Fashion Editor revealed 9 trends to buy in 2022

Fashion Editor revealed 9 trends to buy in 2022

19.04.2022 Off By manager_1

woman in yellow and white checked skirt

Although the end of 2021 came faster than we thought it would, this only means that we have a fresh start in a new year with many fresh trends to look forward too. We don’t know what TV shows will become Bridgerton or Squid Game. But we do know what coffee flavor we’ll be using in 2022. These are the nine trends that we saw on the spring 2022 runways. We think they can be easily translatable to everyday wear so you can start experimenting with them right now.


In 2022, all these lovely yellow hues, including buttercup, honey and banana, will be big. This trend can be customized to suit your personal style. You can experiment with different colors to find the best match. However, a rule of thumb states that warmer undertones go well with warmer shades (such as honey or butterscotch), while cooler undertones will work well with cooler shades (such as lemon).

Shop the trend:

  • The Vici Collection top ($52)
  • Set of L I VD top and pants ($82)
  • J.Crew pants ($118)
  • Banana Republic pants ($149)
  • Alex Mill sweater ($165)


Cher Horowitz would be proud. We recommend that you use the Clueless hero as an inspiration, rather than Heathers. Modern versions of this trend have padded shoulders and double breast buttons. They are worn open over a bodysuit or fitted top, and slimming mini skirts that are more pencil-shaped. Accessorize with lug sole booties, a chain necklace or baroque pearls.

Shop the trend:

  • The Missguided jacket ($66) and skirt ($42)
  • Vero Moda jacket (89) and skirt (59)
  • J.Crew skirt ($148) and blazer ($268)
  • Maje blazer ($525) and skirt ($340)


We are obsessed with high-shine for the day, friends. As many people felt more comfortable going out, there were signs that this trend was returning. We predict that celebratory vibes in 2022 will continue to rise.

Shop the trend:

  • ASOS top ($26)
  • Halogen skirt ($79)
  • Open Edit pants ($89) and blazer ($98)
  • Vince Camuto top ($99)
  • ASOS pants ($121)


These are not corsets, or lingerie-as -daywear. Tops made from structured fabrics and with seams down the torso and along the bust are inspired by the waist-defining undergarment. This trend can be worn with mini skirts or low-rise jeans to amp up its sexiness, or a corset top with matching trousers that looks almost like a suit. If you prefer a casual look, layer a plain white shirt underneath.

Shop the trend:

  • Cider ($12)
  • Jaded Rose ($50)
  • Superdown ($54)
  • Free People ($78)
  • Reformation ($148)
  • NBD ($158)
  • Miaou ($249)

5. MORE Y2K Love

The love-fest of the early 2000s is not over. Many spring runways showcased even more scarf tops and low-rise jeans, as well as butterfly everything. If you haven’t yet jumped on board, it’s a great time to. Monroe Steele, a Coterie member, is a fan of Monroe Steele’s denim on denim take on two Y2K favorite pieces (which feels like a nod towards Britney or Destiny’s Child on the red carpet). Her minimalist accessories make the ensemble look more sophisticated and chic than bubblegum pink or patterned pants.

Shop the trend:

  • The Cider top ($22)
  • H&M jeans ($30)
  • American Eagle jeans ($40)
  • Top 8 Other Reasons ($44)
  • Musier Paris top ($132)
  • Frame jeans ($225)


We couldn’t scroll Instagram this summer without seeing many bloggers wearing either flowy frocks that have cutouts at their waists or slim-fit tops featuring peekaboo necklines. Simone Biles was one of the first to adopt this trend. As we move into 2022, the popularity of flashes will continue to rise. While the styles of last year will be popular, expect to see more asymmetrical cuts, intricate layering or weaving detailing, as well as simple keyholes.


Spring 2022 is all in the clashing of bold color combinations, including magenta and forest, cherry red and hot pink, bright yellow, violet purple, and cherry and cherry red. It is best to wear solid colors to avoid looking dark. It is best to keep your accessories simple.

Shop the trend:

  • The ASOS sweater ($36)
  • Stradivarius blazer ($60)
  • Susana Monaco bodysuit ($168)
  • Camila Coelho pants ($188)
  • AS by DF pants ($416)


We are loving the trend of shorter hemlines. You can make this trend work for your style, whether you’re looking for a sporty tennis skirt, a sleek leather mini, or a flowing mini tent dress. If you don’t want to show too much leg, consider adding a pair logo- or polka dots tights for extra coverage.

Shop the trend:

  • J.Crew Factory ($50)
  • Madewell ($80)
  • L’Academie ($158)
  • Ted Baker London ($194)
  • La Ligne ($295)


In early 2020, fringe was predicted to be the biggest trend of the year. We all know the outcome. It has survived and will be back in spring 2022 for another attempt, but this time it will have a more western-glam twist. The latest approach to trimming is to combine both the traditional and modern aesthetics. A white leather trucker jacket with a matching fringe around the top, or a pencil skirt with fringe at the hem.

Shop the trend:

  • Lulus pants ($54)
  • Rails top ($218)
  • Nanushka top ($375)
  • The Understated Leather Jacket ($493)