to wrap up the year, let’s take a look at the most searched styles of 2019.
1. Camp Style
The camp-style was the theme of this year’s Met Gala, and we got to see the stars dressed up in all kinds of extravagant and over the top outfits. There are many definitions of camp, and many people perceive it differently, but in general, camp defines exaggerated, kitschy, ironic, and extravagant fashion.
2. Egirl Style
Egirl is a new aesthetic and internet culture. The name stems from the letter ‘e,’ which stands for electronic and ‘girl.’ This style grabbed the attention of many people as a new form of digital subculture.
3. Eboy Style
Eboy style is defined as a match to egirl style. It is an emo inspired style, where boys wear black nail polish, chains, black clothes, and beanies and have a widespread online presence.
4. Steampunk Style
Steampunk has been around for a while. It is a movement in science fiction and is defined as a mixture of the Victorian era and elements from the European Industrial revolution.
5. Harajuku Style
Harajuku is an alternative fashion style that has been around since the 1980s and is named after the neighborhood in Tokyo. Harajuku style represents the rebellion of people who don’t want to fit the norm and see fashion as fun.
6. Preppy Style
The preppy style is often associated with the dress code of universities and the upper class. It features neutral colors and classic apparel.
7 Yankii Style
Yankii is a Japanese style that’s perceived as a rebellion from younger generations against the class distinctions. It is still trendy today.
8. Vintage Style
Vintage can refer to many different styles of eras in the past. With the rise of shopping more sustainably, more people buy second hand and turn to classic vintage pieces.
9. VSCO Girl Style
VSCO girl was a quite popular look in 2019. It was worn mostly by teenage girls, and the telltale signs of VSCO girl aesthetic were oversized tops, scrunchies, Hydro Flasks, and Puka shell necklaces.
10. Emo Style
Emo looks were back in style this year with a new twist. This style is defined by dark, mostly black clothes, grungy and messy black liner around the eyes and emotional expression.